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post #711 of 1585
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Originally Posted by SteelBox View Post

Regarding audio buzzing on front panel, 10 days ago Gigabyte representative was on reddit and he answered almost on all question but not on this one (screenshot) thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif




https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/60p4rt/gigabyte_ax370_gaming_5_users_do_you_have_any/

https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/628p0n/so_do_you_like_your_onboard_audio/

https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/61mv95/aorus_ax370_gaming_5_owners_any_issues_strange/

Too many situation like this just to be a bad front audio cable problem.

I am also trying to get answers from Gigabyte in their official forums, but no luck so far:

http://forum.gigabyte.us/thread/855/gigabyte-aware-issues-haunting-gaming

http://forum.giga-byte.co.uk/index.php?topic=18335.0

http://forum.gigabyte.us/thread/1000/front-audio-issues-demand-answer
post #712 of 1585
I might share a note I had with Audio on my Gaming 3 board that has the same ALC1220.

I had crackle or noise, more like crackle sparkles. Like when you gain way too much and things crackle. Problem solved itself as I noticed I had a cable plugged into the "line in" jack and set to "line in" but it was actually a speaker.
I just re-assigned the jack in software to be "line out" front speakers as it should have been and the audio noise vanished.

I think the audio issues are with the line inputs on the chips taking "noise" from the air and recording it to cause interference of sorts. Or rather they just being in "line in" mode makes them cause trouble when nothing actual 'line input thingy' is plugged in.
    
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post #713 of 1585
Sorry for my noob question, but i have doubt which slots Can i use for 2 sticks of ddr4, it's one on channel a and one on channel b, or on the same channel A on the right side. Thanks
Edited by Salva52 - 4/19/17 at 11:44am
post #714 of 1585
It's one slot apart. Start from the slot near the 24-pin power.

Ignore my previous recommendation.
post #715 of 1585
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Originally Posted by webhead View Post

Mind sharing what your final bios settings are? Also what CPU cooler are you using?

I am using the EVGA 280mm CLC AIO. I just got the bracket from them a couple days ago. I used to be a Kraken fan but NZXT is about as bad as Thermalfake when it comes to software and customer service. EVGA happens to be on top of service so I switched. In terms of the Bios settings, I was really really close to Mus1mus numbers in his guide. Obviously every board/cpu is different but I followed his guide exactly. The only difference is I used both F3 and F3d and liked F3 better.
post #716 of 1585
Anyone else having the problem of the CPU not downclocking?

Bios is optimzed defaults, with only the multiplier and voltage changed. The CPU will stick at whatever speed the multiplier is set to but won't downclock like it normally does at stock settings.

I am stuck at 3900ghz 24/7.

Is this intended or is there a fix for this?
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post #718 of 1585
Can someone explain me how the different levels of LLC work ? I couldn't find anything official in the manual.
post #719 of 1585
So started to run into a few issues.

I now get a ROM Image not loaded on every start up. Takes me into the BIOS instead of windows, I have to do a boot override to get into windows. Happens every restart/ startup.

Alongside this I tired to revisit overclocking. Ryzen master utility does not change the clock speed.
Tried the same in the BIOS, no change in clock speed. CPU-Z and Ryzen master report 3.7GHz instead of the 3.9 set in BIOS.

Edit: Before the ROM Image Not Loaded error I did try OCing and was able to change the clock speed just fine.

Regards,
post #720 of 1585
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Originally Posted by Henry E2180 View Post

So started to run into a few issues.

I now get a ROM Image not loaded on every start up. Takes me into the BIOS instead of windows, I have to do a boot override to get into windows. Happens every restart/ startup.

Alongside this I tired to revisit overclocking. Ryzen master utility does not change the clock speed.
Tried the same in the BIOS, no change in clock speed. CPU-Z and Ryzen master report 3.7GHz instead of the 3.9 set in BIOS.

Edit: Before the ROM Image Not Loaded error I did try OCing and was able to change the clock speed just fine.

Regards,


Had the same issue.
For me the only recovery was:
1. Flash back to F2 BIOS
2. Flash F3 BIOS
3. Set your BIOS paramters

Just re-flashing F3 while on F3 did not work.
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