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10-22-2019 08:13 PM
Leemarvin
Quote: Originally Posted by pschorr1123 View Post
Download Ryzen Master to view Ram speed and timings

To view Chipset temp look under IT8688E Sensor in HWiNFO64 Not sure what the higher temp shown under Gigabyte is perhaps its the Hot Spot temp similar to GPUs if your temp is 74 under the IT8668E sensor as shown in pic then you really need to work on air flow or add a separate fan and aim towards the chipset

NVMEs get really hot. Did you remove the blue film on the heatsink from the motherboard before installing nvme? IF you did then look into better airflow
thanks man...
10-22-2019 06:53 PM
dansi Im surprised your X ryzen also do not have the good old amd overclocking menu. I thought mine was missing because im using a G ryzen.

Guess the 2000 zen+ bios support is half arse in x570. Not so backwards compatibility is not so...
10-22-2019 04:59 PM
Speedster159
Quote: Originally Posted by timOC83 View Post
Don't have that menu on x570 master f7e with 2700x.

Flashed secondary BIOS back to f4 to be sure it wasn't accidentally patched out. No luck there.
... No idea what it could be then, other users or the Gigabyte rep might help.

Or try back reading a couple pages, I recall someone had a similar issue.
10-22-2019 04:17 PM
timOC83
Quote: Originally Posted by Speedster159 View Post
I'm using the X570 Aorus Pro Wifi with the latest F6e BIOS posted on this thread.

EDIT: Photos never finished uploading..
Don't have that menu on x570 master f7e with 2700x.

Flashed secondary BIOS back to f4 to be sure it wasn't accidentally patched out. No luck there.
10-22-2019 03:10 PM
Speedster159 Does the audio trace rgb on your boards look impressive at all? Mine looks... underwhelming.

It only really get's lit up on red, and when using blue and green it's completely out and all that's left is the coming form behind the board.
10-22-2019 02:59 PM
pschorr1123
Quote: Originally Posted by Leemarvin View Post
Hi I've bought the X570 I AORUS PRO WIFI (rev. 1.0) | Motherboard recently and I'm having three issues:

1. I can't really tell if it's using the XMP profile from my RAM (3000), it says in BIOS that it's using it, but I've never saw them reaching that speed. How can I check it to be sure?

2. The Chipset temps are really high, hoverin 74° and such in idle.

3. The main SSD temps are horrendous, even with the big heatsink that comes with and the chipset heatsink above, around 60°/65° when idle. On the other hand the SSD in the back, while hot, it's around 45°50°.

These are the componenets of my RIG:

LIAN LI PC-Q39
Gigabyte X570 I AORUS PRO WIFI
AMD Ryzen 3900x
NXZT Kraken X52
Corsair Vengeance LPX 64GB
AORUS NVMe Gen4 SSD 2TB (under the chipset heatsink)
SSD M2 NVMe INTEL 660p 2TB (in the back of the mobo)
1 HDD WDBlack 4 TB
ASUS STRIX 1080 ti
Corsair SF600



...and yes I know that my CASE is horrible for temps and doesn't have fans, but yet I thought that you could have this new GEN4 SSDs in even smaller cases like the Louqe, Sabre and similar.
What is the level of risk of operating with this temps constantly? any solution or idea will be more than welcome, if not I'm thinking of selling this new SSD or even leave the ITX stuff for goo
Download Ryzen Master to view Ram speed and timings

To view Chipset temp look under IT8688E Sensor in HWiNFO64 Not sure what the higher temp shown under Gigabyte is perhaps its the Hot Spot temp similar to GPUs if your temp is 74 under the IT8668E sensor as shown in pic then you really need to work on air flow or add a separate fan and aim towards the chipset

NVMEs get really hot. Did you remove the blue film on the heatsink from the motherboard before installing nvme? IF you did then look into better airflow
10-22-2019 01:39 PM
Sn0ops Does somebody know what are those PCI Express Root ports are and why there are listed?
And why I see the Sata Ports here?

At the moment only have a Samsung NVME 970 Plus installed on my x570.
When compared with my x470 Crosshair Board on a 2700x, neither my Sataports, either PCI Express Root ports have been listed.

Thanks for support


System Info:

Ryzen 3600
X570 Aorus Elite
RTX 2070 Super (DCH Driver - 436.48)
32 GB Ram Crucial Ballistik (3000 CL15 -> [email protected] MHZ / CL16 -> Micron E Die
Samsung NVME 970 Plus (500 GB) (Slot 1 > Direct connected to CPU)
Corsair SFX 600W Platinum
Win 10: 18362.418 - 1903
BIOS: F5B
10-22-2019 01:32 PM
Sn0ops @GBT-MatthewH FYI - on latest Beta Bios F5F for x570 Elite I had one Blue Screen in Windows and a lot of stuttering in CS GO. Other game have been running well.
-> I did not had any problems on the other BIOS Versions. Right now im back on 5B -> erverything is buttery smooth.

System Info:

Ryzen 3600
X570 Aorus Elite
RTX 2070 Super (DCH Driver - 436.48)
32 GB Ram Crucial Ballistik (3000 CL15 -> [email protected] MHZ / CL16 -> Micron E Die
Samsung NVME 970 Plus (500 GB) (Slot 1 > Direct connected to CPU)
Corsair SFX 600W Platinum
Win 10: 18362.418 - 1903
BIOS: F5B

Changed in BIOS:
-manual OC of RAM with safe settings from dram calculator
-fast boot enabled
-spread spectrum disabled, BCLK: 100 mhz
10-22-2019 01:28 PM
Speedster159
Quote: Originally Posted by timOC83 View Post
There is no such menu.



You cant really set anything concerning power limits in AMD CBS. Also, there is no AMD overclocking menu.



So, hoping for AGESA 1.0.0.4 to include an unified AMD overclocking menu seems to be my only option?
I'm using the X570 Aorus Pro Wifi with the latest F6e BIOS posted on this thread.

EDIT: Photos never finished uploading..
10-22-2019 12:58 PM
timOC83
Quote: Originally Posted by Speedster159 View Post
You could just go to the PBO menu, put the limits to "Motherboard" which maxes out all the PBO limits.
There is no such menu.

Quote: Originally Posted by pal View Post
Take a look in AmD CBS.
I suggest you do not tweek nothing in Amd overclocking menu.
You cant really set anything concerning power limits in AMD CBS. Also, there is no AMD overclocking menu.

Quote: Originally Posted by dansi View Post
I think zen+ is not fully supported on x570, at least on gigabyte ones i have.
So, hoping for AGESA 1.0.0.4 to include an unified AMD overclocking menu seems to be my only option?
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