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After an evening of gaming, I can say turning on hot plug on the sata drives fixed the RAID error's and game crashes in Windows.
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lol 1k pages in a month
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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.
that's been my take with the high pch temperature complaints as well. mine runs fairly cool. max i've seen it has been 48c but i also have fantastic air flow. two 140mm fans mounted on the bottom of my case blowing cool air straight up the bottom half of the motherboard all the way to the fans on my gpu. along with one 140mm mounted in the front of my case that covers the back of the gpu and the sata ports / pch area.

if you have pretty mediocre or near existent air flow, like a case with one small, slow < 1500 rpm fan in the front that sorta blows air towards that area with a two - three slot open air (dual / tri fan setup) gpu like a 1070, i could see the pch getting quite toasty. all that hot air blowing out of the gpu gets blown onto the motherboard, and with little air flow, gets trapped heating everything up.
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
2x Western Digital Black 2TB 2x 512GB Samsung 850 Pro 1x 512GB Samsung 950 Pro Noctua NH-D15S + 2x Corsair ML120's 
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Windows 10 Education Dell S2417DG Ducky One White & Grey - Cherry Reds Evga Supernova G3 750 
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I'm only only at 250 pages tonguesmiley.gif

But then again I've set it to 40 replies per page.
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Originally Posted by CeltPC View Post

Are you controlling your fans via bios or Corsair Link? I replaced the stock fans on the H110i GT as well, in my instance, I went with Noiseblocker ELoop fans which cost even a bit more than Noctua.

Running the 1700 overclocked I can still have low fan speeds, decent temps, and what I think is low noise. MUCH quieter than the Corsair fans.
Not sure a comparison of the stock Corsair 140mm fans ($5) to the Noctua 140mm fans ($27) or Noiseblocker Eloop fans is very valid. The bundled fans are the minimum quality you get at the Corsair AIO price point.

I just put in a H110i and the very next day I replaced them with the Noctua NF-A14 IPPC 2000 PWM fans. The stock Corsair fans rattled so badly on startup that I thought it would vibrate all the case screws out of the chassis. My stock Corsair 120mm fans on my old H100iV2 proceeded to spray bearing oil all over the chassis the first time I turned it on. The Noctua fans are so much better a product. You DO get what you pay for generally.
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Originally Posted by Keith Myers View Post

Not sure a comparison of the stock Corsair 140mm fans ($5) to the Noctua 140mm fans ($27) or Noiseblocker Eloop fans is very valid. The bundled fans are the minimum quality you get at the Corsair AIO price point.

I just put in a H110i and the very next day I replaced them with the Noctua NF-A14 IPPC 2000 PWM fans. The stock Corsair fans rattled so badly on startup that I thought it would vibrate all the case screws out of the chassis. My stock Corsair 120mm fans on my old H100iV2 proceeded to spray bearing oil all over the chassis the first time I turned it on. The Noctua fans are so much better a product. You DO get what you pay for generally.

They are all fans, so the pointing out differences in performance is what I would call valid.
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My god does this board have a long post or what? I'm staring at the press f2 or delete to enter uefi creen for about 15 seconds with fastboot. Is there a fix for this? My old Asrock board would boot to desktop in as much time as I'm taking to finishing posting with this board. mad.gif
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Does anyone know that Dual Rank RAM will get update to support above 2667MHz or not?
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