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post #741 of 1188 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 11:58 AM
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Update on my issue with HWINFO not reading cpu temp. et al, under WMI.

I reinstalled the AMD Chipset Driver that was downloaded directly from the Asus site and now the issues are gone. Initially, it was the file from the AMD site that i used. It could have been a bad file.

Thank you all for the help.
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Installed the R5 3600 and the multiplier only goes to 41.8 with the BCLK at 99.8, thus not seeing advertised boost clock at the moment using BIOS 5007. Temps look good at idle (32 - 45c) but saw it jump to 63c running CPUZ bench. So far so good. This at optimized default with the RAM at 2400 or something.
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Quote: Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post
Installed the R5 3600 and the multiplier only goes to 41.8 with the BCLK at 99.8, thus not seeing advertised boost clock at the moment using BIOS 5007. Temps look good at idle (32 - 45c) but saw it jump to 63c running CPUZ bench. So far so good. This at optimized default with the RAM at 2400 or something.
Why not 5204 ?

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Why not 5204 ?
Might update today. System just works beautifully with the current BIOS. RAM, though, does not work using XMP.

Updated the BIOS to the latest and XMP works now Aida show latency at 74. Will OC RAM soon. Goal is 3466 CL14 using cal.
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what temps with a nvme pci e x4 do you get when using it under the white heatsink that is x4?
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... I removed the I/O cover because, as you can see, it chokes an already weak heatsink ...




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... I'm using my case from my older AMD FX build, so I already have a fan blowing directly on the back of the socket ...


^ I concur, removing the stupid plastic I/O cover and ghetto-modding a high-pressure 120mm fan on the side panel blowing on the back of the VRM area are clever moves.

I did both also, and together with a high airflow case and a Noctua NH-D15 ontop my 2600X boosts up to 4.325 GHz by itself (just -0.1 voltage offset, no other tinkering in BIOS) at 28C / 83F ambient (torrid summer here around).


I'll probably replace the OEM toysinks with some real DIY heatsinks if I switch to a higher core-count Ryzen 3000 or 4000 in the future.



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... Asus' designers should be shot ...

It's not the designers (they know better than anyone else that this board is delivered with mediocre VRM cooling), but the marketing people, who feel the need to cater to the demands of the extremely enlightened and very technically knowledgeable average customer of nowadays (i.e. bling bling and christmas trees).

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True. I'm sure there is too much pressure to make the boards look good.

Also, I got a new case without any fan on the back of the socket; but I haven't ran into any thermal issues that I'm can detect. The I/O cover is still off, of course.

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Quote: Originally Posted by umeng2002 View Post
True. I'm sure there is too much pressure to make the boards look good.

Also, I got a new case without any fan on the back of the socket; but I haven't ran into any thermal issues that I'm can detect. The I/O cover is still off, of course.
Can the plastic thing be removed even if the motherboard installed?

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Can the plastic thing be removed even if the motherboard installed?

I'd better do it out of case. You need to first detach the North-to-South VRM heatsink (it's in the way), then remove the three screws that attach the plastic cover to the board, kick the thing away, and then reattach the VRM heatsink (tighten firmly).


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