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All these posts kind of scare me blinksmiley.gif . I'm a newcomer to overclocking starting from this build I'm getting (Not delivered yet). Should I really be looking for something new or can i still learn the basics with the z370F without having too many issues?

Hearing about vdroop and power issues kind of makes me doubt it. The vdroop is supposedly fixed but i have the slightest idea of how to go about the other issues.
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All these posts kind of scare me blinksmiley.gif . I'm a newcomer to overclocking starting from this build I'm getting (Not delivered yet). Should I really be looking for something new or can i still learn the basics with the z370F without having too many issues?

Hearing about vdroop and power issues kind of makes me doubt it. The vdroop is supposedly fixed but i have the slightest idea of how to go about the other issues.

Vdroop is fixed. The power issue is super minor and easy to fix by just changing a couple of extra settings and will probably be completely fixed in a new BIOS next week.
post #123 of 128
What kind of OC are you able to get now?

also whats the airflow like for your VRMS and what temps are they getting if this motherboard reports them?
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What kind of OC are you able to get now?

also whats the airflow like for your VRMS and what temps are they getting if this motherboard reports them?

I'm getting the same OC but with a lower set voltage in BIOS. So 4.9GHz @1.3V LLC6. I can probably get a little higher with an AVX offset ('d assume 5.0GHz at 1.31V based on what I saw previously), but I'd have to delid. I don't know if VRM temps are reported, but the reading that I believe to be the VRM temp seemed to max out around 80C at AVX load. Airflow is provided mainly by my top exhaust and my NH-D15S.
post #125 of 128
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Originally Posted by TenSnake View Post

All these posts kind of scare me blinksmiley.gif . I'm a newcomer to overclocking starting from this build I'm getting (Not delivered yet). Should I really be looking for something new or can i still learn the basics with the z370F without having too many issues?

Hearing about vdroop and power issues kind of makes me doubt it. The vdroop is supposedly fixed but i have the slightest idea of how to go about the other issues.

I wouldn't let it put you off. New platforms will always have teething issues, and plenty of users here able to help.
post #126 of 128
Found 5419 BIOS on Asus french website https://www.asus.com/fr/Motherboards/ROG-STRIX-Z370-F-GAMING/HelpDesk_BIOS/

Haven't tested yet, it just says 'Sync all core'

Edit

Link for the E board https://www.asus.com/fr/Motherboards/ROG-STRIX-Z370-E-GAMING/HelpDesk_BIOS/
Edited by bloot - 10/20/17 at 12:28pm
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Watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCAQpvFhiUs

Hope it helps.

You're way behind, and it's been fixed.
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