Originally Posted by Tamalero
Sounds weird, could this be related.. perhaps to the Spectre fixes? or other similar fixes?
Have you tried other hardcore stability tests like OCCTP ?
Dammit, I wish the Prime X399 bioses were LESS CRYPTIC.
I have no idea why some of their bioses have VERY COMPLETE explanations in their changenotes, but others have.. like.. ZERO information.
Same here! WTH does "Support NVME RAID" even mean???b Wasn't NVMe RAID support supposed to be released last fall?
I'll test OCCTP later tonight and report back, gotto go pick up my cat from the vet...
In the meanwhile, I found another bug with 503: Fan information is no longer correctly reported to 3rd party monitoring programs like HWMonitor or HWInfo64. Speeds are not updated and all the fans are mislabeled HWMonitor reads the CPU fan as Chassis 2... additionally, if Any of the monitoring apps are opened, fan speeds don't change anymore with temperature changes. I thought it my be a conflict with AISuite3, so I disabled it hoping that the fan settings from the BIOS will hold, but it makes no difference...
Why can't they get anything right? It looks like the PRIME board just gets the short end of the stick compared to the Zenith. Their BIOSes do have descriptions...