Re: OK what is REALLY going on with the Lanparty NF4 series?
The only issue I've had since building mine a couple weeks ago was when I was originally tinkering with OC'ing, vcore would drop back to default a couple times after I made changes in the bios.
I haven't had that problem since, vcore holds wherever I set it, I think it might have been related to leaving the vcore% adjustment at auto, whereas now I have it set to a percentage increase rather than auto.
I never really tracked the problem exactly as it hasn't been an issue since initially assembly and testing of the system, I'm just guessing that it was related to the vcore% adjustemnt.
Anyways I voted for the 2nd option and that there are probably some issues as every board has its qwerks I guess but all in all its been completely trouble free outside of that issue, no install problems, nothing in particular is disabled, works great, what else can I say.
I do understand there are going to be problem boards but that happens with every manufacturer, guess we'll have to wait until more people report if this becomes a trend but I'm very happy with the board I recieved, trouble free.
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