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post #2461 of 2848 (permalink) Old 02-17-2019, 09:30 AM
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Has anyone tried out the F8g beta for the Aorus Master? I can't find any info online about it besides the fact that it exists and is a build that's about two weeks newer than the currently released F8e.
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Has anyone tried out the F8g beta for the Aorus Master? I can't find any info online about it besides the fact that it exists and is a build that's about two weeks newer than the currently released F8e.
Been using it for 2 weeks. No problems to report with it.

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Did it fix the offset issue where switching back to normal caused problems?

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Did it fix the offset issue where switching back to normal caused problems?
No. Gigabyte support told me that they were still investigating the issue. That was about 10 days ago.
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No. Gigabyte support told me that they were still investigating the issue. That was about 10 days ago.
The problem is in the base code from AMI, and I don't know if if the ODM's can simply write new code to avoid it. It's not directly Gigabyte's fault, although I'm sure Asus found a way to avoid this.
If you unlock "Overclocking Performance Menu" (either on desktops or laptops) and gain "Pure" access to static and offset voltage modes, you can see that you can enter an "offset" voltage in both adaptive and override (static) voltage modes, and if you change from adaptive to override, the offset you previously entered is still there. It isn't set to "0" when you change from adaptive to override mode. Except in override mode, the "additional turbo voltage" option vanishes. I assume Asus automatically sets this to 0 in their UEFI (of course you can't exactly access "overclocking performance menu" on desktops unless you do some serious bios hacking).

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Has anyone encountered any issues running RAM not listed in the supported list for the specific mobo? I did a while back with a G1 gaming, the PC randomly shutoff. I currently want to swap out my mobo for something a little better as im having issues with power delivery for OCing but I'm afraid to run into the same problems since my current ram inst listed as the supported sticks for the aorus master.

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Memory Choice help Needed:

I am looking at some GSkill F4-3600C16Q-32GTZR or some Gskill F4-3200C14Q-32GTZR they do not appear in the QVL for this board however the memory maker states compatibility.

Should I be looking at these or something else? Amnyone any experience with them and what sort of results can I expect?

I am pairing with a I9-9900k an want to O'clock CPU and Mem..

All advice appreciated

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Quote: Originally Posted by Yomny View Post
Has anyone encountered any issues running RAM not listed in the supported list for the specific mobo? I did a while back with a G1 gaming, the PC randomly shutoff. I currently want to swap out my mobo for something a little better as im having issues with power delivery for OCing but I'm afraid to run into the same problems since my current ram inst listed as the supported sticks for the aorus master.

Thanks for your input.

G.SKILL 4GB 1Rx8 F4-3000C15Q-16GVR SS 15-15-15-35 1.35v v v v v 2133
G.SKILL 8GB 2Rx8 F4-3000C15Q-32GRK DS 15-15-15-35 1.35v v v v v 2133
G.SKILL 8GB 1Rx8 F4-3000C15Q2-64GVR SS 15-15-15-35 1.35v v v v v 2133
G.SKILL 8GB 1Rx8 F4-3000C16D-16GTZR SS 16-18-18-38 1.35v v v v v 2133
G.SKILL 16GB 2Rx8 F4-3000C14Q2-128GVKD DS 14-14-14-34 1.35v v v v v 2133

All the different CAS Latencies are listed, so I'm sure your RAM will work just fine.

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Memory Choice help Needed:

I am looking at some GSkill F4-3600C16Q-32GTZR or some Gskill F4-3200C14Q-32GTZR they do not appear in the QVL for this board however the memory maker states compatibility.

Should I be looking at these or something else? Amnyone any experience with them and what sort of results can I expect?

I am pairing with a I9-9900k an want to O'clock CPU and Mem..

All advice appreciated

Cheers

If the same CAS Latency is listed in the QVL but a different model then you can be sure the RAM will be compatible. I would go with the Gskill F4-3200C14Q-32GTZR.

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Thanks Mag32 that's what i was kinda hoping now to try and find some LOL

On a different note how would I control 9 RGB fans (thinking of the Vardar RGB 120mm) I believe these to be none addressable and I assume just link them up? I see there is various options on the board for addressable RGB etc.

I think the Vardars are none addressable and I am unaware of the need for a hub (but I could be wrong)

My other option is to go with the Thermaltake TRIO RGB and their Hub pro so that I can control the whole shooting match via the Auros software and all synced.

am thinking option A is better as the fans have a much higher static pressure just not sure how it all works.


Really sorry for the mega noob question...
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This is a 9900k with my Z390 Aorus Master.

5.1GHZ CPU, 4.7GHZ cache, 4133MHZ memory 17-17-17-40 2T, -.055 Offset IA AC Loadline 0, IA DC Loadline 0, Prime95 and RamTest Stable.

I get about 72C 1344 FFT's in Prime95.
Thank you for this, I copied your settings (from the images) and my system is now stable at 5.1 Ghz too so far ... I had to give a slight voltage boost, but temps are managable.
(settings apart from memory, as I only have it running at 3600).

Still gonna put it through some more testing to see if all is stable but it is looking good. Way more stable that i was at 5.1 with different settings.

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