Another big and stupid management from world top company ...
ASUS LLC - super bug
Asrock - high voltages
EVGA - not availability
Supermicro - coming soon
Gigabyte - VRM issues are back
I have i5-8400, 8gb kingston ggr4 at 3000 hyper predator ... matx case ...
Please recommend me a seamless MB under 150$ for 2x27gb optane memory and DDR high overclocking ... MATX or ITX also
Moving this query into the Processor forum where it might get more traction. The Desktop Boards forum is for Intel's Desktop Board products, not those from 3rd-parties.
No, Kingston memory is defective by mystical way!
Dan Braun has the decision ...
My current MB is a god intel job bud rapid oxidation of slots and it should be treated with chemicals to add new hardware ... it's very stable and I do not separate easy. Something like a wheezy syndrome expressed in an allergy from ... long time experience ...
Offer a reference design like video card manufactures with every new chipset!
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How is it thanks to the Intel 8th gen though?
Due to rushed launch? Sure I guess.
I assume the LLC issues may be fixed. Or the software reported voltages. But I don't know.
Gigabyte Gaming 7 VRM temps seem to just be that the heat-sinks isn't mounted all that well (or are too poor?), the cheaper boards have cheaper VRM so maybe there there's actually some issue with that too.
But really, build cheap VRM, build flat heat-sinks with little surface area, have people install AIOs with no air blowing near the VRM and then put it all into shiny or silent cases with poor air-flow and what will you get?
2x27 GB Optane memory? As in used as storage device and raided?
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