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|02-10-2020 06:49 AM|
|02-06-2020 05:39 PM|
Yes, it happens a lot when i hibernate or sleep my pc. Usually fine with hard shutdown.
Other things are great. 1866 fabric, 3733 cl16 ram, pbo with edc=1, rock solid stable, and pc is running 24/7 for almost month now with no problem.
|02-06-2020 11:35 AM|
|zbug||Any of you using this board + 3900x sometimes will get all fans, rbg etc on boot but the screen stays black and nothing happens? hard power off and power on again and it boots just normal. I get this like once every 20+ reboots maybe (first time in 1 month today)|
|02-04-2020 01:55 AM|
|rdr09||Just noticed 6 of the 8 cores on my R7 2700 are boosting to 4.1GHz (highest boost at stock) at idle using BIOS 5406 and Win10 1909.|
|01-30-2020 09:09 AM|
I fixed it.
Found the flashing port pinout on a forum thread, posted by elmor on the rog forum.
Trimmed out the first 4 kilobytes of the bios on the website and got the true rom file. Flashed it using a lot of cable clamps. On my old Z97-AR it would've been much easier, just pull out the chip as it was socketed.
Original serial number has been lost, could probably restore it with afuefi but I frankly don't care. Ethernet mac address is not stored with the chip unlike on intel platforms, so I didn't lose the mac address.
Overall a pretty simple fix if you have the proper information, which ASUS won't give you given their systemic "user is an idiot" policy.
|01-28-2020 10:35 AM|
Even CrashFree3 may not be able to rollback to older versions once you have flashed a 32Mbit BIOS (v4406 and newer). By my understanding of the issue, the only way to do it on our board is using an external EEPROM programmer. :-/
It could very well be in a broken state, thinking it has a 32MB bios while having a 16MB one, and not being able to flash neither.
I have an external programmer, my only issue is that the pinout for the flashing port on this board is a bit unknown. I found it on a random forum but I don't want to risk it 100%
|01-28-2020 08:01 AM|
|algida79||Even CrashFree3 may not be able to rollback to older versions once you have flashed a 32Mbit BIOS (v4406 and newer). By my understanding of the issue, the only way to do it on our board is using an external EEPROM programmer. :-/|
|01-28-2020 05:39 AM|
So, this board had weird issues for a while (no resume from suspend, broken boot entries in linux) and overall weird behavior. I tried to fix it by mass flashing newer/old bioses and seeing if it worked.
It pretty much did not. I started getting annoyed and flashed a 32MB bios's nvram partition (latest bios) while being on an older, 16MB bios. Mostly because afuefi is broken on this board and the bios appears to be 16MB even though the CAPs are 32... anyway.
That caused this beautiful CrashFree3 recovery screen:
I looked around and found little to no info on how it actually works. ASUS support was not helpful at all and just linked generic instructions that I would bet were written in 1998.
Eventually I found a video from a guy with an ASUS B350 whatever and he got it to work by putting the usb on a specific port and using a specific bios version.
The only issue is that it doesn't recognize any BIOS file, on USB drive, on any port, the bios in DVD drive or even the BIOS on an HDD. I've tried literally everything (100+ permutations or something like that) and it just hangs on that flashing cursor.
A fun fact is that having a nvme drive in the first slot will cause the screen to get corrupted.
Has anyone ever got this to work on this board?
|01-20-2020 03:15 AM|
oced i can get 4.1ghz but stock it's only 3.95ghz ish on all cores
Stock mine goes all the way up to 1.352 volt
|01-20-2020 03:12 AM|
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