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Hello Guys

after 5 years it is time to build a new PC, i wanted to hear your thoughts regarding the following:

Case - Phanteks Eclipse P600S
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CPU - Ryzen 3700x
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Replacing fans with 4 Noctua nf-a12 fans
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One oddity about some of MSI's boards, including this one, is that the x1 PCIe slots are only PCIe 3.0, rather than 4.0, which depending on how long you're planning to keep this system, might be a problem at some point when you want to add fast peripheral cards.
Likewise, the second M.2 slot is only PCIe 3.0.
I have no idea why MSI has done this, apart from the fact that it saves them the cost of adding PCIe 4.0 re-drivers, which are quite costly at the moment.

Also, consider getting some RAM with Hynix CJR-dies, it seems to perform better and allow for tighter latencies compared to current Micron E-dies.
I've seemingly been quite lucky with my Patriot Viper Steel modules, as they both overclock and allow me to tighten up the latencies nicely. My kit is also less than half the price of what you're looking at getting.
 

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One oddity about some of MSI's boards, including this one, is that the x1 PCIe slots are only PCIe 3.0, rather than 4.0, which depending on how long you're planning to keep this system, might be a problem at some point when you want to add fast peripheral cards.
Likewise, the second M.2 slot is only PCIe 3.0.
I have no idea why MSI has done this, apart from the fact that it saves them the cost of adding PCIe 4.0 re-drivers, which are quite costly at the moment.

Also, consider getting some RAM with Hynix CJR-dies, it seems to perform better and allow for tighter latencies compared to current Micron E-dies.
I've seemingly been quite lucky with my Patriot Viper Steel modules, as they both overclock and allow me to tighten up the latencies nicely. My kit is also less than half the price of what you're looking at getting.

i already ordered the RAM kit and have received it already, from user reviews people noted that they had no problem setting the advertised timings on their ryzen setups, the ones that had issues were with specific motherboards, i hope i won't encounter any issue with it.

did not know those details regarding the MSI board, thanks for the info.
 
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I don't know how set you are on that motherboard, but the best (VRM wise) lower end models are from Gigabyte and Asus. Something like a Gigabyte Aorus Pro WiFi should be around the same price/feature set.
 
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i already ordered the RAM kit and have received it already, from user reviews people noted that they had no problem setting the advertised timings on their ryzen setups, the ones that had issues were with specific motherboards, i hope i won't encounter any issue with it.

did not know those details regarding the MSI board, thanks for the info.
Fair enough on the RAM, but at $200 list price, that's quite expensive for what it is. No chance to return it?

For a lot of technical details and differences between various boards, have a look here. Not made by me.
 
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Fair enough on the RAM, but at $200 list price, that's quite expensive for what it is. No chance to return it?

For a lot of technical details and differences between various boards, have a look here. Not made by me.

i bought the RAM for 165$ including shipping and everything.

i bought the RAM for 165$ including shipping and everything, it was at least 50$ cheaper than in my country.
Thanks!

i think i will go with Gigabyte Aorus Ultra i like its looks more than the Taichi, and the Aorus Master seems too expensive to justify its price, what do you guys think, got experience with this board?
 
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i bought the RAM for 165$ including shipping and everything.

i think i will go with Gigabyte Aorus Ultra i like its looks more than the Taichi, and the Aorus Master seems too expensive to justify its price, what do you guys think, got experience with this board?
I know it's too late, but you could've had 32GB for that money and still had $15 in your wallet...

I have the Master, can't be happier at this point. It had a lot of early UEFI/AGESA issues, but Gigabyte has been on the ball and have been pushing out a lot of updates to this point and the board is now 100% stable and performs really well. Yes, the Master is over the top for most people, but the Ultra is on the expensive side. Did you look at the Pro? It's closer in price to the MSI board and the main differences between the two is two vs three M.2 slots and slightly different heatsinks and shrouds. There seem to be a $40 or so price difference between the two.
Oh and the Pro is still high up in their product stack to get regular beta UEFI's, if you like to tinker with things like that...

Some really nerdy comments about the Ultra.
 
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No experience with Gigabyte boards, per se, but from what I've read, you can't go wrong with any of the X570 Aorus models. Which one you choose depends on the feature set you want. Between the Pro Wifi and the Ultra you get a 3rd m.2 (if you use it in PCIe mode, it disables sata ports 5 and 6) and an audio armor thingy, the rest is exactly the same (based on the Google doc spec sheet).
 
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The X570 Aorus Ultra is basically the Same as the Z390 Master which is probably the best sub $300 intel motherboard.... The Taichi has a better VRM otherwise it is pretty similar to the ultra both 12 phase but 40a vs 50a power stages.

The master has 50a power stages controlled by a very expensive 16 phase voltage controller in a 12+2 configuration that gives it 14 independent phases. Every high end board minus the Aorus Master and Aorus Extreme use doublers to get their phase counts.

