Originally Posted by kingwaffle
For those of you with the fan ramping issues, I strongly recommend just manually setting your fan speeds in the BIOS. The weird Ryzen "saw" temperatures where it spikes and then trickles back down causes this behavior.
That's a temporary workaround, not a solution.
Interestingly, F6 was much better for me as far as the see-sawing goes, F7a is as bad as it's ever been.
Originally Posted by HalongPort
It would be nice when Gigabyte would allow us to use a wider range of step-up/step-down fan time in BIOS [...].The current options (1/2/3 sec time interval) are not sufficient.
The current hysteresis isn't based on time, but temperature. IOW, these aren't seconds, but °K.
Originally Posted by Aenra
No dedicated fan controller; [...] refusing to buy an A/C unit.
I'm sorry, but if I buy a product with feature X, for whatever reason, then it had better work properly. Of course a proper wired network is better than wifi, and in fact I'd rather buy a mainboard without. After all, I have every room wired. But I'm also mature enough to realise other people may have different needs. Of course external audio interfaces are better. I love my digital monitors. But I also realise that the onboard audio is enough for most people's speaker/headphones. And even if there's a better option --that's no excuse for wifi/audio to be flaky, if present. As for the A/C thing, must be nice in your bubble. In my country they're uncommon, almost unheard of in private homes. I actually go a quote once, it was on the order of a small car -- per room.