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post #641 of 1762
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Originally Posted by L33tBastard View Post

Thank you, some OCD relief for me. smile.gif

Still find it a bit odd that a factory would send some with and some without..
I/O plate may have been made by two different vendors.
post #642 of 1762
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

Yes smile.gif .
I doubt it does not support 1900X, @Raja@ASUS or @elmor will be able to confirm.

I noticed one person commenting on a swedish hardware forum that he is using a 1900X with Zenith Extreme, so we can chalk this down as "confirmed", it does work.
post #643 of 1762
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

The post is missing relevant details such as config and parts. No chance anyone will know what's wrong and you'll end up in an RMA cycle which doesn't do you or anyone else favors.

Hey Raja, my configuration is as follows:

Threadripper 1950x
32gb Trident Z RGB 3200 MHZ C14
Samsung 960 Pro NVME SSD (inserted underneath heat shield)
Samsung 850 EVO SSD
Asus Strix 1080TI
Corsair 780T case

Any help would be appreciated.
Edited by Spartann117 - 9/23/17 at 3:23pm
post #644 of 1762
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Originally Posted by Neonkore View Post

It's not in terms of the display on the IO shroud, mines fixed at 36 deg but other times it isn't.


Can somebody please confirm their W10 power settings - I cannot get my TR to boost beyond 3.7GHz anymore and I'm stumped. I'm on Ryzen Balanced and tried the minimum processor state from 5%-90%, max is at 100% (which should and does enable CPB up to 3.7GHz), there's a new setting in there called Maximum Processor Frequency, default is 0 and again i've tried setting this up to 4GHz too to no effect.

Your not alone I'm stuck and stumped too
post #645 of 1762
The IO shroud LCD temp display goes off of neither Tctl nor Tdie. Its from the boards other cpu temp sensor that can be seen in HWinfo as rarely changing, unlike Tdie and Tctl.

There is a little app that Elmor made for Crosshair VI hero that makes the Motherboard Sensor match Tctl, but It doesnt work for Zenith Extreme
post #646 of 1762
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Originally Posted by Ronsanut View Post

It is the G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 64GB (4 x 16GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) Desktop Memory Model F4-3200C14Q-64GTZR. I will try setting at 3200.

Were you able run F4-3200C14Q-64GTZR @ 3200? I have the exact same kit, but I can't get them to run stable at 3200 with loose timing. Even 16-18-18-38, 1.4v, memtest will throw bunch of errors on test2. I did not overclock the CPU. BIOS updated to 0603. I tested the kit @ 2133 for 11 hours, no error.

UPDATE: Nevermind, figured out what was the problem. I had two modules installed in wrong slot. LOL. Now I'm able to run @ 3200Mhz C14 and no more BSOD at startup. Right now no errors at test2 in memtest so far. Test is still running, hopefully no more errors.


Edited by sovereignty68 - 9/23/17 at 7:06pm
post #647 of 1762
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Originally Posted by Brain29 View Post

Your not alone I'm stuck and stumped too

It's applying the overclock in UEFI as it gets above 4GHz but as soon as it goes into windows it doesn't go above 3.7GHz so it must be something related to the power plan - how about you? I'll be doing a fresh W10 install tomorrow to confirm.
post #648 of 1762
Good, glad you figured that out. My system is down right now, as I am building my custom loop. As soon as I get it back on, I will up it to 3200 and see if it will stay stable.
post #649 of 1762
The process of resuming from sleeps is almost as long as a normal reboot. Memory is checked again and CPU is checked again, but the LED display always says code: 30 Check CPU in the case of a resume from sleep, tho everything seems well in order and temp readings are normal. After reboot it is back to showing CPU temperature.
post #650 of 1762
Just flashed 0603. Memory still posts. Awesome that the Motherboard CPU temp reading is set to match the Tdie reading now, so LCD display updates normally. No need for Elmor app :3.

One little bug i found in bios: When selecting HDD boot priorities, boot Option #1, 2, and 3 will only have selection for whatever HDD is in boot Priority 1. Priority 2-5 are ignored. This is while having a USB drive inserted.
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