The X570 Master has been really good to me but if the Ultra tickles your fancy I'm sure it is a really solid board.

The only Msi board worth considering imo is the Unify but I don't think it is available to purchase yet it is Basically the ACE without the RGB with a better vrm heatsink



@TheLostSwede is right that ram you got is a pretty terrible value nearly the same cost as Bdie or decent Hynix CJR 32gb 3600 kits.
 
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I know it's too late, but you could've had 32GB for that money and still had $15 in your wallet...

I have the Master, can't be happier at this point. It had a lot of early UEFI/AGESA issues, but Gigabyte has been on the ball and have been pushing out a lot of updates to this point and the board is now 100% stable and performs really well. Yes, the Master is over the top for most people, but the Ultra is on the expensive side. Did you look at the Pro? It's closer in price to the MSI board and the main differences between the two is two vs three M.2 slots and slightly different heatsinks and shrouds. There seem to be a $40 or so price difference between the two.
Oh and the Pro is still high up in their product stack to get regular beta UEFI's, if you like to tinker with things like that...

Some really nerdy comments about the Ultra.

God damnit, ok since i am not buying a PSU and Graphic card cause i am transferring them from the old PC i can go with the Master, see see what you did friend.

The X570 Aorus Ultra is basically the Same as the Z390 Master which is probably the best sub $300 intel motherboard.... The Taichi has a better VRM otherwise it is pretty similar to the ultra both 12 phase but 40a vs 50a power stages.

The master has 50a power stages controlled by a very expensive 16 phase voltage controller in a 12+2 configuration that gives it 14 independent phases. Every high end board minus the Aorus Master and Aorus Extreme use doublers to get their phase counts.

The X570 Master has been really good to me but if the Ultra tickles your fancy I'm sure it is a really solid board.

The only Msi board worth considering imo is the Unify but I don't think it is available to purchase yet it is Basically the ACE without the RGB with a better vrm heatsink



@TheLostSwede is right that ram you got is a pretty terrible value nearly the same cost as Bdie or decent Hynix CJR 32gb 3600 kits.

man i don't know, when i checked the RAM prices this was good value kind of surprised by you guys, don't know how i missed it.

do you guys have any recommendations for things that i have to do to get the best out of my new pc?
i know i will have to flash bios, and planning on using the ryzen dram calculator or just set for XMP profile is all is ok.
do i need to enable some automatic overclocking features in bios or it is enabled by default?
 
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The X570 Aorus Ultra is basically the Same as the Z390 Master which is probably the best sub $300 intel motherboard.... The Taichi has a better VRM otherwise it is pretty similar to the ultra both 12 phase but 40a vs 50a power stages.

The master has 50a power stages controlled by a very expensive 16 phase voltage controller in a 12+2 configuration that gives it 14 independent phases. Every high end board minus the Aorus Master and Aorus Extreme use doublers to get their phase counts.

The X570 Master has been really good to me but if the Ultra tickles your fancy I'm sure it is a really solid board.

The only Msi board worth considering imo is the Unify but I don't think it is available to purchase yet it is Basically the ACE without the RGB with a better vrm heatsink



@TheLostSwede is right that ram you got is a pretty terrible value nearly the same cost as Bdie or decent Hynix CJR 32gb 3600 kits.
Yes the X570 Aorus ultra has the same VRM as the Z390 Master. The X570 Aorus Pro has them too... The seem a bit weaker than others (40A vs 50/60A) but they are extremely efficient (according to buildzoid). Ok I dont put a lot stress on them with the 3600, but the board could easely handle even the 3950X +OC. Of course is a doubling 14 phase = 12+2 = (6x2)+2
I've never see them above 45C with case fan right next to VRM HS with air temp about 29~30C.

By the way the VRM HS is a real fin HS and not some big chunk of metal. It was a plus for me for choosing this board and not the Aorus Elite because I'm planning an upgrade down the road to 12/16c.
 
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do you guys have any recommendations for things that i have to do to get the best out of my new pc?
i know i will have to flash bios, and planning on using the ryzen dram calculator or just set for XMP profile is all is ok.
do i need to enable some automatic overclocking features in bios or it is enabled by default?
To get most out of your ram, set the fclk in bios to 1800 (half 3600) and it should run stable (most people achieve stability with 1800). You can always try overclocking fclk but to get the most out of it you also need to increase ram speed along with it making sure to keep the 2:1 ratio. Also manually set your rams voltage even when using xmp profile to ensure stability.
 
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To get most out of your ram, set the fclk in bios to 1800 (half 3600) and it should run stable (most people achieve stability with 1800). You can always try overclocking fclk but to get the most out of it you also need to increase ram speed along with it making sure to keep the 2:1 ratio. Also manually set your rams voltage even when using xmp profile to ensure stability.
Sorry, but 1800 is a piece of cake, the trickier one is 1900.
 
