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05-25-2020 12:18 PM
boldenc anyone tried to increase bclk?
I tried 101 and speed got messed up and cpu clock won't pass 1.5ghz and it will take ages to boot.
05-20-2020 10:06 PM
Ant4
Quote: Originally Posted by Dash8Q4 View Post
Ah ok good to know, post back with findings. I also leave mine 24/7 on but I have my ram overclocked to 3600mhz albeit using stock voltage. I’ll give the power saver a go this week and post back if I run into any issues.
Cheers

Windows needed to restart my computer today to install some updates , but so far its still going strong no issues with my current configuration
05-18-2020 08:54 PM
Dash8Q4
Quote: Originally Posted by Ant4 View Post
I have my computer on 24/7 , i almost never turn it off. I have DOCP on with 3200Mhz ram.

Yes i also have had no problems with the "Ryzen Balanced power plan" , its when using the "Power saver plan" that it might occasionally freeze.

I have had mine for 5 months now, it never froze with 1405 but it would sometimes get stuck on the orange DRAM LED when powering it on.
1407 fixed the issue with the occasional orange LED when powering it on, but now it might freeze when using the "Power saver plan".

I have had it on running for 5 days now with the "Spread Spectrum" setting disabled and been using both "Ryzen Balanced power plan" and "Power saver plan" and so far so good it has not yet crashed, if it can go on for another week like this then i'd say that that is what is causing the problem with 1407.
Ah ok good to know, post back with findings. I also leave mine 24/7 on but I have my ram overclocked to 3600mhz albeit using stock voltage. I’ll give the power saver a go this week and post back if I run into any issues.
Cheers
05-18-2020 01:01 AM
Ant4
Quote: Originally Posted by Dash8Q4 View Post
You put it into sleep mode? I turn mine off during the night and it doesn't start up again.


I've had mine for over a week now and no freezes at all, I'm on the Ryzen Balanced power plan.



I've had mine with the 1407 bios since I got it over a week ago and no issues with stability or anything else so far. Rig in my signature.
My ram is overclocked to 3600Mhz

I have my computer on 24/7 , i almost never turn it off. I have DOCP on with 3200Mhz ram.

Yes i also have had no problems with the "Ryzen Balanced power plan" , its when using the "Power saver plan" that it might occasionally freeze.

I have had mine for 5 months now, it never froze with 1405 but it would sometimes get stuck on the orange DRAM LED when powering it on.
1407 fixed the issue with the occasional orange LED when powering it on, but now it might freeze when using the "Power saver plan".

I have had it on running for 5 days now with the "Spread Spectrum" setting disabled and been using both "Ryzen Balanced power plan" and "Power saver plan" and so far so good it has not yet crashed, if it can go on for another week like this then i'd say that that is what is causing the problem with 1407.
05-17-2020 09:43 AM
Dash8Q4
Quote: Originally Posted by AmericanLoco View Post
Thanks for the info! The next question:

Does anyone else have trouble with their TUF Gaming x570 waking itself up from sleep? My system does it all the time, and will randomly wake up from sleep in the middle of the night. It's really pretty annoying
You put it into sleep mode? I turn mine off during the night and it doesn't start up again.

Quote: Originally Posted by Ant4 View Post
I am also having occasional random freezes with the orange LED being lit with BIOS 1407 when using the windows power plan Power saver , i haven't had it freeze yet when using the AMD Ryzen Balanced power plan tho, been using 1407 for a few weeks now.


The reason i updated from 1405 was because it would sometimes get stuck on the orange LED when powering on the computer which required turning off the switch on the PSU to get it to work again, 1407 seems to have fixed that issue but i don't remember it ever freezing in windows with BIOS 1405.



ASUS TUF GAMING X570-PLUS WIFI everything is set to auto in BIOS with DOCP enabled
Ryzen 3950X Noctua NH-D15
32GB Corsair VENGEANCE RGB PRO 3200MHz C16 (2x16GB)
Corsair Force MP600 1TB
Sapphire R9 390
using the latest Chipset driver from AMD website
I've had mine for over a week now and no freezes at all, I'm on the Ryzen Balanced power plan.

