Overclock.net - An Overclocking Community - Reply to Topic

Thread: (Gigabyte X570 AORUS Owners Thread) Reply to Thread
Title:
Message:

Register Now

In order to be able to post messages on the Overclock.net - An Overclocking Community forums, you must first register.
Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below.
User Name:
If you do not want to register, fill this field only and the name will be used as user name for your post.
Password
Please enter a password for your user account. Note that passwords are case-sensitive.
Password:
Confirm Password:
Email Address
Please enter a valid email address for yourself.
Email Address:

Log-in


  Additional Options
Miscellaneous Options

  Topic Review (Newest First)
10-18-2019 08:47 PM
Speedster159
Quote: Originally Posted by pal View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by Speedster159 View Post
Does anyone else here own a Pro/Pro Wifi/ or Ultra? What DRAM voltage are you getting right now with XMP which is usually 1.35V? I'm getting 1.380 on XMP and it's the same with XMP disabled and manually requesting for 1.350.


Iam using an Ultra (F6b), DRAM Voltage is set to 1.356V after loading XMP Profile.





It will not die. But I am getting the same on Pro set 1.35V it's reading 1.38v. you can lower ti 1.33V and you will get 1.35v readout.
I'm not worried about it dying since I'm going to overvolt to tighten the timings anyways.

Also read below.

Quote: Originally Posted by GBT-MatthewH View Post
This sounds about right. Whatever you set in BIOS will show higher than what you set manually. This is because the IC that reads voltage is placed before the CPU and not an reading of the actual voltage within the CPU. Once you account for impedance the actual voltage inside the CPU is slightly lower. If you hooked up a volt meter to the back of the CPU socket the reading would be closer to +.01x what you set.

Here are some quick tests we did:

Set: 1.2V, measured at socket = 1.217V
Set: 1.35V, measured at socket = 1.364V
Set: 1.37V, measured at socket = 1.382V
Set: 1.4V, measured at socket = 1.413

This begs the question - Why may others show a dead on value in BIOS/software if we can clearly see this is not accurate? This really goes back to why most people say software is so inaccurate. There are many variables.... It really comes down to where you place a sensor. Its also possible to create hidden offsets to account for impedance and make the numbers line up. We always show you what the sensor actually says. We do not put in "phantom" offsets to make things line up. This includes VRM temps, voltages, etc.
So me setting 1.350 and seeing 1.380 with fluctuation to 1.368 is normal... Okay. What board was those voltages tested on, and regardless of board model the final voltage should still be close to whatever you set it at regardless of what it reads right?

Is there anywhere behind the board I could probe dram voltages? I used to probe the caps or was it the chokes around the CPU socket on my Z77 OCF to get accurate VCore and other voltages.
10-18-2019 04:33 PM
gurusmi
Quote: Originally Posted by panni View Post
Are you sure you're looking at the correct temp sensor?
Both sensors are too high for doing nothing.

64,3°C shows the upper Temp, 49°C the lower one. CPU Temp alters between 33°C & 43°C. CCX Temp around 31°C. Speed is allcore 3875MHz. CPU Usage at around 1-2%. The Fans of the radiator alters speed all the time. I'm using a AlphaCool LT360 AiO in a beQuiet case mounted on top blowing the hot air out of the case. 6 * 140mm fans blows cold air into to get away the air through every possibility.

I'm just starting a cb20 to show heavy load temps.

Here's the second part after i did let run the cb20. I have to say that i did not stop unneeded background tasks. There was Opera, Excel, Outlook, Slack and some more running. Also i did not OC a lot. I activated some recommended switches (PBO to advanced, CPPC) and activated XMP.
10-18-2019 04:15 PM
panni
Quote: Originally Posted by gurusmi View Post
Hi together,

i own a Master. The temps for the chipset is too high (>60°C in Idle). I know that those are normal temps on that board. But i want to have them lower. So i plan to buy and install a chipset and vrm cooler (in a package along with a cpu cooler). But that set is produced for the Elite. So my question: Is the cooling area of an Elite equal to that one of a Master? In other words. Can i use that Elite VRM/PCH cooler for on a Master?
Are you sure you're looking at the correct temp sensor?
10-18-2019 03:42 PM
gurusmi Hi together,

i own a Master. The temps for the chipset is too high (>60°C in Idle). I know that those are normal temps on that board. But i want to have them lower. So i plan to buy and install a chipset and vrm cooler (in a package along with a cpu cooler). But that set is produced for the Elite. So my question: Is the cooling area of an Elite equal to that one of a Master? In other words. Can i use that Elite VRM/PCH cooler for on a Master?
10-18-2019 03:24 PM
LeVvE
Quote: Originally Posted by Moparman View Post
Has anyone been able to get raid to work on their x570 Master? I keep having issues with the drives not showing up once i set to raid. have zero issues on the Z390 master but the X570 isn't playing nice. Oh this is Ssd raid on sata not Nvme.
I assume you mean they don't show up when you try to install Windows?

You need to download the RAID driver from the motherboard website and load the driver at the same page as you chose drive during the install, after that the RAID shows up.
10-18-2019 02:26 PM
thedotlair Anybody got any experience of getting Wake on LAN (WOL) working with the x570 ULTRA?

Tried numerous combinations:
Reinstalling latest drivers from Intel and setting Wake on Magic Packet;
Disabling Fastboot;
Enabling/Disabling eRP in the BIOS (F6a);
Enabling the full network stack on the integrated Intel network card;
Checking through all firewall rules/logs (pfSense);
Checking through network switch configuration (HP v1910-24G POE);
Checking through wireless access point configuration (Ubiquiti AC-Lite);
Installing Windows Simple TCP Services (for Ports 7 and 9);
etc.
Still can't get the thing to acknowledge a WOL packet even when setting the SecureOn password to 12:34:56:78:90. Gigabyte support don't seem to know either, their only suggestion was eRP being disabled but still nothing
10-18-2019 02:23 PM
Moparman Has anyone been able to get raid to work on their x570 Master? I keep having issues with the drives not showing up once i set to raid. have zero issues on the Z390 master but the X570 isn't playing nice. Oh this is Ssd raid on sata not Nvme.
10-18-2019 01:32 PM
panni
Quote: Originally Posted by GBT-MatthewH View Post
Thank you, updated my historical BIOS post for X570 Pro
10-18-2019 01:21 PM
ktmrc8
Quote: Originally Posted by gabmzzn View Post
I may ask in what sensor you got the temperature drop? I tried doing the same thing on my Master with an old Artic MX-2 and I got an interesting result, the chipset temperature provided by the motherboard sensor (the lower temp one) remained quite in the same margin, but the sensor provided by the chipset itself (the higher temp one, which, also AIDA is reported as PCH Diode instead of Chipset) got the temperature disparity from 15c as it usually always has been since I purchased this motherboard to 7c of difference, for example right now in a not so chill room i'm having 54c in the mother sensor and 61c in the chipset sensor, while before it was always like 54c and 69-70c in the chipset sensor.

My observed 5-10 degree drop was from the lower temp sensor (the one the board uses to control the chipset fan speed). I use HwInfo and what I see right now is 57.1 degree C for the higher temp sensor and 47 degree C for the lower temp sensor. This is in a closed case with low-speed case fans and a GTX1080 that has fan stop for low power usage (so it can get warm). Since I was mainly concerned with the chipset fan, I didn't pay attention to the higher temp sensor previously.
10-18-2019 11:25 AM
pal nvm
This thread has more than 10 replies. Click here to review the whole thread.

Posting Rules  
You may post new threads
You may post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off