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VRM test, 11 boards, 6 senarios (125W, 165W, 225W x all in and out of case)
And that 40A stage power of the Aorus Pro/Ultra was the second best in efficiency at 225W draw outperforming the ACE and Crosshair VIII.
VRM heat dissipation is another story but still was very nice.


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Sorry, but 1800 is a piece of cake, the trickier one is 1900.
There was a user here couldn't get over 1600 stable, 1800 should be achievable with stock settings, 1900 can be gotten for some but not all. I can get 1900 to boot to windows and run some ram benches but it always crashes with the sad face. 1833 is the fastest I can go without windows failing (despite the fact that I can bench the cpu with p95 for example without issues @ 1866, windows invariably fails for no reason usually when I'm not doing anything).
 

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Helppp

i installed my pc yesterday, but i have a problem, my noctua nh-u12a fans one of them is spinning medium to high all the time and noise is driving me crazy while the other is around 700-800 rpm and i am talking about idle status (attached picture) anyone encountered this? i read somewhere that default voltage might be too high but didn't get the chance to check it yet, but it is a disappointing situation for sure.

thanks
 

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i installed my pc yesterday, but i have a problem, my noctua nh-u12a fans one of them is spinning medium to high all the time and noise is driving me crazy while the other is around 700-800 rpm and i am talking about idle status (attached picture) anyone encountered this? i read somewhere that default voltage might be too high but didn't get the chance to check it yet, but it is a disappointing situation for sure.

thanks
What board?
Try setting the fan speed in the UEFI. Most boards have a sub menu for fan speeds, etc.
 

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thanks for the fast reply, Gigabyte auros master, i fans are set on auto, but the thing is at idle temp is at around 50c which i think doesn't make any sense.
i tried connecting the two fans on the noctua to normal cpu fan headers if that makes any sense just to see if there is a difference but same behavior was observed, i am using firmware f7b the latest on gigabyte's website.

thanks for the fast reply, Gigabyte auros master, i fans are set on auto, but the thing is at idle temp is at around 50c which i think doesn't make any sense.
i tried connecting the two fans on the noctua to normal cpu fan headers if that makes any sense just to see if there is a difference but same behavior was observed, i am using firmware f7b the latest on gigabyte's website.
i also see now voltages tab was not expanded when i made the screenshot /facepalm, will have to post new one when i get back home.
 
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thanks for the fast reply, Gigabyte auros master, i fans are set on auto, but the thing is at idle temp is at around 50c which i think doesn't make any sense.
i tried connecting the two fans on the noctua to normal cpu fan headers if that makes any sense just to see if there is a difference but same behavior was observed, i am using firmware f7b the latest on gigabyte's website.
Try setting the fan option to Quiet in the UEFI. Admittedly I have an AIO, but I run all of my fans on the quiet setting and haven't had any issues.
CPU idles at 38-50C.

Also, keep in mind that the CPU temp jumps a lot more with the Ryzen 3000 CPUs, as AMD's sensors are super sensitive. This can also result in the fans going a bit crazy if you don't have the right kind of "gaps" in the fan curves.

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And take a few minutes to read all the posts below.
It will help you understand the Ryzen 3000 boost & thermal behavior.
Do not mess with anything in BIOS at this point other than fan settings, curves, offsets etc. Just leave all CPU voltages, frequencies alone for now.

 

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Thanks for the suggestions guys, i understand now that this is due to how this architecture works, i will try to use the ulna adapters or set both fans to 1200-1300rpm as a start and see what happens.
 
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Thanks for the suggestions guys, i understand now that this is due to how this architecture works, i will try to use the ulna adapters or set both fans to 1200-1300rpm as a start and see what happens.
You know you can edit the fan curves in the UEFI, right? No need to use adapters with resistors in them to reduce the fan speed.
Gigabyte also has an app that allows you to do this, if you rather do it in Windows.
 
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Yes, play with settings in BIOS/UEFI at SmartFan 5 section and you can try the software also. Just install the "APP Center" plus the "SIV" (System Information Viewer / SmartFan 5). Find them in Gigabyte's X570 AorusMaster web site. "Support" >> "Utility". I'm actually using both for different fans.
UEFI for PCH/chipset fan
APP+SIV for all other case fans.

From both you can set fan-curves and also address whichever fan-curve you want to any temp. For example you can address all/some case fans to regulate the rpm according to CPU VRM MOS temp. Even the CPU fan if you want to...
I believe you will get around it with some try/testing.
 

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i installed gigabyte app center yesterday but made my windows go into blue screen so did not continue playing with it, i will just set in BIOS fans to 1250rpm and see what happens when i try to game or something.
 
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