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    New ROGer Array OneTrain1738 PC Specs
    OneTrain1738 PC Specs
    MotherboardGIGABYTE Z490I Aorus Ultra
    ProcessorIntel Core I9-10900K
    Memory (part number)F4-3200C14D-32GVK
    Graphics Card #1MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Ventus X3 OC 10G
    MonitorAOC C24G1
    Storage #2ST2000DM008-2FR102
    CPU CoolerNZXT X73
    CaseDeepCool MATREXX 70
    Power SupplyDeepCool DQ750ST
    Mouse HyperX Pulsefire Dart
    Headset SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless

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    Apr 2021

    Some severe issues with new build (ROG STRIX Z590-E Gaming)

    As said in the tilte,i have some issues.
    My cooler is Arctic Freezer II 240 (Rev.2,but using different standoffs,cause default ones create a gap and doesnt contact the die itself(which is sad),but i don't think it should create some problems,cause it stays tight,and in bios or with no load the temperatures hover round 30-40C)
    I just built my new system. I decided to go for Z590-E Gaming motherboard and it has some issues. First,it couldn't run memory in 1st and 3rd slot. I tried to contact the seller,and after a week in "official ASUS service center" it came back(same motherboard,even bits of dust accomodated on open stand while testing the stability of the system were on the same place,lol). At least they fixed it(somehow) and now all 4 sticks of RAM "work". I have 2 kits,which have XMP on 3600MHz and 1.35V. My previous system (Ryzen 5 3600 + TUF B450 Pro Gaming) could super-easily pull 3733Mhz on 16-19-16-34 with 1.37V with no issues,i could maybe tighten timings down harder,but it was more than enough for me,so i left them were they are.
    Now i have RAM on 3200 17-18-18-36 , and the voltage set by the motherboard is 1.522(!). Windows reports different voltage tho,but it won't go any higher than 3200,and lowering/rising timings makes motherboard boot in safe mode. And that is sad.
    I know my RAM isn't on QVL list,but still,it's just a recomendation . Its Micron-E die and Hynix CJR/DJR,and i had good experience with those kits,so it's sad.
    Also,i have SP 57 . Which proves that my chip ain't that good,but afaik default I9 10900K chips starts at 60,so for i9 10850K its good enough. It runs on 1.325 voltage with frequency locked on 48 and MCE disabled. Lowering the voltage results in imidiate BSOD on windows startup.
    Using the last 0707 bios. The "beta" 0704 or 0605 bios do change nothing. After updating the bios i was restoring settings to default,and starting over. Still 1.522 (exact numbers) voltage on DRAM and 17-18-18-36 timings. The sticks are slightly warmer even after whole day of mixing work/gaming and just watching YouTube. I especially was touching them after 3 hour long session of Titanfall 2 gameplay and they were maybe even colder then my touch. And after last BIOS update(0707) hwinfo reports different DRAM Voltage,which equals exactly as the voltage in the BIOS(1.522). So the sticks aren't in danger(at least for now) cause of voltage i guess. Cause Voltage = heat,and they are warm,definetely not hot.
    But what is hot - its the CPU. Intel XTU benchmark makes my CPU run hot with 80C. Which makes me kinda sad. The motherboard is new,and the voltages are saddening. The CPU itself is ok,Dota 2 temperatures hovering around 70C are strange,but i guess they are OK.
    So i don't know, i can't RMA the motherboard,cause since i recieved it,tried to "RMA" first time,recieved and tested 14 days are gone. So is there something i can do ? Maybe i missed something. All drivers are installed(those from ARMOURY CRATE),and all from the motherboard page itself.
    Im writing it for so long,that i forgot everything i wrote already xd.
    Last edited by OneTrain1738; 05-04-2021 at 01:23 PM.

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