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03-14-2020 03:30 AM
tatmMRKIV Glad we got you sorted. Good luck and have fun!
03-12-2020 09:24 AM
otakunorth (for the sake of anyone who stumbles on to this thread with the same issue)
So the issue started up again after I installed the latest AMD system/all in 1 driver, I uninstalled those and it went with the ones from the ASRock website (Aug 2019) and for now everything seems fine on a fresh windows install, I've fully shut down 3 times in a row no issue
03-11-2020 10:09 PM
Schmuckley I was feeling battery.
03-11-2020 09:57 PM
otakunorth
Quote: Originally Posted by tatmMRKIV View Post
I still think you should have put an older bios in it
You were 100%
I got it back from RMA and the same issue started again. I reverted the bios to 3.60 rather than 3.90 that it shipped with, and that I installed before the issue started, and for now it seems to be working.
02-24-2020 09:14 AM
tatmMRKIV yeah I mean thats within a window of time, to suspect that the bios change could have been the cause. Bios updates are pretty much like roulette in my experience. If nothings wrong don't change it.
02-24-2020 09:06 AM
otakunorth
Quote: Originally Posted by tatmMRKIV View Post
I still think you should have put an older bios in it
Yeah, though this bios was working for well over a week before this occurred. But you are right, I should have tried downgrading (though I did laterally update) , I just got exhausted of troubleshooting especially since each reboot was a 5+ min process. Will start fresh whenever it gets back
02-24-2020 08:59 AM
tatmMRKIV I still think you should have put an older bios in it
02-24-2020 08:53 AM
otakunorth Thanks all, tried everything, ended up RMA'ing the x470 taichi, will update when it returns
02-21-2020 02:57 PM
skupples
Quote: Originally Posted by otakunorth View Post
I'm not blaming the power, I know what a half-decent psu can handle, but yeah, will try a diffrent PSU tomorrow. Thanks
was mostly referring to what I've now dubbed R0achland.
02-21-2020 02:32 PM
shilka
Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post

I read your thread - Very fascinating and in depth review. Johnny guru rated it better than you did though - http://www.jonnyguru.com/blog/2015/0...-power-supply/
You didn't read the thread or at least you misunderstood it because first its not a review its an overview with data taken from the Jonnyguru review you linked and another review from Hardware Secrets it says so in one of the very first lines

I have never made a review i dont have the tools for that and i dont have any load testing equipment either
Edit: the main problem with the DSA III platform is its group regulated so the voltage regulation sucks and its only rated for its full wattage at 30c which is very low
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