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12-13-2019 02:03 PM
Quote: Originally Posted by morph1 View Post
Hey I just built my first PC after a long break from desktop PCs.
Gigabyte Aorus Elite x570
Ryzen 7 3700x
Ripjaws V 2x8gb
NVMe m2 Kingston A2000 500gb
Seasonic Focus gold 650w
Gigabyte 2060 super oc gaming
I have problem with PC not waking up after sleep. I realized it has to do something with Display Port as when it's on HDMI it works normally. Got new DP cable just to be sure, but problem is still the same. Updated bios to F10 as someone recommended and said that problem was fixed but it didn't help. Ok whatever I don't put PC to sleep that much and I see it's kind of a general problem with this board and there are many topics on the internet about this that are like 1-3 months old with no solution.

After that new problem started happening.
Again ... I saw similar problems on the google but haven't found solution. Problem happened 3 days ago, for the first time. PC was working ok, shut down normally everything looked stable.
Next morning it would not boot and take me directly to Bios and in Bios there was no m2 drive in boot list at all. and it said m2 n/a in NVMe options.

I changed to slot B and it worked (booted) normally. I again changed it back to slot A and it also worked (booted) normally. After several restarts and turn offs and few hours working as it should be, again it happens. m2 just disappears. It only disappears on next startup after it was shut down, no crushes when it works (and tbh disappearing looks random).

I leave my PC for 12h turned off , turn it on and it works normally without taking out m2 drive. PSU was also turned off on the button. I saw after that F11 was out, so I updated bios.

Today again ,same story... no m2... so I took out battery and now it works normally.

When I was in windows , I checked and there was no problems with PC. Everything is connected correctly and had several people look at it. All drivers and firmware are up to date, at least the ones I checked and not sure if I missed any other. I tested it out in games and temperatures look normal from what I have been told and what I read on the internet. On idle it goes 30-40c , sometimes I hear fans and temp goes up with some background process and spike to 45-50. With F11 some temperatures under game load dropped even down from 81 to ~78.

I don't mind not being able to put this fairly expensive computer to sleep but not being able to shut it down because I might not be able to turn it on is ridiculous.
Loaded optimized defaults, no xmp profile or any overclock.

Now while I was writing this, I thought that maybe m2 Slot A is the problem, which I doubt as I have read about same problem from other ppl ? haven't really tested it out for a long time on slot B. I did not have this problem on older Bios, not sure which one precisely it was except that it was F4, or problem is very random and it just haven't showed up in the first 10 days

Anyone has any idea that could help me ? Several ppl on reddit wrote about similar problems.
I saw people with m2 problems solving it by going back to SATA SSD and just leaving m2 as a storage.... but I don't want to waste more money on things I don't need. Could as well just get new MOBO if I'm gonna waste my money

Make sure your Display Port cable is certified. https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/th...blem.18872976/
12-13-2019 01:39 PM
ManniX-ITA Sorry for the dumb question but can you tell me where is the spread spectrum setting?
I'm pretty sure, but maybe wrong, it was one of the first options in Tweaker menu.
Can't find it anymore, I went all over the options 3 times and yet not found...
I just wanted to check it was still disabled and now I'm getting crazy
12-13-2019 11:10 AM
Acertified I agree! F11 seems very good so far. Very Stable.
12-13-2019 10:38 AM
Quote: Originally Posted by morph1 View Post
what is the most stable x570 Aorus elite Bios ?

Current F11 works absolutly fine for me (as F10 and F10D did as well).
12-13-2019 10:34 AM
Sakaana303 @ThomasGoe69 - Danke! Thanks!

Set it to GEN3 as well but one if the SSDs isn`t always detected, even not @BIOS .
Put it to some M2 PCIe adapter card and still not visible. I think the SSD is faulty so i will return it.
12-13-2019 09:53 AM
morph1 what is the most stable x570 Aorus elite Bios ?
12-13-2019 08:39 AM
Quote: Originally Posted by Medizinmann View Post

did a quick test on F11 on my Aorus Xtreme with my 3900x and saw Boosts 4,65 GHz on two core out of the box with PBO on Auto.

Tried my Settings with -0,0975V for vcore and couldn't get the board to post with that - at least not with my memory OC - so for now no negative offset on vcore for me...

Everything else works - Performance is on par with F10...but don’t see any benefits so far - had
boosting to 4,7GHz on F10 with all my tweaks dialled in - but again undervolt didn't work this time on first try - had no time to get deeper into that.

Have to do further testing.


PS: And the mouse lag in BIOS is still their when CSM is disabled...

I dont dare to "upgrade". All i know is that it works now. With normal vcore with offset -0.1V and memory 3600 cl14-15-14-28-42-288-1T. I dont loose so much in single core performance and in multi core i thinks its performs better then what AMD can/will deliver me. I loose arround 10 points in CB R20 singel core and gains a couple of hundres in multi core. Scores approx 517/7400. Dont bad for almost a stock cpu, yes, said almost

Just have to keep my self back...
12-13-2019 08:30 AM
Quote: Originally Posted by Sakaana303 View Post
Can you pls tell where that option is? Couldn`t find it. TIA!

12-13-2019 07:03 AM
Quote: Originally Posted by pschorr1123 View Post
Just a thought but have you tried setting pcie to gen3 in the bios? Some ssds just do not play nice when left on auto.

Also disable "fast boot" on the Win 10 power management settings. Win 10 no longer does an actual shut down if that is left on by default and creates problems. My old NVME drive would disappear if I restarted the machine only solution was to only shut down or hit the power button because the drive would be left in an invalid state and would be absent considering that was my boot drive that sucked.

command to disable fast boot in Windows run cmd as administrator Windows and run cmd as Admin and enter "powercfg /h off" if you have no luck following guide here:https://www.windowscentral.com/how-d...0-fast-startup
(When I tried to untick the option under power management settings it was not there so I had to run the cmd command above)
Hey thanks for the advice. I turned off fast boot right now, didn't even know that exists.
I have not changed anything in Bios so far, keeping it at optimized defaults for now. I will check it now.
edit , just changed now from auto to Gen 3
12-13-2019 07:03 AM
Quote: Originally Posted by pschorr1123 View Post
Just a thought but have you tried setting pcie to gen3 in the bios? Some ssds just do not play nice when left on auto.

Can you pls tell where that option is? Couldn`t find it. TIA!
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