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Someone an idea why the voltage for core # 1 is much lower than that of the other cores? Maybe board or cpu broken?


Edited by DCR81 - 4/12/17 at 11:25am
post #502 of 1592
For some reason, i cant get my memory past 2133 MHz. Its driving me nuts!
post #503 of 1592
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For some reason, i cant get my memory past 2133 MHz. Its driving me nuts!

Me too. I have no idea how to fix it and a lot of other people don't seem to have the problem
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post #504 of 1592
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Me too. I have no idea how to fix it and a lot of other people don't seem to have the problem

What mems do you have?

I am using Geil EVO X.

No mather and i do, it always stays at 2133 MHz. It doesnt assume any value regarding memory.
post #505 of 1592
What's the XMP?

I have tested D-Dies, Double sided Hynix in Ripjaws trim, 4 sticks B-Dies, and 4-stick Microns. The hardest one to dial is the Hynix. 2400 XMP works though.
post #506 of 1592
Hey all! Finally, I can now contribute (?) or maybe can get answers here now hehe.

After a bit of crazy fiasco with flashing bios, I can now safely (?) say that I'm running on bios F3 from the support page.
System is:
Noctua's NH-D15
1700x
x370 Gaming K7
2x8gb G.Skill Trident Z 3200 mhz (F4-320016C-8GTZSK)


I'm currently running things at stock, but have just turned on XMP to make my rams go 3200mhz..
Sooooooo which app does show the right temps?

Here is from Ryzen Master:



And here from HWinfo:




Among the gigabyte utilities on the mobo support page what did you guys get?
What software can we use to modify or fine tune fan profiles within windows
Did you also install those Creative drivers and realtek ones?


Sorry for alot of questions been silently backreading the thread.

Thanks all !!
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post #507 of 1592
Guys, when you take screenshots regarding temps, open several apps to verify which is which. Screen shots from different apps running at different times can be a bit tricky.
post #508 of 1592
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What mems do you have?

I am using Geil EVO X.

No mather and i do, it always stays at 2133 MHz. It doesnt assume any value regarding memory.

I have G-Skill Trident-Z 3000, with Hynix chips. 4x16GB.
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Guys, when you take screenshots regarding temps, open several apps to verify which is which. Screen shots from different apps running at different times can be a bit tricky.

Heh noted, thanks about the help!

I'm now trying for stability and is running prime95.

BUT there is something.....

What does that mean? I have a bad setting in oc somewhere?


All of the OC is done via bios
CPU Multi 38
Vcore 1.3
VSoc 1.1
XMP is On

everything else is default/auto.
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What's the XMP?

I have tested D-Dies, Double sided Hynix in Ripjaws trim, 4 sticks B-Dies, and 4-stick Microns. The hardest one to dial is the Hynix. 2400 XMP works though.

What do you mean by "hardest one to dial"? What happens when you select a speed above 2400?
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