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Yeah, I'm pretty sure a near bios update will normalize this thing.
Good shout, with the Kaby Lake CPUs especially the temperature spikes as soon as you even touch the CPU voltage controls in the BIOS.
And yeah, MSI have been nailing their motherboard releases recently - it used to be Asus all the way, but both Gigabyte and MSI have really stepped up their games.
I'm pretty sure neither of those is the fault of AMD or AMD's drivers, but rather the board partner that manufactured the card. The drivers can't kill your HDMI port and they can't fix a broken fan. I've never had a problem waking from sleep mode and I, too, use an R9-290. I believe your disappointment is misplaced.
As a consumer, I don't care where exactly the blame lies. All I know is I got a terrible end-user experience. With Nvidia, more precisely MSI, I am literally no issues with the 970.
I don't think anyone expected this to be different.
Hmm, I'm afraid I don't have a Z87 board to hand to test it out on. I've just dropped the 960 EVO drive into a x4 PCIe add-in board to check it and the EVO is booting absolutely fine here, but that is on a Z170 which already has NVMe support.
I've got a feeling you might need to do a fresh install rather than cloning an existing Windows installation, and make sure you have the latest BIOS for your board, but as far as I know Z87 boards should still be able to boot from an add-in board.
And Win10, sorry.
I don't play with easy heros.
Nor you play Overwatch at all, otherwise you wouldn't say something so stupid.
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