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I'm having an interesting issue I thought was a GPU problem. Very randomly I will get screen artifacts, whether in BIOS, desktop or in game. And by randomly I mean it could do it every 5 minutes or only once every few days. When the artifacts happen sometimes the video goes black. Pulling the HDMI cable and plugging it back in makes video come back. I've changed cables and moved the GPU to different slots. Now I have a completely different GPU in altogether and still same exact thing happens. I figure it is either RAM or PCIE slots. I just reseated the RAM into A1 B1 instead of the recommended A2 B2. Guess we'll see how it acts the next few days. I have a sneaking suspicion I'll be RMAing this board. Maybe I'll just buy a CH6 like originally planned.
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post #252 of 812
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Originally Posted by LazarusIV View Post

RAM issues are getting better, seems like Asus is coming out with some good BIOSes for their boards. G.Skill has come out with Flare X kits of RAM made for Ryzen, from what people have said they are working very well and their prices aren't that crazy.
Have you problem with your GSkill RAM and X370 PRO ?
You can use the RAM at the factory values ? ( 3.2Ghz CL14 )
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2 x G Skill F4-3200C16-8GVKB (16-18-18-38)

It is dual rank Samsung E-die. I was able to run at 2666 and at first it appeared stable. Passed HCI Memtest with over 400% coverage on 16 threads. However, after that, it would sometimes BSOD when I was loading into windows, or give a beep code error and not POST...and even fail to POST without a beep code some times. I went back to 2400.
That was the first kit I tried. Never could get them past 2400 myself. The next kit, the Corsair 3200 Vengeance CL16 LPX was more successful @ 2933.
post #254 of 812
Well there you have it, Chris. biggrin.gif Don't buy this RAM if you want good RAM clocks. I bought this almost a year ago so at least it was cheap ($72USD) but I had no idea at the time Ryzen was going to benefit from fast RAM or that it was going to prefer certain ICs (or if it was going to be crap and I was even going to build an AMD system). ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
post #255 of 812
Damn to late. Guess it's just a waiting game till the May BIOS update. I guess I'll be sending the G. Skills back if I don't have any luck with them.
post #256 of 812
I heard we are going to get access to the sub timings too so I'm hopeful we can get it running higher. Forgot you asked about timings. This is @ 1.25 RAM voltage, 0.625VTT, and 0.925 SoC

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I'm having an interesting issue I thought was a GPU problem. Very randomly I will get screen artifacts, whether in BIOS, desktop or in game. And by randomly I mean it could do it every 5 minutes or only once every few days. When the artifacts happen sometimes the video goes black. Pulling the HDMI cable and plugging it back in makes video come back. I've changed cables and moved the GPU to different slots. Now I have a completely different GPU in altogether and still same exact thing happens. I figure it is either RAM or PCIE slots. I just reseated the RAM into A1 B1 instead of the recommended A2 B2. Guess we'll see how it acts the next few days. I have a sneaking suspicion I'll be RMAing this board. Maybe I'll just buy a CH6 like originally planned.

I had a issue getting black screen after so many hours on latest bios which never happened before, no artifacts but found out it was the EPU under-volting too much disabled the EPU and never happened since.
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Hi guys! Maybe you can help me...

I recently bought this motherboard and then decided to flash BIOS (haha, classic). So I downloaded the 0604 version from the off site, went to BIOS, selected the file and waited for flashing to complete.
When the process ended it showed the window that operation was SUCCESSFULL and that I need to reboot.

After the reboot I faced the black screen...

Is the motherboard dead or can I somehow restore it? smile.gif
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Hi guys! Maybe you can help me...

I recently bought this motherboard and then decided to flash BIOS (haha, classic). So I downloaded the 0604 version from the off site, went to BIOS, selected the file and waited for flashing to complete.
When the process ended it showed the window that operation was SUCCESSFULL and that I need to reboot.

After the reboot I faced the black screen...

Is the motherboard dead or can I somehow restore it? smile.gif

https://www.asus.com/us/support/FAQ/1012219

Step 1: Turn on the system.

Step 2: Insert the motherboard support DVD to the optical drive, or the USB flash drive containing the BIOS file to the USB port.

Step 3: The utility automatically checks the devices for the BIOS file. When found, the utility reads the BIOS file and enters ASUS EZ Flash 2 automatically.

Step 4: The system requires you to enter BIOS Setup to recover the BIOS setting. To ensure system compatibility and stability, we recommend that you press to load default BIOS values.

For more details about updating BIOS via ASUS EZ Flash 2, please refer to http://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1012154
post #260 of 812
^doesnt works on me.. there's info that only 0504 has working crashfree bios
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