Which can be find replacement easily from DIY shop, if the chipset fan fails. https://www.gigabyte.com/us/Motherboard/X570-AORUS-PRO-WIFI-rev-10#kf, [–]devildante1520 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (0 children). Update: A very kind member of the medical community helped me get the final piece(6800xt) of the build I am gifting to my brother. Show only OP | 8 Jun 2020 at 17:15 #1. In case you were concerned, I am no longer. No more VIA etc. At last, someone did this! photoshop, after effects, ableton 10, as well as gaming. [–]looncrazFlare this. Would probably require a bit of research which I dont think most users would do :-/, [–]hackenclawQ9650 | Radeon 7790 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (0 children). [–]ryao 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago* (4 children). I would love to see like an experiment showing how hard would it be for an end user to change the fan on their own if it breaks down, but that requires a lot of tinkering. This is not an easy thing to do at all even for a company of this size. [–]St0RM53AyyMD HYPETRAIN OPERATOR ~ 3950X|X570|5700XT 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (0 children). A typical 120 mm noctua fan has a max dB of 22.6 dB. But that being said, it is an extra potential point of failure. We did run the GPU on that board as well (had to have a GPU anyway). System Name: Best AMD Computer: Processor: AMD TR4 1920X: Motherboard: MSI X399 SLI Plus: Cooling: Alphacool Eisbaer 420 x2 … Bought it to go with my 3800x and I don't regret it. If I will remember, I will look later on myself what x570 is the best and quietest, but the silent and best option is usually the x470 boards, no fan equals no additional noise. I'd argue that a decent CPU cooler will probably have a larger impact than a new case -if- your cpu cooler is currently the loudest part. With some PC builders upset that the X570 motherboards utilize a fan-assisted chipset heatsink which could potentially add unwanted noise to the … CISC in itself has no benefit over RISC (besides being easier to program for). Competition from AMD and Intel killed Cyrix, got Transmeta to give up and put VIA into a comatose state. And a genuine concern too imho. To those who care, my X570 chipset fan noise is a non-issue (Gigabyte Aorus Master) Discussion . I am happy with it now, all back to quiet. I'm surprised the MSI doesn't do better under load due to the heatpipe and the fact that the fan is not blocked by the GPU. I run an extremely silent PC and am bothered by most noises, so I was naturally hesitant when I saw the chipset fans on the new line of motherboards. Again, most people in power just don't know anything about tech, so we have to suffer with their incompetence. It's a nice change of pace from watching videos of nerdy dudes all the time. CISC is kind of pointless. As for the rest, they just took a bit longer. Default chipset fan profile, it hardly ever runs. I set it to silents, but now i sound like and old dying HDD. Took off the cover of the fan, there are 3 screw holding it in place. Those things always fail or become noisy over time. Can't hear it and my case is pretty quiet already. And it was actually regarded quite highly? No concern. I'd say the Aorus Elite is actually one of the most balanced entry X570 boards on the market. Most people in the open source community, myself included, are vehemently against software patents and think they just destroy innovation and cause rent-seeking behavior. As you can see, it's tricky. Saying it's a "matter of time" is vague since it could also just be like 30 years. Breaking this cycle would require one of three things: either AMD and Intel agree to freely license their patent portfolio openly under FRAND terms (will probably never happen); there could also be patent reform which addresses problematic rent-seeking or monopolist patenting behavior; or lastly, around 2024 or so, someone could actually try to make an x86-compatible CPU, but have completely incompatible instructions for things like AVX, that wouldn't violate patents, but this means compilers would have to be modified to optimize for both instruction sets, and switch at runtime between different codepaths depending on the CPU, and with enough pressure, maybe eventually we'd be free of the x86 duopoly. Temps never seem to get to above mid-high 50s c on the chipset, and the danger zone for those is 90-100 c I believe. [–]jharelR7 3700X | ASRock Phantom Gaming 4 | RTX 2070 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (0 children). hell no... we need a new one for cpu. I just ordered the x570 strix-e, and I'm seriously considering canceling it and getting something else instead.... [–]ankor77 28 points29 points30 points 1 year ago (9 children), I can attest to the MSI ACE being very quiet. I built a new AMD-based system in April and it has been great apart from one issue, an annoying 'ticking' or clicking type noise. I have the x570 Aorus Master....the Chipset Fan is high pitch and super annoying. AMD and some board manufacturers talk about 10 to 12 watts on average, rather with the … I'm not sure how many foundries today actually have such a license. