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07-09-2020 11:49 PM
Dan Hot Aorus Master X570 with F20b i have to downclock the IF from 1900 to 1833 :/

With the new F20 its nearly identic, 1900 now way, 1867 runs 1-4 hours then crash even with SoC1,15V and LLC SoC High :/
07-08-2020 01:49 PM
MakubeX
Quote: Originally Posted by kephrenTV View Post
Hey guys, I have 0C on my led on the mobo. My system looks pretty sable but I don't understand why? Normally it was showing AA.
You even overclocked the led on your mobo?! Hardcore.
07-08-2020 01:39 PM
kephrenTV Hey guys, I have 0C on my led on the mobo. My system looks pretty sable but I don't understand why? Normally it was showing AA.
07-04-2020 02:25 PM
Delta9k
Quote: Originally Posted by apxitektop View Post
Thx so much)), from Amazon will be difficult). But I using from today, this hardcore, and simple radiator, 30 mm, now I`ve 41-46 C, it`s about minus 20C
That's good to hear - those temps are much better and usable.
07-04-2020 02:33 AM
apxitektop
Quote: Originally Posted by Delta9k View Post
I don't have links for Ukraine shopping but, here are a couple suggestions. I have test installed these on a x570 Master in M2A, and they fit (really close) without interfering with the GPU back plate. If not using M2A you will need to use M2C. These are too tall to fit in M2B if you have a GPU in the top PCIeX16 slot.
Thx so much)), from Amazon will be difficult). But I using from today, this hardcore, and simple radiator, 30 mm, now I`ve 41-46 C, it`s about minus 20C
07-03-2020 12:48 PM
Delta9k
Quote: Originally Posted by apxitektop View Post
Thank you very much for your help))). Im architect, and use my PC for CAD and visualization, my profile on behance:
https://www.behance.net/Apxitektop
or www.instagram.com/architect_sokoloffski/
without radiators, because I bought this MB in the USA as garbage, its cost to me about $ 90. Without radiators, boxes and WiFI antennas
In Ukraine, maniac-wizards=) for another $ 120 =)) repaired this MB for me.
In my country, this MB costs about $ 550
if you need any help with the construction or design, and structural engeenering, contact with me, consultation is free )
Then I for sure would pick up a heat sink for your Evo plus (and any other SSDs you decide to get). I would put the heat sink on the Evo and leave it in M2A, and then if temps are still too high for comfort, move it.

I don't have links for Ukraine shopping but, here are a couple suggestions. I have test installed these on a x570 Master in M2A, and they fit (really close) without interfering with the GPU back plate. If not using M2A you will need to use M2C. These are too tall to fit in M2B if you have a GPU in the top PCIeX16 slot.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R2JPGCV...NsaWNrPXRydWU= ;

https://www.amazon.com/Heatsink-Cool...N1DE9QPCNBHCKD ;

https://www.amazon.com/EKWB-EK-M-2-D...KRP1CV7V0&th=1
07-03-2020 11:58 AM
apxitektop Thank you very much for your help))). Im architect, and use my PC for CAD and visualization, my profile on behance:
https://www.behance.net/Apxitektop
or www.instagram.com/architect_sokoloffski/
without radiators, because I bought this MB in the USA as garbage, its cost to me about $ 90. Without radiators, boxes and WiFI antennas
In Ukraine, maniac-wizards=) for another $ 120 =)) repaired this MB for me.
In my country, this MB costs about $ 550
if you need any help with the construction or design, and structural engeenering, contact with me, consultation is free )
07-03-2020 11:35 AM
Delta9k
Quote: Originally Posted by apxitektop View Post
I don’t have any radiators yet on m2 sockets,
I`ve m2 970 evo plus samsung, with 60-65C in default temperature, my ssd in first "M2A_socket", near CPU socket,
can i change location "970 evo plus" on M2C_Socket or M2B. Does will be a negative effect with m2 speed in this sockets?
The advantage of the M2A_socket is that the PCIe lanes are direct to the CPU. Where as the M2A_ & M2B_ sockets PCIe lanes are connected/linked through the x570 Chipset. The performance advantage you have with your Evo Plus being in "M2A_socket" really depends on the sort of workloads you're running. For regular desktop/gaming usage you will probably not notice any difference what-so-ever, unless all you do is run benchmarks. Even then it so small as to be completely negligible. Keep in mind though that when you use the chipset linked sockets (M2B_ & M2C_) for your SSD that other devices (dependent on the configuration) will be hanging off that link as well (SATA, USB, Ethernet etc.), and that could lead to bandwidth contention in some unlikely scenarios. For example if you install a second SSD in M2B and you are doing a lot of copying of data between the too.

TLDR; You will probably not feel any adverse impacts, except for extreme workload scenarios.

Now, regarding the statement you made about not having any radiators on your M.2 sockets. Does that mean you have not installed the included M.2 heat sinks, or that you are not using a third-party heat sink instead of the included heat sink? If it means that you are not using any heat sink at all (included or third-party), I would suggest that you definitely use the included heat sink at minimum. Especially in the M2A socket area, as you get a lot of radiant heat in that location coming from the GPU back plate, regardless if your using a reference blower or axial fan style cooler (with the later axial fan style coolers dumping even more heat in that area).
Whether or not you choose to use the included M.2 heat sinks, or go with a custom third-party model is another topic as it's subjective to the user experience. I have used both and found that the difference for me is negligible so, if there is one included I just use that. But that's just me. The point is, no matter what heat sink you choose, use one.
07-03-2020 09:41 AM
apxitektop I don’t have any radiators yet on m2 sockets,
I`ve m2 970 evo plus samsung, with 60-65C in default temperature, my ssd in first "M2A_socket", near CPU socket,
can i change location "970 evo plus" on M2C_Socket or M2B. Does will be a negative effect with m2 speed in this sockets?
06-27-2020 05:40 PM
jfrob75
Quote: Originally Posted by sleepel View Post
Hi, I currently have 3900X with X570 Master with F20a Bios.

I am currently using G.Skill Trident Z Royal 4 x 16GB 3200MHz CL16 (16-18-18-38) (Gold) and it doesn't work when XMP is enabled.

With 2 x 16GB installed, XMP works fine.

I can run 4 x 16GB without XMP enable.

Whenever I enabled XMP with 4 x 16GB, it just go black screen and reset the BIOS by itself after awhile.

Any idea why XMP doesn't work?
I have the Extreme MB and 2 sets of GSKILL Trident Z Neo 3600C16D - 32GTZN (16,16,16,36,52). When I installed all 4 dimms under DOCP (xmp) I had to raise the Vdimm voltage to something like 1.42 volts for it post and boot into windows. I have a Master as well but have not tried them in that MB yet. Getting 4DIMMS to work with the type of memory topology these MB's have can be rather problematic. I can push 2 DIMMS to 3800 with CL14 and tight timings but at a voltage of 1.52 volts. Can not push the 4DIMMS beyond their 3600 MHz speed but I am able to tighten the timings with higher voltage.


Checking the GB Master QVL memory list, I do not find your memory listed, which may be part of the issue. Mine are not the list for the Master or the Extreme which is probably why I have to use more voltage for the basic DOCP profile when using 4DIMMS. Any way hope this info helps.
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