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I'm not sure what you mean by semi-passive. Mine came with a chipset fan in place. There are controls for multiple fans in the bios - and you can set their speed regulation as you like - for quieter or more aggressive ramp up with CPU temp. Not sure how chipset fan is regulated, but it does seem to be regulated based on temp.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Jdpurvis View Post
I'm not sure what you mean by semi-passive. Mine came with a chipset fan in place. There are controls for multiple fans in the bios - and you can set their speed regulation as you like - for quieter or more aggressive ramp up with CPU temp. Not sure how chipset fan is regulated, but it does seem to be regulated based on temp.

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I mean ie that the PCH (chipset) fan doesnt spin below 60c. Other board manufs allow it. Wondering if Asus had it updated, since all the (launch) reviews shows their x570 doesnt allow it.
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I mean ie that the PCH (chipset) fan doesnt spin below 60c. Other board manufs allow it. Wondering if Asus had it updated, since all the (launch) reviews shows their x570 doesnt allow it.
Mine starts spinning at 55-56 degrees celcius.

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Mine spins at ~3000 all the time.
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Mine spins at ~3000 all the time.
PCH fan spins up at 56°C... and it spins up in steps... 400,1000, 1500, and 3000 (might be a few more in there). I am pretty sure sure 3000 RPM is for >60°C

If yours is always spinning at 3000 then your chipset is always >60°C. If you have a graphics card that blocks the PCH fan (like I do) disabling zero RPM mode for the
graphics card can help with temps. I stumbled upon this by accident, but it works.

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You are absolutely right! I increased graphics card fan minimum to 60% (still not loud enough to be annoying), and pch temp came down into 50's, and its fan speed dropped to about 1800. Furthermore, pch temp and fan speed stay down when CPU is stressed (e,g, Cinebench 20). Good tip! Of course, I could move my graphics card, but that would put it right over my PCI 4.0 SSD.
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"Improve system performance and stability
Improve Fan control function
Improve DRAM stability
Update AM4 AGESA combo V2 PI 1.0.8.0
https://www.asus.com/cz/Motherboards...HelpDesk_BIOS/

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Thanks for the "heads up"! Have you tried it?
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Quote: Originally Posted by nikpoth View Post
2603
2020/08/07
TUF GAMING X570-PLUS (WI-FI) BIOS 2603
"Improve system performance and stability
Improve Fan control function
Improve DRAM stability
Update AM4 AGESA combo V2 PI 1.0.8.0
https://www.asus.com/cz/Motherboards...HelpDesk_BIOS/
Weird that they haven't posted it for the non WIFI version yet. I would think it would be the same, or at the least extremely similar.

Originally Posted by un-midas touch

All ideas mentioned are not complete innovations in that they all are more or less upgrades of existing tech.

That's pretty close to the definition of innovation.

Originally Posted by Paramount
from my experience ,, GB is suck and i dont back on it any more.. ASUS ROG is best thumb.gif
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Quote: Originally Posted by junneh View Post
Can Asus TUF boards (x570) also make use of the Armory Crate app and the Aura creator? or is this only reserved for the ROG Strix models?
Just to answer the question.
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Originally Posted by un-midas touch

All ideas mentioned are not complete innovations in that they all are more or less upgrades of existing tech.

That's pretty close to the definition of innovation.

Originally Posted by Paramount
from my experience ,, GB is suck and i dont back on it any more.. ASUS ROG is best thumb.gif
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