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Will there bios with Ryzen XT support for AB350 PRO4? I see that the M version of the same board already has support for XT cpu's, so I don't understand why the full ATX board haven't got it yet? Most of the asrock boards got the bios update.
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Originally posted by flomax flomax wrote:

There is a 6.40 bios out that states it adds XT support, and I flashed than prior to installing the new cpu - however now with the 3600XT installed it doesn't even want to POST. The LEDs come on after pushing power button, but cpu fan doesn't spin and it just appears to reset itself continuously. Switching back to a 1700X works fine.

Has anyone got any XT processors running on an x370 based board (taichi specifically) ??


Some of us 3000 series X users experience your problem, example and solution in http://forum.asrock.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=14013 post no.4

user datonyb's solution is http://forum.asrock.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=14595 post no.2

x370 Taichi is notorious with 3000 series, hahahaah. you've got to find ways to tame it..
X370Taichi 4x8GB HOF4CXLBS3600K17LD162C CX750M Optane900P TT_V71
3800x PoseidonAbsoluteZero4 BarrowPWM-17w pump4200rpm>bykski420x140x28
HISvega64 BS-AMRVEGA-PA FancierPWM-10w pump2700rpm>420x140x86
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My X370 Taichi with 3700X (BIOS 6.20) went into a BIOS boot loop after I carried out a CMOS RESET. Booting without RAM and swapping modules around did not resolve the issue.

I replaced the 3700X with an 1800X which allowed the system to boot. I then downgraded BIOS 6.20 to 5.80 and re-installed the 3700X. Since then, the issue appears to be resolved.

It was EASY to reproduce the BIOS loop issue on boot once again AFTER updating the BIOS to 6.20. If I cleared the CMOS using the external button on the X370 Taichi I/O panel the BIOS loop issue would return.

For me I am staying away from BIOS 6.20


Here is the Reddit Thread I found this in..

https://www.reddit.com/r/ASRock/comments/g77sk5/3600x_x370_taichi_boot_loop/

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https://www.reddit.com/r/ASRock/comments/hzxtav/new_bioses_for_x370_motherboards/

6.32 was the first version to add XT support it might worth trying rather than 6.40.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote srdjan1995 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Sep 2020 at 8:21pm
Why is there still no bios with Ryzen XT support on AB350 Pro4, but the AB350M Pro4 already have it? Those are basically the same boards, except the first one is Full ATX and the other is not.
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Hello there, 2 month ago i bought asrock b550m steel legende mb + ryzen 5 3600. Until yesterday i had no any problem when i get to update bios. After updating bios from 1.00 to v1.2 cpu always using turbo boost on balanced mode, before it was idle like 1.5-1.8ghz maybe even even less i dont remember correctly. Now all the time it is 3.7-4.11ghz in idle no any activities 1% cpu usage. Because i get info cpu temp goes high 50+ and fan makes noise. When i use power save mode i get 2.19 clocked cpu and not down or up. Any help would be appreciated.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote alander Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Sep 2020 at 3:24am
Sounds like its running normal. You're fan settings got changed when you updated bios and just need to adjust the settings in bios. It's normal for the CPU to get boosted when things are running cool. When idle in Windows its not exactly idle with windows apps running in the background at all times.
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Will Asrock be adding support for the Ryzen 5000 CPU's to x470 and B450 BIOS? I just saw MSI announce today that they will be supporting all of their X470 and B450 boards. I would not be pleased if Asrock doesn't follow MSI's lead in supporting the new CPUs. Personally I don't see any huge value in the hardware support of the X570 and B550 over the predecessors from a performance perspective in my particular situation (work software dev't + moderate gaming).

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Is the latest BIOS 4.20 stable on a x470Master to run a 3700x? i am running a 2700x right now, using the version 1.9 without any issues OVerclocked and with super low memory timings on my C14 Smasumg B die kit
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I'm using it on the x470 Master SLI/ac (that's nearly identical) with 3950x and it seems fine but some memory options are missing so if you tweak your RAM some options might not be available. I'd stick to P3.70 with "Update AMD AGESA Combo-AM4 1.0.0.4 Patch B" if you need those memory OC options with the Zen2 CPU. With P4.20 you can flashback to P3.70 if needed. The UEFI/BIOS is much better in P3.70. If you do up your BIOS version install the updated chipset drivers from AMD first before you flash and make sure your running at least Windows 10 ver1909.

I had a lengthy newegg review with instructions how I updated hassle free but it is not listed anymore. I copied my instructions below and updated them from when I was running a 3800x. The 3800x did just fine with air cooling so 3700x should be no problem but for 3950x you really should get the EK monoblock or heat can be a problem with the VRM's.

Upgrading to AMD Ryzen 7 3800X 8-Core (16 thread) 3.9 GHz (4.5 GHz Max Boost)
- Before swapping CPU:
- Reset to BIOS defaults, save, reboot
- If you have a BIOS/UEFI older than P1.90 update to P1.90 first!
- Be sure to update to BIOS/UEFI version P3.70 (minimum).
- Install new AMD chipset drivers and update Ryzen Master
- Swap CPU
- After swapping CPU:
- It is normal to have to wait some time for the motherboard to detect the new processor and readjust before posting. (potentially multiple reboots)
- Reset to BIOS to defaults again, save, reboot
- Do not use any pre-saved BIOS/UEFI profiles with your older processor. Save over top any existing profiles you had to avoid loading any incompatible settings you had with your prior processor.
- Do not panic when you see the voltages after your new 3000 series CPU is installed. Google "the_final_word_on_idle_voltages_for_3rd_gen_ryzen" and read the article there to understand what is happening. It is normal and related to core boosting behavior.

Hope this helps. I think the master is EOL now, I'd start grabbing a copy of the BIOS from the site in case the page is taken down. The Master SLI/ac page is no longer available.
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