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post #251 of 505
New 2.20 Bios available for Taichi x370

http://www.asrock.com/MB/AMD/X370%20Taichi/index.us.asp#BIOS

Fingers crossed...
post #252 of 505
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Update Agesa Version string "SummitPI-AM4 1.0.0.4a"
I wouldn't bother with risking the update. It's just an info string reported by motherboard.
post #253 of 505
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I wouldn't bother with risking the update. It's just an info string reported by motherboard.

Usually they optimize / fix more things that what they say in the description.

I´ll give it a try.
post #254 of 505
it didn't help with ram, at least not with mine. New thing in Advanced settings is dram timings overclock and ohm setting but haven't seen any changes or I'm not using it correctly

quick Aida64 ram benches, latency result with OC ryzen 1700 to 4100 was last in list, worse than an Opteron2344H, not sure what causes that drop




btw 18-12-12-12 is not stable, hci memtest spit endless error out, ohm was at 53.3, Dram V 1.39
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Sweet, lets see if they open more options in their bios. Looks like they been working overtime on these recent bios lately.
post #256 of 505
Nice, my board arrives tomorrow and I'll get to update it to a fresh bios update. Do u guys recommend doing the instant flash from within bios or by hitting f-6?
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What's the most accurate reading for temperature for the 1700? Asrock tuning utility? Tcl on hwinfo?


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post #258 of 505
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What's the most accurate reading for temperature for the 1700? Asrock tuning utility? Tcl on hwinfo?
I would trust that AMD knows a thing or two, so Ryzen Master is the reference point, and HWINFO's Tctl is the same as Master's temperature. ASRock's utility reports some other temperature, probably the socket sensor.
[rant]And ASRock's fan control uses wrong temperature for fan control[/rant]
post #259 of 505
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Originally Posted by gman2u View Post

New 2.20 Bios available for Taichi x370

http://www.asrock.com/MB/AMD/X370%20Taichi/index.us.asp#BIOS

Fingers crossed...

So a little update on this...After I flashed the BIOS and this may help some of you...

Got home and flashed to 2.20 and did a reboot back into bios. Before I overclocked anything beside RAM I set DRAM at Auto and keyed in the 14-14-14-35 and raised it to fixed at 1.45v. Reboot into windows with no problems posting and checked CPUZ and 3200 showed up like the first day I built my computer w/ BIOS 1.5. So went back into BIOS and started the overclock. 3.8 @ 1.35 and upper the SOC to 1.1 No problem booting into windows. Ok now that was done so lets set up Fan curves. Ran fantastic to test speeds and then set my curves. BAM!!! Won't POST. Tried every combination of settings possible in the fan settings I could think of and nothing. POST down to 2400 every time. So I reflashed to board with 2.20 and cleared the CMOS. Opened up the PC and moved the all in one fan pump from CPU_Opt to Chas_Pump 3 and unplugged the chassie fan from the board for now because my case has 2 monster case fans plus my ASUS rx530 has 3 fans. Reboot into bios. Auto set the RAM timings again w/ 1.45v and boots right back into windows. Reboot back into bios and set my overclock again. Reboot into windows w/ no problem. Not messing with fan settings in the bios with ASrock a-tuning or Ryzen master at this time. I'm going to try using Afterburner first. I have run my system all day without any boot errors or crashes. 1700 @ 3.8 1.35 and again @ 3.9 1.3825 with no problem. Not sure if the bios is pulling or pushing volts into the ram during a fan test and it's cause the post error but I can definitely recreate the error. So the bigger question is how to get that fixed? Is it bios, ram, board, or fantastic software causing the issue. Is it the AIO pump being plugged into CPU_Opt causing it? Not as likely because I booted the first time with the cpu pump in there. I don't want to try and recreate it again unless ASrock wants to send me some back up boards. Good luck everyone. Hopefully this is causing some of you not being able to post supported samsung B-die RAM.
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Is it bios, ram, board, or fantastic software causing the issue. Is it the AIO pump being plugged into CPU_Opt causing it? Not as likely because I booted the first time with the cpu pump in there. I don't want to try and recreate it again unless ASrock wants to send me some back up boards. Good luck everyone. Hopefully this is causing some of you not being able to post supported samsung B-die RAM.

thanks for testing.
yeah, best to play safe.
you filed a bug report?
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