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phongle123

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  1. Over on the ASRock website for the x370 Taichi it says they support the Ryzen 3000 series chips with the latest BIOS (5.6) update and with the AMD All-in-One driver. I have installed the All-in-One Driver and works on my current Ryzen Chip (Non-3000). When I plug in the Ryzen 3000 chip I receive the Recovery Blue Screen. I can boot into safe mode which means it works. I am also using the latest driver since the setup checks for the latest driver. The latest driver during the check is also the 18.50.16.01 provided from the ASRock website. However, I still receive the recovery blue screen. Changing the CPU back the to the Ryzen 1000 works and changing it back to the Ryzen 3000 has the Recovery Blue Screen again. I have tried going back to the Ryzen 1000 and reinstalling the AMD All-in-One and putting the Ryzen 3000 back in. Version Date Size Update BIOS Under / How to Update Description Download 5.60 2019/7/3 8.02MB Instant Flash 1.Supports AMD next generation Ryzen™ processors 2.Update AMD AGESA Combo-AM4 1.0.0.1 * Please install "AMD all in 1 with VGA driver ver:18.50.16.01_WHQL" or a later version before updating to this BIOS. * If you updated the BIOS before updating the AMD all in one driver, please refer to the Display recovery SOP to recover your system. * If the current BIOS version is older than P5.10, please update BIOS to P5.10(PinnaclePI-AM4_1.0.0.6) before updating this version. * User will not able to flash previous BIOS once upgrading to this BIOS version. Global China
  2. The install was prior to 5.5 which was required before installing 5.5. Note that the same driver version is required for 5.5 and 5.6. This means that I didnt have to do a re-installation to update to 5.6. The 3xxx chip did not work BEFORE the re-installation. That was why I re-installed the driver. If it worked then I wouldn't have re-installed it and if it did cause the problem I would have stated it in the OP.
  3. I installed it prior to 5.5 and I re-installed it again after 5.6 and it automatically checked for the latest update during the re-installation. The installation was done on 1xxx chip since I cannot boot into and cannot install it in safe mode on 3xxx.
  4. I am looking to use the EVGA HYBRID Kit for EVGA/NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC/XC2/FE, 400-HY-1384-B1, RGB on my Titan RTX. From the looks of it, the 2080 Ti FE's PCB looks exactly the same as the Titan RTX's. Can anyone confirm compatibility? 2080 TI Front TITAN RTX Front 2080 TI Back TITAN RTX Back
  5. @gbergeron @SenpaiKaplan @Mira Yurizaki Twas a bad OC. Lowering it down to 3200 showed it again. Quite surprised I can even get this OC on a Ryzen 1000 with XMP on 4 DIMMs.
  6. Hello, my Task Manager's Memory tab is missing these 3 Speed, Slots Used, & Form Factor. What is wrong?
  7. 17134.829 Not a single Yellow Triangle
  8. Quoted person and @gbergeron I just downloaded CPU-Z and it doesn't show anything either besides my capacity.
  9. phongle123

    O-rings on Cherry MX Speed Keyboard

    Travel distance is lessened bc it is blocked by the o-ring. You bottom out at the O-Rings rather than the Keyboard's plastic. Since it is Keycap hitting soft material instead of Keycap hitting keyboard's plastic the bottoming feels mushy because of my 2 dental/braces rings colliding against each other. So the actual bottoming out after o-rings will not be as impactful. I would assume that it depends on the material that you use.
  10. phongle123

    O-rings on Cherry MX Speed Keyboard

    Yes; 1) You don't bottom out which in itself is an impact feel and an extra loudness. 2) It will as by 1) be quieter and feel mushier (just mushiER but not nearly as mushy as a dome switch) bc of the rings. I use 2 dental/braces rings on each of my keycaps. I assume with 2 on each that they would collide on each other. So a real O-Ring might feel better. Finally, in case you are wondering, IMO it is a better tradeoff over bottoming out and not being as loud.
  11. I was looking at the Dark Power Pro 11 1200W and it says it has a constant of 1200W and a peak of 1300W. Do all PSUs have a peak wattage over their constant? How would I find out what the peak Wattage would be? Also, how would I find out if how much power from the wall the PSU would pull to be able to reach the 1200W of the Dark Power Pro 11 1200W if the efficiency is for example 90%?
  12. phongle123

    Do all PSUs have Peak Power?

    I understand that efficiency goes down. However, my OP stated for it to reach the full 1200W with the 90% efficiency as the example. Which you answered along with seon123. So I guess the peak wattage will have to be something I have to find from the manufacturer or a reviewer. This post was not about the Dark Power Pro 11 PSU it was just in general. The Dark Power Pro 11 was one of the PSUs that I found that stated a peak wattage. So I used it as a comparison.
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    Do all PSUs have Peak Power?

    So from the wall if it's 90% efficient then its 1200/.90=1333W with a peak of 1300/.90=1444W?
  14. 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?
  15. 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!
  16. @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.
  17. Is this something that is updated for the RTX cards? Because my 1080 Ti works perfectly in the chipset slot.
  18. 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.
  19. 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.
  20. 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.
  21. 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.
  22. 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.
  23. 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.
  24. 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?
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