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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt_ View Post
    I just figured this was the most centralised place I could receive specific responses for this Motherboard since this is the main culprit of the issue (in my opinion).
    When I tried DRAM Calculator, it could boot @ 3333 (fast preset) or 3400 (safe preset), but I never managed to make it stable, and everything higher than that made a brick out of it, and I only have 2 * 8 GB sticks (3200CL14 Samsung B-die by the way, which should be able to run at high freq with tight timings but here we are). You on the other hand have 4 sticks which makes it really heavy for both the motherboard and your CPU memory controller, so I guess there are some voltages you want to increase, I just don't know what ones, it's for the geeks to tell you, and I doubt it's specific to our motherboard, so on those forums they will help you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Filters View Post
    any luck you did ?
    It's allmost ready. Have to work a lot right now so I'll probably release it around the 1th of januari. The bios is working great, not all unlocked menu's are relevant but pmu training and some other options are nice, so you can edit al the options from the ryzen ram calculator for instance. I'm thining about opening a thread on overclock.net but I will post updates here when it's ready.

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    Raidmax aRGB LED strips not working Aura sync

    I emailed this to Raidmax and no response so I was hoping I might find help here..... Thanks in advance

    I've been building rigs for 28 years, and I'm having trouble with your "LD-602 aRGB strips" on my new Asus ROG STRIX x470-F build. No matter what I do, your lights just cycle (fast flickering) through the color spectrum uncontrollably. Yes they are plugged into my "ADD 3-pin 5v header", correct polarity (arrow @ 5v pin), and nothing else connected. This happens whether I setup per instructions w/both strips and 5v Molex, or when the one loose strip is connected directly to my ADD header. Aura Sync doesn't "see" them either. The remote does nothing at all, whether connected per instructions or with just Molex connected. (yes plastic BATT insulator removed) FYI... PSU was OFF and unplugged before connecting. Are these designed to work "as-is" or do they still require a controller? Am I missing something here, or could they be defective?

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    16gb G.Skill TridentZ RGB (2x8)
    Gigabyte 1070 GTX
    Intel 660p M.2 nVME 1024GB
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    I just want to confirm that G.Skill Trident Z (3200Mhz cl16) RGB edition, works great with X470-F mb (latest bios). Aura Sync also works, 100% compatible and manage RGB.

    I know there is special "AMD compatible" edition of them, with X on the end of part number, But I brougt that normal ones and got 0 problems.

    Since some users have problems with Corsair Pro RGB, and Ive also got problems with Inno3d iChill RGB ram, If U want to have full RGB Aura Sync (without 3rd part apps) just go with these.

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    Memory (part number)TridentZ F4-3200C14-8GTZ
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    Storage #1Samsung Evo850
    Storage #2Crucial MX300 M.2
    CPU CoolerCustom Water loop EK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bender88 View Post
    It's allmost ready. Have to work a lot right now so I'll probably release it around the 1th of januari. The bios is working great, not all unlocked menu's are relevant but pmu training and some other options are nice, so you can edit al the options from the ryzen ram calculator for instance. I'm thining about opening a thread on overclock.net but I will post updates here when it's ready.
    Thx man

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    Raidmax aRGB LED strips not working Aura sync (SOLVED)

    I found my answer from an Amazon review but basically these are NOT "ADD Header" compatible, although they do look slick using the 5v Molex and included remote. Great for rigs w/o aRGB support.
    "Reviewed in the United States on November 23, 2019

    I bought a 2 pack of these (LD-602) about a year ago. I have learned a lot since then. The build quality is excellent. It can be controlled with a Raidmax controller (only included when you buy LD-602), which can control the brightness, the 300+ modes, and change the lights to a solid color. I have seen Raidmax controllers online going for under $10 if you are interested. If they look similar to the controller, they will work. They are powered by CR2025 batteries but do work with CR2032.
    Many reviews say that it the LED's did not work. This could be because they are not aware of the difference of 12v and 5v. It could also be because they tried connecting it to a 5v rgb header backwards.
    My Explanation:
    These LEDs are 5v addressable. However, since they have their own circuit board (300+ modes), the 4-pin/3-pin is used to connect to other 5v devices. Therfore, these LEDs are only useful for desktops/PC's without a 5v on-board addressable rgb header. The 4-pin/3-pin connectors can connect to the other 5v rgb products (confirmed to sync with):
    Raidmax NV-R120FB
    Raidmax NV-R120TP
    Raidmax NV-R120FBR3 (3-pack, controller, and 5v hub)
    TIP: If you do chain them make sure you connect them with one connection only. If you use 4-pin, use 4-pin only. If you use 3-pin, use 3-pin only.* The arrows should the touch the other arrows.
    Pros:
    -Strong build quality, waterproofed, and colors are great if powered via molex connection.
    -Can daisy chain to Raidmax NV-R120FB and sync perfectly (if powered by molex and not a header), and at that point, I would invest in a controller. NOTE: If you plan on daisy chaining fans and NV-R120FB and LD-602, and connecting to 5v rgb header, it will not work for ASUS Aura sync, can't speak for other brands.
    -It has a strong magnetic backing and a 3M double sided tape. I attached it to my case and did not even have to remove the 3M tape and the magnetic backing could hold the leds upside down.

