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post #11 of 13
im on bios 1.2, make sure game boost is off / disabled, now go to the OC settings menu, top option (I forget what its called now) change from standard to expert, now you can change all other settings, CPU speed, voltages, memory etc.
post #12 of 13
So, what did you buy? I want board for R5 1600. Have same headache about these 2 motherboards.
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Going with the msi for now becuz of this .
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Originally Posted by Seaie280672 View Post

I can tell you now, regardless of USB ports etc, I have both boards, and out of the 2, the Gigabyte is going back, given me nothing but trouble and still no bios updates, the F3c beta bios update that Gigabyte gave me, either buggered my ram or the board, lost the option for XMP profiles in the bios, even back flashing didnt fix, RMA'd the ram, and got that replaced, the motherboard is going back too, ive had enough of it.

As for the MSI, way more features in the bios compared to the Gigabyte board, load line calibration for instance is just one of them, debug LED's, im over the moon with this board, they would have to come out with something pretty mind blowing for me to get rid of this board, im still testing on it at the moment, but so far I have my R7 1700 upto 3.9ghz, 1.36v, and im running a new replacement set of G.skill Trident Z RGB 3200mhz ram on it at the moment at 2933mhz, not shot for the full 3200mhz yet, but it will come during testing, other system specs are 3 x samsung evo 250gb 840's in RAID0, Creative Sounblaster Z modified, Sapphire RX480 Boost+ 8gb GFX Card, 1000w Ledtek Platinum PSU, and a custom water loop.
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