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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-11-2019, 07:25 PM - Thread Starter
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X570 users, do you suffer fail boot/csm/pcie problems?

In the Gigabyte x570 thread, me and many users have faced, are facing frustrations with various versions of bios on various Ryzen+/2

The main suffering is the boot process will fail/hang/lockup at the splash screen,inside bios, black screen.

We can't identified the root cause. One common symptom is having another pcie card(sound card) in use. Gigabyte just released a new beta bios for xonar card.

Here we are wondering is this a gigabyte only problem or amd problem with pcie4.0, perhaps.

Please help to contribute if you using other x570 brands
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-12-2019, 01:03 AM
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Nothing for me.

X570 Elite, F5b.
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- SSD PNY nVME on M.2 port.
- 2 SSD on SATA, 2HD on SATA.
- 1 Soundblaster Z on PCI-E port (last one on mobo).

Everything on Auto in bios (the only changes are XMP profile "ON" and Onboard Audio to disabled).

No "Fast boot" in bios.


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Try forcing a constant PCIE 3.0 mode for your cards.

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No such problems with my MSI x570 board. Had the system since mid july. 3 different bioses. I run UEFI bios mode. But i did run CSM installing windows and couple of days before someone said UFEI have lower input lag.

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Any more x570 users around facing problems with bios but not using gigabyte models?
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asus tuf x570 here
updated the bios to 1404 a few days ago and it wont retain 2 settings in between reboots
one is the manual voltage for the cpu
the other is the OC tuner setting, it refuses to stay at the 'keep current settings' setting
all other settings remain fine between reboots

have to go into the bios after a reboot and load a profile that has the right settings, otherwise windows crashes at boot up
fwiw, running a ryzen 2700x 50th, and 32 gb of 3600 ram at clocked 2800
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