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So I was planning to get the B350 Gaming 3 from Gigabyte together with an R7 1700 because it has the best sound chip of all B350 board and all other features seem sufficient as well. Are there any downsides to this board in terms of quality, temperatures and overclocking? I read somewhere that vrm cooling under full load is problematic if you try to overclock. Anyone noticed this?

3.8ghz and no issues with a 1600
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post #82 of 156
hello all, current running an Aorus Setup

Ryzen 5 1600 @ stock at the mo
Aorus X370 Gaming K5
Corsair 16GB LXP 3000Mhz
2x Aorus RX 580 XTR

Had one of the First Retail Builds of Win 10 Pro... jesus it didn't like Ryzen at all! Had to force it to latest windows build 1705 - or the update after Creators Builds which has some issues but least it works!

Corsair ram isn't on the support list but XMP works just fine! thank god but yet to try with overclocks

XTR runs a dream although latest version of Windows doesn't like Gigabytes OC software and most benches will crash the PC on any benchmark.

Screen goes black, aorus logo flashes and fans ramp up to 100%, but works fine using AMD WATTMAN, software was working with Win 10 Anniversary build =(

hoping to stretch the 1600 legs along with the XTR and see what they can bench up to biggrin.gif
1600 sits at 30c idle and 63c max with GPU benchmarks using Corsair H100- AIO upgrade coming soon

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post #83 of 156
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3.8ghz and no issues with a 1600

VRM temp in load? Voltage?
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post #84 of 156
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Happened to me a couple of nights ago.

All I did to bring it back was:

* Pull the power cable
* Remove CMOS battery
* Wait 10-15 minutes
* Put them back in.

Alright found myself with a "bricked" GA-AB350-Gaming 3, no power what so ever as I came home from work.
Computer had been shutdown for about 18hours, with my mouse charging it's battery from front usb 2.0 ports. Never had left anything to charge off the computer when shutdown before.

As I had noted this thing happening reading forums I knew the "procedure". Opened the case, pulled power and removed the battery and then went on to press down the power button to drain the remaining energy what might have been left. Did a cmos clear and then put back the battery and put back the power plug and instantly I notice my external usb hdd powers up. thumb.gif
A good sign.

I go to test the power button and computer boots up without issue. Took maybe 5 minutes.
Though bios was reset so I had to do some quick changes there.

Seems this isn't isolated to one board but happening across many of the AM4 gigabyte motherboards.
    
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Alright found myself with a "bricked" GA-AB350-Gaming 3, no power what so ever as I came home from work.
Computer had been shutdown for about 18hours, with my mouse charging it's battery from front usb 2.0 ports. Never had left anything to charge off the computer when shutdown before.

As I had noted this thing happening reading forums I knew the "procedure". Opened the case, pulled power and removed the battery and then went on to press down the power button to drain the remaining energy what might have been left. Did a cmos clear and then put back the battery and put back the power plug and instantly I notice my external usb hdd powers up. thumb.gif
A good sign.

I go to test the power button and computer boots up without issue. Took maybe 5 minutes.
Though bios was reset so I had to do some quick changes there.

Seems this isn't isolated to one board but happening across many of the AM4 gigabyte motherboards.

As far as I read this is the problem only on Gigabyte boards. Will gigabyte fixed this with BIOS update? I haven`t heard word from them about this problem.
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Originally Posted by Nighthog View Post

Alright found myself with a "bricked" GA-AB350-Gaming 3, no power what so ever as I came home from work.
Computer had been shutdown for about 18hours, with my mouse charging it's battery from front usb 2.0 ports. Never had left anything to charge off the computer when shutdown before.

As I had noted this thing happening reading forums I knew the "procedure". Opened the case, pulled power and removed the battery and then went on to press down the power button to drain the remaining energy what might have been left. Did a cmos clear and then put back the battery and put back the power plug and instantly I notice my external usb hdd powers up. thumb.gif
A good sign.

I go to test the power button and computer boots up without issue. Took maybe 5 minutes.
Though bios was reset so I had to do some quick changes there.

Seems this isn't isolated to one board but happening across many of the AM4 gigabyte motherboards.

Yup, I've had it 3 times with my Gaming 5.

Do you know if you were using HwINFO64? One user suggested it may be due to that doing something not correct for Ryzen CPUs, so I've disabled it, and haven't had it happen since. (Though I am not convinced that was it- It seems fairly random, and hasn't been long enough off it to say for sure.)
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Alright found myself with a "bricked" GA-AB350-Gaming 3, no power what so ever as I came home from work.
Computer had been shutdown for about 18hours, with my mouse charging it's battery from front usb 2.0 ports. Never had left anything to charge off the computer when shutdown before.

As I had noted this thing happening reading forums I knew the "procedure". Opened the case, pulled power and removed the battery and then went on to press down the power button to drain the remaining energy what might have been left. Did a cmos clear and then put back the battery and put back the power plug and instantly I notice my external usb hdd powers up. thumb.gif
A good sign.

I go to test the power button and computer boots up without issue. Took maybe 5 minutes.
Though bios was reset so I had to do some quick changes there.

Seems this isn't isolated to one board but happening across many of the AM4 gigabyte motherboards.

Interesting discovery. If I remember correctly my g900 was charging from one of the rear USB ports while I was gone the weekend I thought the motherboard bricked itself. Fixed with a the same procedure as well.
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post #89 of 156
Wow, seriously wow....

I just had a Gigabyte "technical support" employee tell me I should set my bios options to default because my 1700 is not unlocked, and will not function properly when changing the bios settings. I've never felt so insulted in my life.

This was all in regards to their bios not functioning with power savings features while using whole number multipliers and DVID; x.25, x.5, and x.75 multis will let your clock/voltage drop based on windows loads while whole number multipliers won't. It even gives off a windows error in event viewer saying that powersaving features are disabled due to manufacturer firmware with whole number multipliers. I sent them a flipping SS with the error in it too rolleyes.gif.

What a sad day....

/rant
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post #90 of 156
so i've manage to squeeze amd,intel and nvidia into my build biggrin.gif


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