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  1. 24 minutes ago, Fiery said:

    Maybe MSI motherboards alter the behavior of the NB, ie. adjust its operating frequency in a proprietary way when those power management features are disabled?

    EIST disabling It helps. But this is a bad way out of the situation)))

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    Miracles are what by the way vid and vcore equaled after turning EIST off :huh:

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  2. 4 hours ago, Fiery said:

    How do you know it's an issue limited to MSI motherboards?

    There are no problems NB clock with Asus Z170/Z270,  in contrast to MSI Z170/Z270 Series...

    I tried the boards MSI Z170 Gaming M3/M5/M7/M9 and Z270 Gaming M5/M7 with all of them the frequency of the north bridge is read incorrectly.

    4 hours ago, Fiery said:

    As for the SPD issue, for some reason your memory modules cannot perform SPD bank switching. Bank switching is necessary to read the full 512-byte SPD block of DDR4 memory modules. 

    This may be the problem due to bios? I pulled out the video card(EVGA GTX 1070 FTW) and the problem disappeared.  At least I can not reproduce the situation with the problem...

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    ps. But is it right that it is indicated that there is not present thermal sensor? Because it is available, Giantec GT34TS04

    CPU-Z when there was a problem not always read the data SPD...  Now for now everything is fine <_<


  3. Something broke and there a small bug:  :ph34r:

     

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    PS. I'm sorry, can create a new topic is not necessary?, I still had a couple of questions...

    Is it possible to add to the TOOLS / AIDA64 CPUID data such as??? ^_^ : 
    CPU VID (below core voltage)
    CPU Microcode Revision (below CPUID Rev.)

    Sensor Properties / Motherboard Name, instead: MSI MS-7966/7968/7970/7971/and so on. very much... :wacko: / replaced by normal names boards, in my case MSI Z170A Gaming M7 (MS-7976)

    In chapter DirectX / DirectX Video / Direct3D Device Properties / DirectX Hardware Support: for some reason, reports about support only version 11.1(for a long time is not right reads) despite the fact that the supported version is up to DX ver 12.1(system win10)

     

    Once again I'm sorry if I strain. Just want to share ideas that would come in handy and will add convenience.

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