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. In the case of game engines for instance, it would only take like one company to make an open source engine that dominates everything else, for others to feel the pressure and realize there is no money in keeping theirs closed anymore. I set the fan to 0 duty cycle which stopped it fully and the system noise stayed the same while chipset temps (in HWinfo, since this tool doesn't seem to acquire the chipset temp value) started climbing so it definitely was off. [–]tamarockstarR7 3800 RX 5700XT 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (6 children). My research actually turned out that onl MSI has boards where the fan is mounted lower on the board so it doesn't get covered. This does work on my ASUS prime x570-p to control the PCH fan #5 and enabled me to isolate that the mobo fan adds basically no extra noise to my system. Can you tell me if there are controls for the fan? Introducing, Sleipnir, my first ever team red build! Provides 3 different operating modes to minimize noise and extend the fan’s longevity. [–]Foritain-Techtesters[S] 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (4 children). Mind you, I dont think the GPC is a bad board at all, I've got it here and it looks great and the VRMs dont heat up at all. It almost sounds like I have a lawnmower running insider. [–]itstopsecretOP 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (0 children). I don't why more people aren't focusing on the chipset and chipset fans, but thank you for doing so. [–]Kay_Dubz 3 points4 points5 points 1 year ago (0 children). [–]shmerl 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (1 child). I woulden worry about fan failure unless you have the board for like 8 years or more. Noctua moves more air and is quieter. 2nd: It's much more complicated, and very much distance related. My fan never comes on, idle temps around 50-55. If a post is made and it is not clear how it relates to AMD, an explanation in the thread will be required upon posting that details how it is relevant. That being said my 3700x runs great, I just wish I trusted any motherboard bios enough to use anything beyond the default cpu profile. But as she said as well, she/we are up for expanding this if there is a clear larger interest in the content. When I spoke to ASRock they did mention a new bios but specifically did not mention a passive fan mode :-/. AMD X570 Chipset. On Asus, ASRock & Gigabyte the fans is fully or partially covered with a big graphics card. 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (3 children). I can't speak to the longevity of the chipset fans, but if its not even spinning for the vast majority of the time I can't imagine we'll see many failures during the working lifetime of the board. [–]ltron2 12 points13 points14 points 1 year ago (6 children). 5800X and 6800 Nitro+, All AMD watercooled black gold battlestation 3900xt and 5700xt 32GB GSkill NEO on a ASRock B550 Taichi. I've never seen her channel before. A chipset fan is 100% equivalent to a case fan you would have either on your CPU cooler or more generally your case. I have the curve set from like 10% - 50% for 70c to 80c and so far highest ive seen during gaming is 81c. Mine, too. Slightly nuanced would be 'ASUS/ASRock should probably add a fan stop' and 'Fan stop might push your decision if you're not entirely sure'. I'm really considering getting the elite even though I have the gaming plus. Epos7 said: I … Seems like a bad idea to be able to patent an instruction set. I recall that being around the point at which they promised backward compatibility. [–]yellowpasta_mech 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (1 child). Those things always fail or become noisy over time. That's significantly louder than any of these chipset fans at that distance. ASUS Prime X570-P chipset fan noise :(Discussion in 'Motherboards' started by Stu999, 8 Jun 2020. Originally, patents were supposed to protect manufacturing processes, so for example, TSMC's 7nm fabrication process, could be protected, but you shouldn't be able to patent like an instruction set, which in a way is kind of like an API for hardware. Looking for a bit of advice. For detailed VRM discussion I think Buildzoid is a great source. Because the silicon was designed to host an x86 ISA though, it performed decently, it wasn't like emulating x86 on a different CPU arch. Decibels can only mean so much...when pitch and tone matter a whole lot under load. I just wanted to say great video. Both have the same price in my country - 250€, [–]Foritain-Techtesters[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (3 children). I am just going to get the max boards when they arrive. for us PC users it's going to take a while to convince us maybe X86 will remain to be the advanced user platform. Rule 1: Tech Support - Tech Support posts are only allowed in the quarterly tech support megathread - you can find the latest linked in the sidebar or pinned on the front page. Tens of dozens of ARM/RISC-V manufacturers and growing. © 2020 reddit inc. All rights reserved. I mean, explaining the details is really complicated. Rule 10: Exception to the Rules - The mods of /r/AMD reserve the right to allow posts/comments that could break any of the rules, when a situation has arisen where the post is funny, educational or useful to the users of /r/AMD. [–]Foritain-Techtesters[S] 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (8 children). Whether thats doing the same thing on more boards, or changing it up with another system if there are good arguments for it, is not set in stone. 