    Cons:
    -If you plan on connecting to your motherboard, make sure it is a 5v rgb header. I did that and the lights powered on, all LEDs turned on but yet failed to sync in Aura Sync. They displayed random colors and would not cooperate at all and would not change colors everytime I tried switching the colors on Aura Sync. They may or may not work with other 5. rgb headers. I could not try it with Mystic Light or Gigabyte RGB Fusion 5V, as I do not have those motherboards. But the LEDs are not compatible with Aura sync.
    TIP: Do NOT connect it to 12v, it will fry the LEDs.*
    -Even if you use a molex connection to power it on, you cannot control the colors (the controller is not included in the single pack). This means it will just switch modes and cycle through them. This is not a problem, but just an inconvenience. It can easily be fixed if you buy a controller. The only mode I like is the first one - a rainbow cycle. If you do get the 2 pack and a controller and want to set it to the rainbow cycle just: Press AUTO M- and then M +.
    -*The 4-pin connector is literally 4-pin or 3-pin. I have used both, 3-pin throughout the chain and 4-pin throughout the chain, to connect it to the NV-R120FB. They both work. Just be consistent and dont use 3-pin and 4-pin. If the lights flicker, its usually a loose connection.

    **I purposely connected it to 12v as 5v was not displaying colors correctly. It fried them but I do have pictures of the circuit board. I would upload pictures of the lights but they don't look like they do in person.

    Final Thoughts
    Overall, these are a good purchase if you do not have a 5v addressable rgb header. You will have to power the LEDs via molex. If you want addresable RGB 120mm fans that sync with the lights, I recommend NV-R120FB, NV-R120FBR3, or the PWM fans NV-R120TP, which are confirmed to sync.
    I had these over a year, and the waterproof plexi does get a little cloudly/foggy."

    Quote Originally Posted by Brazen_ View Post
    I emailed this to Raidmax and no response so I was hoping I might find help here..... Thanks in advance

    I've been building rigs for 28 years, and I'm having trouble with your "LD-602 aRGB strips" on my new Asus ROG STRIX x470-F build. No matter what I do, your lights just cycle (fast flickering) through the color spectrum uncontrollably. Yes they are plugged into my "ADD 3-pin 5v header", correct polarity (arrow @ 5v pin), and nothing else connected. This happens whether I setup per instructions w/both strips and 5v Molex, or when the one loose strip is connected directly to my ADD header. Aura Sync doesn't "see" them either. The remote does nothing at all, whether connected per instructions or with just Molex connected. (yes plastic BATT insulator removed) FYI... PSU was OFF and unplugged before connecting. Are these designed to work "as-is" or do they still require a controller? Am I missing something here, or could they be defective?

    AMD Ryzen 2700x
    Asus ROG STRIX x470-F
    16gb G.Skill TridentZ RGB (2x8)
    Gigabyte 1070 GTX
    Intel 660p M.2 nVME 1024GB
    Corsair tx850w PSU

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    Well, I have not had problems with the new bios, on the contrary, my turbocores are better than before, and the compatibility with the memory improved a lot.

    I have cpu offset voltage -0.75
    Soc voltage 1,125
    32 Gb DDR 4 Samsung & Hynix by adata @ 3200mhz with 69ns response.

    Health and peace for all.
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    Can anyone tell me is X470F BIOS 5406 AM4 combo PI 1.0.0.4 patch B safe to update? Thanks.

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    Memory (part number)G.Skill Ripjaws V 16GB (F4-3600C16D-16GVKC) @ 3733 MHz
    Graphics Card #1MSI RTX 2060 Super Armor OC
    MonitorDell S2316M
    Storage #1Samsung 850 Evo 500 GB SSD
    Storage #2Crucial MX500 nvme m.2 SSD
    CPU CoolerArtic 33 Esports Edition
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    Quote Originally Posted by SumTingWong View Post
    Can anyone tell me is X470F BIOS 5406 AM4 combo PI 1.0.0.4 patch B safe to update? Thanks.
    I have BIOS 5406 with a 3700x and 16 GB (2x8) 3600 RAM running at 3733.
    I have not had any issues so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMAN999 View Post
    I have BIOS 5406 with a 3700x and 16 GB (2x8) 3600 RAM running at 3733.
    I have not had any issues so far.
    Same here.

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