Join Date: Aug 2011
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You can also disable the asmedia chipset in the bios. If you're running nvme from pcie, then asmedia will do nothing since the only things the asmedia controllers control are sata3 and usb3. The pci controller is on your processor. The pch does the i/o on the board sans the wifi/bt, usb3.0, and audio.
I guess something else you can look at are the caps on the motherboard. If they're starting to peak, then they should be replaced. You also have the mosfets which can go out, but they're cooled pretty well with the heatsink and a sb-e/ib-e 6 core won't really do much to them unless you're shooting some serious volts through it. So, just inspect the board for any peaked caps or weird smells.
Other than that, it looks like everything else checks out, but I'd still pick up a power supply and see if that does the trick. Monitoring software can only show you so much, not to mention that it's not really precise nor accurate due to the large steppings (ever wonder why you always see 1.296, 1.304, 1.328, 1.344v etc.? Hexidecimal base 16.), slow refresh times, and the fact that it's getting it's measurements through a sensor on a motherboard rather than directly from the power supply. However, that's all we got, and it will at least give you something.
You won't get ripple measurements, mosfet temperatures, capacitor and resistor degradation, transient load response, etc. without using expensive lab equipment and taking the sucker apart. Lots of things can cause a psu to act flaky.
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