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Hey guys. New to the forum. I have an Taichi x399 with a 1920x Threadripper and F4-320016D-16GV x8 setup and I'm unable to get the BIOS to:

1) see C1 and C2 slotted memory regardless of which modules I swap in
2) get the board to OC the memory to it's full 3200Mhz potential

I believe I am on the latest firmware as this is an RMA board (long story of a CPU failure where I couldn't determine whether the board or CPU was the culprit).

Any help would be greatly appreciated. This is also my first post so hopefully this is in the right thread.
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hello there,

The more ram sticks used, the less speed to run, beyond below speed is overclock and depend on luck.

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Originally posted by ViCe ViCe wrote:

I finally got a refund for x470 Taichi and found out what problem was: seller's warranty department provided me with very interesting information - near 30% of mobo is defective from factory as my one (CMOS, BIOS flash etc.), bios department in ASRock tests bios on consumers, collect information from forums and then try to fix problems, but without inside tests. In June there are near 40 RMA and refunds and all of them are because of problems with bios, so, it can be an indicator of quality of ASRock mobos. I bought Asus crosshair vii and there is no problem. So, my advice - forget about ASRock, it's very bad manufacturer



Asrock so slow update bios for x470 taichi ultimate.
Every b450 asrock board have already new agesa.
I'm disappointed in this. I will look also for new motherboard.
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Originally posted by marcin2468 marcin2468 wrote:

Originally posted by ViCe ViCe wrote:

I finally got a refund for x470 Taichi and found out what problem was: seller's warranty department provided me with very interesting information - near 30% of mobo is defective from factory as my one (CMOS, BIOS flash etc.), bios department in ASRock tests bios on consumers, collect information from forums and then try to fix problems, but without inside tests. In June there are near 40 RMA and refunds and all of them are because of problems with bios, so, it can be an indicator of quality of ASRock mobos. I bought Asus crosshair vii and there is no problem. So, my advice - forget about ASRock, it's very bad manufacturer



Asrock so slow update bios for x470 taichi ultimate.
Every b450 asrock board have already new agesa.
I'm disappointed in this. I will look also for new motherboard.

Yeah mate the bios is very slow on asrock, this is the last time i will buy a motherboard from them!
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I just bought a 3600XT and a B550 Phantom Gaming-ITX/ax - how can I undervolt my cpu so that it dont get that hot? Didn't find any offset or something simular. Maybe I'm blind?

Thank in advanced!
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Originally posted by DaReaLDeviL DaReaLDeviL wrote:

I just bought a 3600XT and a B550 Phantom Gaming-ITX/ax - how can I undervolt my cpu so that it dont get that hot? Didn't find any offset or something simular. Maybe I'm blind?

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Maybe you didn't go into the advanced mode?
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Originally posted by DaReaLDeviL DaReaLDeviL wrote:

I just bought a 3600XT and a B550 Phantom Gaming-ITX/ax - how can I undervolt my cpu so that it dont get that hot? Didn't find any offset or something simular. Maybe I'm blind?

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If you want to reduce heat. I don't think you will get a good difference by undervolting.

Without changing your cooler or cooler settings. I'd try "ECO Mode" which will reduce the "PPT" (maximum power draw by CPU).

If this is still not enough, (CPU is still hot to your liking). Then you can try enabling PBO and setting a custom PPT, lower than ECO Mode PPT.

Note1: by reducing PPT you might reduce performance. But maybe it won't impact you at all. So run FPS tests before and after doing this. If the difference is very little (1%-3% less performance), then you should be happier.

Note2: Best solution would be to install an aftermarket CPU Cooler with bigger heatsink and 120mm or 140mm FAN.


Note3: I don't know about 3600XT max temp. But the max temp of 3600 and 3600X is 95繙C. So as long as you operate below 95繙C you should be fine. And this is a high number, unless you enable PBO with a very high PPT.
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I have the same problem as above with The B550 Phantom Gaming-ITX/ax and cannot find the setting for undervolting with an negative offset too.
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hi everyone, I experience carshes in games (flight simulator, world of tanks) and would like to know where it can come from.
MB : B450 M pro4
CPU ryzen 5 3600
GPU sapphire rx 580
maybe from RAM ? 1 slot DDR4 4Go 3200, 1 slot DDR4 4Go 2133 (both set by bios at 2133 automatically)
Just flashed bios (4.30) but no result. No other issue seen for the moment.
Thanks for your help.
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Will the X570 boards (specifically the phantom gaming 4) support the latest Ryzen PRO CPUs? The PRO CPUs are the only ones that support memory encryption (except for the EPYC CPUs).
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