2020: Q4 | Q3 | Q2 | Q1 As for why only Intel and AMD do x86, it's because of patent licensing. But it's a good question. Everyone at the search of the most silent X570 while here I am, with an AMD stock gpu, the loudest gpu fan I've ever had so far. Power; Cooling; Memory & Storage; Power … I think so. I wanted to know whether it ever reaches that temperature if the fan doesn't turn on. So no, these are not "quiet." What is the VRM like on the elite vs the msi Gaming Plus? Excellent, I didn't see it in the BIOS overview. The difference is in the heatsink mostly. [–]frugal_masturbaterAMD | 3900X | X570 Gigabyte AORUS Master | GTX 2080 4 points5 points6 points 1 year ago (3 children). I would prefer a proper beefy heatsink if needed. am not saying x86 is bad. I would prefer a proper beefy heatsink if needed. Same on the Asus crosshair VIII Hero WiFi. Hopefully and can figure this out but for the moment I only lost 15 percent performance. As another commenter pointed out, it's not all about clocks, we'll have to see the IPC of the final product to judge whether it's competitive with AMD and Intel's offerings. If you need type-C MSI is off the table. Anyway i don't mind the fan at all, i'm more concerned about the temperature. Awesome board, but major overkill and I just don't think it makes sense unless you knew why you'd need an extreme. [–]Chronic_MediaAMD 7 points8 points9 points 1 year ago (0 children). [–]getvexd 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (9 children). Has a little bit of a chunky sound compared to the stock fan which was more high pitched, but I prefer the Noctua and can rarely hear it even with my case right on my desk. Via has x86 license so yeah if via can come back we would have a 3rd competitor, [–]azeiaRyzen 9 3950X | Radeon RX 560 4GB 3 points4 points5 points 1 year ago (3 children). Problem is any new arch will need backwards compatibility, and that's easier said than done. [–]xMEECH08x 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (1 child), [–]nwash57 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (0 children). Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. For all intents and purposes therefore, when people use CISC in the context of x86, it's usually better to narrow the scope to what is really different between it and other designs, and it's honestly mostly legacy things that're there for backwards-compatibility. I didn't know it specifically needed a type C header so thats good to know. Almost no room to do anything and beneath a hot GPU. New Cyberpunk patch 1.05 actually makes performance worse on AMD 8 core CPUs? From wikipedia. VIA is actually owned by a pretty large conglomerate, but it seems they've been content to stick in embedded markets. It's worth noting that this kind of centralized business model and arrogance is what fucked Apple over back in the 70s/80s. Yeah I know about VIA, I didn't mention them because they haven't really done much for a long time. In our original test pre-GB bios update we had the X570 Pro and Master at 41-42 dBA at 10cm. Uh, there are more GPU AIBs than there are motherboard manufacturers. For the price I think the Gaming Plus looks the best. [–]fareszrR7 3800X|CROSSHAIR VII|GTX1070 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (2 children). That last option is only slightly less invasive than entirely switching to a different CPU arch though. It could be a fun indicator that your PCIe lanes are being stressed and suddenly, the smallest fan on your system turns on. 85dB at 50Hz is infinitely easier to deal with than 75dB at 10KHz, [–]Lulumurr1 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (13 children), Still can't decide - MSI MPG x570 Gaming Pro Carbon or Aorus x570 Pro, [–]Foritain-Techtesters[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (12 children). I wanted to pick a Taichi up, but after hearing about the fan getting blocked by long GPUs I've been a bit worried. Silent, Balanced and Performance modes, choose the mode that suits you the best in any situation. Technically you could say 0 % before, but it simply never stopped. [–]ryao 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago* (6 children). Gigabyte lets you turn the fan off if the chipset is under 60C.... i set that on day one and dont think it turned on even once. It would be far less difficult than trying to get a third major amd64 CPU designer to enter the market. I can confirm that my chipset fan only spins on boot-up, and then shuts off per my custom curve. Reason why this would be interesting: If you are concerned about 1) the noise generated from the chipset fan and/or 2) the longevity of the chipset fan (afterall, a