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  1. #1871
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    Quote Originally Posted by 73IGH View Post
    Cant say, never had the problem on 1909 or 2004 with my x570 Strix-E.
    Just make a backup and give 2004 a try.
    Hey I just purchased a 2x16 GB pair of dual channel memory (32 GB total, DDR4-2666, Crucial) to upgrade from my 2x8 GB (16 GB Kingston DDR4-2666 memory), and now I'm wondering since the capacity of memory for this board is 64 GB, should I get another pair of 2x16 GB to fill out the board, or how else do I get 64 GB memory on this board and will it work well? (Will 2x32 GB work, or two sets of 2x16 GB dual channel, or 4x16 GB quad channel work?-- Will any of these combos work on this board or is it not recommended at all to have 64 GB of memory on this mobo no matter which BIOS is used?)

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    no display, white LED on

    Hi all,

    I have a problem with my X470-f gaming. I updated the bios to 5406 and after the restart it would not post and the white LED is on indicating VGA issue. Monitor keeps staying in standby mode. I tried different gpu slot, different graphics card, HDMI and display port cables. Nothing worked. I did CMOS reset too and it did not help.

    I contacted Asus support and got a RMA number and they want me to send in the motherboard for repair. However, i was wondering, if anybody else had this problem and they were able to fix it before i send in the board.

    Processor i use is 1700x and 5700xt graphics card with 16gb of ram, 750w psu.

    Thank you

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    Do you have a dedicated sound card on your system?

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    This new BIOS v.5601 starts like a rocket, but my 3700x boosts much less.
    Previously I had 4500MHz on one core, and at least on 3 other cores 4350MHz.
    Now I cannot see boosts over 4300 on the best core.
    This with the same settings as with BIOS v.5406.
    I need to experiment now over again...

    But hey, Last BIOS time is 9.0 sec!


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    ProcessorRyzen 5 3600X
    Memory (part number)TridentZ F4-3200C14-8GTZ
    Graphics Card #1Msi Gtx 1070 Gaming 8g
    Storage #1Samsung Evo850
    Storage #2Crucial MX300 M.2
    CPU CoolerCustom Water loop EK
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    Power SupplyEvga 650 P2
    OS Win10Pro

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    To me sucks its ok only xmp setting, if i try 3600mhz same setting than before i get a recovery state O_O

  6. #1876
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    worth it on 2700x going from 4804 to v5601 for performance, says there are changes, is anyone with a 2700x running this version?
    i know you will lose pe3 and pe4 on 4804 and up

    v5601
    "Improve system performance
    Improve DRAM stability
    Improve system stability
    Improve system compatibility
    Fixed AI suite 3 issue
    Update AM4 AGESA to 1006
    Fixed HDMI and DP sound issue
    "

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    I'm using a 2700X w/out O/C with the 4804 BIOS, which I rolled back from 5406 because of the problematic and dangerous fan issues (random zero or full rpms) while using AIDA64.
    Now, the only -minor- issue I'm facing is the poor/bad power savings of the CPU (not reducing its MHz) when returning from sleep after a WoL.
    I'm not in the mood or not having the time to try 5601 BIOS and see if these issues exist or not, as my system seems as stable as I want.
    If anyone who also had these issues seems to be more patient and give 5601 a try, a feedback in this thread will be more than welcomed and respectful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timiman View Post
    I'm using a 2700X w/out O/C with the 4804 BIOS, which I rolled back from 5406 because of the problematic and dangerous fan issues (random zero or full rpms) while using AIDA64.
    Now, the only -minor- issue I'm facing is the poor/bad power savings of the CPU (not reducing its MHz) when returning from sleep after a WoL.
    I'm not in the mood or not having the time to try 5601 BIOS and see if these issues exist or not, as my system seems as stable as I want.
    If anyone who also had these issues seems to be more patient and give 5601 a try, a feedback in this thread will be more than welcomed and respectful.
    No problems so far, everything remains the same, the problem of the fans has never happened to me, and I put them from the bios to (system 40% maximum), (cpu 80% maximum) and I do not have that nonsense acceleration problem ., I have a hyper212 evo, and Aer RGB fans in a very spacious NZXT phantom 630 cabinet.
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    Hope this can fix the unstable old app problem with windows 10

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barktoothx View Post
    No problems so far, everything remains the same, the problem of the fans has never happened to me, and I put them from the bios to (system 40% maximum), (cpu 80% maximum) and I do not have that nonsense acceleration problem ., I have a hyper212 evo, and Aer RGB fans in a very spacious NZXT phantom 630 cabinet.

    Hope this can fix the unstable old app problem with windows 10
    Thanks for the feedback.
    I've read somewhere else that the issue with the fans not following the fan curves set in BIOS -which mainly Asus has, should be limited to fan models that have an integrated chip for the fan speed like Noctua uses. My system is using only 4pin PWM fan from Noctua.

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    I have no issue with the fan curves and using also Noctua:
    cpu: Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4
    case fans: 3x Noctua NF-A14 PWM

    controlled by CPU temp in bios

    cpu
    30c=50%, 40c=65%, 45c=100% smoothing 16sec

    case
    30c=50% ,40c=65%, 45c=100% smoothing 32sec

    The smoothing allows me set the fans quite aggressive, so I get max cooling arround 45 degrees, but they dont spinup if cpu gets hot for 1 sec

    Although the the increments in rpm are a bit rough with the onboard fan controller, it does not increment with e.g 1 rmp every milisec.
    Last edited by Orb79; 07-23-2020 at 11:53 AM.

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