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Originally Posted by finalheaven View Post

Figured it was the motherboard chip. Bottom right side.

so the X370 chipset?
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

so the X370 chipset?

Yes, I believe so.
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Yes, I believe so.

Aha! looks like our oversize video cards extend right over it (unless you're waterblocking maybe.....). Probably is GPU blowing hot air on it lol.

I have bottom intake fans so that probably counters a lot of the heat coming from the GPU. or, my video card does a good job of not blowing air over the MB in general.

Its pretty funny how those nice lights from the chipset cover are lost on my rig. I never even noticed until now.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/18/17 at 5:58pm
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Originally Posted by Kildar View Post

Same here for me...... Back to 1002....

We need 1.0.0.5 to land I think.
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

Can't you make a custom curve in fan profile?
That's not really a solution. The maximum temperature is 75C, so if the CPU hits that target all your fans will suddenly run at full speed.
When that's really only 55C, it seems unreasonable.

While we're on the subject of fans, I'm disappointed that the minimum PWM value was raised in this recent update.
Also: the front fans in my case have a minimum rotational speed of 800 RPM, while the highest warning value is 600 RPM.

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Originally Posted by noko59 View Post

That would be what I would expect but rendering 120 frame animation now in Modo at 99% cpu usage while doing other stuff. Aida stable as well. Unless AISuite3 is the ultimate stress test for memory or something I have not a clue why all of a sudden it just did not want to work any more.
I did try reinstalling AISuite3 and it did the same thing. What gives? I do not know.
Are our machines degrading that fast in front of us? I hope not.
I'm not saying it isn't the ASUS software, but those are CPU stress tests, not memory testers.
You have to be able to store and retrieve correct values from memory 100% of the time.
While memory errors can affect stability, they do not always result in a complete system crash.

If you were using ECC memory on a validated/supported platform, the system would halt when it detects multi-bit errors.
As I understand it Ryzen currently works with ECC memory, will correct single-bit errors and can detect multi-bit errors, but Windows 10 needs updated to properly halt on multi-bit errors.
I think that's unlikely to happen though, since it's not a server OS - which is a shame.
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OMG windows is trying to push this crazy creators update on me now just like they did when i was using windows 7 !!!
I'd rather not if at all possible... suddenly everything i had stable will be 8 coding and BSOD'ing... nope...
If it crashes when you update the OS, it was never stable to begin with.
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That's not really a solution. The maximum temperature is 75C, so if the CPU hits that target all your fans will suddenly run at full speed.
When that's really only 55C, it seems unreasonable.

While we're on the subject of fans, I'm disappointed that the minimum PWM value was raised in this recent update.
Also: the front fans in my case have a minimum rotational speed of 800 RPM, while the highest warning value is 600 RPM.
I'm not saying it isn't the ASUS software, but those are CPU stress tests, not memory testers.
You have to be able to store and retrieve correct values from memory 100% of the time.
While memory errors can affect stability, they do not always result in a complete system crash.

If you were using ECC memory on a validated/supported platform, the system would halt when it detects multi-bit errors.
As I understand it Ryzen currently works with ECC memory, will correct single-bit errors and can detect multi-bit errors, but Windows 10 needs updated to properly halt on multi-bit errors.
I think that's unlikely to happen though, since it's not a server OS - which is a shame.

If it crashes when you update the OS, it was never stable to begin with.

I can't agree with when it comes to windows and their updates. We have people crashing with stock settings thanks to creator update.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/18/17 at 6:06pm
post #9987 of 17495
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I can't agree with when it comes to windows and their updates. We have people crashing with stock settings thanks to creator update.
I've only ever used Win 10 CU on this PC and it's completely stable.
post #9988 of 17495
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I've only ever used Win 10 CU on this PC and it's completely stable.

And that probably has to do with it not being an "update" for you.

From a clean install its probably fine, but doing it the update way has commonly yielded negative effects probably caused by it not agreeing with programs and drivers already installed when you update.

And, I dont feel like clean installing just yet or dealing with the highly likely wonky update issues.
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Since I am still experimenting with my C6H with R7 1800x and RX 480 I decided to give CU a try and updated and everything seems fine. That was Saturday and I have not noticed anything different except there are a lot of privacy options that are grayed out. I will be doing more with the OS when I have time. Overclocking has not been any different. All my settings and programs and data are still intact.

YMMV.
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Honeslty i expect problem after problem, because my current windows 10 install is an update from windows 7 already, and even that came with problems. Not to mention PC build migration.
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