dead fan might lead to a dead motherboard), you would want to have the fan spin as little as possible for as much time as possible (with the optimal scenario being that it never spins - even under load). It's essentially CISC instruction --> CISC decoder --> several proprietary micro instructions --> RISC decoder, [–]BlackDE 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (1 child). What temperature do you set it to start rotating at? Given that patents usually are filed before the release of a product, and that Opteron with AMD64 came out in 2003, we'll be able to have independent 64bit x86 CPUs around 2023 or so, maybe sooner depending on when relevant patents were filed. We'll have some X570 builds in the coming weeks, we'll at least see if some interesting data pops up to dive into that further. [–]Phlier3900x | MSI X570 Ace | 2x16GB 3600 CL15 B-Die 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (0 children), can attest to the MSI ACE being very quiet. Watch the video you'll get noise. Now, I finally don't hear the whine of it. In the case of games, only the engine itself would be open source, not the assets of course. There are have been many reddit posts regarding how loud the chipset fan is at load. I don’t like the x570 boards having the tiny cooling fan on the chipset. Sep 25, 2020 #49 I. Ice009 Weaksauce. [–]BubsyFanboy1050p60,9600GT,Win10,Pentium G4400,4GB DDR3 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (3 children). But theres a point where selling more at a lower margin is worth it, [–]Foritain-Techtesters[S] 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (0 children). Gigabyte flaunts its fleet of X570 motherboards, including the passively cooled Aorus X570 Xtreme :OCheck out our sponsors. [–]htt_novaqi5-3570k @ 4.3 / Vega 56 @ 1540 UV 9 points10 points11 points 1 year ago (2 children). Otherwise you cant hook up your case's type-c port. [–]TIK_GT 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (0 children), [–]Acreddo 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (0 children), [–]htt_novaqi5-3570k @ 4.3 / Vega 56 @ 1540 UV 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (0 children), [–]Wellhellob 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (1 child), [–]Foritain-Techtesters[S] 3 points4 points5 points 1 year ago (0 children), [–]wawa_springwaterAMD 3900X | Asus Crosshair VIII Formula | 2080Ti Hybrid 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (7 children). Nowadays a lot of business law gets decided by who has more money, it's sad but it's the current state of affairs; there are of course exceptions, but still. [–]return_of_the_ring 11 points12 points13 points 1 year ago (2 children). AM4 is all about longevity and these 10 cent fans are just begging to fail and end up bricking the board(or at least severely limiting your features), Its all about the margins though I suppose. Without audio or video of the actual fan noise, this video doesnt help me at all. Welcome to /r/AMD — the subreddit for all things AMD; come talk about Ryzen, Threadripper, EPYC, Navi, the next-gen consoles, news, rumours, show-off your build and more. Wow, that explains a lot. Joined: 3 Aug 2015 Posts: 1,710. use the following search parameters to narrow your results: Join the Radeon Vanguard program (Beta Testing). Their bios implementations have always been wacky and … | Apr | Mar | Feb | Jan [–]lystig 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (1 child). Initially, I had reservations about it, but it is honestly not that noisy, and I cannot hear it spinning above my Gentle Typhoon fans. Have to look at it to tell it's running. Not only has it got the detailed fan blades of an MSI GPU, but its X570 boards are also including a 0dB mode too. Rule 2: No referral or affiliate links - referral or affiliate links are not allowed. We early buyers are taking the leap of faith. GIGABYTE X570 motherboards based on the AMD X570 Chipset provide full support for 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen™ Processors. Joined Jun 2, 2017 Messages 3,196 (2.47/day) System Specs. Didn't watch it so can't answer it clearly, but usually it's all about the VRM phases or something (pardon my ignorance) so basically you find the best 5 and check via the video what was the quietest of them. The X570 Taichi as of the 1.60 bios will allow a zero speed on the custom curve. This is literally why I chose the Gigabyte Master x570 board over everything else as I saw this discussion playing out on their message boards. I have to use the low power mode when just browsing else the cpu fan randomly revs up. It's not known why they stopped, but I would guess there may have been some legal threats behind closed doors. For reference, ~40 dB is the sound level of a dishwasher... idk about you guys but I wouldn't want dishwasher-level noise coming from 1 tiny fan in my room while I'm gaming, [–]MrInYourFACE 5 points6 points7 points 1 year ago (0 children). Clock speed is only part of the equation. Fair point with them not investing more on their designs but I just wanted to point out that TDP is not truly indicative of the amount of heat it generates. How