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Oh goody, SPI, that's good to know. Bottom one makes no sense, due to paint and multilayered MB, I cant even trace the traces so to speak.
Otherwise, how satisfied are you with it, I will not be able to put system together unit weekend ?

Honestly - I like it. Was going to get TaiChi, but couldn't get hold of one. There things I could complain about, but they're bios linked, and like it or not, we early adopters are testers. All boards are a bit querky, but it has to be expected with new tech.

So yes, I like it, fastest system I ever had, even at stock, it just runs so smooth. This board seems reliable, so I'm very happy for now.....until I start seeing revised boards or better boards, then I might reconsider thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif
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Tnx, I'll report when I put it together. I have to make some changes to my case (Chieftek Dragon full tower) so it will be more work and longer to start up. Normally I can get a system going in an hour or two but this case is my favorite.
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So yes, I like it, fastest system I ever had, even at stock, it just runs so smooth. This board seems reliable, so I'm very happy for now.....until I start seeing revised boards or better boards, then I might reconsider thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif

I'll agree with this. I came from a 8350 to the 1700x and at stock it blows the 8350 OC'd away. My 1700x will boost itself to 3,892.3 pretty consistently on this board across all cores.

I think biggest complaint is the ram compatibility with this board. Maybe they'll fix or update something that will allow more kits to run their rated speeds than just have them all sit at 2133.
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I have the 1800x and under load the cpu core voltage goes to 0.04 higher than set with LLC1. Sometimes it even spike to 0.09 higher than set. With LLC2 its even worse. Is this normal?
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I have the 1800x and under load the cpu core voltage goes to 0.04 higher than set with LLC1. Sometimes it even spike to 0.09 higher than set. With LLC2 its even worse. Is this normal?

Yeah, its normal on all AM4 motherboard.
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I have the 1800x and under load the cpu core voltage goes to 0.04 higher than set with LLC1. Sometimes it even spike to 0.09 higher than set. With LLC2 its even worse. Is this normal?

Perfectly normal, that's the point of LLC. You want to set LLC to the level where it differs the least at load from your BIOS Vcore setting.
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I'll agree with this. I came from a 8350 to the 1700x and at stock it blows the 8350 OC'd away. My 1700x will boost itself to 3,892.3 pretty consistently on this board across all cores.

I think biggest complaint is the ram compatibility with this board. Maybe they'll fix or update something that will allow more kits to run their rated speeds than just have them all sit at 2133.

I agree I came from an 8320 to the 1700X, and the 1700X is just so much faster. I think People missed the boat by trying to compare the Ryzen to Kaby Lake/ Intel. That wasn't AMD's initial goal with Ryzen, it was to vastly improve on performance, especially single threaded over the previous generation of AMD processors. and they did that in spades. Along with being able to match/beat all but the overclocked 7700Ks in single threaded performance, and flat out destroying anything else in multithreaded.
 
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anyone experienced inconsistent temp reading? i use both hwinfo and ai suite, both didnt report the right temp. Tdie keeps jumping up and down (29 and suddenly 39 and back to 29) while AISuite stuck to 45 then jumping up to 55. i need AI Suite to control my fans using a custom profiles where UEFI couldn't gave yet the temperature jump messed up my fan setup
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anyone experienced inconsistent temp reading? i use both hwinfo and ai suite, both didnt report the right temp. Tdie keeps jumping up and down (29 and suddenly 39 and back to 29) while AISuite stuck to 45 then jumping up to 55. i need AI Suite to control my fans using a custom profiles where UEFI couldn't gave yet the temperature jump messed up my fan setup

I also see my temps oscillating between ~30°C and ~20°C in HWiNFO when I'm completely idle. I think Tctl is actually many sensors and the Ryzen CPU itself does some math to average them or decide which one to report. It seems a lot more consistent under load though.
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I also see my temps oscillating between ~30°C and ~20°C in HWiNFO when I'm completely idle. I think Tctl is actually many sensors and the Ryzen CPU itself does some math to average them or decide which one to report. It seems a lot more consistent under load though.

sigh.. i'll just leave those numbers alone then.. hope the fan didn't ramp up and stuck to 40% at midnight like a few days ago..
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