Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited


This user doesn't have any awards

About phongle123

  • Title

Recent Profile Visitors

1,472 profile views
  1. Ahh. I thought it was just a software and I thought chipset driver meant BIOS update. I was so confused. Thanks for clearing that up. Thanks all for the help!
  2. @JoostinOnline @c00face Installing AMD Adrenaline worked. I installed Driver Easy and after as scanning saw an update for Nvidia Titan RTX which was 414MB. This seems like the geforce driver or is it the PCIe driver you were talking about? Joostin what are some of these updates you were talking about? I'd like to update them.
  3. Is this something that is updated for the RTX cards? Because my 1080 Ti works perfectly in the chipset slot.
  4. Please excuse me but I dont seem to understand. If it is a bug then wouldnt the 1080 Ti also not be detected just like the Titan RTX. Since they are both in the chipset x4 slot.
  5. As stated when plugged into the x16 CPU slots it works normally. When plugged into the chipset x4 slot it is not detected in: Afterburner, HWMonitor, Task Manager, or Device Manager. Titan RTX geforce drivers were manually installed beforehand.
  6. I do notice that in the chipset slot when the PC starts the GPU fans spin for a good 2s before the GPUs LED turns on. On the x16 CPU slot it both turns on at the same time. But that's the same for the 1080 Ti which works perfectly in the same chipset lane.
  7. Hello, I was doing some testing and noticed that when I plug my Titan RTX into the 3rd full size PCIe slot of the ASRock x370 Taichi which is PCIe 2.0 x4 from the chipset. The PC will start up as if no drivers are installed. This is because no GPU is detected when the Titan RTX is plugged into this slot. When I move it up to one of the x16 slots it will function normally. When I replace the card with my 1080 Ti in the PCIe 2.0 x4 Chipset slot it will function normally as well. Driver installs and GPU is detected. I don't want a "Just use it in the x16 slot" that's not the point. I just want to discuss why this is like this. I read a review about the RTX 2080 Ti PCIe scaling in 2.0 x4, 3.0 x8, 3.0 x16, etc. So it seems like the RTX cards function normally on x4. This may have something to do with the Titan RTX. Googling up Titan RTX x4 slot and likewise doesnt bring up any results. Does anyone want to chime in on this?
  8. phongle123

    ASRock X370 Taichi Solid Green LED, won't turn on

    Ordered a used MB to test instead of waiting another month for RMA to send me another one. It is indeed a dead board.
  9. phongle123

    ASRock X370 Taichi Solid Green LED, won't turn on

    I have tried all of the typical things. Believe me. I've tried it with many combinations.
  10. phongle123

    ASRock X370 Taichi Solid Green LED, won't turn on

    Plugged it in with no hardware with multiple working PSUs. Same problem. It should still turn in and show debug codes with just the 24 pin. I'm also still using the MB inside of its foam that is used to protect the motherboard. I did not put it in a case bc I wanted to test it. Is that a problem?
  11. Hello. I got an RMA for a ASRock X370 Taichi which had flashing blue LEDs and Google deems that the MB was dead. Fast forward and the new RMA arrived today and now the LEDs are a solid green. It won't turn on at all. Fans, RAM LEDs, AIO LEDs, nothing will turn on. I cant find anything on Google about a solid Green LED coming from the motherboard. I have used 2 PSUs which work fine on other systems.
  12. After reading some more, it's to my knowledge that current Ryzen has 32 lanes. **CORRECT ME IF IM WRONG** 24 CPU Lanes and 8 PCH Lanes. 16 (8+8) CPU dedicated to Graphics. 4 CPU dedicated to M.2 (but is it really dedicated or is just 4 free lanes, but AMD expects you to use an M.2?) 4 CPU dedicated to connect the SOC to Chipset (which means you lose these 4 lanes?) 4 PCH dedicated to Wi-Fi card and USBs. 4 PCH lanes free. ------So to conclude, you technically only have 16 (8+8) CPU lanes for graphics and an extra 4 PCH lanes? From reading about X570 it is stating 40 lanes total. Which means an extra 8 lanes for X570 MBs. This is not confirmed though.
  13. I saw that in the Engineering Sample for the X570 Aorus Xtreme. However, when I looked at the product page I did not see it. @_Syn_ also This is not a statement but a question: each GPU has 2x8 pins which supply 150W of power each for a total of 300W + 75W from the MB. The GPU doesn't reach 300W from my Google Searches of reviews showing: idle, stress, and gaming benchmarks of power consumption. So shouldn't the 2x 8 pins be able to handle all of that power and the MB shouldn't even need to supply power?
  14. Another worry is if this will fry the motherboard as there are no Molex or 6 pin power to give additional power to the GPUs. These will all be 280W TDP GPUs
  15. To clarify, maybe I was not clear. I want to do 2 way SLI + 3rd + 4th GPU. 3rd and 4th GPU are NOT in SLI. Plus this is not for gaming. I just want to know if Ryzen has enough lanes to support this.