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    Quote Originally Posted by Gothmoth View Post
    my mainboard reports 1.42v as default for a 3700x.... ASUS need to fix this .

    i have loaded optimized defaults and cpu-z sees voltages as high as 1.45v.

    with this crap going (all the bios issues) on i could buy any other mainboard brand..... i dont have to spend extra money for asus. :-(
    The VRM runs very cool though :P

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    I'm sure both, AMD and ASUS, are working tirelessly to fix all the issues present in current iterations of AGESA and BIOS releases respectively. They just need a little more time. I learned a long time ago that new product launches from AMD require some patience from early adopters. I can live with that.
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    I'm sure they do, it's just that it's annoying to shell out over 500 euros for something that ends up being non-functional/rigged with bugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackalito View Post
    I'm sure both, AMD and ASUS, are working tirelessly to fix all the issues present in current iterations of AGESA and BIOS releases respectively. They just need a little more time. I learned a long time ago that new product launches from AMD require some patience from early adopters. I can live with that.
    Absolutely. As I'm sure we all know, the launch of the new Ryzens on July 7th came a as a complete surprise to both companies and left them totally unable to do any basic preparation and testing in the weeks and months leading up to that date. We can only sympathise as they now scramble frantically to catch up after being totally blindsided by a major product launch that nobody could have possibly predicted 🙄

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    Quote Originally Posted by adr82 View Post
    Absolutely. As I'm sure we all know, the launch of the new Ryzens on July 7th came a as a complete surprise to both companies and left them totally unable to do any basic preparation and testing in the weeks and months leading up to that date. We can only sympathise as they now scramble frantically to catch up after being totally blindsided by a major product launch that nobody could have possibly predicted 🙄
    A surprise? To both companies? You're joking me, right? Considering the amount of people that have issues with voltages (idle or during boost), or non working P states, AMD pulled a CPU launch with minimal Q&A for their microcode software. That is what happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neotokyo View Post
    a surprise? To both companies? You're joking me, right? Considering the amount of people that have issues with voltages (idle or during boost), or non working p states, amd pulled a cpu launch with minimal q&a for their microcode software. That is what happened.
    OK... clearly my sarcasm did not come across very well! Of course I'm joking - how could AMD be surprised by their own product launch?!

    My point was that this appears to have been a very poorly handled launch process. I am agreeing with you when you say "it's annoying to shell out over 500 euros for something that ends up being non-functional/rigged with bugs. ". I don't really care if all this is sorted out in 3 months time, it should be working now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adr82 View Post
    OK... clearly my sarcasm did not come across very well! Of course I'm joking - how could AMD be surprised by their own product launch?!

    My point was that this appears to have been a very poorly handled launch process. I am agreeing with you when you say "it's annoying to shell out over 500 euros for something that ends up being non-functional/rigged with bugs. ". I don't really care if all this is sorted out in 3 months time, it should be working now.
    LOL!!! It was OBVIOUSLY SARCASM, it came across as intended don't worry! LOL! Had me cracking up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattTheTech View Post
    LOL!!! It was OBVIOUSLY SARCASM, it came across as intended don't worry! LOL! Had me cracking up!
    That said, I still really appreciate the work @Shamino and the rest of the ASUS team is doing to keep us fed with BETA UEFI's. I also wish this stuff would be ironed out ahead of time, but to be fair the blame is shared with both AMD and ASUS. AMD Should have spent the Research and Development to have a fully ironed out AGESA before sending them to the Board Vendors to impliment in a UEFI to then have us Beta Test, so we get much more fully functional and less Buggy UEFI's. But also, ASUS should be pouring much more into their R&D Budget to give the Engineers at ASUS the resources and man power they need to implement the Agesa they are given as close to perfect as possible. I get the feeling that if the engineers over at ASUS were in charge of their own budget, they would have about twice the resources and manpower then they are given, they are propbably Overworked and Underpaid, so its not fair for us to go screaming at them, when they are the ones who are on our side trying to give us the best product they can. Its the decision makers over at ASUS who should be getting yelled at, and AMD for constantly pushing out these buggy AGESA's when they have known full well since the launch of Zen+ when their next product would be launched. Instead they tend to get the product JUST GOOD ENOUGH so that it works the bare minimum, and then they spend the next year ironing out all the bugs while silmatenously working on their next product, so that at the launch of the next product finally the last one is pretty damn solid, but now the next one has all the bugs because it didn't get the attention it deserved. Again, if they double their manpower and resources to have 2 dedicated teams this would probably go along way to fixing the issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattTheTech View Post
    That said, I still really appreciate the work @Shamino and the rest of the ASUS team is doing to keep us fed with BETA UEFI's. I also wish this stuff would be ironed out ahead of time, but to be fair the blame is shared with both AMD and ASUS. AMD Should have spent the Research and Development to have a fully ironed out AGESA before sending them to the Board Vendors to impliment in a UEFI to then have us Beta Test, so we get much more fully functional and less Buggy UEFI's. But also, ASUS should be pouring much more into their R&D Budget to give the Engineers at ASUS the resources and man power they need to implement the Agesa they are given as close to perfect as possible. I get the feeling that if the engineers over at ASUS were in charge of their own budget, they would have about twice the resources and manpower then they are given, they are propbably Overworked and Underpaid, so its not fair for us to go screaming at them, when they are the ones who are on our side trying to give us the best product they can. Its the decision makers over at ASUS who should be getting yelled at, and AMD for constantly pushing out these buggy AGESA's when they have known full well since the launch of Zen+ when their next product would be launched. Instead they tend to get the product JUST GOOD ENOUGH so that it works the bare minimum, and then they spend the next year ironing out all the bugs while silmatenously working on their next product, so that at the launch of the next product finally the last one is pretty damn solid, but now the next one has all the bugs because it didn't get the attention it deserved. Again, if they double their manpower and resources to have 2 dedicated teams this would probably go along way to fixing the issue.
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    For me the c7h and the 3900x are working like a charm. Im still on 2406 and everything works fine. max boost was 4625 Mhz on a single core and I get 73xx when its 28 °C inside and 75xx when its 20°C inside for CB20.

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