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  1. That's unfortunate. Have you manually tried some lower speeds, like 3000?
  2. Is your RAM on this list rated at 3200MHz? https://download.gigabyte.com/FileList/Memory/mb_memory_x470-aorus-ultra-gaming_raven_181220.pdf
  3. Most likely a dud PSU then, do you have another kettle lead to try, just as a last hurrah.
  4. Next step would be unplug everything except 24pin and CPU 8pin, all fans (not cpu fan) drives the lot then try again.
  5. Yep, check plug socket/extension first if they're all good most likely a dud PSU.
  6. Like totally nothing, no fans or lights for a second beeps nothing?
  7. The biggest downside to a UK plug is its ability to lay on it's back, and its ability to attract a bare foot.
  8. You got a new motherboard and memory as well?
  9. The board will support 3m of RGB lights not exceeding 3 amps. ARGB is 5v and has a 3 pin header, RGB is 12v and has a 4 pin header. They don't work together. Any 4 pin 12v RGB light or fan can connect to the motherboard. Aura sync support does not mean addressable. I would not be comfortable overclocking with this board.
  10. Haha normal, that's the million dollar question. I'm on Agesa 1.0.0.3 and it's set at 99%, not sure if that changes with 1.0.0.4 but that one's not available for my board yet.
  11. Try with Ryzen Master and see if it's any better. Are you running with the Ryzen Balanced power plan within windows?
  12. You will lose a little performance without PBO. Did you have it enabled via BIOS or Ryzen Master?
  13. I've seen basically a straight up 30% boost in the games i play going from a 1600x to a 3600x. If high refresh is a priority then the 3600 is a no brainer.
  14. They run a little hotter than last gen but not by huge margins. Rarely see mine over 60c with a 280 aio but it'll depend on case airflow/ambient temp etc. 75c isn't too bad.
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