was your experience with installing and whatnot? It should be just fine for anything released on AM4. I think there will always be a small perf penalty though, but maybe it's not a serious issue. It does take a lot of time, and building extra systems just to run a hotbox for a chipset makes it even more time intensive (and not forget, cant actually measure noise at that point due to space.). [–]ShadowHawk045 11 points12 points13 points 1 year ago (1 child). its heading that way now. Whats your pc case, and whats your use case for your pc? Got a Ryzen 7 3700x, MSI RTX 2070 Super Trio X, G.Skill RipJaws V 3200MHz (16GB), 2x Nvme SSD Crucial 1TB, [–]xLuky 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (10 children), [–]Foritain-Techtesters[S] 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (2 children), I'm sorry I should have clarified: the MSI board doesn't have an internal type-c connector for cases that have Type-C :), [–]xLuky 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (1 child). This is a big help! [–]ManaForestCBD 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (0 children), When I get home I’ll link you my pc part picker build if that’s alright, I’d like to verify I’m not getting anything that’s a waste, [–]ManaForestCBD 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (2 children). If the post lacks said comment, it will be removed. Get faster performance and keep your chipset cooler to begin with, use your 4 CPU lanes before chipset lanes. You may also want to use /r/AMDHelp and /r/TechSupport. Sure, its completely fine. Test with the highest power AIB gpus which let hot air into the case and also potentially block the fan opening. I think they wouldn't have added that fan if they could, specially with the heavy competition they have. Hell, if one of them sprung for a replaceable fan thatd be MASSIVE for them too. I do like MSI bios more than GB bios, but not enough more to justify not taking the generally better hw on GB boards this gen. But honestly until you start pushing a 3900X to it's limits it shouldnt make much of a difference, and from what I see from overclocking now the CPU temps/voltage become an issue way before the VRMs do. Now, after the latest BIOS, they have a silent option that does basically what OP's Gigabyte board does. 2019: Q4 | Q3 | Q2 | Q1 Pictures of boxes are not allowed. ROCK-SOLID PERFORMANCE . [–]azeiaRyzen 9 3950X | Radeon RX 560 4GB 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (3 children). It might start a trend where at least the source code of projects would be opened up, and then distros could have binaries for different architectures in their repositories. Now I can supplement that with videos of a geeky girl. I have the x570 Master. yet still gets put in.where finale seeing multi core/thread software that was only written for consumer due to at the time. Eh, I wouldn't praise the motherboard market too much. [–]sion21 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (0 children). Anyway, other than sacrificing the X570 chipset for a B450 chipset based motherboard, any options in X570 without a chipset fan? [–]Foritain-Techtesters[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (0 children). [–]smartid 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (2 children), are you able to hear coil whine when it happens, or is it too high frequency for your ears to pick up, [–]Foritain-Techtesters[S] 4 points5 points6 points 1 year ago (0 children). Around Same temps on cpu in game as well. Default curve on mine doesn't have the fan turn on until 60C. X570 Chipset Temperatures and Fan Noise. The current X470 chipset is still well in the running with a whopping 8 watts in the maximum, but for the X570 chipset this power consumption increases significantly for some of it. I think the probability that Apple will fail in their transition isn't as low as people think. [–]BubbleCast3950x || 1080Ti 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (4 children). Very technical though. There wouldn't be much point in stressing a GPU in the CPU lane slots right? Even on Silent, it's the loudest part of my system. [–]JoshHardware 3 points4 points5 points 1 year ago (0 children). I can just agree with that (as in MSI board being quiet), my Gaming Pro Carbon is very quiet. [–]Lulumurr1 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (2 children), [–]Foritain-Techtesters[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (1 child), [–]Cynderxi7 7700k | Crossfire Vega 64 | RTX 2080ti 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (1 child), That’s okay, I can’t hear that fan over my over volting 3800x cpu fan going nuts at idle, [–]yellowpasta_mech 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (0 children). Personally I prefer to never measure things from that close, we measure cases and coolers at 50cm and GPUs at 25 and 50cm, but in this situation due to the size of the setup we had no alternative way to get an accurate comparison. [–]Geistbar 4 points5 points6 points 1 year ago (0 children). See any chipset fan on those gigantic beasts? LLVM supports every bytecode version from 3.0 onward: