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Old 09-11-2017, 02:39 AM
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Nope  Still crashes on me with 4 sticks installed.

Your case is a bit different than what most experienced. Meaning, I believe the fix in this bios is for the installation crash that would happen if you installed W10 via a updated software base (Microsoft W10 download app), not really related to the 4 sticks of memory, this would happen to 100% of the user base, 2, 4 or even 8 sticks, same crash always related to the Wi-Fi driver from Intel.

This issue would not happen with a non-updated pen purchased in store, because the driver in it, the older one, did not crash in this case.

Your issue maybe related somehow but is not exactly what most had.

This is my understanding of the issue anyway.. smile.gif
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Anybody know if the baseclock of 100hz is adjustable?

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Ahybody got any ideas on how to keep the mosfet temps down? Hovering around 84c

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Playing around with lowering pwm frequency to lower mosfet temp

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Playing around with lowering pwm frequency to lower mosfet temp

use 1 6mm fan similar as Zenith and the temp will be fine. without the additional fan, my vrm temp under 4G prime95 small FTT can reach 100 mad.gif

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use 1 6mm fan similar as Zenith and the temp will be fine. without the additional fan, my vrm temp under 4G prime95 small FTT can reach 100 mad.gif


How do you get it to stay?

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Are you guys using the m.2 covers on top of your m.2 ssds? If so, are you supposed to remove that clear plastic?

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Are you guys using the m.2 covers on top of your m.2 ssds? If so, are you supposed to remove that clear plastic?

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Oh snap really lol, this whole time I left that plastic on -.-

Which m.2 would you recommend using? I think the bottom pci-e slot should run coolest? or perhaps the one connected to the large heatsink for the chipset?


Edit: ok jsut got the clear plastic off, do you also remove the black padding to get a clear metal contact?

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Hi owners, looking for some input.

I generally prefer Gigabyte over Asus mobos, but the Aorus logo is too tacky/mickey mouse for my taste

I was set on the Zenith Extreme but may opt for this one as it appears to supports two triple-slot GPUs and two dual-slot GPUs (triple, dual, triple, dual, alternating from top to bottom) Can anyone confirm this 4-way SLI fitment?

the 2x M.2 slots that supports 22110...they support the typical 2280 as well?

QVL doesn't list any 128GB kits...are there any 16GB modules that works out of the box with a simple BIOS update and not have to tweak the timings, voltages etc?

Can I disable only the RGB on the DIMM/PCIe slot? Would look terrible with the unpopulated middle PCIe slot

are there individual PCIe disable switches?

stock VRM runs hot without playing around with PWM or adding a fan? no reviews mentioned this?

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