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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.

Thanks for the tip, will give it a go.
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Who would've thought?
post #723 of 1625
Well, damn! Great looking results. thumb.gif
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1700X was able to hold it's ground despite all the handicap. thumb.gif

Heaven and Valley favors the obvious.
post #725 of 1625
Fellow users with front audio crackling, do you find it hard to connect your front audio connector to the motherboard's header? In my case my front panel connector feels unfit while I'm connecting it. It's almost like the front panel header is not up to standard measurements. When I connect the front panel to my external sound card, it goes in like one click and you can tell it went in as much as possible. However, front panel header on the motherboard always feels loose.

I think this may be playing part in the crackling audio issues.
post #726 of 1625
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Fellow users with front audio crackling, do you find it hard to connect your front audio connector to the motherboard's header? In my case my front panel connector feels unfit while I'm connecting it. It's almost like the front panel header is not up to standard measurements. When I connect the front panel to my external sound card, it goes in like one click and you can tell it went in as much as possible. However, front panel header on the motherboard always feels loose.

I think this may be playing part in the crackling audio issues.

Never had trouble with audio since day 1. My fp audio cable is snug and fit as it should be.
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post #727 of 1625
So a colleague of mine got the 1800x delivered yesterday from Amazon which currently has them marked down to $469 ($30 off). His board hasn't come yet so he brought it over last night and we did some bench marking. It couldn't do anything. Anything over 3.9 would just black screen. At 4.0, It would fail cinebench almost immediately and restart windows. It couldn't run my memory over 2133. Anything we tried it just wouldn't do it stable. 1800x are supposed to be binned to be the best of the best. This is certainly not true whatsoever.

The point is nothing changed in my setup. On my chip I can run 4.0 Ghz in multi-hour long stress tests with memory at 3200 and not even a hiccup. Literally nothing changed but the CPU itself. I followed the Mus1mus guide just like I did for my own chip.

Granted my 1700x came from Silicon Lottery with the ability to run 4.0. I bought mine for $389 at the time he had a sale but my chip has no issues hitting 4.1 - I just don't like the heat for long term use. I paid for 4Ghz but it can run 4.1 which was a solid deal in my opinion. My colleague was rather pissed so he is doing a return on it today with Amazon and ordering from Silicon Lottery when they are back in stock. So for those of you out there that just can't get past 2933 on your memory it might not be your memory at all. It could very well be your CPU.

And before you ask - NO I don't have any affiliation with Silicon Lottery - this is actually the first time I used them myself. But I can tell you from now on it's the only place I'll order from as they take the guess work out and you get what you pay for.
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I forgot to mention that I got the custom shroud from Savant PC online. I told him I wanted the Fractal Design C bend on the shroud and he matched it pretty well for me.
How did you get the graphics card to mount that way lol I've been trying to find something about it anywhere.
    
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post #729 of 1625
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How did you get the graphics card to mount that way lol I've been trying to find something about it anywhere.

I am using a real vertical bracket. If you Google - cooler master vertical graphic card holder

You will find the one I am using. It's like $20 bucks. Unfortunately, the US store has been out of stock for 3 months. I REALLY wanted one badly so I ordered from the EU store and paid the extra 20 bucks for shipping. It got to me in about 7 or 8 days and its worth it to me as it looks better in person than I imagined. Plus the vertical mount insures my 960 evo stays cool and away from the GPU.
post #730 of 1625
Here's my build with the K7! biggrin.gif
https://youtu.be/LRlfP7CYG-4
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