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    Quote Originally Posted by hazium233 View Post
    Which version of Windows are you trying to install?

    1803 and 1809 installer supposedly has a bug with virtualization enabled, so I would turn that back off. Sometimes the driver is picky about USB file system and size, but I don't know why it wouldn't work from DVD if that was the problem.
    I thought it could have been the version as well, and had to chase down a DVD drive and an older version of Windows 10. Since the issue is exactly the same, I abandoned that train of thinking. I've tried with SVM enabled and disabled without much success.

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    More Audio Observations

    Been playing with some things, not that I have really fixed the issue. Probably has do do with how the devices are initialized when combined with an Nvidia GPU. I'm on Win 10 Pro 1809, Nvidia 417.71. Bios 4207 (4011 did it too), chipset 18.50.16.01.

    To get it out of the way, the Nahimic service seems to murder the Image Editing benchmark scores in Realbench. Like a loss of 90-100,000 pts because it is taking nearly twice as long. Part of this seems to be because it is loading extra cores and dropping the boost from 3.7 single core to the lower all core boost.

    There is a thread in the Maximus Z370/390 board section that has users with pretty much the same issue as I have. "Maximus X Audio Popping". To recap, what I get is crackles on a single channel that depends on if you are booting or resuming, and although not as big a deal the channels are not quite balanced. The crackle / static type noise is easy to reproduce in the same points of the same songs, or simply hitting the windows volume to get the "Windows Background.wav" tone. This occurs with headphones plugged into the rear audio out (green) port.

    Before I described how I could get the crackles to disappear on the Realtek drivers by playing the speaker test at the bottom of Playback Devices > Speakers tab in Realtek Audio Control app. It would nearly all the time crash the app, but the speakers would be cleared until I rebooted. With sleep and resume, the sound stayed clear if I had done that. There was a new Windows update KB4490481 that is supposed to fix "an issue that occurs on machines that have multiple audio devices. Applications that provide advanced options for internal or external audio output devices may stop working unexpectedly." I applied the update today and reinstalled Realtek drivers (actually 6.0.1.8668) from another thread and after rebooting, I cleared crackles using the test button and that app did not crash.

    Yesterday and today I was testing the generic Microsoft High Definition Audio driver. Crackles would appear on cold boot from shutdown, or if resuming from sleep. If I rebooted, they were gone. I could not figure out a way to get them to disappear in Windows with the generic driver (other than reboot). The other thread had a workaround of disabling then re-enabling the Nvidia display adapter in Device Manager, but that did not work for me. Reboot seemed to always fix it, and it would be fine for that session (until sleep, or shutdown).

    The front panel headphone jack seems to work when I try it, even if the rear is crackling. Not sure what that means. But I didn't think to try and boot it with them plugged into the front panel, so I might try that later. Didn't get around to it, but might try booting/rebooting without the PCIe card. Since it is a 1600, can't really try it without the GPU though.

    Anyway, one user on the other thread said that he went to the insider Windows 19h3 to fix his audio problems, and it seems to work a lot better than 1809. Maybe I need to hold out for that. I have like a week and a half left to return it, so that is an option.
    Last edited by hazium233; 04-04-2019 at 02:46 AM.

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    For anyone with sound issues, I just noticed there is a new sound driver that is supposed to have bug fixes and stability fixes,

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    Turned out to be a faulty CPU, and once replaced, everything worked as expected.


    Quote Originally Posted by chiliman42 View Post
    Scratching my head and need some help, hoping someone's dealt with this before.

    New build, all parts bought last week:

    Mobo: ASUS ROG Strix B350-F
    CPU: Ryzen 1800x
    GFX: Gigabyte 1050 TI 4GB OC
    PSU: Thermaltake Smart BX1 RGB/550W
    RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz CL16
    SSD: Samsung 860 EVO Pro or Crucial m.2 MX500

    Machine posts fine, showing everything as expected. When trying to boot from USB to install Windows 10, the windows logo comes on without the loading circle animation. It does that for a minute or two and then the machine resets and display comes on as "No Signal". The same happens when trying to boot from install dvd for Windows 10.

    Has anyone run into this?


    - I've tried substituting the GFX card and memory, but the issue persists. CPU does not have integrated graphics so can't try through onboard graphics, but since screen comes on fine during POST and in UEFI)
    - I've tried single stick in appropriate configuration and different frequencies (2133, 2400, 2666, 2733, 2800, 2933, and auto)
    - I've tried updating BIOS to 4602 (2019-03-25 and then the 2019-04-01 update)
    - Tried re-creating bootable USB, but same issue persists with USB and DVD options
    - All power cables attached as expected
    - Tried disabling Secure Boot, Fast Boot
    - I’ve tried setting Ai Tweaker > Ai Overclock Tuner to D.O.C.P so it can maybe deal with my DDR-4 3200 memory.
    - I’ve tried enabling SVM under Advanced > CPU Configuration
    - I’ve tried disabling fast boot
    - I’ve tried disabling CSM

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    so just for everyone to know this experience
    it's been a week since i had a chance that cost me nothing to change my b350-f to msi b350 pro carbon and i have to say that i love this msi board,
    i had b350 strix for a year and i tried so hard like examining every bios with ryzen memory calculator and i was never able to reach the 3200mhz with my geil evo x ram(3066 was my stable point) it always failed memtest and showed blue screens and crashes at some point but with this board and simply with enabling xmp i've been on 3200mhz for a week and had not a single problem.
    also my processor 2600x runs much cooler on this board because i think asus gave too much voltage for no reason(my idle temp went from 39 to 34 and my stress temp went from 73 to 68 )
    so in conclusion i'm pretty happy with this msi b350 pro carbon and regret my decision on not choosing it at the first place.
    i

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    I case anyone was wondering about it; the B350-F is definitely on the list of supported boards for Ryzen 3000.

    https://www.asus.com/News/EtaH71Hbjuio1arV

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiplash-RoG View Post
    I case anyone was wondering about it; the B350-F is definitely on the list of supported boards for Ryzen 3000.

    https://www.asus.com/News/EtaH71Hbjuio1arV
    That's good to know, I wonder when that new bios will drop and more importantly will it actually have any performance/stability improvements over the last

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    There's a BIOS Version 4801 out now, has anyone tried it out yet?

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    Yep flashed it already and no problems so far.

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    Instability since BIOS 4602 & 4801

    Since 4602 (and now 4801) the PC randomly stops responding and goes into a blank screen and remains there unitl you hit the reset button. Before (with BIOS 4207) everything was rock stable. I have the latest AMD chipset drivers installed (from AMD's site). Anybody with similar behaviour?

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