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07-07-2020 11:24 PM
ManniX-ITA
Quote: Originally Posted by xenolith View Post
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Any fan/pump header on the GIGABYTE X570 AORUS MASTER that provides 3 amps? I have a Koolance PMP-500 pump that requires a 3 amp power source. I don't want to connect it directly to the PSU because it's too damn loud, and I'll need to control its speed though the UEFI.
Hard to say, there's no spec for the fan headers. But I'd avoid it; very likely 3 amps are going to burn the port and possibly the board.
Do you really need to adjust the speed?
I'd just use a molex voltage reducer with a knob and set it at the highest speed till it's still quiet.
Unless you have a giant loop at half speed that pump should be already well enough.
07-07-2020 09:28 PM
Spectre73
Quote: Originally Posted by Gabriel Luchina View Post
Hi Morph3R, I am using the F20b version without any problems. I don't overclock, I just enable XMP for my 4000Mhz DDR4 and so far everything is fine.

My configuration is an X570 Master (rev 1.0) + 3950X + Corsair DDR4 Dominator 32 Gb 4000Mhz.
So is your memory running at 4000Mhz? Because that would be an awful idea with ryzen. Do yourself a favor and try 3600MHz and, if possible, 3800MHz with a 1:1 ratio of FCLK and MEMCLK (look in ryzen master to verify).
07-07-2020 05:44 PM
xenolith Question

Any fan/pump header on the GIGABYTE X570 AORUS MASTER that provides 3 amps? I have a Koolance PMP-500 pump that requires a 3 amp power source. I don't want to connect it directly to the PSU because it's too damn loud, and I'll need to control its speed though the UEFI.
07-07-2020 05:34 PM
Carbonic
Quote: Originally Posted by pschorr1123 View Post
Best advice is "If it aint't broke, don"t fix it".

Only need to update bios if it fixes any issues or bugs that you currently have.

Edit: wanted to add also needed to flash to newer bios to support newer CPU ie Ryzen 4000 series eventually
That IS a good policy but since the Master has 2 bios chips (and thus bricking not really being an issue) I personally don't see why I should not update the BIOS once in a while for some potential "maybe hard to quantify" stability and performance gains.
I'm running F20b and it seems to run fine.
07-07-2020 04:03 PM
Gabriel Luchina
Quote: Originally Posted by Morph3R View Post
Is anyone on F20b with Master board? Does it make sense to upgrade from F12g?
I'm not overclocking, only XMP and ErP, I just need a stable and responsive PC.
Hi Morph3R, I am using the F20b version without any problems. I don't overclock, I just enable XMP for my 4000Mhz DDR4 and so far everything is fine.

My configuration is an X570 Master (rev 1.0) + 3950X + Corsair DDR4 Dominator 32 Gb 4000Mhz.
07-07-2020 03:15 PM
scaramonga
Quote: Originally Posted by ahmetfx View Post
All Gigabyte X570 motherboard owners... I've found a trick to full control chipset PCH fan. If you'd like to have a dead silence system like me, try this:
I force mine on FULL anyway, 24/7, as it's barely audible at any level. In fact, I had to actually look through the gaps to see if its actually spinning at all, which it is. I also got rid of the rubbish thermal pad and replaced before I fitted in system.
07-07-2020 01:23 PM
pschorr1123
Quote: Originally Posted by Morph3R View Post
Is anyone on F20b with Master board? Does it make sense to upgrade from F12g?
I'm not overclocking, only XMP and ErP, I just need a stable and responsive PC.
Best advice is "If it aint't broke, don"t fix it".

Only need to update bios if it fixes any issues or bugs that you currently have.

Edit: wanted to add also needed to flash to newer bios to support newer CPU ie Ryzen 4000 series eventually
07-07-2020 01:19 PM
Morph3R Is anyone on F20b with Master board? Does it make sense to upgrade from F12g?
I'm not overclocking, only XMP and ErP, I just need a stable and responsive PC.
07-07-2020 10:58 AM
Skolo!
Quote: Originally Posted by Ketsu3 View Post
Is the bios for the X570 Aorus Master F20b on the official site still in beta? How to distinguish stable versions from beta versions?
Stable without letter at the end. F10, F11 - stable, F12g - beta.
07-07-2020 10:46 AM
Ketsu3 Is the bios for the X570 Aorus Master F20b on the official site still in beta? How to distinguish stable versions from beta versions?
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