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F3 the latest non-beta BIOS. BTW, you should have gotten CL14 RAM for dat 3200Mhz goodness. Oh wellz. Hopefully the next couple of BIOS updates helps you get there.


Yep but money was the issue there they cost 180$frown.gif I already went over my budget that i was going to spend in the first place lol..


But glad they do 2933 instead of being stuck at 2133 lol


Yea hopefully they release more which im sure they will.
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Nice one!

2933 is good. It may also be a chip limit. So I think you are fine there.
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Has anyone bought any light strips for the bHas anyone bought any light strips for the board yet? I'd like to use both of the RGB headers on the board yet? I'd like to use both of the RGB headers on the board.
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Has anyone bought any light strips for the bHas anyone bought any light strips for the board yet? I'd like to use both of the RGB headers on the board yet? I'd like to use both of the RGB headers on the board.
I've thought about purchasing a RGBW LED strip. Not sure which ones are great though.
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Nearly any strip that is 12v will work, even those 5M rolls you can purchase on eBay or from places like Banggood. I am actually planning on using the Banggood (already owned) version since I can basically custom size it to what I need exactly for the case. You can cut these strips every third pair of LEDs. Please note that the cheaper ones like this will alternate the white LEDs with the RGB LEDs on a single wide strip. More expensive ones might actually have two rows of LEDs with a white and RGB one below the other.
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I've thought about purchasing a RGBW LED strip. Not sure which ones are great though.
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Nearly any strip that is 12v will work, even those 5M rolls you can purchase on eBay or from places like Banggood. I am actually planning on using the Banggood (already owned) version since I can basically custom size it to what I need exactly for the case. You can cut these strips every third pair of LEDs. Please note that the cheaper ones like this will alternate the white LEDs with the RGB LEDs on a single wide strip. More expensive ones might actually have two rows of LEDs with a white and RGB one below the other.
I need one of those. Do these strips usually leave glue residue after removal?
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The eBay and other Chinese ones all seem to claim to use some sort of 3M adhesive sheets. I have placed them and removed them. They all seem to lose all effective tackiness after the first removal. But if you place them on there correctly and don't pull them off they won't just fall off.

The adhesive does not appear to be strong enough to leave any residue behind.

If you really want the double row strips you may need to look at something like this from Amazon, They are usually more money and require a small modification to the wiring as the pad spacing is a bit wider.
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I need one of those. Do these strips usually leave glue residue after removal?

There are some strips that use some sort of combo LED that contain both white and RGB elements in a single package. the advantage is that connectors are more standard and easier to find, the disadvantage is that light output is reduced slightly since the elements are smaller. You obviously know the advantage of using RGBW over RGB when you want white lighting our you wouldn't be asking about RGBW specifically.

Please note that the non-waterproof version are a bit more flexible than any of the waterproof ones.
Edited by WheresWally - 4/27/17 at 8:35am
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F3 the latest non-beta BIOS. BTW, you should have gotten CL14 RAM for dat 3200Mhz goodness. Oh wellz. Hopefully the next couple of BIOS updates helps you get there.

 

Do 3.9GHz overclocks still hold up on the Ryzen 1700? I think I read somewhere that it didn't? Now I can't remember what I read, but I was holding off on updating my BIOS until they said it specifically addressed RAM compatibility issues like the updates for the Gaming 5 does.

 

Occasionally my 2666MHz RAM will revert to 2133MHz on reboots or cold starts, but as long as I catch the elongated boot up in time and go into the BIOS and Save and Exit, it's fine. So I guess I can wait. I also don't want to use the optional BIOS, I'm only working with one at a time.


Edited by ThaWatcher - 4/27/17 at 9:04am
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Do 3.9GHz overclocks still hold up on the Ryzen 1700? I think I read somewhere that it didn't? Now I can't remember what I read, but I was holding off on updating my BIOS until they said it specifically addressed RAM compatibility issues like the updates for the Gaming 5 does.

Occasionally my 2666MHz RAM will revert to 2133MHz on reboots or cold starts, but as long as I catch the elongated boot up in time and go into the BIOS and Save and Exit, it's fine. So I guess I can wait. I also don't want to use the optional BIOS, I'm only working with one at a time.

I'm running the 1700 with a 4.0ghz overclock and 32gb of 3200mhz CL14 ram.
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I'm running the 1700 with a 4.0ghz overclock and 32gb of 3200mhz CL14 ram.

 

So what voltage are you at with 4GHz? Any tricks?

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