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I set fan to manual as a part oboe started (25/30% @ 60c) and that helps a ton.
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Hey Cecil - what are the power and current readouts on your 3900X + Taichi X590? Mine are very wrong, half of what they should be. If I turn off a CCD they get halved once again so I'm in a bit of a pickle here whether to do anything about anything.

PPT - 70 watts
TDC - 43 amps

as seen in Ryzen Master during a Prime95 small FFT test
https://imgur.com/a/Z01Nu4H

or in HWiNFO64 at the same time
https://imgur.com/a/nDkakhs

What values do you see?
Ryzen 3900X, Taichi X570
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Originally posted by shmerl shmerl wrote:

So what's the current situation with chipset fan noise with X570 Taichi? Is quite profile helping with it?

Quiet profile works but I have configured it manually. I'd say 3500 rpm or lower it is quite silent, or my other fans make more noise. I don't have an issue with the fan but I could imagine if someone has started building and #1 priority has been noise levels then you might be in trouble. I have front fans (140mm), top fan (200mm) and side fan (140mm).

That 3500 rpm equals about 45% power and chipset temp is around ~59-63C.

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I've had a mostly okay experience with the X570 Taichi, until yesterday morning when I got back into the office. Sounds like my chipset fan is grinding already, anyone have any ideas? I've attempted to contact ASRock, but still no response yet.

Here's a video of the fan starting up.
https://photos.app.goo.gl/9oHaDFcNBZRseVqo8

Hopefully they can send me out a replacement cooler.

Also, does anyone seem to have a pair of calipers to determine the distance between the board and the and the rear backplate? I'm trying to figure out if there's a way I can put a heatpad there to help conduct heat away from the chipset and onto the metal that's behind the board.
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Originally posted by TheBigNoob TheBigNoob wrote:

I've had a mostly okay experience with the X570 Taichi, until yesterday morning when I got back into the office. Sounds like my chipset fan is grinding already, anyone have any ideas? I've attempted to contact ASRock, but still no response yet.

Here's a video of the fan starting up.
https://photos.app.goo.gl/9oHaDFcNBZRseVqo8



That is horrible. Sounds like the fan is defective. I wonder if anyone will figure out custom cooling solutions for such chipsets? They can really benefit from bigger and more silent fans.
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