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post #151 of 398 (permalink) Old 01-27-2020, 06:58 PM
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FS in OCN Marketplace tomorrow:
1 Asus x570 TUF poc mobo + 3600x chip
Over it!
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post #152 of 398 (permalink) Old 01-27-2020, 08:18 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Schmuckley View Post
FS in OCN Marketplace tomorrow:
1 Asus x570 TUF poc mobo + 3600x chip
Over it!
I'm sad that your combo did not work out. Stable here with that mobo and a 3700X. First thing I did before touching anything (after final assembly) was flashed the Bios to 1405.

I did not give it much thought but when originally I put the system together on a test bench, the boot sequence white light, sometimes the green light would stay on even though I was able to get to desktop and bench. Something was not seated right I guess or it was the older Bios causing the light issues. However, once everything was placed in the open air case either things got seated properly at that point or it was the flashing of the Bios that may have resolved it.

At first I thought - what is going on, the white/green lights aren't staying on, but realized that the mobo was doing a check and all 4 lights cycled through but then stayed off, which meant that the mobo/system past the checks.

I changed the FCLK and turned on DOCP with no issues after that and even played with PBO before realizing that the chip was boosting to 4.4GHz and there was no real need for PBO.

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Can you share the modded bios, did you unlock the spread spectrum setting ? any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Quote: Originally Posted by cosminmocan View Post
Can you share the modded bios, did you unlock the spread spectrum setting ? any help would be greatly appreciated.
It's the Bios from the Asus mobo web page (not a modded Bios).

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post #155 of 398 (permalink) Old 01-30-2020, 10:43 PM
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Asus x570-p prime board.
1201 bios.
EVERYTHING works 100% stable, even got an asus xonar dx card.
Is there any point to move to 1405 BIOS? I'm reluctant to do so, since you can't go back to previous version in case of problems.
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Hi everyone!

I like the board, but apparently the PCH fan can not be controlled (either from bios or via 3rd party apps in windows). I tried to install my nvme in the lower and upper (in that case I moved the GPU to the lower PCIe slot) slot on the motherboard but it did not change anything. PCH temp is fix at 59C and stupid fan spins at 2000 no matter what .. Do you think Asus will add control to it in a later bios update or I need to learn to live with it?

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Does Armoury Crate work properly for you?Some times you lose the settings.
I'm thinking of removing it and using aura sync only
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How’s the latest bios on this board?


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Idk, but thank God for Mark Chickey who gave me some elongated CMOS jumpers!

If you set it wrong, it errors.
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Quote: Originally Posted by brainii View Post
Asus x570-p prime board.
1201 bios.
EVERYTHING works 100% stable, even got an asus xonar dx card.
Is there any point to move to 1405 BIOS? I'm reluctant to do so, since you can't go back to previous version in case of problems.
Oh, you can. It may not be easy-ish, but you can.

There's also the brick risk. Oh, I've done it many times. You'll need the AMIFLASH compatible with the board, and then to type in the proper substrings..

Also need a bootable USB.
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Does HWiNFO or other software have VRM temps for this board?

Kit guru says this: "Digging deeper into the spec sheet, the SiC639 looks to feature more focus on thermal monitoring compared to the SiC634 packages found on competing motherboards. The electronic block diagram shows an in-built thermal monitoring and warning function that features in the control loop." and "Annoyingly, ASUS does not include data for VRM temperature sensor readings through software tools. This is despite the SiC639 DrMOS power stages featuring thermal monitoring capabilities."
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