- Apr 27, 2000
For power, probably not. I can't promise the board will play nice unless the connectors are fully utilized. But it likely won't be an issue. I've never pushed more than 190W package power through my 3900x. An 1800x can easily chew more power than this thing.Question:
For the 3900X and X570 Aorus Pro, do I need to always also plug in the additional 4 Pin EPS besides the 8 pin EPS ?
By this point, there should be a BIOS available that lets you tweak fan speed on that chipset. The default balanced fan speed will react to temperature. If it's loud, I'm guessing it's already getting a bit toasty. What kind of temps are you seeing for the chipset in something like HWiNFO64?The X570 Aorus Pro chipset fan is really loud for me, and it gets covered fully by the Graphics card, wont this impact the heat and noise of the Chipset.