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    Did the upgrade on beta ABBA, now I see all cores boosting to 4200 on stock settings. Activate C-States on BIOS, Memory OC stable at 3600.
    Anyway, i left it all on stock, since PBO, AutoOC+200 and CPB just gave me +50mhz in my best core and got me higher voltages and higher minimum frequencies.

    Beta ABBA link:
    https://www.hardwareluxx.de/communit...s-1246037.html



    https://cloud.asustreiber.de/s/ZW6RSKYD4JQHFNT

    Looking at minimum voltages, pretty good. Ranging from 0.2 to 0.9 lol

    https://imgur.com/a/ltMg85c

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    Official ABBA BIOS is available:
    Version 2801
    2019/09/24 9.58 MBytes
    ROG STRIX B450-F GAMING BIOS 2801
    1.Update AM4 combo PI 1.0.0.3 patch ABBA to improve system performance
    https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/m...-ASUS-2801.zip

    It seems to be working well so far, my Max Boost is hitting 4.425 GHZ single core (it was 4.4 Ghz) and 4.125 to 4.250/4.275 all core depending on load.
    My idle temp dropped from 32-34c to 30-32c and idle voltage dropped from .9v to .3 to .5v (according to CPUz).
    Ryzen Master still shows my idle voltage as .9v.
    Last edited by DMAN999; 09-29-2019 at 02:25 AM.

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    red LED on the latest BIOS version

    Hello. I had a version of BIOS 2501. When updating BIOS to version 2704/2801, the computer does not start, the red LED is on. I press reset, and the computer starts, that is, the computer starts on the second attempt. On version 2501, there is no such problem.
    Ryzen 3600x, Patriot viper RGB DDR4 16 gb 3200 mhz
    PVR416G320C6K (xmp).Sorry for my English

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmybeans View Post
    I installed Bios version 2704 on my B450-F Gaming motherboard and, just like with version 2605, my system will fail to boot every other restart claiming memory problems. To make the story short, it's not the memory, it's the Bios. Re-install 2406 and the system works normally again.
    Same problem. On version 2605, the yellow LED, on version 2704/2801 is red, it only works stably on version 2501. Raw BIOS, new versions should do better, but in the end only worse. The problem is only with the xmp profile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anaterasu56429 View Post
    Hello. I had a version of BIOS 2501. When updating BIOS to version 2704/2801, the computer does not start, the red LED is on. I press reset, and the computer starts, that is, the computer starts on the second attempt. On version 2501, there is no such problem.
    Ryzen 3600x, Patriot viper RGB DDR4 16 gb 3200 mhz
    PVR416G320C6K (xmp).Sorry for my English
    Then Asus has apparently NOT fixed the problem of booting every other attempt. It is a problem that you will experience with any ROG Strix B450F-Gaming Bios version newer than 2501.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmybeans View Post
    Then Asus has apparently NOT fixed the problem of booting every other attempt. It is a problem that you will experience with any ROG Strix B450F-Gaming Bios version newer than 2501.
    They probably will never fix this problem.

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    Mine Boots fine every time with BIOS 2801 (2704 worked fine for me as well).
    It does take longer than I'd like but that's the only issue I have with it.
    I have 16 GB G.Skill TridentZ 3200 (F4-3200C16D-16GTZR) and I use the DOCP (XMP) profile.
    What RAM are you using, is it on the QVL ?

    EDIT:
    PVR416G320C6K is Not on the QVL which could be the reason you have that issue.
    Have you tried setting it to a lower speed like 2933 and see if that helps ?

    PS
    I tested a 2666 Patriot Viper Elite kit (PVE48G266C6KGY) and it worked fine even though it's not on the QVL.

    PSS
    RED LED = CPU Error
    Yellow LED = RAM Error
    Last edited by DMAN999; 10-02-2019 at 01:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMAN999 View Post
    Mine Boots fine every time with BIOS 2801 (2704 worked fine for me as well).
    It does take longer than I'd like but that's the only issue I have with it.
    I have 16 GB G.Skill TridentZ 3200 (F4-3200C16D-16GTZR) and I use the DOCP (XMP) profile.
    What RAM are you using, is it on the QVL ?

    EDIT:
    PVR416G320C6K is Not on the QVL which could be the reason you have that issue.
    Have you tried setting it to a lower speed like 2933 and see if that helps ?

    PS
    I tested a 2666 Patriot Viper Elite kit (PVE48G266C6KGY) and it worked fine even though it's not on the QVL.

    PSS
    RED LED = CPU Error
    Yellow LED = RAM Error
    I don’t understand anything I set the xmp profile to 3200, set it to 3266, and everything starts the first time. The strange situation at 3200 does not start, at 3266 yes. Probably a bios error

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    ROG Enthusiast Array DMAN999 PC Specs
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    Graphics Card #1MSI RTX 2060 Super Armor OC
    MonitorDell S2316M
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anaterasu56429 View Post
    I don’t understand anything I set the xmp profile to 3200, set it to 3266, and everything starts the first time. The strange situation at 3200 does not start, at 3266 yes. Probably a bios error
    At least it's working properly now.
    And it is running slightly faster which is a bonus.

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    Mine is randomly locking up with the ram led lighting up. My build has been working fine for over a year now. So weird.

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