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    Posted: 27 Jan 2023 at 12:02am
Originally posted by capsali capsali wrote:

Board model: Asock b550 phantom gaming-itx/ax
BIOS version: 2.40
CPU: Ryzen 9 5900x
RAM: 2 x 16GB Kingstone Fury 3200 MHz
GPU: Rx 7900 XTX


I had to revert to bios 2.30 since on version 2.40 PC kept hard shutoff when loading Windows (or any OS). It would post, but as soon as an OS started loading, it would shutdown. What is of interest here is that prior to installing the RX 7900 XTX, i had a RTX 2070 card which showed no problems on BIOS version 2.40. As soon as i installed the new card, everything went downhill.

On version 2.30 seems that everything is working properly.
Anyone with the same problem?



Forgot to mention: The shutoff only happens when setting the RAM to XMP profile at 3200. If left at base clock, the system boots as normal with rx 7900 xtx and bios 2.40
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Board model: Asock b550 phantom gaming-itx/ax
BIOS version: 2.40
CPU: Ryzen 9 5900x
RAM: 2 x 16GB Kingstone Fury 3200 MHz
GPU: Rx 7900 XTX


I had to revert to bios 2.30 since on version 2.40 PC kept hard shutoff when loading Windows (or any OS). It would post, but as soon as an OS started loading, it would shutdown. What is of interest here is that prior to installing the RX 7900 XTX, i had a RTX 2070 card which showed no problems on BIOS version 2.40. As soon as i installed the new card, everything went downhill.

On version 2.30 seems that everything is working properly.
Anyone with the same problem?

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Board model: Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming-ITX/ac
BIOS version: 7.4
CPU: Ryzen 5 5500
RAM: 2 x 8GB Patriot 3200 MHz
GPU: Rx Vega 56

Notes: I upgrade my CPU from Ryzen 5 2400g to Ryzen 5 5500, and my current BIOS version + CPU seems to be working great. I had 2 minor issues with certain BIOS versions / CPUs along the way, and I had 2 minor issues due to poor instructions / installation notes. See below.

Documentation issue #1: I had to flash my motherboard from version 4.6 -> 5.3 -> 7.0 beta -> 7.4. The version 7.4 BIOS notes say you need to update to 7.0, but the BIOS notes for version 7.0 and 7.4 both fail to say you need to update to 5.3 before you update to 7.0. I thought this might be the case because notes versions before 7.0 do mention the need to update to 5.3. Thankfully, the flash process simply did not allow me to install 7.0 directly.

BIOS version 4.6 + 2400g : My graphics card would not output a signal during the boot process. I could only see my boot screen when I connected my monitor directly to the motherboard.

BIOS version 7.4 + 2400g : When I would "restart" my computer, this combination would not post. Thankfully, I could do a full "shutdown", and then my computer would boot correctly.   

Documentation issue #2: I followed the BIOS upgrade instructions precisely (https://www.asrock.com/support/BIOSIG.asp?cat=BIOS10). I checked to see if my system had fTPM enabled, and it appeared to be no. However, after I installed the new CPU, it would not boot. The error message I received said that fTPM was enabled, and it was asking if I wanted to permanently make some changes and risk not being able to boot anymore. I said no. I was able to solve the issue by changing the BIOS fTPM setting from "auto" to "disabled". After this, my computer could boot with no errors. I believe this was an issue because the instructions told me to load the default BIOS settings. I assume that doing so is probably a good idea with a new CPU, but the instructions gave no warning this could cause a scary error message about the fTPM and no instructions on how to resolve it.
ASRock AB350 Gaming ITX/AC L4.51a, Ryzen 5 2400g 3.6GHz, 2x8GB Patriot Viper 4 3200MHz (PV416G320C6K), Win10 Education, 1TB SSD Samsung 850 EVO, 3TB HDD WD Blue, EVGA 500W (100-W1-0500-KR)
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Reset the CMOS.
Pull out the battery for 20 seconds.
ASRock B450M Pro4
16 GB DDR4, 500 watt PS, AMD Ryzen-5 5600, NVidia GTX-1050, 5.70 BIOS
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MB - B550 EX4
CPU - R5 3600 stock
Ram - G.skill GTZR neo 16*2 bus 3600
GPU - RX6600XT
PSU - Super flower 650W gold

stable with bios Vr 2.10 after update bios to 2.30
my pc shuttering sometime and beep 5 short time on startup but work fine sometime

ps.Cant delete my OC profile try to clear cmos but not work
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Board model: B550 phantom itx/ax
BIOS version: 2.40
CPU: 5700G
RAM: 2 x 16GB kingston 3600

Two days since update, stable so far.
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My bad! Bios es 7.10, no 7.20! sorry
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I contact support with the following problem after updating Bios to 7.10 in Asrock killer Sli:


Motherboard: Asrock x 370 killer SLi : Bios 7.20
Video Card: Asrock Phantom Gaming D Radeon RX580 8G OC
CPU: Ryzen 7 1700.

Hello, I need help to re-activate secureboot, yesterday I updated to bios version 7.10 and when I proceed to activate it, the bios asks me to disable CSM: ¨DISABLE THE CSM IN SETUP. REPEAT OPERATION AFTER REBOOT TO ENSURE UEFI VIDEO (GOP) DRIVER IS OPERATIONAL¨
which causes that I can no longer enter the bios, I am left no video signal and there is no way to get into UEFI BIOS. Apparently the video card does not support GOP.
In fact, GOP never worked any previous BIOS version.
Until Bios version 7.00 i could activate secureboot without having to disable CSM.
Please, I need to return to Bios version 7.00 somehow or a solution to this problem, there is no section does it say not to update with this type of video card.
In fact I chose to buy devices of the same brand to avoid compatibility problems. Maybe an update of the video card Firmware will solve this problem or new motherboard BIOS update.
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BIOS version: 2.11 BETA (Agesa 1.2.0.7)
Board: A520M-HVS
CPU: Ryzen 5 5600G
RAM: 2 x 8GB Corsair Vengeance LPX CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 (single-rank)

Two days since update, stable so far. Have not experienced any problems.
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Hello ;
i have Asrock B550 Extrem4 and Ryzen 5600X updated to lastest bios AGESA Combo V2 PI 1.2.0.6b i found a strange bug the new option max cpu boost clock override (Negative-) doesn't work but the (positive+) work only with single core boost my clock stuck at 4.5GHZ doesn't boost to 4.7GHZ only the first Core if add positive +100 is this bug ?? even with AM4 AGESA Combo V2 PI 1.2.0.7 same problem i do love to undervolted my CPU use negative 150 to lock my boost clock to 4.5GHZ but did't work .

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