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  1. #21
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    I think it would be really great if you guys could add CPU package temperature as a temperature source for chassis fan curves. Currently, the closest thing is the CPU temperature but that is always much lower (10-20C) than the CPU package. This can easily cause overheating on very expensive water cooling systems where the fan curves are very aggressive. The only other option is to resort to third party fan control software which is really unfortunate when you pay for a $1000 motherboard.

    From a naive POV this seems like a really good bang-for-your-buck feature and shouldn't be too hard to implement (?).

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    Add adaptive voltage to b660 like every other manufacturer.

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    MotherboardAsus ROG Strix Z690-a gaming wifi D4
    ProcessorIntel Core i7 12700K
    Memory (part number)Geil 32GB(2x16) DDR4 3000mhz
    Graphics Card #1Gigabyte RTX3080 Gaming OC 10GB
    Storage #1Samsung SSD 860 EVO 500GB
    Storage #2Samsung NVME 980 1TB
    CPU CoolerLian Li Galahad 360ml BLACK
    CaseCoolerMaster H500p mesh
    Power SupplyGreen(Highpower) 1050w
    OS Win10/Ubuntu20.04

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    I have never in my whole life had this much problem and hassle when using a new mobo/cpu. z690-a gaming wifi d4 proved to be a nightmare I never imagined! I thought maybe getting a rog strix board is a good idea, what could go wrong! damn nearly everything went wrong!
    please tell them to think before bundling things as a motherboard.
    I never would have thought my aircooler wont fit !
    and I never would have thought I'd have this many instability going on with this board!
    really disappointed so far. this does not clearly meet the quality level I remember from asus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master. View Post
    I have never in my whole life had this much problem and hassle when using a new mobo/cpu. z690-a gaming wifi d4 proved to be a nightmare I never imagined! I thought maybe getting a rog strix board is a good idea, what could go wrong! damn nearly everything went wrong!
    please tell them to think before bundling things as a motherboard.
    I never would have thought my aircooler wont fit !
    and I never would have thought I'd have this many instability going on with this board!
    really disappointed so far. this does not clearly meet the quality level I remember from asus
    Hello,


    Really going to need some more context. You've not even specified which cooler you're talking about.

    Thanks

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    New ROGer Array Master. PC Specs
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    MotherboardAsus ROG Strix Z690-a gaming wifi D4
    ProcessorIntel Core i7 12700K
    Memory (part number)Geil 32GB(2x16) DDR4 3000mhz
    Graphics Card #1Gigabyte RTX3080 Gaming OC 10GB
    Storage #1Samsung SSD 860 EVO 500GB
    Storage #2Samsung NVME 980 1TB
    CPU CoolerLian Li Galahad 360ml BLACK
    CaseCoolerMaster H500p mesh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ROG View Post
    Hello,


    Really going to need some more context. You've not even specified which cooler you're talking about.

    Thanks
    Thanks for reminding me, it was DeepCool's Assassin III.

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    Bios update with AMD win 11 fix

    Is there any eta on a bios update which fixes the AMD stutter issue in Windows 11 for Prime TRX-40 pro Motherboards? It was supposed to be released in may by AMD and I believe many motherboards have gotten the fix all ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master. View Post
    I have never in my whole life had this much problem and hassle when using a new mobo/cpu. z690-a gaming wifi d4 proved to be a nightmare I never imagined! I thought maybe getting a rog strix board is a good idea, what could go wrong! damn nearly everything went wrong!
    please tell them to think before bundling things as a motherboard.
    I never would have thought my aircooler wont fit !
    and I never would have thought I'd have this many instability going on with this board!
    really disappointed so far. this does not clearly meet the quality level I remember from asus
    If you are migrating your old CPU cooler from previous system from last generation of CPU. It because your cooler mounting bracket not able to fit in LGA1700 socket. You need a cooler or CPU bracket for LGA1700. What is has to do with Asus Z690 different variant series mother board.

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    That motherboard has mounting holes for 1200 coolers too. So it should fit, but I ll be surprised if barely fit.

    Quality went downhill on this series.

    Ram doesnt click, usb ports are rough and hard as f. Bet they went for the cheapest supplier in town.
    Last edited by trihy; 06-15-2022 at 03:04 AM.

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    The Hero (date 2022-01) I got has a considerable warp around the CPU socket, making it necessary to adjust the post heights for an even paste job. Further, a better ILM is needed from your suppliers that doesn't induce a concave shape in the IHS. QA isn't in keeping with the huge price increase.

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