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About Tannah

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  • Location
    Canada BC
  • Interests
    Technology, Computers, Electronics
  • Occupation
    IT Technician IV


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 2700x
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG Crosshair VII Hero
  • RAM
    32 GB 3200 DDR4
  • GPU
    MSI 2070 Duke
  • Case
    Define R6
  • Storage
    Samsung M.2 970 EVO
    Samsung SSD 860 EVO
  • PSU
    RM 1000i
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  • Sound
    Creative X-Fi Titanium HD
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro custom

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  1. Easy to say, but a bit harder to do, especially when they apply can apply online updates before group policys takes effect.
  2. I really wish Microsoft would properly test their updates and not make the end users the beta testers. Makes me glad I postpone updates for a few days with Windows 10 pro. I was running into BSOD on fresh windows 10 installs, while having the computer plugged into the internet. As the update was being pushed on initial look for updates. This appeared to take place before the Group Policy's were pushed to the computer. To get around the issue swapped to using a USB stick to install, rather than network boot. While disconnecting from the net while installing windows 10. Its its nice to have news sites backing me up. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/microsoft/microsoft-confirms-windows-10-kb4524244-issues-and-pulls-the-update/
  3. At a guess: Its possibly the boost clock, Or depending in your motherboard vendor PBO. There have been reports on various forums of non X series Ryzen 2000 CPU's exhibiting this behaviour. Did you select load defaults after updating your BIOS? If your OS supports it I would try Ryzen Master to see if it reports the same Boost. Also try HWiNFO as well. Just to rule out it being a software error.
  4. Well after significant research, It appears the current 2703 latest firmware for the ROG Crosshair VII Hero has a glitch in it that can cause the fans to stop spinning. There is a modified bios in the wild that fix's the problem, but it is not a official bios from Asus. It goes by the number 0002. the 0002 is the 2703 + fan fix beta. Gleened from: https://wchan-asus-rog.test.edgekey.net/forum/showthread.php?112003-Latest-C7H-BIOS/page27&s=9dccbada3abc64806c6ed4d1801f3a6d https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?104377-Crosshair-VII-Hero-PWM-Fan-Issue https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?93421-AiO-Header-and-CPU-Fan-headers-shut-down https://www.overclock.net/forum/11-amd-motherboards/1733304-agesa-fw-stack-patched-bioses-3rd-gen.html Just in case other run into the same problems I have.
  5. I've seen a few reviewers replace the 120mm front fan on the NH-D15 with a NF-A12x25. But all of them left the NF-A15-pwm 140mm fan in the centre. I'm not sure if any benchmarked the difference.
  6. I'm fighting a similar problem, on the newer 3600. A few tips that might help: Try running the Ryzen Balanced, or Balanced power profile. Go into your Bios under AMD CBS > ZEN Common Options > Global C-States Control set it to Enable. Make certain your running the latest Bios for your motherboard. I found these dropped the CPU temp. But your mileage may vary. I'd try one at time and see if it helps.
  7. My Two Cents are be aware the Ryzen 3600 can run very hot. If you google "ryzen 3600 overheating" you will get tones of hits. I've personally seen a Ryzen 5 3600 idle at 43c, and under load hit +88c, under a NH-D15s which is well reputed Air cooler. According to AMD this is not a consistent thing, Its Very Hit and miss as to whom is affected.
  8. Ok, Its worth a try. Oddly enough the motherboard somehow detected I had re-seated the CPU, when I started it back up, it reported now CPU installed. Just thought it was odd. Checked the CPU socket, and memory slots for debris. Didn't see anything. Used a bit of canned air on them to blow them out. Its idling in the BIOS at 48c which I still don't like, I think it should be lower with a Noctua D15s. Have to put it through the Prime95 bench marks and see what it does.
