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    Are the M.2 both connected via the Z390 chipset?...

    Are the M.2 both connected via the Z390 chipset? The CPU and chipset only have a x4 link, so having two fast NVMe drives is going to max that out.
  2. So how do I get VID to be anything related to...

    So how do I get VID to be anything related to what I'm setting for Vcore? Rather than 1.4v at 50x or 1.350v at 49x multipliers? Changing LLC from 5 to 4 didn't do anything.
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    Yes, that's how updating the BIOS works.

    Yes, that's how updating the BIOS works.
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    Anyone tried it yet?

    Anyone tried it yet?
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    Are you having audio issues? Or does your Event...

    Are you having audio issues? Or does your Event Viewer just show the error? I'm using whatever the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview is (Build 18356?), but have had the error message showing up in...
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    I had this with my Prime Z270-A as well as my...

    I had this with my Prime Z270-A as well as my Hero XI. I'm pretty sure it's from either running HWiNFO64 or something to do with ACPI and multiple monitor. In whatever case, it doesn't seem to...
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    48GB RAM setup?

    Hey guys,

    Is anyone using 48 GB of RAM (2x 16GB + 2x 8GB)?

    I would kind of like a bump over 32GB without having to go all the way to 64GB. Will picking up a pair of 2x 16GB sticks with the...
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    For M.2 SSDs they're connected via x2 or x4 PCIe...

    For M.2 SSDs they're connected via x2 or x4 PCIe lanes to the motherboard chipset.

    M.2 SSDs can run in either PCIe/NVMe or SATA modes.

    The motherboard chipset only has so many PCIe lanes...
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