08-15-2017 11:18 AM
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09-13-2017 01:16 PM
Just wanted to start a thread and see how many other people are having this same issue. Basically the conditions are as follows:
Just using the PC as normal and the I hear all the Case Fans Max out! If i check any monitoring software it states that the motherboard temp sensor is reading -109C. Also all other temps(CPU, CPU DIODE, CHIPSET, and VRM) stop responding to change in CPU load. A quick restart fixes the problem but it is very annoying. It happens on a daily basis. I have not figured out what is causing this.
I have seen similar posts on the forum but have yet to see a solution.Figured if we could compile everyone that is having this problem on a single thread it would help and maybe @ASUS has something in the works for this.
09-13-2017 07:08 PM
This is a common problem of the "x" chips. Probably has nothing to do with the mobo. There is tons of info on this problem from the "x" Ryzen chips if you google.
09-14-2017 12:11 AM
that's a myth. its the mobo. other boards work fine with x series chips. buddy has a 1600x build on a msi b350 board and has 0 issues with temps or oc.
my board (this one) and 1800x have been RMA'd already once with occasional reoccurring temp errors. I get BSOD in games regularly from overheat and it wont let me restart until it sets for a while and cools down. I am at stock speeds on an h100i... every bios update to date has not solved the temp spikes problem.
just checked today and saw my 1800x at stock speeds idleing go from 50C to 68C back and forth in corsair link software. cycling the fans up and down.
the issues with this board are incredable
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