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I never updated to 0604 bios and stayed on 0515. Currently running Gskill F4-3200C16D-16GTZB (hynix kit) @ 2933 cl 16 - I tried everything including the tips from the AMD video yesterday to achieve 3200. Hoping the next bios update fixes my ram issues.
Edited by raidek - 4/29/17 at 12:56am
post #402 of 871
Wondering if anybody is having RGB problems. Lights worked initially on motherboard and Wraith Spire fan but stopped, for no apparent reason, and won't come back on. Seems to have happened to quite a few people but can't find any solution. Any advice gratefully received. I have tried clearing CMOS etc
post #403 of 871
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i have overheating problems with the pch contacted asus who told me to download the 1+gb driver file on the support site, so im gonna try that.

using the flare X at 3.2ghz cl14 unless i unplug the power cord i have no issues with cold boots i can leave it however long i want and it works if i do unplug it then i get a simple fail oc settings i go in bios n restart n it goes into correct settings no issues after

i very randomly get a black screen crash its not very repeatable but it happends
i could be playing games for hours straight no issues n then black screen crash

i found before when i had 16gb corsair dominator 2400mhz CL10 kit i had to run at 2133 to run stable but i got no crashes

id assume i get no issues if i ran at 2133 but meh it doesnt happen often enough to bother me tho i would like it to stop
im assuming its related to the pch overheating tho... my temps will climb over 60 and in the previous bios it would crash on overheat
its been much better in 604 bios

What is your ambient temp?

Here the PCH reports 54deg but here in Salzburg is rather chilly. Still kinda hot, nothing else in the machine runs as hot. (only the CPU under load)...Summer is coming, that could be a problem.

I would like to know what exactly the PCH is, maybe we can put some extra heatsink over it.
post #404 of 871
I think the 0604 BIOS is the best yet. Quite stable here, improved my RAM speed from 2133 to 2666 (4dimms 64gb) and reports the right temps in the BIOS. (AI suite metering still a mess, but that's the AI suite, not the BIOS)

My only advice for those who want to upgrade the BIOS is:

1) Load BIOS defaults

2) Flash the BIOS

3) Turn the PC off completely, start from there.

4) Dial your OC settings
post #405 of 871
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What is your ambient temp?

Here the PCH reports 54deg but here in Salzburg is rather chilly. Still kinda hot, nothing else in the machine runs as hot. (only the CPU under load)...Summer is coming, that could be a problem.

I would like to know what exactly the PCH is, maybe we can put some extra heatsink over it.

it should be the chipset. mine runs 52C on 23-ish ambient temp
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What's best SW for monitoring everything ? I was using AOD mainly for AMD systems, does it still work ?
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it should be the chipset. mine runs 52C on 23-ish ambient temp

Yep, it's the Promotory Chipset - mine runs in the 59-61 range, sometimes i've seen more, my ambient temp is around 17. I've set my front fans to react to PCH and it seems to work well.
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What's best SW for monitoring everything ? I was using AOD mainly for AMD systems, does it still work ?

HWInfo and HWmon are both good. I use HWinfo.
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Yep, it's the Promotory Chipset - mine runs in the 59-61 range, sometimes i've seen more, my ambient temp is around 17. I've set my front fans to react to PCH and it seems to work well.

Where is that one located? is it the NorthBridge?
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Where is that one located? is it the NorthBridge?

yes it is. that's the one with heatsink on your board (most placed on the center / bottom of the board)
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