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Finally; it's an ASUS product and if past experience is anything to go by, we should see some strong performance coming out of the card. Because we've already looked at the card in such detail already, we'll just be getting straight into the overclocking side of things. So, on the next page we'll check out the test system setup and the overclock we managed to achieve.
The problem with that setup, and we see it a lot with Palit cards, is that the overclock just isn't going to be as strong versus a company that tells its fan or fans to ramp up to 80%+ when the cores start to really heat up. The thing is, though, you find that the MARS II creates a much more bearable card in gaming because it doesn't shoot up to 80dB.
That PSU spec is more like it. It's good you read the manual well, most do not and that's why I referenced it. Not to make you feel ignorant. BIOS Agesa 184.108.40.206 is the next best option. I didn't see any labeled as such which is why I went by date. So trying the Gigabyte M.2 in the top slot, no GPU, you assume no post/boot by the lights on the board? It's a reasonable assumption, just trying to be clear. I assume you are using 2 X16GB RAM and they are in the A2/B2 slots?
Return the board and buy a different brand like Asus or Gigabyte. If it's past that window, RMA the board. I've been reading about more MSI issues then I have since the AM3+ days. Most RMA the board or return for a different brand and that's it. Being it's not reading that M.2 at 4.0 no matter what BIOS, it's gotta be board related given the fact I think you tried the M.2 in a different PC and it read 4.0? Losing track of MSI problems posted on here, lol. All the issues relate to MSI's mid-range boards, just like in the AM3+ days. RMA'd 2 boards from the same customer that had goofy issues. He insisted on those boards because at the time they were the only offerings with serial ports.
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