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About ZeRuela

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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 2600
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte AX370M Gaming 3
  • RAM
    G.Skill Ripjaws V 2x4GB 3000MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1060 WindForce 6GB OC
  • Case
    Cooler Master MasterBox Lite 3.1
  • Storage
    Samsung 860 EVO 250GB & Seagate Barracuda 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair TX550M
  • Display(s)
    AOC E2470SWH
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D15S
  • Keyboard
    Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite L
  • Mouse
    Asus ROG Gladius II Origin
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. Hmmm ok, I'm gonna wait for the next weeks until to Asus launch another BIOS update for C6H, they have launched the 7201 version but without specifying what's in the new version, many people are complaining that they have problems with 7201, on ROG Forum I've found the 7301 version with AGESA https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?112279-X370-X470-AGESA-1003AB-Bioses Maybe this can solve the problem with 7201. Since the b-die memories are too expensive for me I will take two sticks of 2x8GB 3200MHz from the factory, I love do overclock is my preferred hobby but if I have problems with BIOS because the motherboard "can't handle the OC" I just buy instead the 3200MHz sticks, I active the XMP from the BIOS without any problems, if needed I underclock the RAM to 3000MHz 1.35V. My motherboard AX370M Gaming 3 can handle my RAM's with custom timings at 3200MHz but some times the games crashing, and this is boring for me.
  2. Do you want to tell third gen? I think second-gen BIOS are fixed.
  3. At this moment I use a Ryzen 5 2600, and I wanna buy-it to use with the Ryzen 5 2600, do you used a Ryzen 2000 on C6H? Do you have any problems with Ryzen 2000 on the C6H? I don't wanna buy a Ryzen 5 3600 for now, because I feel the Ryzen 3000 aren't enough optimized for Chipset 300 and 400 series. A guy who I had to build a computer for him a week ago he has been having problems with a B450 and a Ryzen 5 3600 so I prefer to wait for a while until the situation is very stable regarding the BIOS optimization situation. His problem with R5 3600 and B450 is crashing some times on Rainbow Six Siege and PUBG. I thought on X470 Gaming 5 but it's too expensive for me (about 211$ on my country) and the C6H is a sweet spot at this moment, high-end motherboard for 147$. I know about X470 motherboards have PBO and XFR2, but I think C6H has PBO thanks to a bios update. I'm not the person who updates the BIOS every time the manufacturer loads on his website, I have an AX370M Gaming 3 still with an F31 version, there is the F41a available, but I don't go to update the BIOS because I can't see a huge optimization for my motherboard, and my PC is stable with the F31 version. What I wanna say with this phrase? If my PC is stable I don't go to update him immediately with a new BIOS version (Beta too). The X470 mid-end/high-end motherboards are still very expensive for me. I think the C6H for 147$ is a sweet spot to use with a Ryzen 5 2600 at this moment. Thank at all for reply
  4. Because a C6H cost 147$? When the Gigabyte X470 Aorus Ultra Gaming cost about 166$ and it's an entry-level motherboard. I'm just going to buy an Assus/Anus because the price is relatively low, 147$ for a C6H is nothing when in the launch price it cost 310$, I even thought about the X470 Aorus Gaming 5 but it's too expensive for me. The X570 Gaming X also thought of it only as it is very expensive for an X570 entry-level motherboard. Yes, I think I'll take this opportunity and I will buy the C6H.
  5. Hi, Well I'm thinking of upgrading my motherboard (actually Gigabyte AX370M Gaming 3) and RAM (RAM I have already decided which one to buy) and I had a lot of doubts because there was the occasion to get a very monster motherboard that is X370 chipset and it is Asus Crosshair VI Hero, it is cheaper than many B450 where I live, so I prefer to come here and ask for your opinion. I keep an eye on which one I get? Asus Crosshair VI Hero (147$) Asus Crosshair VII Hero (283$) Asus X470-F (230$) I thought a lot about Crosshair VI Hero because it has always been a consumer dream and it is now for a very nice price (147$ on my country), it is very cheap for what it is, maybe in the future I will use with a Ryzen 5 3600, but I will only buy it next year or more because now their price is still too high. I know C6H use X370 Chipset and the X470-F and C7H use X470 Chipset, who cames with a lot of optimizations on the Chipset, like better memory RAM compatibility, better VRM's and more technologies (StoreMI and others). Questions: Worth pay the double for a newer chipset with some new technologies? The C6H BIOS is good for Ryzen 3000? The C6H have PBO and XFR2? The C6H have BIOS issues? I remember my Crosshair V Formula-Z (gift with an FX 8320 given last year) had BIOS support for 3 years (2012-2015) so I think Asus will always support C6H.
  6. Oh thanks for the video didn't know that MSI had a system similar to Asus. In this case you can buy without needing a Ryzen 2000 CPU.
  7. Yes, your motherboard supports the Ryzen 5 3600, but you need to update your BIOS to the version 7C02v19, after updating the BIOS you can run smoothly without problems. If you don't have yet the B450 Tomahawk you need a Ryzen 2000 CPU to update the BIOS. Some stores update the BIOS if you need, the store where I bought my X370 has updated my X370 BIOS without problems. PS: Sorry for my english if I have an orthography error.