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Motherboard: B450M Pro4
BIOS: 3.40
CPU: Ryzen 5 3600 (with stock cooler)
Memory: 2x16GB G.SKILL Fortis (for AMD) F4-2400C15D-32GFT @ 2400 c15
Power Supply: Antec EARTHWATTS GOLD PRO 550W
GPU: ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER MINI
M2_1 (Ultra M.2 Socket): Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB (NVME)
SATA1 : Seagate Momentus 2.5" 500GB

Problem I had encountered so far:

  • The performance of the ADATA SSD drive is very poor and I only get half of the specification rate and it is capped at ~1500MB/s for both read and write (although it is recognized and I can use it as boot drive).

    From the [URL=http://www.xpg.com/us/feature/583#Specifications]specification[/URL], it should be capable of performing at ~3000 to ~3500MB/s transfer rate.

    And according to CrystalDiskInfo, it is running only at "PCIe 3.0 x2" transfer mode but it also suggested that "PCIe 3.0 x4" mode is supported.

    I had tried to fill in and submit the support request form at ASRock website about 2 weeks ago for this particular problem but had not heard anything back from them yet.


  • According to [URL=https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18888871]UserBenchmark[/URL], the RAM is performing far below expectation.

    To be fair I have not enabled the XMP profile for ram / only used "AUTO" for most BIOS configuration so I am slightly less concerned about the RAM performance for now.

    (For your information, you can also see that the SSD drive is underperforming as well while the whole machines seems to give an expected performance as a whole)


  • Similar to some earlier posts, it is a bit slow on the booting - typically takes ~15s (with fast boot disabled) / ~10s (after enabling fast boot AND detaching all old SATA drives).

    This is not a huge problem but I wonder if I can do anything to improve it as the booting time is even longer than that of my ~5 years old Surface Pro 3 (< 5s) .



Please let me know if I should flash the latest BIOS for my motherboard / update any configuration.

Thanks!
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Originally posted by clbc12 clbc12 wrote:

I was hoping someone could tell me whether an issue I'm having is more likely to be a hardware or software issue. I have an R5 3600 and a B450M Steel Legend, and all the fans (both case fans and CPU fan) spin at full speed when booting or waking the machine from sleep mode, but then spin down after a second or 2 to a low-power state (in which even the LEDs go off, which is particularly strange), and refuse to spin up at any other time.

This is particularly troublesome because my CPU can reach 95C at full load, and the CPU fan never increases its speed to help cool it. I only have bios 2.1, so I'm hoping maybe this is the issue? Or is it more likely that the board is defective? (I'm using the stock cooler, by the way, if that makes a difference)

I know there have been a lot of issues with the Ryzen 3000 CPUs, so I was hoping somebody else might've had this one?


This is the same issue I have with a B450 ITX + a 3700X
And a much very quicker/easier way to trigger the issue is by turning off the Power Supply. This is worse than leaving the PC sleeping for a few hours.

MB: ASRock B450 ITX (P3.50)
CPU: Ryzen 7 3700X
RAM: Ballistix BLS2K8G4D32AESTK
SSD: Crucial P1 500 NVME
GPU: Gigabyte G1 GTX1080
PSU: Enermax ERX530AWT --> Corsair RM650x (CP-9020178)
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Yesterday I tried this method to clear the CMOS in a B450 ITX (and I left the PC like 8 hours with the Jumper ON and the battery disconnected):

http://forum.asrock.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=630&title=how-to-clear-cmos-via-battery-removal

But my profiles are still there, they were not wiped.

Could be possible that the profiles are never wiped and hence they are stored in some kind of separate memory?

MB: ASRock B450 ITX (P3.50)
CPU: Ryzen 7 3700X
RAM: Ballistix BLS2K8G4D32AESTK
SSD: Crucial P1 500 NVME
GPU: Gigabyte G1 GTX1080
PSU: Enermax ERX530AWT --> Corsair RM650x (CP-9020178)
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ray62 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 Aug 2019 at 4:05pm
The profiles should be wiped on/after bios updates in the flash, if the options structures are different compared to the former bios.
That has nothing to do with clear CMOS.
That would be bad, if the profiles would be cleared after clear CMOS!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote sebastianer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 Aug 2019 at 4:23pm
Ah ok, good to know. I thought that clearing the CMOS and removing the battery, should completely wipe the motherboard, including the personal profiles saved.
MB: ASRock B450 ITX (P3.50)
CPU: Ryzen 7 3700X
RAM: Ballistix BLS2K8G4D32AESTK
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Thanks to everyone who replied about B450M Steel Legend nvme boot drive success! I'll be using a Corsair Force MP510 960GB, let's see how it goes. I'll receive it today.
This board had the "Destiny 2" BIOS but it got pulled, will asrock update it to AGESA 1.0.0.3ABB? I'm waiting for it.
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You can also download the latest chipset drivers, which have a "workaround" for Destiny 2. (BIOS update will be better of course, in the future).

I personally don't care about having 1.0.0.3AB or 1.0.0.3ABB, etc.

I just want my motherboard to be able to boot 100% all the time, even if I put to sleep my PC, shutdown my PC, or turn off the PSU.
MB: ASRock B450 ITX (P3.50)
CPU: Ryzen 7 3700X
RAM: Ballistix BLS2K8G4D32AESTK
SSD: Crucial P1 500 NVME
GPU: Gigabyte G1 GTX1080
PSU: Enermax ERX530AWT --> Corsair RM650x (CP-9020178)
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Well, I don't really care about the Destiny 2 fix, because I don't play it. It's more that the latest AGESA is supposed to fix boost clocks, etc. It's more because of that...
I'll receive my ryzen and MB today, I hope I don't have those kind of issues, let's see how it goes, fingers crossed.
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I sold AB350 itx ac and buy ASUS ROG STRIX X470-I GAMING and the asus works fantastic with ryzen 3600X and i can run 4,4Ghz on all cores :-) what a beast

boot problems on AB350 itx, makes me angry, when on Asus works all fine why not on Asrock ?

I was buying 100+ board from asrock to my customers, and they are all still working fine, but the boards was for intel cpu.

When my customer will buy AMD cpu now I will buy a Asus board, when intel than Asrock is the way.
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Originally posted by Wick0 Wick0 wrote:

I sold AB350 itx ac and buy ASUS ROG STRIX X470-I GAMING and the asus works fantastic with ryzen 3600X and i can run 4,4Ghz on all cores :-) what a beast

boot problems on AB350 itx, makes me angry, when on Asus works all fine why not on Asrock ?

I was buying 100+ board from asrock to my customers, and they are all still working fine, but the boards was for intel cpu.

When my customer will buy AMD cpu now I will buy a Asus board, when intel than Asrock is the way.


The AsRock B350 board you had is a generation older than the Asus X470 board you have. That's why the Asus board is working and the AsRock one is not. You mean to tell us that you have a hand in buying computer hardware for customers even though you don't understand such a simple concept as one motherboard being older than the other one?
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