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this is the same for me also. i have 960 rad space for a cpu and 1 gpu.
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I get this to sometimes. Turning the monitor off and on and reset system works for me. No idea why it happens tho:o

I don't think the issues are AMD/ASUS related!!

Not coming out of sleep issue:
I do have this on 4 systems here. All are windows 10.

Black screen when entering windows or freeze display when shutoff from windows is fixed here with DP settings on monitor (version)

Maybe above info could help some people.
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I don't think the issues are AMD/ASUS related!!

Not coming out of sleep issue:
I do have this on 4 systems here. All are windows 10.

Black screen when entering windows or freeze display when shutoff from windows is fixed here with DP settings on monitor (version)

Maybe above info could help some people.

Didn't happen before CE update for me as far as i remember anyway. Might be some display driver issue. The logo displays but after that it goes black with code 24 or 40 so it's all normal with everything else besides display issues.
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but yet your cpu temp is showing 60-70 yeah?

Yea, it drops fast once the load drops. But it hits 70 or so with 1.425 at 4ghz, climbs fast drops fast stays really consistant when the load is steady.
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guys someone with a water cooling setup please tell me if your cpu block is warm at all? ive just done a 2 hour stress test where it say my temps were at 67, the block is ice cold and i even went as far to remove the block to make sure it was in contact and it was but even the cpu is ice cold ( about 3 mins removing the block flexi lines )

the exact same setup on my 8350 never went above 60 and it used to be piping hot along with hot air out of the rad but with this at 67 its like its not even running, its nearly hotter when i have it off......


Im running a EKWB cpu cooler to a 360, 40mm radiator, the farthest i have been able to get prime95 in a stress test was 1 hour or so before something goes wonky, but in that hour, my Ryzen Master reading never goes above 60.5C, and the instant i turn off the Prim95, it drops back to 30 or so, the rads barely blow slightly warmer air, and the block is cool to the touch, i will have a temp probe for the coolant tomorrow and do more testing ....

Just wish i could get a stable Prime95 run, hoping the new BIOS will help with that,
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Im running a EKWB cpu cooler to a 360, 40mm radiator, the farthest i have been able to get prime95 in a stress test was 1 hour or so before something goes wonky, but in that hour, my Ryzen Master reading never goes above 60.5C, and the instant i turn off the Prim95, it drops back to 30 or so, the rads barely blow slightly warmer air, and the block is cool to the touch, i will have a temp probe for the coolant tomorrow and do more testing ....

Just wish i could get a stable Prime95 run, hoping the new BIOS will help with that,
Using the 1600x, 3200mhz RAM, VCore 1.4125 manual, VSOC 1.150, RAMv 1.3625

My temps actually climb up but i do have a gpu in the mix as well, the air coming out of both my rads is definitely warm so its working. The cpu block will always be cool to the touch as the only part of it that gets warm is the copper case. RIght now 22°C case temp watching twitch power stream my water is 24°C (chrome is a data fabric guzzler).
    
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AMD_Matt on Gigabyte forums talking about the recent AGESA code updates:
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You bring up an interesting point about the new code... Here's a little background info. When AGESA 1000 was around we did a ton of work to certify memory. Then we got AGESA 1003, then 1004A (which was a patch on top of 1003). 1004a was a 2 steps forward 1 step back process. Many of the 'fixes' we implemented were broken by 1004a. On top of that we received the binary code - not the source code - which means we couldn't see exactly what was changed. This is why the previous set of BETA BIOS had "memory compatibility" as an option. It allowed users to switch back and forth from AGESA code to see which worked for their particular memory.

Much of the work in the previous BETA BIOS was fixing things that were previously working... My understanding is that AGESA 1006 should unify a lot of these issues.

So looking forward to the next test BIOS with the new AGESA code included thumb.gif
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Yea, it drops fast once the load drops. But it hits 70 or so with 1.425 at 4ghz, climbs fast drops fast stays really consistant when the load is steady.

same for me its goes from 30-60 in less than a sec but hold there solid, drops back to 30 then when the load is gone

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Im running a EKWB cpu cooler to a 360, 40mm radiator, the farthest i have been able to get prime95 in a stress test was 1 hour or so before something goes wonky, but in that hour, my Ryzen Master reading never goes above 60.5C, and the instant i turn off the Prim95, it drops back to 30 or so, the rads barely blow slightly warmer air, and the block is cool to the touch, i will have a temp probe for the coolant tomorrow and do more testing ....

Just wish i could get a stable Prime95 run, hoping the new BIOS will help with that,
Using the 1600x, 3200mhz RAM, VCore 1.4125 manual, VSOC 1.150, RAMv 1.3625

yeah i have the same situation, i took off the block and the cpu is cold aswell ( 2 hour stress, tuned pc off, spent 3 mins max removing 4 bolts )

its either two things, either the heat that its reading is completely off or its not being dissipated properly from the cpu. i know its soldered in all but there has to be something. im a refrigeration engineer by trade so i work alot with temps but i can tell you there is defo something off, im going to get the equipment out tomorrow when i have time and figure out whats actually at play here. my ram is hotter than the cpu
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same for me its goes from 30-60 in less than a sec but hold there solid, drops back to 30 then when the load is gone
yeah i have the same situation, i took off the block and the cpu is cold aswell ( 2 hour stress, tuned pc off, spent 3 mins max removing 4 bolts )

its either two things, either the heat that its reading is completely off or its not being dissipated properly from the cpu. i know its soldered in all but there has to be something. im a refrigeration engineer by trade so i work alot with temps but i can tell you there is defo something off, im going to get the equipment out tomorrow when i have time and figure out whats actually at play here. my ram is hotter than the cpu


I simply figured its heat capacity per unit volume of the chip, if the sensor in right at the point of heat generation, and that volume is tiny, once the voltage is dropped, than the heat should rapidly drop, if there is adequate heat conduction to the surrounding area. Id be more concerned if the voltage was dropped and nothing happened. I have an uber overkill liquid system atm, as i am planning on a new GPU and GPU water block, so i was building in the upgrade, so i expect the volume and cooling capacity to be considerably more than i need right now.


additionally, i can run prime95 on 3 and 6 threads and see the temperature scale accordingly to the overall load being applied to the CPU
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same for me its goes from 30-60 in less than a sec but hold there solid, drops back to 30 then when the load is gone
yeah i have the same situation, i took off the block and the cpu is cold aswell ( 2 hour stress, tuned pc off, spent 3 mins max removing 4 bolts )

its either two things, either the heat that its reading is completely off or its not being dissipated properly from the cpu. i know its soldered in all but there has to be something. im a refrigeration engineer by trade so i work alot with temps but i can tell you there is defo something off, im going to get the equipment out tomorrow when i have time and figure out whats actually at play here. my ram is hotter than the cpu

Place a thermistor on the IHS; I assure you it is getting hot.
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