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10-15-2019 06:07 AM
bigcid10
Quote: Originally Posted by Speedster159 View Post
... With that mindset this thread would simply be a wikipedia of questions and answers, nobodoy would be posting anything.

/rude
If you did a simple search you would have found your answer in one second
that chipset question has been asked and answered about a million times already
/not knowing what they're talking about
10-15-2019 05:25 AM
DanielSpaending tldr: Pc won't boot after BIOS update from F5 to F7b. "Error boot device not found", but I can't select the proper boot device in Bios. Mobo display shows "AE" code. Tried BIOS version F6, but that doesn't work either. Version F5 works, but apparently still tries to boot from all available drives. Is my mobo toast or is there some setting in BIOS I have overlooked?

Long story:

Yesterday I decided to update my Auros Master X570 from bios F5 to F7b, mainly to get in on that AGESA 1.0.0.3 ABBA action. Everything went great, and I booted into Windows after a rather long boot. But that is to be expected after a BIOS flash. I then went to restart the PC, but this time it didn't boot in to windows, but instead showed "Error boot device not found". Whenever I tried to tell to boot from my Windows drive, I still got that error. I could see that the debug led showed "AE" while spitting out the error. As far as I can see, it is related to Legacy OS.

I tried unplugging all my SATA drives, plus pulling my 2 additional m.2 drives leaving only my nvme m.2 with the Windows installation, but still the same errors. I tried pulling all but 1 stick of ram, and tried a different kit, but still no luck. I managed to boot to a Windows recovery drive, but couldn't find any problems while trying to use Windows Repair.

I also noticed that whenever I tried to set the boot order, it wouldn't stick. The next time I would enter the BIOS, the order would be different from what I tried to set it to.

I then tried to reflash the BIOS again with the F7B BIOS, and once again I got into windows no problem straight after the flash. But again when I restarted the PC, I got an "Error boot device not found" and a "AE" code on the mobo. I then tried to flash to BIOS version F6, with the same result. First boot normal, second boot "Error boot device not found" and "AE".

After switching between F7B and F6 a few times, I decided to try the older BIOS version F5. This worked fine, even after a restart, but the boot would take fairly long and during boot I still got a "AE" code. Afterwards I tried to plug my all drives in again, and I noticed that during boot, I would get a very long boot cycle with the "AE" code shown once for each drive connected, but eventually succesfull. In Bios I can disable all the irrelevant drives in the boot order, and get a faster boot but still a, "AE" display code on the mobo.

Possible solutions:

My question is of course how I get past the "Error boot device not found"-error, is there some setting in the BIOS I have overlooked? My gut feeling tells me I have to disable something that checks for an older windows version, but I don't know what it is.

It could be something with my multiple nvme drives, since BIOS version F6 was supposed to fix SATA hot plug and RAIDXpert2 setting. That would be bad news, since it could mean that all future BIOS updates won't work on my motherboard, with my setup. But then again, I still couldn't boot with only 1 nvme drive plugged in.

It could also be a defective motherboard, but I find that somewhat unlikely, since I have messed around with that board quite a bit. I have managed to overclock the CPU to 4.25 all cores on 1.368v,. I have also had succes in overclocking my 4 sticks of RAM to 3200mhz, CL 16 rocksolid. So I guess any physical defects would have shown themselves earlier.

Do you have any suggestions to what may cause the problem? I would appreciate any help, or tips and tricks

Full setup Mobo:

Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master (Bios version F5)

CPU: Ryzen 3700X Watercooled

Ram: 4x8gb Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO DDR4-3000 C15 (Hynix CJR)

Nvme: 250 gb Samsung 960 EVO

Nvme: 500 gb Silicon Power PCIe Gen3x4

Nvme: 1 tb Silicon Power PCIe Gen3x4 SATA

SSD: Crucial BX100 480gb SATA

HDD: Seagate 2tb 7200rpm

PSU: EVGA G2 750 W

GPU: MSI Armor 1080ti watercooled

Peripheral: Corsair Commander pro Cooling:

