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    Couldn't help myself, I gave it a try. Mouse is fixed in bios as well I can now cut off power to the PC without it falling into a C5 error requiring me to fiddle with board restart button.

    I still had to unplug all but one ram stick in order to boot into the bios the first time, however I forgot to try hitting the safeboot button, which is stated to be fixed in the patch notes.

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    Good news for all of us who own a CrossHair VI Extreme, Asus officially support the 3900x in their CPU Support list

    https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards.../HelpDesk_CPU/

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    Well just install the 3700X on my Crosshair VI Extreme X370 without cero issues. I was able to overclock my memory 4 modules of 8GB from 3200mhz all the way up to 3720mhz with no problem. So keep your Crosshair VI Extreme boards is working just fine on Ryzen 3000

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    Updated to Bios to 7201 and still rock solid

    Just upgraded my Bios to 7201 on the CHVIE and still getting rock solid performance and stability. Don't notice any issues. Finally looks like ASUS has this board matured and stabilized. If I notice anything will report it, but so far looks like it is golden.

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    Downgrading to older BIOS and trying a 2nd time to upgrade, may fix mouse errors

    Quote Originally Posted by ROGod View Post
    Sorry for the late reply, I have been waiting for my 3900X to turn up before I could do any testing with 7106.

    Yes flashback was used, and this was an new unused mobo fresh out of the box.

    Here are my findings...

    As reported mouse support inside the BIOS is totally broken.
    Making it impossible to set manual fan curves.


    As reported I suspect the CPU core voltage applied might be unsafe on auto settings.
    It would appear to be reading up around 1.47v to 1.50v by default inside the BIOS which I'm guessing is a single threaded load.

    ---> PARTIAL FIX: - Disable ' Core Performance Boost ' in the BIOS.

    As reported there is a C5 cold boot problem that can only be fixed by doing an CMOS clear.
    A very annoying problem to have every time you shutdown your PC.

    ---> FIX: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ge2#post776253


    I experienced that same bug and went back to older Bios, and tried the update again. 2nd time around the Bios worked correctly and mouse worked as it should in the BIOS. I sugest trying a reinstall of the BIOS. It may of been a bug possibly if also upgrading from a Beta BIOS or BIOS with a Beta version of AGESA.

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    Question

    Are any of you experiencing pretty random freezes, reboots or BSODs using an Ryzen 3xxx processor on this board?

    Things seem to be pretty unstable here for me.
    Last edited by ROGod; 07-22-2019 at 01:54 PM.

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    BETA BIOS Added to first post.

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    New BETA BIOS Added to 1st post 7401 AGESA 1.0.0.3 ABB

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    I am not sure what the relationship is between the AGESA microcode and the ASUS BIOS releases. But the ASUS web site posted a new C6E BIOS version 7306 today.

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    But be advised that the latest three zip BIOS archives are bundled with BIOSRenamer.exe which is signed with the ASUS certificate that was revoked due to the shaddowhammer exploit. The BIOS CAP files themselves have valid signatures however and they check out clean on www.virustotal.com.

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ontain-malware
    Last edited by R5Eandme; Yesterday at 06:03 PM.

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