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post #5591 of 5826 (permalink) Old 01-14-2020, 06:55 AM
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What setting would that be?

First thing I always do on any PC is disable Spread Spectrum and set it to 100, so it was already set. Upon reading that post though I decided to check it in CPU-Z and it's also fluctuating and when put under a load like Cinebench R20 it goes all the way down to 98... I SPECIFICALLY told the board to keep it at 100... heck?

I only have XMP, tighter timings, and PBO maxed out. Everything else is stock.

You must have windows porn mode on, just like me.

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Looks like a f12a is available, no release notes: https://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyt...beta-bios.html
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Quote: Originally Posted by prymortal View Post
Running into a similar thing myself. But I run 4x8gb (3600mhz) sticks & suspect that is the Issue over anything else in my case.
Its stable, Passes every memory test thrown at it. But then these "ïssues" which are obviously Ram related appear after restarts.
I have the same Ram as you turning up in a few days so If the issue "stays" when I change the ram. I'll update my post & let you know.
I think it is the CPU.

I tested 1 module at a time and they each work fine with Memtest86 at stock XMP. When I try with two modules it fails at POST.

I was running stock vCore, vSOC and vMem (1.3, 1.1 and 1.35 if I'm not mistaken). PBO was enabled, but it didn't do much.

I don't know if I should try rasing vSOC, or what to test to stabilize it. But it just won't work at everything on Auto and loading XMP, when it used to work fin for months at 3733Mhz 1:1:1 without even setting any voltages.
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Ok, I think I can confirm it's the CPU.

I don't know if it's the Memory Controller, or the Infinity Fabric, but it just isn't stable at 1800Mhz anymore.

I raised the vSOC to 1.2v, and it now boots. It dumps lots and lots of memory errors on Memtest86. Remember that each module at a time works fine.

Maybe it's one channel, I'm going to test that now.
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F12a - https://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyt...beta-bios.html

GB X570 Aorus Master,Ryzen 3700x+FUMA2, 4x8GB Ballistix BLS2K8G4D32AESBK, GTX1080JS,Sam 860 EVO 250GB+860 EVO 1TB,Toughpower RGB Sync 750W, Define S2
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This is the coil whine coming from the cpu area on my x570 aorus master. It is loudest when the computer is sitting idle. I used a Umik-1 mic to record.

Can you guys please check to see if you hear the same noise? Its much louder at the rear side of the motherboard but somehow leaks out of my Haf x case with lots of fans roaring away. The random clicking sound you hear every now and then is my 5400rpm hard drive (or so i believe). I have amplified the sound as its much more subtle through the recording (yet still annoying).

To ensure no coil whine was leaking from my graphics card, I removed the 2080ti and installed a GT710 (silent, no fan). The mic was pointed directly at the cpu area.

I'd like to hear if its more common than not (if you have the same with your aorus x570) or have I ended up with a lemon? It could be that I'm more sensitive to this noise than others are.

Audio recording - https://www.dropbox.com/s/p5zcn7lt4s...oise%20cpu.mp3

(Image is of the backside of the motherboard, where coil whine is at its loudest)
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I think it is the CPU.

I tested 1 module at a time and they each work fine with Memtest86 at stock XMP. When I try with two modules it fails at POST.

I was running stock vCore, vSOC and vMem (1.3, 1.1 and 1.35 if I'm not mistaken). PBO was enabled, but it didn't do much.

I don't know if I should try rasing vSOC, or what to test to stabilize it. But it just won't work at everything on Auto and loading XMP, when it used to work fin for months at 3733Mhz 1:1:1 without even setting any voltages.

Might sound funny - and should be an issue with AM4 - but did you try to reseat the CPU?


I mean just in case before you RMA it...if possible...



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post #5598 of 5826 (permalink) Old 01-14-2020, 11:31 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by fluidzoverclock View Post
This is the coil whine coming from the cpu area on my x570 aorus master. It is loudest when the computer is sitting idle. I used a Umik-1 mic to record.

Can you guys please check to see if you hear the same noise? Its much louder at the rear side of the motherboard but somehow leaks out of my Haf x case with lots of fans roaring away. The random clicking sound you hear every now and then is my 5400rpm hard drive (or so i believe). I have amplified the sound as its much more subtle through the recording (yet still annoying).

To ensure no coil whine was leaking from my graphics card, I removed the 2080ti and installed a GT710 (silent, no fan). The mic was pointed directly at the cpu area.

I'd like to hear if its more common than not (if you have the same with your aorus x570) or have I ended up with a lemon? It could be that I'm more sensitive to this noise than others are.

Audio recording - https://www.dropbox.com/s/p5zcn7lt4s...oise%20cpu.mp3

(Image is of the backside of the motherboard, where coil whine is at its loudest)

Same Buzzing noise for me on Idle.
Edit: i Have a X570 Ultra.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Bogo36 View Post
Same Buzzing noise for me on Idle.
Thanks. Anyone else?

Ryzen 3700x
x570 Gigabyte aorus master
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Corsair rm850
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Thanks. Anyone else?
It's impossible for me to hear it, i have 11 fans and 4 sas disks and even at idle this disks and the fans to 600rpm i don't hear anything.

CPU
Ryzen 3600
Motherboard
Gigabyte Aorus Pro
GPU
Nvidia GT710 Pci X1
RAM
Trident Z DDR4-3200MHz CL14-14-14-34 1.35V 64GB (4x16GB)
Hard Drive
HGST Ultrastar 7K4000 4TB 7200 RPM 512n SAS 6Gb/s 3.5-Inch 64MB HDD Enterprise Hard Drive HUS724040ALS640
Hard Drive
Samsung 860 Evo 1TB
Hard Drive
ADATA XPG SX8200 PRO 256GB M.2 2280
Power Supply
Corsair HX750i High-Performance ATX Power Supply — 750 Watt 80 Plus® PLATINUM Certified PSU
Cooling
Noctua NH-D15 chromax black
Cooling
Noctua NF-F12 PWM
Cooling
NOCTUA NF-A8 FLX FAN 80MM
Case
Corsair Carbide Air 740
Operating System
VMware ESXi 6.7 Update 3
Other
Asus HYPER M.2 X16 CARD V2
Other
HPE Smart Array P440/4GB FBWC 12Gb 1-port Int SAS Controller
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