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    Posted: 04 Aug 2019 at 3:51pm
Originally posted by brucer brucer wrote:

Did you power off the psu and reset cmos?


Yes, I've already said this 3 times in this thread.

UPDATE:

Returned both X570 and Ryzen 3600. RMA told me the ryzen was dead.
X570 fan was starting to be loud as fk also...

Now I got an X470 taichi with another new Ryzen 3600 and all fine, waiting for the 3950X...
I never had any problem with the X470 since Day 1. No CPU overclock, only XMP enabled and it went through 24 hours of different stability tests, no issues so far.
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Originally posted by brucer brucer wrote:

Did you power off the psu and reset cmos?


Yes, I even did flashback to ALL the past versions of the Bios until the first version and everything was the same. Memory error codes every time.
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Did you power off the psu and reset cmos?
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Originally posted by ThreeDee ThreeDee wrote:

hmm .. your title says it's the worst mobo .. and then you say it's a great mobo .. ?

Anyhoo .. either pop you 3000 chip in another mobo/setup if you have one, or pop a 2000 series in your X570 if you have one .. or return the cpu


Has been a great mobo for 1 day lmao. Returning the CPU... getting a new CPU, will try the new CPU and if the new CPU behaves the same, ill Return the Motherboard.
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hmm .. your title says it's the worst mobo .. and then you say it's a great mobo .. ?

Anyhoo .. either pop you 3000 chip in another mobo/setup if you have one, or pop a 2000 series in your X570 if you have one .. or return the cpu
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Originally posted by brucer brucer wrote:

too add.. It would prove to you that the cpu was good or bad, and if the cpu was good in the x370 board, you would know its the x570 board that was bad..


I cannot get to the Bios menu in any way. There is no way I can save the profile and/or reset or load a new one if I can't get to that menu...
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too add.. It would prove to you that the cpu was good or bad, and if the cpu was good in the x370 board, you would know its the x570 board that was bad..
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Originally posted by Zarovzky Zarovzky wrote:



3. RAM works properly with another motherboard (x370 taichi doh). It works even with the XMP enabled. But I don't want to try the CPU on the x370 because I would have to update Bios and I don't wanna compromise an already working system.




not that difficult to change bios back. just save your bios settings in a profile, easy to swap back after the new bios change.. I've updated my x370 pro gaming which is almost the same board, and its working pretty good and I'm using xmp profile one..
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Originally posted by Xaltar Xaltar wrote:

Ouch, I would return the CPU too if I were you. The IMC (memory controller) is on the CPU so if there are memory issues there is a chance it could be the cause.

If I were you I would wait a few weeks to a month before switching to Ryzen 3000. Once AMD gets their AGESA sorted out and motherboard partners get it properly integrated into their BIOSes things should be better.


It's a great board but ATM I cannot get into bios... Every CMOS clear it's a new error code, the newer error codes I received are 95 and 97 (which seem to be related to USB ports).



Originally posted by xhue xhue wrote:

Uhm, hate to break it to you but this is a consumer forum. You won't get much help from ASRock here, if any.

Second, did you check the memory QVL before buying one of the worst possible RAM for Ryzen?

Third, it may be a fault with the CPU? Or the whole batch of RAM? Or, just maybe it's because of the mess with the AGESA? Yeah, no, I mean...


1. If I contact support, by the time they reach me the return policy would have already expired from the place I bought the board...

2. What makes you think its the worst possible ram lol. There is absolutely no reason for RAM to work only 1 day and then crash afterwards, its not the a RAM problem.

3. RAM works properly with another motherboard (x370 taichi doh). It works even with the XMP enabled. But I don't want to try the CPU on the x370 because I would have to update Bios and I don't wanna compromise an already working system.

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Uhm, hate to break it to you but this is a consumer forum. You won't get much help from ASRock here, if any.

Second, did you check the memory QVL before buying one of the worst possible RAM for Ryzen?

Third, it may be a fault with the CPU? Or the whole batch of RAM? Or, just maybe it's because of the mess with the AGESA? Yeah, no, I mean...
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