I flashed and while its more stable in windows at solid settings it just cant get my ram humming at all. 3300mhz ( 101bclk and 3266 divider ) is about as stable as I can get. On my old B350i Strix I could run 3733mhz no problems. 3466mhz on MSI B350M Mortar was easy also. Dissapointed so far in overall memory side of this board. Clocks my 1600X much better though but the lack of high mem frequency just moots it.
Seeing the pricing for the 'plain' Taichi surprised me, expected it to be a lot more expensive. So while i originally criticised them for the money-grabbing 'Ultimate' spinoffs, i guess i should now ammend and say i'm thankful
It's even cheaper than the Gigabyte equivalent.
Anyway, was expecting a lot more feedback, especially after the 399 Taichi performed so well; i guess people are still wary because of the 370's Bios issues?
(to the user above asking, the 370 Taichi performed great in the beginning; apparently, going secondhand here, they somehow managed to mess the BIOS and never quite sort it again)
I may be his lucky owner single ASRock like this X470 Taichi Ultimape for a sheet and R7 2700X what I put into him, Corsair 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3466MHz CMK16GX4M2B3466C16 in ram's company.
CPU (Default) 4.35GHz all core Boost (1.5v+ voltage "auto"...max.) a little bit tall according to me And OC 4.1-4.2 it's already only H2O it is possible to accomplish it.
At me the 4.1GHz @ 1.306v (2x8GB 34600 CL14 RAM) (fix./tested IBT at worst and Prime95 Blend body, etc..etc.) and now I wait for it the H2O refrigeration, it lightens up then next what I can produce...2700X
Did OC become something else well?
I do not know my way round this sheet very much (Asus was my sheet always, ASRock this the first one) with a word council, I buy help, anything with pleasure and I say hello very much!