Motherboard cpui ratio is way too low.


#61

I got a my replacement motherboard, installed it, and now my CPU ratio is 36, as it should be.
I have a ticket open with ASUS, and it took them a week ( I just got the email this morning) that possibly the CPU or MB might be bad. A little slow, but better late than never I guess.


#62

Great to hear you got this issue resolved! I’d hate for all that expended brainpower in this thread to be wasted!


#63

Yeah, good to hear that it’s resolved. Reading the saga also made me realize that if this had happened to me, I wouldn’t even know it. There’s no way I’d be running CPU tests and all that, and checking the CPU ratio. I’d just have been stuck with a bad motherboard, and my computer would have been slower than I liked sometimes.


#64

My brain has had 5% less power all week! :D


#65

As well as everyone speaks of them, I’ve pretty much only had shitty experiences with Asus. Because of this I’ve stopped buying their shit for about at least 5 years now and I’ve also not had issues with hardware reliability like before. My biggest current letdown lately has been EVGA power supplies.


#66

I do not normally run these things. I just noticed because I thought windows was a bit sluggish, and unzipping a file took a while, and finally installing nivida driver updates took forever for the actual driver install to start. It was at that point I started wondering what was up went to the bios and saw that ratio thing and then I started googling.


#67

I had great experience with their high-end mobos, but the last one I bought was … almost 7 years ago now (and still going strong)?


#68

All my high end boards from Asus over last 10 years had failures. Their QC is abyssmal.