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  1. #21
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    That is not a BETA version BIOS, it is Alpha version :-) I think that is whay 00 at the begining of the version number means.
    As for the coil whine, do not hold your breath, I think all boards have it. My M13H has it, my Z590 TUF Plus WiFi has it as well, in the very same conditions. Thing is, they have totally different VRMs, starting with the controller and ending with the actual coils, powerstages, capacitors, everything is different, except for the coil whine.

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    Can confirm also getting coil while on STRIX Z590-E, 0704 Beta BIOS, 11700K set at 52,52,51,51,50,50,50,50.

    Not so bad on the desktop, noticeable when opening web pages, virtually constant while gaming though. Sounds like crickets.

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    I don't wanna sound weird, but something is really wrong with the Z590 Asus motherboards and Rocket Lake.
    Don't get me wrong, i love Asus products and their quality. But i didn't have coil whine in the beginning, until i installed the i7-11700K.
    Then problems start appearing and getting worse day after day...

    Don't know what is going on, but it feels like the CPU is actually causing damage / degredation to the VRMs of the motherboard, or the motherboard just can't properly handle the CPU. I mean i have no other explanation.

    I also don't like the fact that Bios updates take that long, with many things still not working properly, and the latest one being *BETA*.

    And then this:

    "ASUS does not give any warranties, whether express or limited, as to the suitability, compatibility, or usability of the UEFI, its firmware or any of its content. Except as provided in the Product warranty and to the maximum extent permitted by law, ASUS is not responsible for direct, special, incidental or consequential damages resulting from using this beta BIOS."

    I don't know, it's just weird.
    Last edited by EncodeGR; 04-28-2021 at 01:15 PM.

  4. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by EncodeGR View Post
    I don't wanna sound weird, but something is really wrong with the Z590 Asus motherboards and Rocket Lake.
    Don't get me wrong, i love Asus products and their quality. But i didn't have coil whine in the beginning, until i installed the i7-11700K.
    Then problems start appearing and getting worse day after day...
    If I understand, you ran a 10th Gen processor on the board for a while? I suppose some thought might be given to that situation being involved with your system.

    I guess I am lucky, I do not have the coil whine and I never ran a 10th Gen on this board.

    I did not purchase this board until a couple of weeks after the 11th Gen processors were released. I got the impression this board was not available for about two weeks just before I purchased it. Perhaps some changes were made in the assembly line..

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    I tried quite a few Z590 motherboards from ASUS, they ALL, without exception, had/have coil whine. I very much doubt there are some that have no coil whine, perhaps one just does not hear it.
    It's there with 10th gen, with 11th gen, no matter, and it's quite faint in normal situations, but obvious when the CPU runs at Turbo speeds but with low or no load, hence low VCore. Like...High Performance power scheme and idle, or some such scenario.
    Also, as I mentioned above, it does not seem to be related to the componentes used in the VRM.
    If I were to speculate, I would say it's related to how the high frequency and low VCore are handled by BIOS, and could be fixed with a BIOS updated, OR could simply be how Intel design specs are.

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    ROG Member Array TasmaN PC Specs
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    BIOS 0707 (Hero XIII) - no changes, coil whine still here.....I hope it can be fixed by new bios...don't want to make RMA and spend time....

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    https://www.overclock.net/threads/ov.../post-28784139
    0801 adds acoustic noise mitigation option, search for it,
    enable it and
    try slow slew rate fast/4

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    Thank you, Shamino.
    Can this be available for the other Z590 boards from ASUS ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamino View Post
    https://www.overclock.net/threads/ov.../post-28784139
    0801 adds acoustic noise mitigation option, search for it,
    enable it and
    try slow slew rate fast/4
    Acoustic Noise Mitigation - Enabled
    IA VR Domain - True or False/ Fast/4
    GT VR Domain - True or False Fast/4
    SA VR Domain - True or False/ Fast/4
    Tried different options, no effect. What exactly we should do?
    Last edited by TasmaN; 04-29-2021 at 11:29 PM.

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    Also, I have a feeling that the coil whine is related to the iGPU. Or rather, the iGPU VRM.
    This should be easy to verify with either an F CPU, or even better, with an APEX board which is lacking the iGPU VRM part.

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