https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N9X2YYN/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 this one.Can I ask which Noctua cooler that is on your board? Also, does it cover the first RAM slot? I can't quite see from this angle.
BIOS Overclocking section the memory is always in hex.Not sure that new bios is working right. All my memory timing settings seem to be in hex now.
5800X yes if running boost up to 5200Mhz I get errors. OK at 5100Mhz.Has someone who installed 5800x any issue with the board?
Hey everyone I've made some progress with this issue, of my BSOD's and crashing at 100% stock.
I've established that the CPU at 100% 'BIOS Optimised' STOCK settings, fails stress testing in Prime95, one of the workers fail nearly immediately.
I did some playing around in the BIOS and found that this MSI motherboard has a 'GAME MODE' which, when enabled provides a +600mhz overclock. I had a look at the settings it changes -
I had a look at what 'PSS' does and it's what MSI have renamed AMD Cool n Quiet.
- CPU Ratio from AUTO > 42x
- CPU Smart Fan Controls > DISABLED
- PSS Support (Enable or Disable the generation of ACPI _PPC, _PPS and _PCT objects) ENABLED to DISABLED.
After enabling 'GAME MODE' and having a full time overclock, the CPU is 100% stable in Windows, in stress testing and games and there is absolutely 0 issues. No random BSODs and blue screens.
I turned everything back to BIOS Optimised stock, and turned off PSS manually, but the BSOD issues still remained.
What I don't understand is, why is the CPU working fine OVERCLOCKED, at an overclocked clock of 4.2ghz, but not at it's base clock of 3.6ghz, all AUTO voltages, and BIOS defaults except for GAME MODE enabled. I'm beginning to think this isn't a CPU issue at all, but a motherboard one.
Hey mate, I should have listened to you initially, the CPU was 100% faulty. As soon as I bought a replacement 5600X and put it in, all I did was reset the BIOS and the system is 110% stable with absolutely no issues whatsoever. I've sent the old 3700X for RMA.I have already told you that your CPU is faulty ....
Turns out my CPU was faulty, see the above. As soon as I replaced the CPU, all my problems went away.I seems to have the same issue, getting hard reboots (no info in windows) with xmp on or off, doesn't matter. Running version 140 of bios but I tried all beta bioses. It seems the only way system is stable is when I do "game mode" in bios and that sets voltage to 1.337 on every core (is it leet, really...) which I guess is stable? Even with xmp on it works while xmp on would crash immediately after getting into desktop and getting idle. Is it bad chip? I can still return and replace it...
Interesting,you called me a liar without even understanding what I said.It does not make what I said untrue.That's simply not true. As per someone elses suggestion, clearing CMOS did the trick and brought all the settings back to decimal values. I have never set memory timings in hex in my life.
I just copy and pasted a post I made before.
Your looking at the wrong section of what I posted. Still interesting you did not get it even after screen shots were posted by two different people .It does not make what I said untrue.
Well since it was me originally having a problem with the section I was talking about, and everyone else responding about a different section, it's not really me that's at fault, is it?iggy2k : same here ... but you looking AT THE WRONG SECTION !
we are talking about "SETTINGS" THAN AMD OVERCLOCKING , look the screenshots again ...