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post #41 of 141
No, on Gigabyte software it is the time between polling temperature.

It's terribly labelled
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post #42 of 141
Thank you.

Now I was curious to know how this works. What does "temperature interval" mean?

I read this and the reviewer say that "1" is too short. He set to "3". How doies it smothe the variance of temperature? If you can be enlightening, please, do it.

https://www.kitguru.net/components/motherboard/ryan-martin/gigabyte-z270n-gaming-5-motherboard-review/4/
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post #43 of 141
If you set it to 1 , every 1 second it polls (checks) the temperature and ramps the fan to the speed specified by your fan curve.

If you set it to 3, every 3 seconds it polls the temperature and ramps fan speed to the fan speed of your fan curve.
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post #44 of 141
Thank you again.

So it is like the ASUS' implementation.

Are the only two brands that make distinction by spliting that function into "step up" and "step down" ASRock (I'm not sure about the older ones) and MSI?

I feel it is very useful, allowing for quick changes when the temperature increases and slow as it decreases.
Edited by lb_felipe - 10/23/17 at 12:28am
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post #45 of 141
So the Gigabyte Aorus Z370 Gaming 7 is better than an ASUS ROG Strix Z370-F Gaming?
Why exactly?
post #46 of 141
Much better vrm.
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post #47 of 141
According to my math, 30° C is 86° F. That's quite warm for ambient temperatures. I said I would prefer ambient temperatures closer to 20° C. I typically have my thermostat set to 72° F, which is approximately 22.2° C. It's pretty cute that people thought my conversions were wrong, though.

As for why ambient temperatures of 30°+ C would not be ideal, the cooling capacity of CPU coolers are usually compared by delta over ambient. The higher your ambient temperatures, the closer you are to thermal throttling. Honestly surprised I had to explain this.
post #48 of 141
...So overclocking the CPU is better on the Gigabyte?

What about overclocking RAM?
Asus boards seem to have some sort of OptiMem thingie on them.

I can't choose cryingsmiley.gif
Been with Asus since the start (only had a fiasco build with an Asrock once)

I just want to OC a 8700k to 5Ghz.
And 4x8 3200c14 Tridentz to 4000-17/18

....


Didn't want to spend an extra 100 on the mobo,
but ended up ordering a Hero wheee.gif
Edited by pion - 10/24/17 at 3:28am
post #49 of 141
The only boards at his time with RAM over 4133MHz officially are Asrock boards & Asus ROG APEX

It's pretty obvious why, those boards have 2 phase memory VRM.
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post #50 of 141
Does that improve overclocking to 4000?
Is 4000 even a possibility with these z370 and a 5Ghz CPU?
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