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post #41861 of 43397 (permalink) Old 07-18-2019, 07:37 PM
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I wasted another 30 minute and tried 7201 and it seems like they didn't fix anything. same 07 error :/ looks like it's going back for refund
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post #41862 of 43397 (permalink) Old 07-18-2019, 07:51 PM
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with 7201, now sometimes I'm getting 33 error code + red led with CPU. Does that mean my CPU was DOA?

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post #41863 of 43397 (permalink) Old 07-18-2019, 08:18 PM
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Ryzen 5 3600X
c6h Wifi and im still on BIOS 7003.
Everything works fine expect for my memory. 2x8gb gskill trident Z (not on QVL)
Memory stuck at 2133mhz, cannot manually OC to anything. It will always post, when trying a new memory frequency, but the frequency will always resort back to 2133 after booting into windows.
I try to just boot 2400mhz and i get into windows fine, but I check my memory frequency and its at 2133.

Tried manual timings and 1.4v boot voltage. tried 1.4v dram, and 1.15 SOC.
Only on 3000mhz CL15. Worked @ 3200mhz on my old b350-f strix.

What else can I try?

P.S- asus offical website is only showing me bios 7103, i do not see 7201 for the wifi c6h? Can anyone link me a bios
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post #41864 of 43397 (permalink) Old 07-18-2019, 08:20 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by hgelehl View Post
with 7201, now sometimes I'm getting 33,22 error code + red led with CPU. Does that mean my CPU was DOA?
Red CPU LED means cpu "not ready".
Make sure its seated correctly? For whatever reason, your mobo is not reading your cpu.
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post #41865 of 43397 (permalink) Old 07-18-2019, 09:08 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by KADEZ. View Post
Ryzen 5 3600X
c6h Wifi and im still on BIOS 7003.
Everything works fine expect for my memory. 2x8gb gskill trident Z (not on QVL)
Memory stuck at 2133mhz, cannot manually OC to anything. It will always post, when trying a new memory frequency, but the frequency will always resort back to 2133 after booting into windows.
I try to just boot 2400mhz and i get into windows fine, but I check my memory frequency and its at 2133.

Tried manual timings and 1.4v boot voltage. tried 1.4v dram, and 1.15 SOC.
Only on 3000mhz CL15. Worked @ 3200mhz on my old b350-f strix.

What else can I try?

P.S- asus offical website is only showing me bios 7103, i do not see 7201 for the wifi c6h? Can anyone link me a bios
Try DOCP enabled, this worked for me to POST with 3200MHz RAM.
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post #41866 of 43397 (permalink) Old 07-18-2019, 09:27 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by KADEZ. View Post
Ryzen 5 3600X
c6h Wifi and im still on BIOS 7003.
Everything works fine expect for my memory. 2x8gb gskill trident Z (not on QVL)
Memory stuck at 2133mhz, cannot manually OC to anything. It will always post, when trying a new memory frequency, but the frequency will always resort back to 2133 after booting into windows.
I try to just boot 2400mhz and i get into windows fine, but I check my memory frequency and its at 2133.

Tried manual timings and 1.4v boot voltage. tried 1.4v dram, and 1.15 SOC.
Only on 3000mhz CL15. Worked @ 3200mhz on my old b350-f strix.

What else can I try?

P.S- asus offical website is only showing me bios 7103, i do not see 7201 for the wifi c6h? Can anyone link me a bios
go driver&tools instead of bios&firmware select os to windows 10 64bit
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post #41867 of 43397 (permalink) Old 07-18-2019, 10:26 PM
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Code 07 is a bios bug. There are way too many people with the same problem on 3000 series.

No reason to RMA at this point.
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post #41868 of 43397 (permalink) Old 07-18-2019, 10:30 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by tajf88 View Post
C6H - BIOS 7201

No changelog yet. Probably same as C6E.

link: https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/m...-ASUS-7201.zip

downloaded and flashed this bios via usb flash back and it shows it is version : 6903 and not 7201 i had 7106 before this can anyone else check ?

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post #41869 of 43397 (permalink) Old 07-18-2019, 10:57 PM
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Code 07 is a bios bug. There are way too many people with the same problem on 3000 series.

No reason to RMA at this point.
Isn't it unlikely that same bug would have been carried out already to 3 BIOS releases? (All 7xxx series BIOS).

There has been people with exact same MB revision and hardware (memories), and they still can't get system to POST. 1st and 2nd generation working fine.
How could BIOS bug cause that as when you flashback/upgrade BIOS, it erases old 100% and updates new 100%? And clearing cmos clears settings -- so there shouldn't be any difference.

I am suspecting at this point small batch of MBs have manufacturing issue (PCB layers/other), maybe related to PCI express implementation because that is major change from 1st/2nd gen Ryzen compared to 3rd gen, and that physical problem within MB causes failed POSTs. Another user got replacement MB and then 3000 series started working.

There is a defect in the product if it doesn't work so RMA is sensible thing to do, otherwise you are held hostage by Asus and as we can see their communication since 7/7, I wouldn't hold my breath.
I could accept C6H replacement if they (=reseller) test it first with 3000 series, otherwise going for another brand or selling replacement MB and getting new brand.

For me the lack of communication has been worse than the actual issue. If they would say we have to investigate, give us until 23rd of July, then we would have at least known and not spend hour after hour trying to do their QA team's task.

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post #41870 of 43397 (permalink) Old 07-18-2019, 10:58 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by garagebattle View Post
Code 07 is a bios bug. There are way too many people with the same problem on 3000 series.

No reason to RMA at this point.


It's really odd, I used a different motherboard and it worked C6H?
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