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Asus Strix X470-F Gaming owners thread

AniChatt
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Hello guys, I am starting this thread for all Stix X470-F owners to discuss their overclock settings, issues etc. So that everyone get help quickly in a organised way. Installed my old 1600x in this mobo with 4011 bios and flareX 3200 with default docp and it works just fine without any issues so far. One thing to mention The board pushes 1.15v soc default docp profile. Is it normal seems a bit high for me as I have upgraded from B350-F gaming.
However a small issue I believe, the asus lighting control is not behaving normal. I mean just after login to windows it is taking a bit time to start (5min) before that if I try to on Lighting Control by clicking it, program crash window appears after few seconds. But when it starts on it's own then I can open asus lighting control. Anyone experiencing similar issue???
Also tried to use older version.
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jowdyboy wrote:
That's awesome! I've actually been considering using this "beta" BIOS with my 2700X, but truthfully, my 2700X already hits 4.3GHz on a few cores via PBO already. And I have my RAM timings manually set to CL14 @ 1.35V (32GB - 4x8).

I am curious of the extra BIOS settings though.


It would be hilarious if this "beta" BIOS is better for all CPU than all the BIOS that came before it. With all the handwringing over BIOS we have had for this board over the last 2 years lol. By the way what version of BIOS are you using? I'm still on 4208 but will upgrade to this since I have heard great things about the new gen of CPU, I just need to make sure 5900X or 5950X will work on this board and with air cooling. Is 64 GB still going to be the RAM limit for this board?

jowdyboy wrote:
That's awesome! I've actually been considering using this "beta" BIOS with my 2700X, but truthfully, my 2700X already hits 4.3GHz on a few cores via PBO already. And I have my RAM timings manually set to CL14 @ 1.35V (32GB - 4x8).

I am curious of the extra BIOS settings though.


Enabled PBO. Now cores peak 4.4-4.425 in game but still stable at 4.375ghz.

I just picked up some B-die DDR4 4400 CL19 (32GB-4x8) going to see if I can get 3800mhz with super tight timmings. Grab a 5900X when I can find one.

Mr. Sunshine wrote:
For those not updating their CPU to 5000 series this BIOS fixes issues with getting boost clocks on 3000 series cpus. My 3700X which is a crappy first run edition is now hitting:
Core0-4.425ghz
Core1-4.400ghz
Core2-4.400ghz
Core3-4.425ghz
Core4-4.375ghz
Core5-4.425ghz
Core6-4.375ghz
Core7-4.400ghz
All cores stay at 4.375ghz or higher when gaming.
I havent messed with PBO setting or OCing as of yet.
Memory also seem more stable. Running DuelRank 3200 32GB(16*2) @3800mhz(1900IF) 16-16-14-28-42-1T @ 1.45v


Sorry, but i can't trust you. Do you have any proof of your claims? Screnshots?

Anyway, Asus says about this beta bios: " It's highly recommended not to update this beta BIOS when using AMD AM4 Socket for AMD Ryzen 3000 Series/ 2000 Series/ 1000 Series/ A-Series Desktop Processors."

nekhrun wrote:
Sorry, but i can't trust you. Do you have any proof of your claims? Screnshots?

Anyway, Asus says about this beta bios: " It's highly recommended not to update this beta BIOS when using AMD AM4 Socket for AMD Ryzen 3000 Series/ 2000 Series/ 1000 Series/ A-Series Desktop Processors."



pedrozun wrote:
Can you send me your html report of you ram from thaippon burner? only for comparison
What SOC voltage and DRAM Voltage are you using?


Show the timings of the memories with Zentiming as well if you are not bothered?
https://zentimings.protonrom.com/


87061

here it is...SOC Voltage: 1.1 / DRAM Voltage: 1.4v

Faster wrote:
87061

here it is...SOC Voltage: 1.1 / DRAM Voltage: 1.4v


Thanks bro! i will try a similar config but with 5600x !

dude why my SMU is outdated if is the same board O.o
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pedrozun wrote:
Thanks bro! i will try a similar config but with 5600x !

dude why my SMU is outdated if is the same board O.o
87070


I have latest BIOS and my SMU is same as your... no worries.

Mr. Sunshine wrote:
I have latest BIOS and my SMU is same as your... no worries.


wow nice bro thanks, i think SMU is a CPU thing so..

Has anyone tried the latest Beta Bios with the Ryzen 4xxxG APU's ?

I would like to update my home server from 2400G to 4750GE (if I can get it!) or 4750G - but although I can get hold of the APU, finding a BIOS for my Strix X470-f that supports the APU, does not appear to be so simple!

Thanks