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GamerTrem

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About GamerTrem

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    https://discord.gg/Ax5paJt
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  • Twitter
    https://twitter.com/gamer_trem

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    United States
  • Interests
    Gaming and content creation via streaming and youtube videos.

System

  • CPU
    AMD 3900X
  • Motherboard
    ASRock X570 Taichi
  • RAM
    G.SKILL Trident Z Royal Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4 3600
  • GPU
    Gigabyte RTX 2080
  • Case
    Meshify S2
  • Storage
    970 Evo 1tb, SanDisk 500GB SSD
  • PSU
    BitFenix Whisper M 80 Plus Gold 550W
  • Display(s)
    MSI Optix AG32CQ 31.5"
  • Cooling
    EVGA CLC 280
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. GamerTrem

    ASRock X570 Taichi Sound and Heat

    It depends on what you're using it for. If you're not streaming or recording audio, the mobo is just fine. You'll have to play with fan curves and ensure you have good air flow in the case. Typically something with mesh front. Fractal Design Meshify cases are great. Rosewill even has some great cases with good air flow.
  2. GamerTrem

    Glitch or Bad Sensor?

    Thanks for the responses, my fan curves are also set pretty high as the Taichi board likes to run hot and get REALLY LOUD if the chipset fan revs up
  3. GamerTrem

    Glitch or Bad Sensor?

    I just downloaded the Ryzen Master program, I'll check it out. I'm hoping it was just a one time glitch
  4. So, if you look at the minimum temp for the CPU right up there at the top, you'll see that its minimum temp is -10,048.0 C and obviously, that is more than a little impossible. You'll see int he HWinfo screen shot I've got an ASRock X570 Taichi and a Ryzen 9 3900X. I've had it up and running for just over 2 weeks now and haven't seen this happen before (or ever in any of my previous builds). Bios is updated to 1.60 as of a little over a week ago. CPU isn't overclocked (yet). Not sure if it matters, but I'm using an EVGA CLC280 AIO. I also let my pc go into sleep mode after its been idle, so it doesn't get restarted on a daily basis. Anyone seen anything like this before? Glitch or a sensor die? Honestly, with all the new parts and all the bugs getting worked out of them I'm really not sure.
  5. GamerTrem

    ASRock X570 Taichi Sound and Heat

    Just as an update, I did manage to get the temps down to safer levels. Still idles at 54C and will go up to 72C under heavy load. Lots of playing with fan curves, making other fans in the case more aggressive with their curves, etc. System is louder than I'd like, but thankfully it isn't being picked up easily as long as I talk louder and have music in the background of my streams/videos. Still more than a little frustrated, but its much more reasonable than it was.
  6. GamerTrem

    ASRock X570 Taichi Sound and Heat

    I played with the fan curves a lot, but nothing seems to keep the heat down so the fan spins right up. Under 3400 rpm the fan isn't bad. It gets above 4k rpm and it gets much more noticeable. I'll check more with ASRock and see if they think it is bad
  7. GamerTrem

    ASRock X570 Taichi Sound and Heat

    Its nice that some people don't have this issue, unfortunately I do. Which is why I'm here looking for help, not articles of others who don't have issues. My card is not blocking the chipset fan, I have 140mm fans blowing fresh cool air into the case, all fans are working correctly, all parts are working correctly, but the fan on the chipset is loud. Thats what I'm trying to fix, so I can stream and record without horrible background noise caused by the fan on the motherboard spinning up to cool it. Its possible that I have a wonky board. If thats the case I'll probably find out the hard way over the next few days. Again, I'll keep searching for alternatives and see if I can get ASRock to respond for tech support.
  8. GamerTrem

    ASRock X570 Taichi Sound and Heat

    GPU was already moved down to not cover the the fan or the USB C front panel port. I noticed that from the start and ensured to leave plenty of airflow over the chipset. I don't have an open air test bench so if I were to put the card onto a riser the airflow to the card would be choked when up against the glass of the case. I've been looking for similar issues and fixes, and thats why I asked if there are suggestions on easy case modification in order to increase airflow over the chipset. So, with the heat of the chipset and the sound the fan makes spinning up to cool it, I'm looking for some alternative fixes or patches to help aid in the cooling of the chipset. Theres also the front mounted 140mm fan with 68.4 CFM pushing air over it. Thats why I'm at a loss of how to cool it better and more quietly. I will continue looking though and see if I can find more alternatives.
  9. GamerTrem

    ASRock X570 Taichi Sound and Heat

    Mine isn't overheating, its just running hot. A Meshify S2 has excellent air flow in it. Even with the side panel open its still idling at 61-64C without having anything other than chrome open. So, I know its not the case causing the problems. Regardless, I'm more worried about the sound of the fan. This thing sounds like an aircraft taking off. As I stream and record videos, its a problem to have such a loud fan in the background
  10. So, I got myself the X570 Taichi. And really its a great board. Except that the chipset runs extremely hot and the fan (before bios update and tweaking) was hitting over 12k rpm. It was louder than the 3 case fans and two AIO fans in my Meshify S2. At idle its sitting at 63C right now and the fan is at 3600 rpm. It gets noticeably louder if I increase the speed to cool it down. Newegg also has a no return policy on this board. So I'm basically stuck with it. My problem is that I do game streaming and video recording. The chipset fan is very obvious in the background. So I'm looking for suggestions or relatively easy modifications to the case to try and get more air onto the chipset to cool it better. Any suggestions are very welcome as I'd like to continue to, you know... do what I bought a 300 dollar board to do.
  11. GamerTrem

    Fans on Meshify C

    yes, positive pressure is better for the system. While I don't know all the reasons, one big reason is to keep the dust out. If all the air is forced to enter through the filters instead of through the gaps and cracks in the case, then it stays cleaner which helps your parts run cooler.
  12. GamerTrem

    Silenx Fans???

    Thanks, it seems odd that a fan "this good" would never be mentioned in any videos or reviews newer than 8 years ago. That really makes a lot more sense now
  13. GamerTrem

    Current 3900X build

    Ok, hit the order button. The changes I made were the ram to the Gskill Sniper X 32gig of 2 16 gig sticks at 3600 speed, got an EVGA CLC 280 AIO, and I'll be removing the wireless card depending on the actual performance of the onboard wifi
  14. GamerTrem

    Current 3900X build

    I'm also looking at changing out the cooler for the NZXT kraken x62
  15. GamerTrem

    Current 3900X build

    I am leaning towards a stronger power supply, but pcpartpicker shows I have roughly 100W breathing room atm. If I go for any heavier OC I'll make sure to upgrade the PSU.
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