Originally Posted by schoolofmonkey
The benchmark results are a little higher, idle voltages don't dip under 0.5, where with the offsets I saw it dip to 0.35v.
I am running a AIO, Corsair H150i Pro 360mm in push/pull, it's side mounted in the Lian Li Dynamic.
Though I am considering top mounting the AIO and just having the side as an intake as well.
Hardware Canucks tested it in different configurations and found that as the best for the CPU by a few degrees.
CPU-Z results, the HWinfo screenshot was taken while Cinebench was doing a run, values were reset during the run to get a look at what was happening under load.
The other is AIDA64 stress test..
Seems to be running pretty cool. Mine gets up to 90c when running Prime95's Torture Test. If I had space for that cooler, I'd have one too. Looking good! [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/thumb.gif[/IMG]
Originally Posted by shamino1978
ok you can use this version and it can specify the vid you want
or smaller version, run perccx.exe as admin
- Edit : ok tested these versions, (made sure vid converted)
Thank you for testing these out! I've added these links to the 1st post. [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/biggrin.gif[/IMG]
Originally Posted by David Sardinha
Hmm, can alone help me out ? My X570 doesn't pick up my M.2 Drive, it's a 960 m.2 drive, o tried both m.2.1 slot and m.2.2 slot.
Do you have an operating system installed or are you starting from scratch? OS installed: Computer Management | Disk Management and look for it in the list. Right click it and create a simple volume. I think that's what it is. Starting from scratch: Download Windows to a USB drive | Boot from it | Install Windows on the m.2 drive. [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/wink.gif[/IMG]
Originally Posted by rv8000
So either I have a terrible 3700x, or Iâ€™️m not setting some properly in the bios, but my system refuses to boot with an fclk of 1600 (when I set it to 1:1 with DDR4 3600). No issues posting with fclk ratio set to 2:1 at DDR4 3600 c14.
Is vSoC still the main voltage for IF/fclk stability or should I be adjusting vdggo (not at home to check which voltage it was again)? Iâ€™️ve tried vSOC up to 1.15v so far. Havenâ€™️t adjusted Vcore or that other new voltage.
This is very frustrating coming from my z390 dark when I know this kit is capable of 4400 c17 at 1.45v. Ideas?
3600MHz defaults to 1:1 with a FCLK of 1800MHz. You're making it too complicated. [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG][/QUOTE
Sorry, I should ve mention that the drive isn't picked up by the pc at all .. it doesn't show up in the bios.