Full custom loop, D5 Pump, EK and Phanteks blocks
10-15-2019 05:18 AM
Rapidian
Quote: Originally Posted by Fff Fff View Post
My nvme ssd is very slow with aorus x570
I would suggest a fresh windows install on that drive but first set CSM disabled in the BIOS when you do the install. I've had this issue on ASUS boards. You want Windows to install withe UEFI and not legacy mode (MBR). It will be slower.
10-15-2019 04:37 AM
Fff Fff So different versions of the bios did not help. I also installed a new Windows and no changes. Look at the ssd test here https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/20802081
Why on x570 aorus pro fast ssd work like garbage?
10-15-2019 02:49 AM
Speedster159
Quote: Originally Posted by Deepcuts View Post
I would say those are not normal temperatures at all.
Some components are rated for 125 deg. Celsius. That does not mean running them at 120 deg. Celsius 24/7 is normal no matter what anyone says.
My money is on uneven contact of the radiator(s).

My X570 gets to 39-40 deg. Celsius after ~48+ hours of handbrake and ~24 deg. Celsius room temperature.
Idles at ~35-36 deg. Celsius.

The highest temperature I saw for the chipset was 46 deg. Celsius in September, with ~30 Deg. Celsius ambient.
To be fair that's the X570 Aorus Xtreme with a heatpipe running from the PCH to the VRM heatsinks..
10-15-2019 01:52 AM
Deepcuts
Quote: Originally Posted by Speedster159 View Post
I have a X570 Pro WiFi ATX and apparently my Chipset temperature is 75c and 60c as reported by the IT8688E.. Are those normal?

I have all 6 SATA ports occupied, one SATA M.2, ofcourse a GPU, and a Soundcard installed and those temps are at Idle in a 30c Room..

EDIT: Oh! And it's using the quiet preset on the SIV Software.

I would say those are not normal temperatures at all.
Some components are rated for 125 deg. Celsius. That does not mean running them at 120 deg. Celsius 24/7 is normal no matter what anyone says.
My money is on uneven contact of the radiator(s).

My X570 gets to 39-40 deg. Celsius after ~48+ hours of handbrake and ~24 deg. Celsius room temperature.
Idles at ~35-36 deg. Celsius.

The highest temperature I saw for the chipset was 46 deg. Celsius in September, with ~30 Deg. Celsius ambient.
10-15-2019 12:47 AM
Speedster159
Quote: Originally Posted by bigcid10 View Post
Do I search in this thread and you'll find out your questions have been answered about 4000000000 times already
Seeeeearcch !!!!!
... With that mindset this thread would simply be a wikipedia of questions and answers, nobodoy would be posting anything.

/rude
10-15-2019 12:26 AM
Disassociative Mine doesn't show the RAM speed in task manager either - it used to with my C6H and does on my laptop so it just must be something in the BIOS that currently doesn't report it to Windows or however it works. Running ver. 1903 of Win10 and using F7b BIOS on an Aorus Master.
10-15-2019 12:15 AM
rummy99
Quote: Originally Posted by Fff Fff View Post
My nvme ssd is very slow with aorus x570
yeah you're right, here is my £100 Sabrent on X570 Pro.
10-14-2019 07:00 PM
funks
Quote: Originally Posted by RaXelliX View Post
I may have some sort of bug on my X570 Master. It's not a big issue but rather odd.
You see i have Windowes 10 installed and have disabled hybrid boot. Meaning no hibernation. So it's a classic shutdown. But for some reason sometimes after i shut down my PC my keyboard stays lit. I have a mechanical rgb keyboard (Logitech G910) connected to the chipset USB 2.0 port at the back. It does not happen every time. Just sometimes so i think it's most likely a bug not a BIOS setting.

I should try connecting to one of the CPU controlled USB 3.1 ports to see if that makes a difference. Those chipset USB 2.0 ports at the back are reportedly sometimes behaving oddly.
If you enable ERP in the BIOS - it should stop those things from providing power (but for some boards like the Aorus Ultra, and the Pro Wifi) - breaks WiFi.
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