2018 Hardware Thread

  1.    18 Jan 2018 #111

    It makes even worse problems on Ryzen systems. Even blue screens.
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       18 Jan 2018 #112

    AI Suite seems to cause issues for a lot of people. I have been lucky, it doesn't change any BIOS settings or voltages and I can use it for monitoring or fan control. Once I ran the fan tuning I can control the fans no issues, but have went back to using the fan controller built in my case
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       19 Jan 2018 #113

    Dude said: View Post
    AI Suite seems to cause issues for a lot of people. I have been lucky, it doesn't change any BIOS settings or voltages and I can use it for monitoring or fan control. Once I ran the fan tuning I can control the fans no issues, but have went back to using the fan controller built in my case
    Same here, no issues. I use the fan controller though, works great for me through a number of builds.
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       19 Jan 2018 #114

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Well that sucks. I haven't had that problem yet with installing it.
    My only problem is the xpert software(and BIOS) won't let me slow my fans down to a point lower than what they decide should be the minimum.
    AI Suite 3 issue, the system cannot find the file specified. - Page 4 - Windows 10 Forums raed through to post #39.

    MSI's Command Center(and BIOS) has much better user fan control.
    It is only an issue with non-PWM. You can change that. Send me an message if you want to know how. It is just a matter of editing a file.
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       19 Jan 2018 #115

    essenbe said: View Post
    AI Suite worked really great on the Z77 platform, but they have changed it a lot. It hasn't worked well since. The Fan Tuning program ran my 4.8 OC Vcore to 1.5xx V. It hasn't seen the light of day on my system since. How the heck can a fan tuning program mess with Vcore?
    Yikes!
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       19 Jan 2018 #116

    It seems like it is conflicting with the Corsair Link software
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  7.    19 Jan 2018 #117

    AddRAM said: View Post
    It seems like it is conflicting with the Corsair Link software
    Yes it does, at least with my rig, actually turned OFF the water pump, and the fan ....when I went to my Corsair link software it was messed up, and not showing the default screen or settings. This was the latest release of AI Suite too, just released for my board 48 hours ago.
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       19 Jan 2018 #118

    A BIOS setting I have never noticed or seen, much less played with, but still an interesting article:

    If enabled, ACPI support will be enabled on the motherboard chipset level. If the operating system supports ACPI, it can then use ACPI to configure the hardware, as well as control the systemís power management features.

    If disabled, ACPI support will be disabled on the motherboard chipset level. Even if the operating system supports ACPI, it cannot use ACPI to configure the hardware or control its power management features.
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    It is recommended that you enable this BIOS feature. This allows an ACPI-compliant operating system to fully control the configuration of hardware devices and their power management.

    Please note that for Microsoft Windows to run in ACPI mode, it needs to be installed with ACPI enabled in the BIOS. If you switch from ACPI to non-ACPI mode, or vice versa, Microsoft Windows will fail to boot. You need to reinstall Microsoft Windows everytime you switch modes.
    ACPI 2.0 Support - The Tech ARP BIOS Guide - Tech ARP
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       19 Jan 2018 #119
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  10.    19 Jan 2018 #120

    Not compatible with monblocks...
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