My first ever pc build. Ryzen 5900x + 6900XT. I know it is not rocket science but I am surprised it went so well (except for a d3 message in MB I cannot get rid of)

1 : Anonymous2021/12/05 10:33 ID: r9d1u4
My first ever pc build. Ryzen 5900x + 6900XT. I know it is not rocket science but I am surprised it went so well (except for a d3 message in MB I cannot get rid of)
2 : Anonymous2021/12/05 10:50 ID: hnb7wye

Go to task scheduler library and look for AMDRyzenMasterSDKTask, right click and select disable, no more d3 error code. You also do need to do a reboot.

Ps: ryzen master will not work after this. I don't think this will be a problem since you can get ppt values from the net and you can tune the curve yourself.

ID: hnba49f

Thanks for the tip. Strange thing is that I do not notice any performance issue as it is.

I have run stress tests and benchmarks to ensure everything is working as expected. The results are slightly above average vs other similar systems (69th percentile vs others 5900x + 6900xt)

ID: hnbl26m

D3 is not a problem code. If you watch the codes on startup you should see AA or AO whatever good is and then it will go D3. I got D3 because I turned off one of the TPM functions in the BIOS. It just means something is not available.

3 : Anonymous2021/12/05 10:48 ID: hnb7tvu


4 : Anonymous2021/12/05 18:30 ID: hncpkq4

Love sapphire. Beautiful cards visually too. I got a5950x and the exact same card Special edition of the sapphire nitro + rx6800xt. Things a beasttt! I’d never go back to nvidia if amd keeps up with what they’re doing. I got mine all packed inside a Corsair crystal 280x micro atx case too. I was short on space I had to put my setup. And my temps are great! 60-65 max on gpu and 70 max on cpu. For such monsterous hardware I thot I’d have cooling issues. But it runs great even after hours and hours of gaming. Never goes pst those numbers.

5 : Anonymous2021/12/05 11:32 ID: hnbb1zs

Love the 5000d airflow, best case on the market imo

ID: hnd8484

The Lian Li Lancool II Mesh doesn't agree with you

6 : Anonymous2021/12/05 11:44 ID: hnbbxhk

I like the looks, but how is the noise? I had a lian li pc 011 with 9 corsair 120ll's and when gaming its Was pretty loud or very how, thats why i Switched to a case with many 140mm fans

ID: hnbcmm8

To be honest, it gets noisy at demanding tasks, but I play games with Bose NC 700 headphones, and the noise cancellation is remarkable. I do not even notice them.

ID: hnbczfw

Then thats perfect, i was hearing the Fans upwards of 1000 RPM through my Headset and its really anoying to always have this High pitched humming in the background, when enjoying the scenery in Rd2 or listening for footsteps in R6. Have a nice Weekend and enjoy your PC.

ID: hnbura3

Using Bluetooth?

7 : Anonymous2021/12/05 17:14 ID: hncdnyf

Have you tested temps with and without the side fans? I'm curious if the side fans are really providing much benefit from a cooling perspective, or if they're really just for aesthetics. I'm sure there's a review somewhere that shows the difference, but I haven't seen one.

ID: hncfv95

No, I have not test them.

Honestly, I chose this config because there were plenty of videos of pc builds with this case and this fan set up. It was my first build, so just followed other people's intructions.

ID: hncg8h5

It looks great, I'm not trying to imply otherwise. This is just my own curiosity as in my head it doesn't seem like they'd provide much thermal benefit, especially with a liquid cooler on your CPU.

8 : Anonymous2021/12/05 20:49 ID: hndcu80

Nice GPU sag

9 : Anonymous2021/12/05 22:12 ID: hndq3ez

Heck yeah I just did a very similar build except with a 3060 gpu. I didn’t do the extra three side fans tho, how did you wire up all the led fans? For mine I plugged the front 3 and the top 3 for the radiator into one usb light hub thing then I had to use another hub for just the back fan.. haven’t built since fallout 4 so I’m new to led stuff ha. There’s a few led ports on my mobo I could prolly just use instead I have no idea how that stuff works haha. Having trouble getting my 4000mhz ram up it is set to 2600 in my bios and when I try to change it I can’t boot


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