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    I upgraded yesterday from 1403 to 3008.

    I'm now getting GSAT error in less than 10 minutes. Doesn't seem to matter what speed I run my memory at. I put my CPU back to stock and even tried leaving memory settings on auto which ran it at 2133 and that made zero difference.

    I'm running GSkill 3466 CL16 B-die, and I use the Stilts 3200 fast settings.

    Everything else seems fine and stable, HCI memtest, Intelburntest, gaming, etc.

    Anyone seen this? I wasted many hours trying to get GSAT error free. I'm going to ignore GSAT until I see instability elsewhere.

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    As i wrote, i knew what im buying.

    Quote Originally Posted by Syaoran View Post
    I disagree! The Asus Crosshair VI is one of the more problematic motherboards on the market. Where other companies like MSI, Gigabyte, and so on have resolve the bulk of their issues, the Crosshair VI boards are still plagued with issues.
    Then dont buy again from asus, as i wrote, i knew that this board had and still has problems.
    Just coz this one mainboard has problems, it doesnt mean all next boards will surely have problems or other hardware made by asus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Core View Post
    Then dont buy again from asus, as i wrote, i knew that this board had and still has problems.
    Just coz this one mainboard has problems, it doesnt mean all next boards will surely have problems or other hardware made by asus.
    I can guarantee I won't be buying another Asus board again!
    Syaoran

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Core View Post
    Then dont buy again from asus, as i wrote, i knew that this board had and still has problems.
    Just coz this one mainboard has problems, it doesnt mean all next boards will surely have problems or other hardware made by asus.

    I follow your logic Red Core, but the issue of using cheap components in the CH6 is unforgivable and has put me off buying anything asus in future!

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    Cheap components?

    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Gray View Post
    I follow your logic Red Core, but the issue of using cheap components in the CH6 is unforgivable and has put me off buying anything asus in future!
    How you know it has cheap components?

    I dont know anything about that but if you have sources, then i would like to see, know.

    I thought these problems only appear since AMD took out Ryzen to early, without a finished BIOS by working together with Asus.
    I could complain that it takes way to long that Asus fix these problems but also i cant say does AMD deliver in time.
    If someone know more, i really like to hear.

    Btw, i ve never mentioned i wont buy hardware from Asus in future. I knew that the CH6 has problems.
    Just one point bothers me and that is the low lanes count, my next board wont be with 4 Ram slots.
    I prefer a eAtx with 8 slots for Ram and arround 64 lanes to use more m.2's and maybe a CF or SLI.

    This mainboard is for casual user, standart. I want a good board like the Zenith as my next, as far i know it comes with
    a Asus Areion card, which i also want but cant buy seperately. I will wait till 2024 when DDR5 is supported and 3nm cpu's & gpu's are
    2~3x faster than the Ryzen and Vega.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Core View Post
    How you know it has cheap components?

    I dont know anything about that but if you have sources, then i would like to see, know.

    Take a look through the posts over on OCN.

    You could start here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/r...#post_26355674

    This series of posts sheds light on the problem of inaccurate and erratic sensor readings. There is much more information here should you take the time to read through the thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmaximo View Post
    I too only use Nvidia video but always install on all my systems since they are AMD processors and chipsets the chipset drivers.

    Actually I never shutdown any of my computers. They all run 24/7 365. I also never use sleep or use any power management in any way. I always run this command on all my systems upon every Windows 10 Preview update. powercfg /hibernate off - this will give you several gig back on your drive.
    It's a matter of preference. I prefer to not keep my system ON all the time (especially once I overclock it) and put it to SLEEP when I go to work or away from home. If I ever need it, I use Wake On Lan to resume and connect remotely.

    So it's not applicable to this case. In short it seems that the latest BIOS update messes with the stability of the system once you use sleep and have to do a complete restart.

    Quote Originally Posted by fanboynz View Post
    Is this normal on 3101? Overclocked to 3.9G, and Windows reporting over 4Ghz (averaging between 4.1-4.4)

    Attachment 69815
    Yeah. I've been noticing the same issue since I updated to 3008. I think it's a problem with the latest chipset drivers. CPU-Z and other software seems to be reporting it correctly. Can you confirm that on your system?

    Also it seems that after resuming from sleep Window reports the clocks correctly again (even with the stability issues).

    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Gray View Post
    Take a look through the posts over on OCN.

    You could start here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/r...#post_26355674

    This series of posts sheds light on the problem of inaccurate and erratic sensor readings. There is much more information here should you take the time to read through the thread.
    They are all Chinese manufactured - Gigabyte, MSI, ASUS so don't expect extraordinary software/BIOS support. They need to sell high volumes to make a profit. The fact that AMD is still tweaking the BIOS doesn't help. Had a similar issue once I switched to Gigabyte for my AMD FX 8350 with a standard Cooler Master 212 EVO. Had to continue using a BETA bios. Let's keep this civil and on point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Gray View Post
    Take a look through the posts over on OCN.

    You could start here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/r...#post_26355674

    This series of posts sheds light on the problem of inaccurate and erratic sensor readings. There is much more information here should you take the time to read through the thread.
    only the sensor poor quality other parts good quality
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    A bios like a gift, you never know what you got :D

    Quote Originally Posted by mito1172 View Post
    only the sensor poor quality other parts good quality
    If the sensor is that bad, why its not replaced.
    And if it is possible, why they dont disable it in the bios? (If possible without to kill the system)

    So far this board works with the 3008 bios, just..
    My cpu runs at 3,6ghz, CB reports 3,69ghz, now it runs at 3,71ghz, CB reports 3,69ghz.
    HWmonitor reports the right ghz, also the windows taskmanager just 100~1000mhz lower sometimes even CPUZ & HWmonitor says its stable 3,71ghz.
    My temps are still at 70°C by 100% load, same like before with the 1701 bios.
    So i guess the 20°C temperature offset is still there?
    I just guess because if i touch the heatpipes, they arent hot.

    Each bios, new things to wonder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Core View Post
    If the sensor is that bad, why its not replaced.
    And if it is possible, why they dont disable it in the bios? (If possible without to kill the system)

    So far this board works with the 3008 bios, just..
    My cpu runs at 3,6ghz, CB reports 3,69ghz, now it runs at 3,71ghz, CB reports 3,69ghz.
    HWmonitor reports the right ghz, also the windows taskmanager just 100~1000mhz lower sometimes even CPUZ & HWmonitor says its stable 3,71ghz.
    My temps are still at 70°C by 100% load, same like before with the 1701 bios.
    So i guess the 20°C temperature offset is still there?
    I just guess because if i touch the heatpipes, they arent hot.

    Each bios, new things to wonder
    Try SenseMi Skew enable. poor quality - sensor asus error but did not compensate.

    by the way. 3008 standard profile Flare X ram 3200MHz cl14 34 very good and 1800x processor 3.6 GHz.

    I did not see the temperature difference in 3008. I did not look at the load but idle 22 or 32 c
    Last edited by mito1172; 12-27-2017 at 01:15 AM.
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