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135 eh? is that a special number? biggrin.gif
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135 eh? is that a special number? biggrin.gif

Lot of the threads I've been reading about the C6H use 135-145 as a starting point if you drop down to PCIe 2.0.
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Just installed my K7 board. No issues so far, all is well. Anyone care to share any tips and tricks?
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post #634 of 1625
Hi guys,

I am new to your forum so please excuse me if am doing something wrong smile.gif

My setup looks like this:



Gigabyte GA-AX370 GamingK7
AMD Ryzen 1800X @ stock
F4-3200C14D-16GTZR, Trident Z RGB
Corsair H110i GT
RM850i

I am currently running on stock but I would like to overclock my CPU to 3,9/4.0 if possible.
Bevore starting this I just did a little stress test on stock with Prime95 (Small FFTs) and noticed that the CPU goes up to 75° and the CPU starts throttling.



Is this normal? I thought my cooler should be able to handle the CPU without any problems. Does overclocking make any sense if I am already facing issues on stock?
Anything else I should test?

By the way:
Is there any good guide that covers overclocking with the K7 + 1800X? (Best bios settings etc.)

Thanks a lot and have a great weekend!
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I read that Gigabyte x370 gaming 5 and K7 have problem with audio buzzing noise on headphones that are connected to front panel. Is that BIOS problem or what?
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I read that Gigabyte x370 gaming 5 and K7 have problem with audio buzzing noise on headphones that are connected to front panel. Is that BIOS problem or what?

I can confirm that my headphones have a slight buzz when plugged into the front panel... I think though, it has more to do with poor cabling or un-shielded cables coming off the front header inside the case than anything else (at least that is my take on it)... I will say the buzz is slight, and wasn't a huge issue when I was playing, but to be fair, I only used the front port for a little bit in order to test that everything was working.
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I can confirm that my headphones have a slight buzz when plugged into the front panel... I think though, it has more to do with poor cabling or un-shielded cables coming off the front header inside the case than anything else (at least that is my take on it)... I will say the buzz is slight, and wasn't a huge issue when I was playing, but to be fair, I only used the front port for a little bit in order to test that everything was working.

So as far as I saw it many users of G5 or K7 have this problem. Probably a hardware problem, BIOS can`t fix it?!? With this G5 is out of the game, now I really doesn`t know which mbo to buy mad.gif
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I can confirm that my headphones have a slight buzz when plugged into the front panel... I think though, it has more to do with poor cabling or un-shielded cables coming off the front header inside the case than anything else (at least that is my take on it)... I will say the buzz is slight, and wasn't a huge issue when I was playing, but to be fair, I only used the front port for a little bit in order to test that everything was working.

Can confirm the same issue... Wondering if there's any suggestions for a fix?
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Offset works.

Set Vcore to Normal
Set Vcore Dynamic Offset
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CNQ does not work past CPU Frequency over Turbo frequency.

Yea Ima need you to dumb this to ELI5

I set vcore to normal OK.
I set VCORE to dynamic (1.387) it doesn't work. Since its an offset do i set it to the default (1.255v) - the difference between that and 1.387v? The difference being the offset value of 0.132V.
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Can confirm the same issue... Wondering if there's any suggestions for a fix?

Probably a hardware problem, no fix. On redddit couple of them have the same problem, nobody has`t fixed it. Is the situation different with B350? I think that only gigabyte mbo with dual audio have this problem.
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