Everyone happy with their ASUS ROG Strix-E or F?

philb2

Limp Gawd
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May 26, 2021
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I see discussions about other board but not this one? Is that because this board is so problem-free or it is that no one has this board?

Me, I have had my Strix-E for over a year now, and zero issues, zero BSODs, after RMA'ing my original memory.
 

StormNobleheart

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Apr 12, 2017
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I love building systems with the ROG Strix-E because of its feature set and can use ANY AM4 CPU.
 

Terje_P

n00b
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Jul 18, 2020
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I believe there is som problems with this motherboard and the memory kit I bought. F4-3600C17-16GTZR. Had to increase the VSOC to get it somewhat stable, or else my GPU driver would keep crashing which is somewhat odd. This didnt happen with the 3200MHZ 16GB kit.

I have currently ordered a new kit to see if the problems resolves themself.
https://www.netonnet.no/art/datakom...3600mhz-2x16gbhx436c18fb4ak232/1015845.11118/

Didnt work at all with that RAM. I'm back to the original 16GB 3200MHZ kit for now.

Looking at the manual again, I see now it reccomends the slots furthest from the CPU. Now I have done as the manual told me, while forums around the web tells me it the other way around.
https://i.postimg.cc/43vv5PMK/Uten-navn.jpg
 
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bal3wolf

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May 14, 2008
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i had some weird issues on my x570 strix-e and my 3900x when i first got it but pulling cpu and putting it back in fixed them for me working like a champ on my 5950x.
 

mda

2[H]4U
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Mar 23, 2011
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Have an X570 E here, no problems.

It doesn't get as much fanfare as either the Crosshair series or the more basic TUF series since pricewise it's stuck in between, but I like its feature set. The price... well, could be better.
 

bal3wolf

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May 14, 2008
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I got mine for 299.99 i know price went up with the tarifs early this year.
 
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