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post Sep 17 2018, 11:07 AM

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QUOTE(owikh84 @ Sep 17 2018, 08:08 AM)
Could be the same bin as yours or better.
I'm now testing 4400 at 1.45v, seems stable so far at HCl 100% but I aim for 1000%.
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nice... hmm dont know whether can achieve that...

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post Sep 18 2018, 07:58 AM

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QUOTE(cstkl1 @ Sep 17 2018, 11:07 AM)
nice... hmm dont know whether can achieve that...
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1.45v gave me an error between 100-200%.
Need to tweak a bit.
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post Sep 19 2018, 10:52 PM

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QUOTE(owikh84 @ Sep 16 2018, 05:04 PM)
Malaysia Day benching with ROG Maximus X Formula. biggrin.gif
Finally I'm able to get my 4x8GB TridentZ RGB (B-die) passed HCl Memtest 300% (~ 4 hours) at DDR4-4400 CL19-19-19-39-2T at 1.50v after relaxing all the tRDWR subtimings to 19 from ASUS's default of 16.

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DDR4-4400 CL19-19-19-39-2T 4x8GB @ 1.50v:
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Can I know this wc test bench links to what size of radiator? It looks pretty basic and neat.
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post Sep 19 2018, 11:06 PM

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QUOTE(wongtheboy92 @ Sep 19 2018, 10:52 PM)
Can I know this wc test bench links to what size of radiator? It looks pretty basic and neat.
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post Sep 20 2018, 08:01 PM

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No need 1.50v, actually 1.475v is enough. biggrin.gif

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4x8GB DDR4-4400 CL19-19-19-39-2T @ 1.475v:
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QVL of MXF:
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post Yesterday, 03:06 PM

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Hi. Wanna ask, the red circle on this thing is mosfet?
I jus notice this mobo dont have heatsink on here lol..
Wonder if installing 3rd party heatsink is ok? Like those small vrm heatsink

And if install, if needed to RMA, can simply remove the heatsink? Assuming applied with included thermal pads

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QUOTE(xFreedomBoix @ Sep 22 2018, 03:06 PM)
Hi. Wanna ask, the red circle on this thing is mosfet?
I jus notice this mobo dont have heatsink on here lol..
Wonder if installing 3rd party heatsink is ok? Like those small vrm heatsink

And if install, if needed to RMA, can simply remove the heatsink? Assuming applied with included thermal pads

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Yes, those are another set of MOSFETs/VRM. Not being cooled by any heatsink probably because they are a little weak (low-end mobo) and won't generate too much heat.

Moreover, usually board manufacturer would expect users of such entry-level would only use air cooler hence the cool air coming from the cooling fans on top of VRM area.

However, if you feel that this area is toasty then you may consider putting a 3rd party heatsink over there. You can remove the heatsink before sending for RMA.
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QUOTE(owikh84 @ Sep 22 2018, 04:21 PM)
Yes, those are another set of MOSFETs/VRM. Not being cooled by any heatsink probably because they are a little weak (low-end mobo) and won't generate too much heat.

Moreover, usually board manufacturer would expect users of such entry-level would only use air cooler hence the cool air coming from the cooling fans on top of VRM area.

However, if you feel that this area is toasty then you may consider putting a 3rd party heatsink over there. You can remove the heatsink before sending for RMA.
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hello, thanks for replying

wanna ask, will the included thermal pads be too adhesive? haha i don't wanna damage the mosfets when removing the heatsinks.

should've went for more expensive mobo, but guess ill make do with what i have

on a side note, is TMPIN3 temps related to these mosfets? tq
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QUOTE(xFreedomBoix @ Sep 22 2018, 04:52 PM)
hello, thanks for replying

wanna ask, will the included thermal pads be too adhesive? haha i don't wanna damage the mosfets when removing the heatsinks.

should've went for more expensive mobo, but guess ill make do with what i have

on a side note, is TMPIN3 temps related to these mosfets? tq
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Thermal pads are easily removable, won't stick to the MOSFETs.

I don't think TMPIN3 represents the MOSFETs temp. Usually named as VRM temp in monitoring software such as HWiNFO64. But take note that not all mobo provides VRM temp monitoring, only those higher end boards do. Yours is low end, so...
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QUOTE(owikh84 @ Sep 22 2018, 05:04 PM)
Thermal pads are easily removable, won't stick to the MOSFETs.

I don't think TMPIN3 represents the MOSFETs temp. Usually named as VRM temp in monitoring software such as HWiNFO64. But take note that not all mobo provides VRM temp monitoring, only those higher end boards do. Yours is low end, so...
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ok noted

so i'll just grab something like this right?
https://www.amazon.com/Gadgeter-Aluminum-Ra...ds=vrm+heatsink


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QUOTE(xFreedomBoix @ Sep 22 2018, 05:10 PM)
ok noted

so i'll just grab something like this right?
https://www.amazon.com/Gadgeter-Aluminum-Ra...ds=vrm+heatsink
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Yes, that's right.

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