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    MotherboardCroshair 7 Hero WIFI
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    Memory (part number)F4-3200C14-8GTZR (4 dimms @ 3200mHzC14
    Graphics Card #1ROG STRIX Vega 64
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    Storage #21TB Samsung 850 EVO
    CPU CoolerCorsair H100i V2
    CaseFractal Design Meshify C
    Power SupplyCorsair RMi 1000
    Keyboard Corsair K68
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    Is it safe to use iCue (corsair monitoring software) and monitoring software?

    Hi All,

    I have finally gotten some sort of consistent stability after the 9234th BIOS flash (now on 0702) and 3rd re-install of windows 10. This time around I have not been using any monitoring software (which is really frustrating as I want to know my temps and voltage for overclocking), or corsair link/iCUE (also frustrating as I have no custom control over my expensive peripherals) after reading these might be causing issues. I am just wondering if anyone knows if there is a 'safe' way I can run this software without my board chucking a tantrum. I expected to be able to use this software on a board that cost me $450ish AUD, especially considering I have never had issues like these on boards that have cost less than half! This is my first ASUS/ROG board and I am very dissapointed to say the least. I decided on this board as I wanted the very best on AM4.

    My other specs include R7 2700x cooled by corsair H100i V2(stock settings, due to lack of monitoring software), 32GB Gskill TridentZ-RGB 3200mhzC14 clocked at 3200mhz (only god knows how I managed to finally get it stable), ROG Strix Vega64 8GB (stock), 1TB samsung evo960, 1tb samsung exo850 SSD and 1000W corsair RMi PSU.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.


    Regards,

    Tunza down unda

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