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I had no problems power down the system with Bios L3.77 or Bios 3.90,only on Bios
L3.78 when power down,when restart I had default Bios setting.



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Originally posted by nebidaan nebidaan wrote:

Having read your replies, I think I'll just stick to 3.60 for now. Currently my system is rock stable, no stability/boot/temperature/BSoD issues (never had in fact since I put together this build).

That power on problem sounds quite annoying, especially considering I tend to turn off my PC completely at the end of the day then cold boot every morning.

Yeah, 3.60 works well, but in 3.90,as I read from datasheet, can provide some overclocking opportunity by some fixes inside the code in pbo and xfr
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Originally posted by nebidaan nebidaan wrote:

Having read your replies, I think I'll just stick to 3.60 for now. Currently my system is rock stable, no stability/boot/temperature/BSoD issues (never had in fact since I put together this build).

That power on problem sounds quite annoying, especially considering I tend to turn off my PC completely at the end of the day then cold boot every morning.


the nightmare isnt loosing settings on cold boot the nightmare is getting it to post and retain settings

problem 1
actually it totally just powers on with no beeps/codes hard to switch off

either keep trying via psu switch or reset cmos to have the system post

problem 2
loading profile when it actually boots may not work

a, either keep repeating problem one until it accepts your uefi profile
b, boot into windows with safe defaults then restart to load uefi profile (50% chance to start from the top)

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Originally posted by gizmic gizmic wrote:

Originally posted by nebidaan nebidaan wrote:

Having read your replies, I think I'll just stick to 3.60 for now. Currently my system is rock stable, no stability/boot/temperature/BSoD issues (never had in fact since I put together this build).

That power on problem sounds quite annoying, especially considering I tend to turn off my PC completely at the end of the day then cold boot every morning.

Sounds like new hardware connection algorithm - plug and pray.

the nightmare isnt loosing settings on cold boot the nightmare is getting it to post and retain settings

problem 1
actually it totally just powers on with no beeps/codes hard to switch off

either keep trying via psu switch or reset cmos to have the system post

problem 2
loading profile when it actually boots may not work

a, either keep repeating problem one until it accepts your uefi profile
b, boot into windows with safe defaults then restart to load uefi profile (50% chance to start from the top)

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Originally posted by John29 John29 wrote:

I had no problems power down the system with Bios L3.77 or Bios 3.90,only on Bios
L3.78 when power down,when restart I had default Bios setting.



ASROCK X470 Taichi bios 3.90 Ryzen 3700X
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X All core at 4200
Noctua NH-U12A
Red Devil 5600XT 6gb
Samsung 970 Pro M.2
Samsung 860 EVO M.2
TeamGroup Dark Pro "8Pack Edition" 4x8 32GB PC4-25600C14 3200 running at 3600 at 1.380
Seasonic 750 Platinuim

Did you try boot after full turning off (PSU is off)? Does Mobo save xmp profile?
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dont have to worry he will be back lol
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On Bios 3.60,L3.77 and 3.90 after a full turning off (PSU is off) Taichi
kept all my Bios setting.
On Bios L3.78 after a power off I lost all my Bios settings.
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Hmm, I shut down my system every day and don't have any "BIOS settings reset" bug.
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Originally posted by John29 John29 wrote:

On Bios 3.60,L3.77 and 3.90 after a full turning off (PSU is off) Taichi
kept all my Bios setting.
On Bios L3.78 after a power off I lost all my Bios settings.

Ok, I'll try to update again and boot with xmp profile
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So, there is still some problem with new BIOS. It can't run stable with a higher clocks than xmp, as for my system, I have xmp on 3200 and can't achieve more than 3400, but on 3.60 I have no problem with 3600 with custom timings (using ryzen dram calculator)
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