Quote: Originally Posted by FearTec View Post
This advice worked for me, My system would lock up when unattended if I used the "Power saver" power plan, switching to an AMD power plan ("AMD Ryzen Balanced") works ok, 1405 was stable, 1407 is unstable.

My windows 10 would lock up overnight and i thought it was the 3600mhz memory (dropped to 2133mhz) but it may be the power plan.

I'll return the memory to 3600mhz and keep the power plan on "AMD Ryzen Balanced" and see how that goes.
I've had mine with the 1407 bios since I got it over a week ago and no issues with stability or anything else so far. Rig in my signature.
My ram is overclocked to 3600Mhz
05-17-2020 06:38 AM
FaxedForward
Quote: Originally Posted by Farih View Post
Often you have to set your phone in "data transfer mode" first.
As noted, it works perfectly fine with no settings changes on my Dell laptop, so that is not the issue. Windows does not even recognize the USB-C device is plugged in on the ASUS X570 motherboard.

Someone else was having this same issue on Reddit and said it just randomly began working after a BIOS update: https://www.reddit.com/r/ASUS/commen...x570plus_wifi/

I would like to know if anyone else here is making use of that USB-C port and having any unusual issues.
05-17-2020 03:07 AM
Farih
Quote: Originally Posted by FaxedForward View Post
Odd question to everyone with this board.

Is the rear USB-C port working properly for everyone?

I recently purchased a new iPhone that uses USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C for fast charging & data. I hooked it up to my PC and while the phone charges, data transfer does not work.

Thinking it may be a cable problem I tried the same setup on my Dell work laptop and everything worked fine.

I'm really hoping that the port isn't limited to charging with no data transfer capability...
Often you have to set your phone in "data transfer mode" first.
05-16-2020 05:13 PM
FaxedForward Odd question to everyone with this board.

Is the rear USB-C port working properly for everyone?

I recently purchased a new iPhone that uses USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C for fast charging & data. I hooked it up to my PC and while the phone charges, data transfer does not work.

Thinking it may be a cable problem I tried the same setup on my Dell work laptop and everything worked fine.

I'm really hoping that the port isn't limited to charging with no data transfer capability...
05-14-2020 04:41 AM
Ant4
Quote: Originally Posted by FearTec View Post
This advice worked for me, My system would lock up when unattended if I used the "Power saver" power plan, switching to an AMD power plan ("AMD Ryzen Balanced") works ok, 1405 was stable, 1407 is unstable.

My windows 10 would lock up overnight and i thought it was the 3600mhz memory (dropped to 2133mhz) but it may be the power plan.

I'll return the memory to 3600mhz and keep the power plan on "AMD Ryzen Balanced" and see how that goes.

I've heard that disabling "Spread Spectrum" in the BIOS can improve stability when overclocking , so after doing that i have noticed it seems to have improved my Cinebench score by 100points with everything else set to auto in BIOS. it is still too early to tell if it has made it more stable tho as mine would only lock up maybe once or twice a week. I mainly use Power saver for watching movies or when just downloading as it makes the computer very silent. I'm going to keep Spread Spectrum disabled until ASUS releases a new BIOS since it seems to somehow improve performance a tiny bit, Spread Spectrum is on by default so that it operates within FCC regulations
05-13-2020 02:55 PM
FearTec
Quote: Originally Posted by Ant4 View Post
I am also having occasional random freezes with the orange LED being lit with BIOS 1407 when using the windows power plan Power saver , i haven't had it freeze yet when using the AMD Ryzen Balanced power plan tho, been using 1407 for a few weeks now.
This advice worked for me, My system would lock up when unattended if I used the "Power saver" power plan, switching to an AMD power plan ("AMD Ryzen Balanced") works ok, 1405 was stable, 1407 is unstable.

My windows 10 would lock up overnight and i thought it was the 3600mhz memory (dropped to 2133mhz) but it may be the power plan.

I'll return the memory to 3600mhz and keep the power plan on "AMD Ryzen Balanced" and see how that goes.
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