I bought an MSI Suprim X 4090 but I can't use it.
I'm experiencing a boot loop issue on my Asus Z690 Extreme board.
There are a lot of other users with my same problem on other forums...
they have released a firmware without a single test, this new firmware is creating big problems to everyone.
there are wrong voltages given to the CPU with CPUs with crazy high temps.
they gave this firmware to Microsoft to use it with the Microsoft Windows update.
this firmware is...
the problem of older CPUs is that they create stuttering even at 4K where GPU is the limiting factor, it's difficult to understand when it's time to swap the CPU for a new one because the benchmarks doesn't shows bad results.
the problem is as said, the stuttering that is inevitable with an old...
The GitHub's page of the project is linked in the first post along with a complete wiki.
I agree that most hardware enthusiast are not into soldering, this project was meant for Arduino users and DIY users mostly.
I added a Discord invite link on the first post.
In any case I don't think that...
after months of struggling behind various problems, they say me to clean the DDR socket xD
after seven months I started asking for a solution to the problem I can say that the Asus support is ridiculous,
they delete forum posts on their ROG site, they ban users that complaints on discord bout design flaws that aren't solved.
shame on asus.
this is the thread where Asus says: "we will let you know if we find something".
it's obviously a kind method to say goodbye and please don't bother in the next weeks/months.
my OP is correct.
If I disable the SPD Write protection (this means enable SPD Write), iCue can write to SPD and control the RGB, and I have the problem.
If I enable the SPD Write protection (this means disable SPD Write), iCue can't write to SPD to control the RGB, and the problem disappear...
As I said, I'm using 6.2GHz sticks @ 5.2GHz for stability reasons.
I have tried downclocking even more down to 3.6GHz but the problem remains. The problem isn't related to instability since I can pass all the benchamarks and stress tests for days without problems if I enable the SPD Write...
corsair does not even answers to issues on forums or via tickets.
they say that the problem is in the asus mobo and stopped responding to that issue.
I confirm that it was just lazyness and it's really easyer to talk about Asus boards on forums since Asus have a wider community.
but I had too much problems with asus and I want to try something else.
I'm using a Z690 Extreme mobo with 4 sticks of 6200MHz SK Hinyx downclocked at 5.2GHz for stability reasons.
Using corsair iCue to drive the RGB on my RAM sticks.
I can stress test my PC with every possible software for days and there is no errors and no crash but if disable the SPD...
I buy Asus boards since the Asus CUSL2 in the 2000 (Pentium III mobo).
Every time I buy an Asus board there are some issues that are never solved and that are clearly related to design issues.
Asus simply ignore these issues and pretends nothing has happened.
I'm not talking about OC...
Correct, from 2 sticks at 6GHz, I need to lower to 4.4GHz to get 4 sticks stable.
I have tried all the suggested voltages for big OC and 4.8GHz became a little bit more stable but it isn't 100% stable so I reverted back to 4.4GHz.
at the end I was able to run 6000MHz no problem on my 2x16GB Samsung Corsair Dominator 5600MHz C36 using XMP and no other settings changed apart the ram frequency.
if I add two sticks more I goes down from 6GHz to 4.4GHz since I can't get 4.8GHz stable with 4 sticks.
How this can be possible...
Those are all my settings.
Basically the voltages that worry me are
CPU Core/Cache Voltage [Adaptive Mode] - > Additional Turbo Mode CPU Core Voltage [1.36000]
Memory Controller Voltage [1.25000]
DRAM VDDQ Voltage [1.35000]
DRAM VDD Voltage [1.35000]
DRAM VDDQ Voltage [1.35000]
DRAM VDDQ TX...
DDR5 is full of false advertisement, bad marketing and a lot of missunderstandings.
This is the reality of the current situation.
There is no single rank 32GB DDR5 modules currently.
This means that if you want 64GB of DDR5 memory you have two options.
Get a 2x32GB dual rank modules.
but is it safe to run "CPU System Agent Voltage" to 1.25V?
My Asus mobo shows values greater than 1.2V with a warning.
same for the Memory Controller voltage, everything over 1.2 in in yellow (means warning)
12900K, reaseated everything,
if I put things on A slots sometimes does not go over 4GHz and sometimes does not boot. I have seen similar problems with other asus boards...
done, it doesn't helped. I'm pretty worried that I have a faulty motherboard.
I have tried with another kit also.
I have 2 banks of Patriot 4800MHz C40, even with the two patriot I have the same problem.