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    Exclamation MB Asus ROG Strix x570-f Gaming | BIOS 4403

    Hello,

    I am here to open this topic because I have this mb from 1 year.

    This is my pc:
    -> Mb: Asus Rog Strix x570-f Gaming
    -> Processor: AMD Ryzen 5900x
    -> GPU: RTX 3070 ti MSI SUPRIM X
    -> RAM: G.Skill Trident Z Neo

    From the first day
    I have always updated the BIOS version with the latest one [NO BETA VERSIONS, ONLY "STABLE" V. INSTALLED]
    and
    for all BIOS installed I had the same problem => STUTTERING in almost every game

    With this 4403 Bios Version everything is ok...
    no wait...
    this version is so damn ok that
    temperatures are better too..
    no stuttering,
    fluid gameplay..

    So for this reason,
    I just want to notify to all people of the forum that have this MB,
    that if you have problems,
    this Bios could help you..
    with the hope that Developers can see this topic too..

    OS: Win 11 Pro

    Games played:
    - Overwatch
    - Valorant
    - NFS Heat
    - BFV
    - BF1
    - BF 2042
    - COD Vanguard
    - COD Cold War
    - COD Warzone
    - Age of Empire IV

    With all previous versions,
    I had problems,
    specially with Battlefield Titles [all of them].

    BTW now,
    without changing hardware components
    or settings in the Bios,
    I can say that
    the 4403 is GOOD!

    Best regards
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    MB = Asus ROG Strix x570-f Gaming
    CPU = AMD Ryzen 5900x
    GPU = MSI RTX 3070 ti SUPRIM X
    RAM = G.SKILL Trident Z Neo | 8x2 GB 3600Mhz
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    You are probably a plug and play user, advanced users who like to optimize and refine the performance of their systems, these latest versions of agesa regressed in all aspects, following here and on overclock.net, the latest bios covered their settings. stable overclock, on ram and processor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0xid0 View Post
    You are probably a plug and play user, advanced users who like to optimize and refine the performance of their systems, these latest versions of agesa regressed in all aspects, following here and on overclock.net, the latest bios covered their settings. stable overclock, on ram and processor.
    Well,

    maybe I am a plug&play user

    BTW:

    - CPU frequency 43.00
    - for the Ram I have manually entered its values because with DOCP I had stuttering, manually I haven't
    - disabled all Asus MB Optimization for the CPU
    - Resizable Bar activated
    - PCI Express manually set on GEN4

    These are my settings with Bios version 4403, result:
    - no stuttering,
    - good performance [Cinebench R23 almost 22k best score on Multicore Benchmark],
    - good CPU temperatures in a room with almost 30 degrees in this period..

    Best regards
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    MB = Asus ROG Strix x570-f Gaming
    CPU = AMD Ryzen 5900x
    GPU = MSI RTX 3070 ti SUPRIM X
    RAM = G.SKILL Trident Z Neo | 8x2 GB 3600Mhz
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    Hi, I have the same motherboard as you and I have also had stuttering for quite some time.

    MB: X570-F
    Processor: 3700x
    GPU: RTX 2070
    RAM: G.Skill Trident Z Neo

    Did you also have stuttering problems on Windows 10 or are you only running on Windows 11?
    I've never tried to manually set my ram values, I should try (I was happy with the simple DOCP)

    Thank you for the future answers

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlHouine View Post
    Hi, I have the same motherboard as you and I have also had stuttering for quite some time.

    MB: X570-F
    Processor: 3700x
    GPU: RTX 2070
    RAM: G.Skill Trident Z Neo

    Did you also have stuttering problems on Windows 10 or are you only running on Windows 11?
    I've never tried to manually set my ram values, I should try (I was happy with the simple DOCP)

    Thank you for the future answers
    Hello,

    sorry, I am late

    but I have done several test and found out that to do not have crashes in some games and have mora stability you have to raise some voltages,
    here are mine:

    Soc voltage: 1.125
    VDDG (both): 1.05
    VDDP: 1.00

    After these voltages I have disabled Gear Down Mode and Power Down Mode for the Ram + I have set the cmd2t = 2.

    When I set cmd2t = 1 the pc crashes after the login in windows.

    If I set GDM on Auto + cmd2t on Auto I will have cmd2t = 1, but this should be a 1.5 not a true 1 -> it can give some problems of stability or performace like some random stuttering when playng FPS.

    Memtest done, 2.5 hours and no errors, good temperatures.

    Hope this can help.

    Bye
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    MB = Asus ROG Strix x570-f Gaming
    CPU = AMD Ryzen 5900x
    GPU = MSI RTX 3070 ti SUPRIM X
    RAM = G.SKILL Trident Z Neo | 8x2 GB 3600Mhz
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    Hello,

    I was wrong,

    this BIOS is bad, stuttering happening in gaming as hell on this 4403 version..

    Actually I have disabled the TPM from the BIOS and the games run fluid now.. I was close to switch to fully Intel platform..
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    MB = Asus ROG Strix x570-f Gaming
    CPU = AMD Ryzen 5900x
    GPU = MSI RTX 3070 ti SUPRIM X
    RAM = G.SKILL Trident Z Neo | 8x2 GB 3600Mhz
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    Hello people,

    just bought few days ago for 16$ the ASUS TPM SPI and set in the BIOS Discrete TPM.

    This thing has solved my stuttering...

    Hope this info can help someone.
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    MB = Asus ROG Strix x570-f Gaming
    CPU = AMD Ryzen 5900x
    GPU = MSI RTX 3070 ti SUPRIM X
    RAM = G.SKILL Trident Z Neo | 8x2 GB 3600Mhz
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