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TRX40 VRM discussion thread

I see level1techs has been more current with this than OCN, which is a shame (https://forum.level1techs.com/t/new-...-talk/149585/2)
Update 1: Added BIOs recovery features note


ASROCK
TRX40 Taichi (ATX): 16 Power Phase Design, 90A Dr. MOS & Power Choke --- BIOS Flashback
--->(ISL69144 + ISL99390 powerstage) http://www.hwbattle.com/bbs/board.ph...20&ckattempt=1
--->"Taichi 16 Phase (ISL99390) 90A Power stages for CPU, 4 VRM for DRAM, 2 for SOC" https://twitter.com/hms1193/status/1...533312/photo/1
--> ISL69247 PWM and doublers mentioned by anandtech

TRX40 Creator (ATX): 90A DrMOs / Powerchoke "8 power phase design" (typo or PWM type???) --- BIOS Flashback


ASUS
ROG Zenith II Extreme (E-ATX): "16 TDA21472" (70A powerstages) --- 2x BIOS with BIOS switch , BIOS FlashBack
---> "strategically teamed" (https://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/...reme_preview/2)
TRX40-E Gaming (ATX): "16 powerstages" --- BIOS FlashBack
---> TDA21472 70A powerstages per Anandtech

Prime TRX40 Pro (ATX): "16 Infineon TDA21462 power stages" (60A powerstages) --- BIOS FlashBack


(article https://edgeup.asus.com/2019/trx40-m...adripper-cpus/)



Gigabyte
TRX40 Aorus Xtreme (XL-ATX) : Infineon XDPE132G5C 16 (16+0) , 16 * Infineon TDA21472 70A VCORE --- dual BIOS with switch , "Q-Flash Plus"
Spoiler!

TRX40 DESIGNARE (XL-ATX) : Infineon XDPE132G5C 16 (16+0) , 16 * Infineon TDA21472 70A VCORE --- dual BIOS , "Q-Flash Plus"
TRX40 Aorus Master (E-ATX) : Infineon XDPE132G5C 16 (16+0) , 16 * Infineon TDA21472 70A VCORE --- dual BIOS with switch , "Q-Flash Plus"

TRX40 Aorus Pro WIFI (ATX) : Infineon XDPE132G5C 16 (16+0) , 12 * Infineon TDA21472 70A VCORE --- dual BIOS , "Q-Flash Plus" (note it is missing a Debug code LED compared to other TRX40 boards)


MSI
Creator TRX40 (E-ATX): 16X TDA21472 (70A) VCORE via Infineon XDPE132G5C PWM (direct) --- Flash BIOS button
TRX40 PRO 10G (ATX): 12x ISL99390B (90A) via doubling PWM ISL69247IRAZ-T7A with ISL6617 doublers --- Flash BIOS button
TRX40 PRO WIFI (ATX): 12x ISL99390B (90A) via doubling PWM ISL69247IRAZ-T7A with ISL6617 doublers --- Flash BIOS button


See also incomplete and possibly inaccurate article: https://www.anandtech.com/show/15121...rd-overview-/2

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Anyone knows why gigabyte x299x uses doublers while their trx40 uses true phases? Amd is more intensive than intel?
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Btw xtreme, designire and master seems to have the same power delivery. Which is good
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Anyone knows why gigabyte x299x uses doublers while their trx40 uses true phases? Amd is more intensive than intel?
it is said that there are conflicts between x299 and that controller.
while msi has chosen isl for x299 direct controll.
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is there some reviews on those mobos?
I'm pretty interested to see if all mobos can handle a full load for hours without throttling like happened on X570 mobos.

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I like the Aorus Extreme the best so far... maybe I'll give Gigabyte a try this time around. Never had a Gigabyte mobo. Can't seem to find a price so far, though.

Also appreciate that MSI made the creator board less ugly lol.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Hydroplane View Post
I like the Aorus Extreme the best so far... maybe I'll give Gigabyte a try this time around. Never had a Gigabyte mobo. Can't seem to find a price so far, though.

Also appreciate that MSI made the creator board less ugly lol.
What make you say that aorus is the best?
Is there some special feature? Some special VRM design?

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Quote: Originally Posted by sblantipodi View Post
What make you say that aorus is the best?
Is there some special feature? Some special VRM design?
I think it's pretty LOL... well I own an Asus board and an EVGA board so figure I would try Gigabyte or Asrock this time, of the two I like Gigabyte better

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Quote: Originally Posted by sblantipodi View Post
What make you say that aorus is the best?
Is there some special feature? Some special VRM design?
I think it's pretty LOL... well I own an Asus board and an EVGA board so figure I would try Gigabyte or Asrock this time, of the two I like Gigabyte better [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/thumb.gif[/IMG]
I don't think that those are valid reasons to say that gigabyte is the best but ok, who am I to judge 😁

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