Originally Posted by Decoman
Btw, using bios 1002, I've seen two weird things in the one day I've had my Ryzen computer running.
1 In one single instance, the monitor power light kept occilating between (hard to see) either power off-to-white (freesync off) -to-red (freesync on), or some combination of two states maybe, like white and red, unsure don't remember anymore, so I had to reset the computer, which was booting.
2 In one single instance, the Asus Rog Rx480 graphics card, also had its LED lights occilating very quickly, similar to my computer screen, so I had to reset the computer which was booting.
I've also seen q-code 24 two-or three times, seemingly stuck on that, but it is hard to tell for sure what was on the screen, because I use a KVM switch
that sort of makes it a little difficult to see what happens when a computer is booting, because when i switch from one computer to the other, when at boot time for that other computer, the screen enters power saving mode for a few seconds, and I am not entirely sure if the bios boots once or two times. Heh, I also have to be VERY quick to press Del key get to enter bios, otherwise the computer with this M.2 SSD drive jumps into a new install of Win 10 (for gaming only). The 2x8GB ram sticks (Flare X) run at default speed, which iirc is 2400MHz, and something like CL 15 . The ram first booted with CL16 I think, and then the CAS latency was reduced apparently automatically to 15 on its own iirc.
I have so far not yet touched the cpu settings, nor the ram settings.