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post #141 of 477
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Does anyone else have problems with their CPU voltage? Cpu-z for example shows a vcore of 2.5 etc, i am running bios 2.00

I'm having the exact same problem as well. It's my understanding that it's reading double. Don't quote me on that but I too am having the same issue :-) LOL
post #142 of 477
I think CPU-z show wrong numbers. But I'm not sure what program is most precise. Because when I change voltage with offset in HWinfo CPU Vcore (in cpu section) t see stock voltage or even lower.
post #143 of 477
HWinfo is quite accurate for me to be honest. It's around 1.287-1.31 and my vcore is set too 1.30 in my bios. Good to hear that i am not the only one with this problem:D

By the way i am a noob in overclocking but i am running my 1700x on 3,9 ghz with 1.30 voltage. It runs cinebench fine and i am running aida64 extreme right now.

What else should i try before i know it's stable?
Edited by weebeast - 4/23/17 at 12:27pm
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post #144 of 477
I'm having an issue with SSD's that use the Silicon Motion SM2246EN controller. I have two SSD's using this controller (Mushkin Reactor and Crucial BX100) and they both won't detect (in BIOS or Windows) unless I do a full system shutdown and then turn it on again. I know it's not the cables because Samsung 840 EVO detects fine everytime on the same cables and I know it's not the SSD's because they detect fine everytime when putting in my Intel system. I have a friend with same Taichi X370 and different Bios (1.60) and he gets same detection issue. ASRock just wants me to RMA the board but I don't think that's gonna remedy it if another board did the same thing. Anyone else having this issue with Silicon Motion SM2246EN controller SSD's? If I put in ASMedia ports (bottom 2) they detect more often but still sometimes don't detect and the speeds are much lower.
post #145 of 477
Changed my death Gaming 5 for this beast.

So far, is working very well.

4.0 1.38v rock solid.

I am going to try 4.1 with 1.45V.
post #146 of 477
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Originally Posted by Czarcastic View Post

I'm having an issue with SSD's that use the Silicon Motion SM2246EN controller. I have two SSD's using this controller (Mushkin Reactor and Crucial BX100) and they both won't detect (in BIOS or Windows) unless I do a full system shutdown and then turn it on again. I know it's not the cables because Samsung 840 EVO detects fine everytime on the same cables and I know it's not the SSD's because they detect fine everytime when putting in my Intel system. I have a friend with same Taichi X370 and different Bios (1.60) and he gets same detection issue. ASRock just wants me to RMA the board but I don't think that's gonna remedy it if another board did the same thing. Anyone else having this issue with Silicon Motion SM2246EN controller SSD's? If I put in ASMedia ports (bottom 2) they detect more often but still sometimes don't detect and the speeds are much lower.

I'm running 840/850 EVO and BX100 on my Taichi, they work fine. Didn't bench them yet tho

Running BIOS 2.0
post #147 of 477
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I'm running 840/850 EVO and BX100 on my Taichi, they work fine. Didn't bench them yet tho

Running BIOS 2.0

How many times have you powered on your system? My BX100 & Mushkin Reactor (with the same controller) would detect every time the first few powerups, I started having trouble after the first few days (randomly don't detect unless a full power up and shutdown and then power up again). The EVO's work fine and always detect.
post #148 of 477
System's a week old but had to reset it many times while trying to stabilize my OC and cold boots every day after that
post #149 of 477
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System's a week old but had to reset it many times while trying to stabilize my OC and cold boots every day after that

How long is your system off for? When it detects after a full power on - shutoff - power on cycle, it will detect fine if I shut off and turn on again within an hour. However, if I leave the power off overnight (8 or more hours) I have detection issues again.
post #150 of 477
Whole night, I also benched BX100 250GB, looks alright to me. I never had any detection issues either, might just be a bad mobo or something else entirely.
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