Originally Posted by 4Strings
Has anyone come up with an idea as to why BIOS v0407 has so many issues?
As was posted before, with 407 the system won't boot even with everything stock except for memory set VIA DOCP to 3200MHz... 403 has (mostly) no issues even though I do get 3-5 boot loops after being shut down for a while, too...
I'll definitely try booting with my monitor off (using the top PCIe slot for a 1080Ti). What would you say is the difference in boot time between monitor on vs off?
I don't get random shutdowns but the memory settings surely got more delicate (as in they only boot at very specific settings).
As for the monitor thing..
I have a 1070Gtx in the second 16X slot (the first is way too close to my giant noctua).
When I turn the computer with monitors off for at least 3 seconds then turn them off : normal boot all the way to Windows.
When I turn the computer with monitors on: memory training related reboots trigger automatically. And sometimes it can force me to bios to re-save my settings (5 memory training type reboots). Then it will boot properly.
I honestly believe my memory modules just are hated by AMD.