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post #151 of 167 (permalink) Old 09-09-2019, 03:06 PM
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Yes, it allows you to control fans and other things from software.

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post #152 of 167 (permalink) Old 09-10-2019, 08:40 AM
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ON SALE https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASRock-X570...s%2C149&sr=8-1

2 left, just bought one coming from an Asus C6H got a 3600 until the 3950 is here :-)
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I was using that ram, and had no problems at all, run a test on the ram, i think you have a faulty stick, happened to me when i first bought them for my x470 board, they run flawlessly in my x570 taichi, so i would imagine its the ram.

Were did you get the chipset drivers? AMD list them as Revision Number
1.8.19.0915 for windows 10 64 bit.

1.8.19.0915 is indeed my chipset driver from AMD, and 1.7 as the UEFI.

I've taken the RAM and put it into my mate's x570 board and it runs at XMP stable out of the box, no configuration required. x570 AORUS Pro Wifi with Ryzen 3700x as well. Does anybody in this thread have RAM going on an ASRock x570 Extreme4 at CAS 14 or less? In looking at the QVL for RAM, I haven't seen any qualified memory sticks with 14 timings... Wondering if that's my issue...?

ASRock replied with "the problem might related with memory controller on the m/b. You can start exchange the m/b to seller first. Hope the new replacement board fix the issue you are having."


I'm waiting to hear back from G.Skill on whether this model could be validated as QVL... I really don't want to replace the mobo - anything else you folks think I could check to rule out a mobo issue? I've got 17 days on the clock for returns on the components

EDIT: Called G.Skill and got a human right away, great support response. Talked candidly about it all... The ASRock x570 Extreme4 is supported with F4-3200C14D-16GFX G.Skill 16GB 14-14-14-34 memory. Since I've discounted the memory as the problem, with it passing all tests and being stable in another x570 board at XMP settings... I'm left with the question: Motherboard Replacement, or is it a faulty Ryzen 3700x.

Best way to test? Thoughts?

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Quote: Originally Posted by Fusionpro View Post
1.8.19.0915 is indeed my chipset driver from AMD, and 1.7 as the UEFI.

I've taken the RAM and put it into my mate's x570 board and it runs at XMP stable out of the box, no configuration required. x570 AORUS Pro Wifi with Ryzen 3700x as well. Does anybody in this thread have RAM going on an ASRock x570 Extreme4 at CAS 14 or less? In looking at the QVL for RAM, I haven't seen any qualified memory sticks with 14 timings... Wondering if that's my issue...?

ASRock replied with "the problem might related with memory controller on the m/b. You can start exchange the m/b to seller first. Hope the new replacement board fix the issue you are having."


I'm waiting to hear back from G.Skill on whether this model could be validated as QVL... I really don't want to replace the mobo - anything else you folks think I could check to rule out a mobo issue? I've got 17 days on the clock for returns on the components

EDIT: Called G.Skill and got a human right away, great support response. Talked candidly about it all... The ASRock x570 Extreme4 is supported with F4-3200C14D-16GFX G.Skill 16GB 14-14-14-34 memory. Since I've discounted the memory as the problem, with it passing all tests and being stable in another x570 board at XMP settings... I'm left with the question: Motherboard Replacement, or is it a faulty Ryzen 3700x.

Best way to test? Thoughts?
Sounds like it may be the motherboard, especially since their support said to start the return process. It sucks when this happens, my flare x kit had issues with errors, and had to return it, but yours sound like its the memory controller. Its could be on the chip also. Do you have another ryzen cpu you can swap out with to test? Have you tried the latest bios 2.0, might want to give it a shot to see.

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Is there a new BIOS out? I still see 1.7 as the latest:

https://www.asrock.com/MB/AMD/X570%2...index.asp#BIOS

I bought the 3700x at a Microcenter and am nearing the 15 day return policy... Wondering if they'll entertain the replacement on it. Don't have anybody else nearby that has a 3700x I can test with at present unfortunately. Sounds like the best path is:

1) Try another CPU in my board if possible - see if XMP settings are stable.
2a) If stable, replace CPU.
2b) If unstable, keep original CPU and replace mobo

I feel like a bad CPU is awfully rare. I've also never used AMD before - always been Intel. I understand this can happen to anybody, just feels bad for the first AMD build to have this issue heh. and BLRGLKRGLAFJ I really don't want to redo all these component installations.

