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11-21-2019 10:44 PM
Ice009 Hey guys, I don't have time to read through the whole thread, but I am can get one of these boards (Asus Crosshair 6 Extreme) for a decent price compared to the cost of a even a mid-range newer platform board, but would this board be OK for the newer higher end Ryzen 3xxx series CPUs? I was going to start with either a 2700X or a 3600 and eventually move to a 39xx CPU when I can afford one.

Also, is it OK for 64GB of RAM. I plan to start wtih 2 x 16GB kits of RAM and then maybe upgrade to another 2 x 16GB sticks when I can afford it for a total of 64GB of RAM. Should I be looking at a newer platform board even if I can only afford a mid-range MB at best on it?

Also, are these MBs capable of PCI-e 4.0? If not, are any other non-X570 MBs capable of it?
11-21-2019 06:49 PM
The Sandman
Quote: Originally Posted by buyology View Post
Hey guys i have a question.


I'm setting the dram voltage to 1.35v on bios but when i'm checking it from HWinfo, it's always show higher than i set. Is that a sensor problem?
As mentioned yes it is the sensor. More here https://www.overclock.net/forum/10-a...-info-db.html# under "Super IO Chip" link part way down.



An easy fix is simply measure under load at the ProBelt Points using a MM (pg 1-32 in manual).
Compare meter value to HWinfo than input a negative offset voltage under "Customize values" in HWinfo.
I've done this to all my ProBelt points. It doesn't change a dang thing... but it makes me feel better
11-21-2019 04:54 PM
roco_smith
Quote: Originally Posted by Sideways2k View Post
It will. I have the same kit. On both my old 1700X and 2700X neither CPU would allow me to go past 3200Mhz.

Now I run at 3600Mhz fast timings CL16 @ 1.4v with 1800 FCLK. I'm getting a 3700X after xmas as I lost silicon lottery with this 3600, so hoping that will have a memory controller that will let me push 3733Mhz.
In my Crosshair VI Extreme Ryzen 3900X on samsung BDIE my memory kit 8GB x4 stable even at 3900MHZ but with some tweaks of Ryzen Dram Calculator and keeping the FLCK at 1900
11-21-2019 03:59 PM
CentroX
Quote: Originally Posted by CDub07 View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by Sonyswarm View Post
Looks like Asus removed the C6H from their ROG forum description of AM4 boards. Should we move on? I have a 3900X but I still want support, what are chances that Asus stops updating bios for this board?
Quote: Originally Posted by Takla View Post
more like they hit the limit on how long the forum name could be and so they opted for the 2 newest boards instead.
I think this board has reached EOL. Asus has no incentive to keep putting resources into this board as AMD itself does not recognize X370 chipset as 3000 series compatible. We are simply a asterisk. Pretty sure it a waiting game now to see which motherboard maker bails on X370 as the others will certain point out they still support the chipset.
Jesus man. MSI just released 1.0.0.4 for their B350 boards. Have some faith.
11-21-2019 03:46 PM
mito1172 bios support does not end yet because there is 3900x in processor support list
11-21-2019 03:09 PM
herericc
Quote: Originally Posted by CDub07 View Post
I think this board has reached EOL. Asus has no incentive to keep putting resources into this board as AMD itself does not recognize X370 chipset as 3000 series compatible. We are simply a asterisk. Pretty sure it a waiting game now to see which motherboard maker bails on X370 as the others will certain point out they still support the chipset.
Pretty sure ASUS removed the X370 description from the forum name the moment the CH7 dropped so I wouldn't worry just yet. Not many boards from any manufacturer has 1.0.0.4 yet, just be patient holy moley!
11-21-2019 03:08 PM
Sideways2k
Quote: Originally Posted by BUFUMAN View Post
Hmm i have Samsung B-Die - Trident Z 3200CL14 kit. (F4-3200C14D-16GTZ)
It's at the list
Ram speed ist at 3333Mhz CL14.

I hope the cpu change will sort this issue out.

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It will. I have the same kit. On both my old 1700X and 2700X neither CPU would allow me to go past 3200Mhz.

Now I run at 3600Mhz fast timings CL16 @ 1.4v with 1800 FCLK. I'm getting a 3700X after xmas as I lost silicon lottery with this 3600, so hoping that will have a memory controller that will let me push 3733Mhz.
11-21-2019 02:17 PM
CDub07
Quote: Originally Posted by Sonyswarm View Post
Looks like Asus removed the C6H from their ROG forum description of AM4 boards. Should we move on? I have a 3900X but I still want support, what are chances that Asus stops updating bios for this board?
Quote: Originally Posted by Takla View Post
more like they hit the limit on how long the forum name could be and so they opted for the 2 newest boards instead.
I think this board has reached EOL. Asus has no incentive to keep putting resources into this board as AMD itself does not recognize X370 chipset as 3000 series compatible. We are simply a asterisk. Pretty sure it a waiting game now to see which motherboard maker bails on X370 as the others will certain point out they still support the chipset.
11-21-2019 01:22 PM
BUFUMAN Hmm i have Samsung B-Die - Trident Z 3200CL14 kit. (F4-3200C14D-16GTZ)
It's at the list
Ram speed ist at 3333Mhz CL14.

I hope the cpu change will sort this issue out.

Gesendet von meinem LYA-L29 mit Tapatalk
11-21-2019 01:17 PM
Sideways2k
Quote: Originally Posted by maxrealliti View Post
I had the same problem, it was a problem of incompatibility of memory and BIOS on the motherboard, it was the BIOS problem for 2 years in the 1800x I had no problems after upgrading to 3800x I had to change the memory before that was with hynix chips, I had to change the problems to samung chips now no, official support gives recommendations only for these RAM bars https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards.../HelpDesk_QVL/, again this is exactly the problem of asus
RAM bars. They sound tasty! lol

I couldn't get my ram above 3200. But since getting a 3600 I can run my ram at 3600. It's just luck of the draw with the memory controllers on the CPU.
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