  9. The monitoring software I've been using is HWmonitor. I have not been running any fan control software. The only Fan settings I've set are in Q-Fan in the Asus Bios. I have not loaded the AI suite III or any other software of that type. The install is fairly bare bones. just with the vendor drivers.
  10. Hello WoodenMarker, Thank you for taking a moment to look at my problem. It looks like I have not properly expressed the problem. The Fans were running, then they stopped. The headers that fans are plugged into are: CPU_FAN, CHA_FAN1, CHA_FAN2, CHA_FAN3
  11. I’ve run across some scary weirdness with a new system setup I am building. This is the 5th Ryzen I’ve built. But its the first one with the new Ryzen 3000 series CPU. New System Specs Corsair 750D Airflow Case Case Fans: 2 Noctua 140mm Linus Tech Tips branded Intake Fans, 2 Corsair 140mm (A1425L 12S-2) Top exhaust Fans, 1 Fractal Design 140mm (FD-FAN-DYN-X2-GP14-BK) Rear Exhaust Fan. HeatSink: Noctua D15S (Air flow from front to back) Motherboard Asus ROG Crosshair VII Hero (WIFI) x470 (bios patch ABB 2703, 2019/08/23) CPU: AMD Ryzen 3600 (65w) Ram: Gskill TridentZ Samsung B die 16gb set running at 3600 Video Card: XFX r9 390 (recycled) PSU: Corsair AX750 Storage: M.2 Samsung 970 Evo plus 256, 2tb WD Black 7200rpm OS: Non-Windows 10 I’ve read that the new Ryzen 3000 series runs at ridiculously hot temperatures. Whether at idle in the bios or idle on the desktop the CPU seems to idle at 40c to 47c under heavy load such at prime95 it tops out at 87c! which I find crazy hot for a 65w part, this is at default no overclocking. I’ve tried re-pasting with Noctua NT-H1 and Arctic MX4, using the cross pattern and rice grain methods. With no differences thermal results. Now for the scary weirdness I’ve run across; Occasionally the Asus Q-Fan will appear to become stuck, and stop ramping up and down the fans according to the heat the CPU is putting out. This is only resolved with a hard reset. I also made sure the option to turn off the fans was never checked on each fan. I though this might be to do with Asus Aura causing problems? As I normally set the colours to change depending on the CPU temp. Now the scary bit I ran across while I was trying to figure out a way to keep the CPU temperature in check during a prime95 test the motherboard shut off all the fans? None of them were spinning, the Noctua D15s Tower was really hot. Hwmonitor was showing 0RPM on all fans. The CPU was showing 92c But the computer was still fully responsive? I reset the computer and in the bios it showed 72c on the CPU and all the fans roared up to their max rpm and quickly lowered the CPU to 45c. **Edit For Clarity: the fans were running properly then they stopped during the test** I find this crazy, I cannot let a computer go out that is showing such problems. But I’m at a loss as to what is causing this behaviour. Bad board? Glitchy Bios? Looking for some insight.
  12. Have you looked thought the memory support list? https://www.gigabyte.com/uk/Motherboard/GA-A320M-S2H-rev-1x/support#support-doc
  13. Unfortunately I can't, I know the benchmarks I noticed it the most on were Firestrike and UserBenchmark. When I removed the M.2 NVME by the CPU I saw the GPU number go back to where I expected. I noticed it because with my SATA SSD I had gotten higher scores than with the PCIE NVME, which told me something was wrong. I had sprung for 2 500gb Samsung 970 Evo SSD's, I was disappointment so I sold one to a friend and got a SATA drive.
  14. Well I can give a bit of anecdotal information, I also have an X470 Asus ROG Crosshair VII Hero. I did find that running MSI Duke 2070, and a M.2 NVME PCIE on the CPU M.2 slot did cause a degradation on GPU benchmarks. But I think I had setup the perfect storm for that. I don't know if I would have noticed as much in games tho. Also if I had run a SATA m.2 NVME it may have been different too. I know by the specs I didn't expect to see a difference but I did.
  15. Sauron is quite right, but some motherboards do not reset the Bios settings to default just by removing the battery. I would check your motherboard manual on how to reset the Bios to default.