Anybody know how picky companies are for returning boards? They make a point of saying all original packaging, manuals, etc. Fairly sure I have most of it...
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Quote: Originally Posted by Fusionpro View Post
Is there a new BIOS out? I still see 1.7 as the latest:

https://www.asrock.com/MB/AMD/X570%2...index.asp#BIOS

I bought the 3700x at a Microcenter and am nearing the 15 day return policy... Wondering if they'll entertain the replacement on it. Don't have anybody else nearby that has a 3700x I can test with at present unfortunately. Sounds like the best path is:

1) Try another CPU in my board if possible - see if XMP settings are stable.
2a) If stable, replace CPU.
2b) If unstable, keep original CPU and replace mobo

I feel like a bad CPU is awfully rare. I've also never used AMD before - always been Intel. I understand this can happen to anybody, just feels bad for the first AMD build to have this issue heh. and BLRGLKRGLAFJ I really don't want to redo all these component installations.

Anybody know how picky companies are for returning boards? They make a point of saying all original packaging, manuals, etc. Fairly sure I have most of it...
I have the Taichi, were at 2.0, sorry for that. I hope you have no problems returning it, i gave up on Intel many years ago, and switched to AMD, have never had a problem yet, so i think its just a fluke for you.

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My Trusty X370 Taichi recently blew out 4 of its back USB ports leaving me with a single USB 3.1 type A, 2 USB 3 and the ever useless USB type C port. Because of that I moved to the X570 taichi after playing with it for a day or so these are the results of my OC. So far it seems to turbo far lower than the X370 taichi did with most turbos on my 3900x only reaching 4.3 vs 4.45 on my X370 using PBO I also find that the X570 board doesn't turbo as hard or as long as as the X370 so it will lower clocks faster and keep the turbos up for a much shorter period of time so hoping the BIOS update fixes that. I did find my kit of 3200mhz CL 16 memory overclocks far better on the board though, got it up to 3568Mhz (BCLK is 101) and got the timings pretty tight for my kit. So far the performance while better with the new kit is still trailing behind the X370 with its higher turbos so hoping with the next BIOS update I can get the turbos of my the X370 board with the memory OCing of this board. Below is my memory timings and setup if anyone wanted to use them as a reference. Sadly I can't get to 3600Mhz even when dropping the BCLK to 100 it will post but freezes on the post so I settled with 3568 and tight timings.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Timer5 View Post
My Trusty X370 Taichi recently blew out 4 of its back USB ports leaving me with a single USB 3.1 type A, 2 USB 3 and the ever useless USB type C port. Because of that I moved to the X570 taichi after playing with it for a day or so these are the results of my OC. So far it seems to turbo far lower than the X370 taichi did with most turbos on my 3900x only reaching 4.3 vs 4.45 on my X370 using PBO I also find that the X570 board doesn't turbo as hard or as long as as the X370 so it will lower clocks faster and keep the turbos up for a much shorter period of time so hoping the BIOS update fixes that. I did find my kit of 3200mhz CL 16 memory overclocks far better on the board though, got it up to 3568Mhz (BCLK is 101) and got the timings pretty tight for my kit. So far the performance while better with the new kit is still trailing behind the X370 with its higher turbos so hoping with the next BIOS update I can get the turbos of my the X370 board with the memory OCing of this board. Below is my memory timings and setup if anyone wanted to use them as a reference. Sadly I can't get to 3600Mhz even when dropping the BCLK to 100 it will post but freezes on the post so I settled with 3568 and tight timings.
Boost clocks will soon be improved. Next BIOS update should cover it.
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Any ABBA beta bios out?

I'm using Asrock x570 Taichi with 3900x

Msi have ABBA beta bioses out now!

https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=323855.0

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Ho.. i've a crosshair Vii and i'm looking tonoass on taichi x570.. anyone can test my RAM Setting and stare the result? Tnx

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Fire Strike: https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19149242 - 33201
Fire Strike Extreme : https://www.3dmark.com/fs/17170615 - 19951
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