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    Win 10 set to balanced Set BIOS defaults This...

    Win 10 set to balanced
    Set BIOS defaults

    This should work.

    You say "almost never" ...meaning the CPU does step down sometimes? If so, its not a setting preventing it. You may have a hanging...
  2. Keep in mind that anything over 2133mhz is...

    Keep in mind that anything over 2133mhz is overclocking the memory. Success in achieving overclocks on the memory are dependent on the memory controller of the CPU. Regardless of how high your...
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    Just an observation. There is WAY to much paste...

    Just an observation. There is WAY to much paste applied in your photo. I am not sure who did that you in the past, but that is a MESS. Paste should be applied only to the center chip or integrated...
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    The fan built into the block has nothing to do...

    The fan built into the block has nothing to do with pump speed at all. As has been previously stated, there are 3 curves you can adjust. One is for the radiator fans, a second if for the block fan,...
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    This is completely false. *Both my pump speed and...

    This is completely false. *Both my pump speed and my radiator fan speed are controlled by my reported CPU temps. *They rise and fall with CPU temperature. In addition, should I choose, I can set my...
  6. I completely concur. The idea is to see if the...

    I completely concur. The idea is to see if the memory will run at rates speed. If so you will know your cpu overclock is affecting your memory stability. *If they run at stock cpu speed, press your...
  7. Using XMP will always overwrite your manual...

    Using XMP will always overwrite your manual settings. XMP sets the speed, memory timings and voltages.

    What specific memory kit do you have (the gskill part #)??

    Keep in mind that although the...
  8. Nice!

    Nice!
  9. I do not think that is normal. I have 2 of these...

    I do not think that is normal. I have 2 of these GPUs and neither make that noise anywhere in the range. At 70% and higher they vibrate a tiny bit and make some noicse but no where near the vid...
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    Vinnie: If it is out of your budget you will...

    Vinnie:

    If it is out of your budget you will need to find another memory kit. However, as stated about, if you want to run 4 sticks of memory, it needs to be a 4 stick kit. never combine kits. ...
  11. What specific RAM are you running?

    What specific RAM are you running?
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    You should go to the Support Page for the 470-F...

    You should go to the Support Page for the 470-F and check the QVL (qualified vendor list)

    Here: https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/ROG-STRIX-X470-F-GAMING/HelpDesk_QVL/

    Review the memory QVL...
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    [I believe this is a memory issue as well. I...

    [I believe this is a memory issue as well. I took a quick look at the Memory QVL for the 470-F with a GEN 1 Ryzen and there are no supported 64GB kits that run at 3200Mhz.
  14. it's hardware for sure. Nothing in windows would...

    it's hardware for sure. Nothing in windows would result in these symptoms.

    I agree with those above. Strip the system. Pull any PCIE cards, connect only your OS drive, try one stick of ram and...
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    Your current system, although aging, is well...

    Your current system, although aging, is well matched. What are you looking to accomplish? Are you looking to scale up resolution? Or looking for better FPS in more demanding games?

    If you could...
  16. Have you considered a hard power down to resolve?...

    Have you considered a hard power down to resolve? A hard power down with ERP enabled should kill the light.
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    Eh, I could think of a few things After...

    Eh, I could think of a few things

    After looking at your system specs, I can see why lol
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    No way I can agree. I love building PCs. ...

    No way I can agree. I love building PCs.

    First off, it is easier then most folks think. I find it entertaining how friends and family are awe struck when you say "yeah, I built that PC." It's...
  19. I agree with mrbull, those voltages are indeed...

    I agree with mrbull, those voltages are indeed crazy high as I mentioned before. Set RAM voltage to 1.35v and put SA and VCCIO to 1.2-1.3v and see if that holds 3500mhz.

    Or swap that RAM....
  20. I disagree with this. 3600mhz is not asking for...

    I disagree with this. 3600mhz is not asking for too much. And when you pay for a product you should get what you paid for. I agree the 100mhz won't be noticeable. But if the OP wants to hit his...
  21. The QVL stands for Qualified Vendor List. See...

    The QVL stands for Qualified Vendor List. See here: https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/ROG-MAXIMUS-XI-HERO/HelpDesk_QVL/

    For 32GB of RAM, around the same speed and price:...
  22. I'm not sure you noticed, but that RAM is not on...

    I'm not sure you noticed, but that RAM is not on the Asus QVL for the Maximus XI series of motherboards. That RAM is a few years old and for 16GB density sticks they seem to be qualified only on the...
  23. I would run Task Manager and look at what process...

    I would run Task Manager and look at what process are running in the background. Look for anything hanging.

    Also check your Event Log for errors.
  24. It may be that your memory controller on the CPU...

    It may be that your memory controller on the CPU is just not up to the task. Another option is to search the net for someone else with the same ram and see what settings they run at. To be honest,...
  25. The memory controller on you CPU may be the...

    The memory controller on you CPU may be the limiting factor. I suggest setting the RAM manually to 3600 and also adjust down your SA & VCCIO voltages that look wat to high.
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