hwmonXentries in sensors listings. This will result in
fancontrol.servicefailing for security reasons, and the automatic (louder) fan control that you've configured in BIOS/UEFI kicking in.
hwmon2, or 3…), i. e. change its number on both sides of any = in the file. To see which, run
pwmconfigto get a listing, but abort it right away by ctrl+C.
right. but unless the DELL mentioned above runs a 9th gen i7 with 6 cores then probably it was 4 cores, so the 3400g still might solve the problem. however it is not future proof at all. I would go with some itx config. obviously or wait for the new 300 series
HDMI 2.0 is very cable spec sensitive. You might try some top spec HDMI 2.0 HDR HDCP 2.2 whatever cable but try checking Amazon experiences first if that cable really does the job. I learnt that the hard way with a June Canyon NUC, which really didn't like to recognize or wake up my monitor with just the next cable at hand.Hello.
I have a small problem with my Deskmini A300. Sometimes, only when I cold start it, it doesn't post. The fan is working, the blue light is on, but the monitor remains in stand by. To start the computer I have to shut it down by pressing the power button and start it again. Usually the second time starts.
Tried about everything reset CMOS, flash again the BIOS, use another power brick, check ram.
Do you have any idea what may be causing the problem?
Yes @LostEnergy I'm agree... Sorry :-)Please understand that if we open this thread to any further purchase advice, it'll explode and be off-topic. Create a new thread.
Not enough to matter. I am assuming you have the Micron chips. You can up the voltage to 1.35 and increase your frequency to 3333 or 34000. If you're stable that would be the way to go. I wouldn't worry to much about it though. You talking about trying to squeeze an extra 1-3% max at the cost of stability.Hi all
Question about the memory here. I got the A300W last year and bought 3200Mhz ram but with cl of 22 (didn't know this was important). I primarily use this build for playing older games (currently on Tomb Raider 2013), and was wondering how this high cl could be affecting gaming performance. Do you think it's worth it to go 3000MHz 16cl? Thanks!
Because the iGPU uses the same ram I would get DDR4-3200. If it's going to be used for light work then you could go 2x4 sticks, but 2 Gigs of ram is going to be reserved for the iGPU so you'd want to go at least 2x8.If I build an A300 with a 3400G, which RAM should I use?
I had this same problem in Chrome with extreme stuttering and during that it also froze the PC. I also have 3400G and the latest BIOS.
If you're having trouble with YouTube and other videos in Chrome try installing the HEVC Video Extensions from the Microsoft Store (and enabling hardware acceleration in Chrome if it isn't already enabled). It was a night and day difference for me, videos were a stuttering mess before installing that and perfectly smooth afterwards.
Edit: I didn't test for long enough, I still have the same problems with videos stuttering/freezing in Chrome with hardware acceleration enabled (using a 3400G). I've had to disable hardware acceleration again, unless anyone else has any ideas!
Thanks for mentioning it, I've just re-enabled hardware acceleration in Chrome and I agree that videos are playing much more smoothly now!I had this same problem in Chrome with extreme stuttering and during that it also froze the PC. I also have 3400G and the latest BIOS.
But something has been fixed during the last 5 days because today I no longer experience this issue. Things updated: Windows 10 (Windows update 1904, KB4550945) and Chrome. Either one of those fixed it for me. Chrome is version 81.0.4044.122. And AMD Adrenalin 2020 Edition (20.4.2, also worked with 20.4.1).
Hey folks. I am right now considering my options for building a future arcade cabinet build (not exactly SFF depending on how I go except the board I want will be) and this one-of-a-kind STX board has naturally bubbled to the top of the list. My only concern is support for the Ryzen 7 4700G, upcoming the Zen 2-based, codename “Renoir“ 8-core APU. Recently, AMD has affirmed that upcoming Zen 3 Ryzen 4000 series processors will not be supported officially on 400-series chipsets and older. However, that statement leaves some ambiguity on the table since the 4700G is Zen 2. @ASRock System, will the Ryzen 4000 series APUs be supported on the A300 board? If they will, this board, which is the only STX board in production for AM4, would be the perfect solution for me.