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08-12-2020 03:03 AM
T[]RK
Quote: Originally Posted by csf22able View Post
ryzen 4000G support doesn't make sence for this board, it have no video output
It's not biggest problem, since board support all other APU with no problems. Just go and take a look on CPU support list.

Biggest problem is - DDR4-4400 for Ryzen 4xxxG\GE for IF 1:1. I am not sure that Crosshair VI Hero\Extreme is possible to work with such high frequency. And if run it with lower frequency - it's don't have much sence (underpowered). So... yeah...

But it will be interesting to find board DDR4 limit anyway.
08-12-2020 01:28 AM
csf22able
Quote: Originally Posted by HeroofTime View Post
Hey all,
What do you guys think about the C6H supporting Ryzen 4000 CPUs? Is it likely that it will become a reality through the modding community? Thanks.
ryzen 4000G support doesn't make sence for this board, it have no video output, Zen 3 is not released and there is no EXACT date of their release, AMD can postpone them to 2021
but the good news: C6H isn't at EOL status =)
08-12-2020 12:48 AM
Artyom Ka.
Quote: Originally Posted by MosterMenu View Post
well I think I've read every post here and I don't think the CSM issue has been defined. just like possible ccx setting, every few months the people here just like to sling around abbreviations..
It was a bug no doubt. It was simply impossible to post with CSM off (r9 3900x)
08-12-2020 12:16 AM
MosterMenu
Quote: Originally Posted by Kildar View Post
Funny, I never had a issue with CSM and 7803... or any other C6H bios.
well I think I've read every post here and I don't think the CSM issue has been defined. just like possible ccx setting, every few months the people here just like to sling around abbreviations..
08-11-2020 03:13 PM
T[]RK
Quote: Originally Posted by HeroofTime View Post
What do you guys think about the C6H supporting Ryzen 4000 CPUs? Is it likely that it will become a reality through the modding community?
I don't think so. ASRock did one attempt with their DeskMini and Beta BIOS. It was fast removed. Some people still got copy of that working BIOS and you can find it in web, but i have no information about stripping BIOS from one manufacturer and add parts\strings to another manufacturer BIOS. If that may work we already get PCIe 4.0... but we don't have that.

I also didn't ask ASUS support about it, since it will look stupid (since this CPU not officially supported). I think we need to wait AGESA V2... if it even come to X370. Maybe V1 1.0.0.6 is end of a line.
08-11-2020 09:09 AM
harrysun @HeroofTime Few sources about the sleep bug.
Quote: Originally Posted by elmor View Post
New beta BIOS 3501
- Still has the S3 resume TSC frequency bug. Enable HPET or don't use sleep mode for now.
Quote: Originally Posted by Fanu View Post
c/p from this forum:
Sleep bug - 1:2 mode IF bug exists if the computer wakes up from sleep, if the IF is over 1800mhz.

Another sleep bug - CLDO_VDDG and CLDO_VDDP completely resetting to stock voltages if IF is over 1800mhz.
Quote: Originally Posted by Dollar View Post
Asus Crosshair VI running latest 7704 bios
The second problem is just me repeating what I posted before about the sleep bug. CLDO_VDDG and CLDO_VDDP completely reset to stock values of 0.950 and 0.900 respectively if you put the computer to sleep and wake it. So if you need your 0.950 CLDO_VDDP and 1.05 CLDO_VDDG and then sleep the computer it will wake up and give you 0.900 CLDO_VDDP and 0.950 CLDO_VDDG causing instability.

If you use hibernation instead of sleep then the voltages don't get reset but that will trigger the memory performance bug I mentioned above. If you use sleep then the memory performance bug doesn't happen but your voltages get reset to stock. So I can't use either....
08-11-2020 08:51 AM
Kildar Funny, I never had a issue with CSM and 7803... or any other C6H bios.
08-11-2020 06:52 AM
HeroofTime Hey all,

Can someone explain to me what the CSM and sleep bugs are? I hear about them often.

What do you guys think about the C6H supporting Ryzen 4000 CPUs? Is it likely that it will become a reality through the modding community? Thanks.

PS: The reason why I ask is because if it's not likely, I will be snagging up a 3800XT this winter season when things start going on sale.
08-11-2020 12:39 AM
Fanu No issues with 7901 on 2700X

dual booting into windows 10 and ubuntu 20.04
08-10-2020 11:05 PM
JoonX86
Quote: Originally Posted by Dr. Vodka View Post
It's not.


Only the CSM bug got fixed.
Well my rig still can't boot when CSM disabled. it just beeps =_=
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