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    Asus Rog Strix x570 E Freeze Problem

    I assembled the computer in December 2020 without encountering any problems. This until two months ago, when the PC started to have some freezes (I don't remember if after some drive or Bios update)

    Symptoms: It happens more often when I'm not using the PC, or when I use google chrome, but it also happened during gaming. The PC freezes. The keyboard, mouse and microphone turn off (if I press a key on them they turn on again, but they do not give input) the monitor remains frozen on the image. If I press or hold down the computer's shutdown key, nothing happens. I can only restart it by removing power from the power supply. During this freeze on the motherboard the Qcode remains 00 and the DRAM LED remains illuminated in yellow. When I restart everything goes back to normal.

    What I tried:
    the only error reported after reboot is windows kernel 41 generic.
    no DUMP file is created

    I updated all the drivers on the system to no avail
    i replaced the ram, to no avail.
    i reset the cmos to no avail.
    I have tried all the versions of the bios from 3000 to 4021 to no avail (now I'm stopped at 4021);
    i disabled C state, tried putting power supply idle, enabled or disabled DOCP to no avail.
    I did stress test of each component, ram, cpu, gpu, memories, without finding any errors (I used aida64, memtest)
    I have tried disabling the TPM to no avail.


    if you have other evidence for me to do I gladly accept them .. I really can not understand where the problem may be. Sry for my bad english


    EDIT: today i have replace my AMD Chipset Driver V2.11.26.106 (download from asus motherboard site) with AMD Chipset Driver 3.09.01.140 (download from AMD drivers & support for x570 motherboard), another one crash..

    EDIT2: i have try clear cmos, reinstall last bios version, and move ram from a2 b2 at a1 b1 without DOCP... this is last test i think


    My build:
    Windows 10
    PSU: rog thor
    MOBO: asus rog strix x570 E
    CPU: Ryze 9 5900x
    GPU: gigabyte 3080ti
    RAM: gskill 3600 cl17 (and now corsair 3200 cl16)
    SSD: samsung 970evo nvme
    Last edited by Lucciola2; 09-23-2021 at 09:04 PM.

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    Hey,

    I'm thinking this a issue with your random access memory. First of, make sure every power connecter is attached to the motherboard.
    In the BIOS, set the memory frequency to 3200MHz. It's better not to leave it on Auto settings. Make sure CSM is enabled. Check your HDMI or Display Port cable if sufficient bandwidth is going through the video output. As to this, if the monitor has a maximum of HDMI 2.0 or higher, get a cable to that output. The same applies to Display Port.
    Test the PC with default settings. Refrain from overclocking the RAM. Another thought coming to my mind, is that if you downloaded some type of helping program, such as a driver application to update your drivers or anything related, it could be causing an issue now. What I would do is, save all the necessary data on an external hard drive and re-install Windows on stock settings with nothing overclocked.
    Let us know

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    Personally I would be aiming for using DOCP 3600 successfully, put the RAM in A2, B2 (which from CPU is slot 2 & 4) and Auto for everything else.

    What CPU cooler are you using ?
    If you can try 1/4 turn back off the screws and also make sure none of the motherboard standoff screws are overtight, just snug is all that is needed. monitor CPU temps but should not make any real difference and if does you can put 1/4 turn back.
    Retest and see the error is present.
    Last edited by RedSector73; 09-25-2021 at 12:11 AM.

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    II have similar problems.
    After 3 weeks of holiday, I installed the Bios 4021 and the pending Windows September Updates. Then the problems started.
    At first I thought it was the bios because the 3603 and 3604 versions did not work for me in the past.
    But the problems continued when I downgraded to 3602 or 4002, which had previously worked without any problems.
    Luckily I have a system image from the end of July, so I was able to find out a few things.
    It's not the bios that's causing the problems on my PC, but the problems came after I installed the pending updates KB4023057 and KB5005565.
    Which of the two is the trigger, I can't say. Each reset of my system takes an hour, and I've done it about 20 times in the last two weeks and now I don't have the nerve any more.
    I have now deactivated the Windows updates and no longer have any freezes. I am currently on Bios version 4021.
    Hoping for the October update or 21H2.

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    Even after the Windows October patch i have the freezes.
    Back to the status at the end of August and Windows Updates deactivated.

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