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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote kerberos_20 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Apr 2018 at 3:15pm
intel doesnt sell them in shops, its oem only, so theres posibility that asrock did something to it :P
i got mine from lenovo
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Originally posted by kerberos_20 kerberos_20 wrote:

i have intel 8260 m.2 wifi card and no issues at all, so either that  wifi card from asrock is weird, or it bugs on some boards as i had prety much every bios version since 1.00
i cant complain

Intel 7260 here, on an AB350 Pro4, and got issues with the Wifi. Filed a support ticket, but was ignored.
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i have intel 8260 m.2 wifi card and no issues at all, so either that  wifi card from asrock is weird, or it bugs on some boards as i had prety much every bios version since 1.00
i cant complain


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I fixed this once and for all by disabling the internal wifi and using a USB Wifi adapter. Sick of waiting for ASRock to fix this flat out faulty board. 
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I installed the P4.51 beta yesterday. I previously had P4.40. It has fixed my Sleep Mode problems, but I am still having random BSOD (DSP_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION) crashes.

I am using the AB350 Gaming-ITX/AC motherboard with a Ryzen 3 2200G. I have also changed out the WIFI card for an Intel 7265 that is used with the X370 version of this motherboard.

Another poster mentioned that the problem is different if they used 2.4GHz but I have not tried that, I am using 5GHz. I may try changing to 2.4GHz to see what difference that makes, but I'm sure it will be slower at the very least.

My build configuration is listed in my sig below.
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I still have WiFi BSOD when use 5 ghz.
2.4 ghz is working ok, but speed is very bad. Please fix it.


Edited by 111a - 17 Mar 2018 at 7:58pm
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When will there be options for overclocking the APU in the bios?
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Hello,

regarding AB350 Pro4:

Latest BIOS is 4.70 (released 2018/3/6), and there is also a beta 4.63 (released 2018/2/13), both at same size, 7.30MB.

My questions are:

1) Does 4.70 has this Wifi fix, or only the 4.63 does?
2) This Wifi fix is for only Raven Ridge (2xxx) processors?

I ask because I have a Ryzen 5 1600 with this board and I do experience Wifi issues (Intel 7260 rev 0x144). 4.70 did not solve it for me, but I did not try 4.63. Tested different BIOS and kernel versions (Linux here); what seems to have made the most difference for me was trying out an older different firmware for the Wifi card (more details: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=234796). Might have to open an own thread in here about it.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Xaltar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Mar 2018 at 12:20am
@hifihedgehog 

With issues like this it is very common for a manufacturer to release a beta BIOS to correct the issue. This is because beta BIOS testing is significantly less stringent than release version testing and allows a fix to be made available to the public much faster. Now before anyone panics about the less stringent testing, this is due to the fact that they take a release BIOS, add the fix for only that particular issue then release it. The BIOS in this instance is already known stable, the changes to correct the issue in question do not (negatively) affect stability.

The difference between a release BIOS and a Beta BIOS is typically that the beta is based on an older revision with only minor tweaks whereas a new release BIOS is often vastly changed over the previous version, with AMD this often includes updated AGESA codes and other more drastic changes. These require significantly more testing across a broad spectrum of components before release. When a major issue is found, it is most often corrected quickly via a Beta BIOS and then worked into the next release version when it is ready. This cannot be rushed, hence the need for the Beta.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Xaltar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 Mar 2018 at 11:28pm
Please stay on topic. 

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