http://releases.llvm.org/7.0.1/docs/DeveloperPolicy.html#ir-backwards-compatibility. Can't hear that little fan over all my other fans in the rig anyway. I will likely end up with the elite and will likely save 100 dollars or so too! It's just such outright laziness that gets me. Likewise here with the Taichi x570 - even pre-latest BIOS I was able to set a custom curve to make it near silent. [–]yqtyyz 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (0 children). Not really required to run 99% of the time. It's more than I've ever spent on a motherboard but its been worth the extra 30-50ish dollars over the 470 board I was going to get. I meant those who make the GPU chips themselves. but by then corp lvl already was using it(big business ). Elite VRM is the same VRM on the pro, pro wifi, and ultra ($300 board). Exactly for the reason you're asking actually: If you add a tiny bit of airflow, even a big open-design GPU for example in the slot above it, the fan won't even spin up at all on the GB/MSI boards. I actually had to do this a long time ago, because I had a particular bug that required an older version of Mesa but still wanted newer LLVM (due to other packages pulling in the newer one), so I had to compile my own Mesa. If it offers all the headers you need? Noctua's new NF-A12x25 (On the U12 Heatsink mind you, so that does impact it a bit) measures at 40,0 dBA at 50,0 cm in our test setup (at 100% duty cycle). The all-new design is a testament to GIGABYTE's dedication to design quality. Love it :D, [–]bbqwatermelon 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago (0 children), [–]freddyt55555 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (0 children). I didn't change anything. Tech Support Megathreads: [–]Cloudream 13 points14 points15 points 1 year ago (3 children), [–]ygguanaAMD Ryzen 3800X | GTX 1070Ti @ 2050 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago (0 children). It's just that switching architectures is such a massive undertaking that we really should switch to something open and future-proof if we're to do it at all... [–]KananX 19 points20 points21 points 1 year ago (0 children), Because they are vastly more complex to develop, it's two different worlds, [–]freddyt55555 4 points5 points6 points 1 year ago (2 children). Keep in mind that this is a gigabyte one which, IIRC per your measurements, is ~38 dB. Member. The chipsets are in an incredibly difficult spot on the motherboard. 2018: Dec | Nov | Oct | Sep | Aug | Jul | Jun | May | Apr | Mar | Feb | Jan [–]azeiaRyzen 9 3950X | Radeon RX 560 4GB 10 points11 points12 points 1 year ago (1 child). The only reason x86 is CISC is for backwards-compatibility, and most modern x86 processors actually have a RISC-like microarchitecture with microcode that gives you the x86 ISA; this has been the standard design since the Pentium Pro back in the 90s. Yes, the way dB works is via exponential growth/decay. The problem is basically that by the time the old patents expire, the software ecosystem is already dependent on a set of new patented instruction sets, so it's a constant vicious cycle of vendor lock-in. There are some engineers that think modern designs have transcended the "RISC/CISC" divide because of this, since pretty much most CPUs are a bit more elaborate than what we would've called a pure "RISC" design back in the 90s. [–]Foritain-Techtesters[S] 7 points8 points9 points 1 year ago (1 child). AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX mobile APU in Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 SE exceeds 4.7 GHz and outperforms Intel Core i7-10700K desktop chip in Geekbench. I ordered this board but it hasn't come in yet, will i have issues not running the chipset fan if I'm using pcie 3.0 instead of 4.0? Rule 8: Straw polls and Reddit polls are not allowed - We encourage discussion and debate. The default balanced profile was tested, I believe. (youtu.be), submitted 1 year ago by Foritain-Techtesters, [–]Foritain-Techtesters[S] 47 points48 points49 points 1 year ago (19 children), On behalf of Nada who made this video: if there are any questions, just ask :), [–]ltron2 20 points21 points22 points 1 year ago (8 children). Just peace and quiet. Which is great of course. 3rd: A decent case has nothing to do with it. in fact my whole build is pretty silent which makes me happy, [–]bluefisch200AMD Ryzen 7 3700X | MSI X570 GPC | EVGA RTX 2070 Super XC Ultra 10 points11 points12 points 1 year ago (0 children). I'm using a single pcie 4 nvme drive, and have not had the chipset get hot enough to turn the fan on. The loudest thing in my case is a magnetic storage drive that will be removed shortly. Also using x570 Aorus Master on silent profile. I do not think anybody has tested it yet. This is just one reddit thread I have linked here. I couldnt believe it at the time. [–]Jawbone220 18 points19 points20 points 1 year ago (2 children). This would of course primarily be interesting for the list of boards that have a mode for which the chipset fan does not run until a certain temperature is reached. And if you care about WiFi, ASUS has the TUF, or you can slap a $15 AX200 chip on a dozen cheaper boards.