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|02-18-2020 08:57 AM|
|02-18-2020 05:11 AM|
|bonomork||I'm still on 1103 bios (2700X) and all is fine. Do you think worth to upgrade it and if so to which version ?|
|02-17-2020 10:13 PM|
kernel: mce: [Hardware Error]: CPU 0: Machine Check: 0 Bank 22: faa000000000080b
kernel: mce: [Hardware Error]: TSC 0 MISC d012000200000000 SYND 5d000000 IPID 1002e00000002
kernel: mce: [Hardware Error]: PROCESSOR 2:800f82 TIME 1581941715 SOCKET 0 APIC 0 microcode 800820d
kernel: mce: [Hardware Error]: CPU 10: Machine Check: 0 Bank 5: bea0000000000108
kernel: mce: [Hardware Error]: TSC 0 ADDR 1ffffb5a17a24 MISC d012000100000000 SYND 4d000000 IPID 500b000000000
kernel: mce: [Hardware Error]: PROCESSOR 2:800f82 TIME 1581941715 SOCKET 0 APIC 5 microcode 800820d
kernel: mce: [Hardware Error]: CPU 12: Machine Check: 0 Bank 5: bea0000000000108
kernel: mce: [Hardware Error]: TSC 0 ADDR 1ffffb568bf9e MISC d012000100000000 SYND 4d000000 IPID 500b000000000
kernel: mce: [Hardware Error]: PROCESSOR 2:800f82 TIME 1581941715 SOCKET 0 APIC 9 microcode 800820d
I hope it's a fluke (or cosmic rays...) because I really don't feel like getting into hardware/stability testing again.
|02-17-2020 09:15 AM|
|lordzed83||I can say I'm having no problems with 3004. That's why I'm not posting much everything works|
|02-16-2020 03:17 AM|
|crakej||I've had no trouble with fans for some time....|
|02-15-2020 04:00 PM|
Me neither, this seems to be a very solid BIOS for me and i am still rocking my 2600x.
The only "problem" i have is that 3466 MHz is not stable anymore for some reason. No matter what setting i use 3466 MHz can pass TM5 but Windows and games crash.. Maybe the CPU degraded? I am running stock clocks though.
|02-15-2020 06:55 AM|
My rig has not had downtime since 07/02/20, I've not experienced issues of fan control on UEFI 3004.
CPU_OPT & CPU_FAN to power and provide PWM to Silent Wings 3 140mm 1000 rpm fans.
CHA_FAN1 & CHA_FAN3 provide PWM via 2x 4in1 cables to 7x Arctic Cooling F12 PWM fans, power is via molex on the 4 in 1 cable.
H_AMP provides PWM to EK D5 pump and is powered by molex.
I use Water_In and Water_Out for 2 temperature sensors in water loop, T_Sensor to measure case air intake temperature.
In UEFI all fans/pump are set as PWM, have custom fan profiles, CPU_OPT & CPU_FAN based on CPU temperature and everything else Water_In.
|02-15-2020 05:28 AM|
The Software that comes with it, "Aquasuite", allows you to do a lot of really powerful things, like if you wanted to take 2 Temperature Probes, plug them into the Quadro, stick one in front of the Front Intake, and One after the Exhaust, you can create a Temperature Differential Virtual Sensor between the 2, and then base your fan curves off of that. Once your Curves are setup you never have to open Aquasuite again if you don't want to, and your fan curves will just work.
The Aquaero is more powerful in this regard because it will actually do the processing necessary for those virtual sensors on board of the Aquaero, meaning you could even disconnect its USB, and boot into Linux and its fan curves will still work, but if you do all your work in Windows, The Quadro will be enough for most people.
You will no longer have any fan malfunctions, and there is no limit, either High or Low, on how you set your fan curve. You also can import ANY sensor off of HWinfo, or direct from your Mobo, that you want to base your Fan Curve off of, and can do really cool things like set a fan to only turn on at all once a certain temperature is reached, or to have all your fan curves respond to which ever temperature in your system is highest, literally the possibilities are endless. This is the sole reason You see me no longer in here b***hing about ASUS' bugged fan Controller and Super IO Chip, I decided to just stop using it and got something MUCH better.
|02-15-2020 03:10 AM|
|02-13-2020 09:09 PM|
Couldn't agree more - I don't use it for OCing either! I occasionally run it for monitoring only.
I've tested more by going back to default settings for EVERYTHING, but it fails there too. After doing that test, my fastest core CHANGED on CCD1. I've always had more problems than most with RM, but after updating to latest version I'm having all these failures, so starting to think this is hardware related. I could pop my 1700x and test that, but my board isn't old and not been messed around with like my 'old' CH7.
Guess if I have to RMA the CPU I'll get another go at the IMC and CCD 'Lottery', though like all lotteries, you can lose!
Also experimented with my XMP profiles earlier, but neither of them work with 4 dimms With 2 dimms I could OC memory to 4600MTs as well as my XMP speeds (4266, 4400MTs). Any advice on using 4 b-die dimms instead of 2? Working well at 3733CL14 though so not too fussed, the with OCing i was close to 70ns while running 4400/4600
I am back on 2901 now... is any modded bios in sight? With spectrum and HPET options?
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