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07-03-2020 09:41 AM
Morph3R
Quote: Originally Posted by Nicked_Wicked View Post
F20b is available now for all X570 boards on the TT forums.
And F20a removed from the support site downloads??? :-O

https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard...upport-dl-bios

Maybe they are replacing it as we speak.
07-03-2020 08:32 AM
henson0115
Quote: Originally Posted by Waltc View Post
Secure Boot is a UEFI feature designed to be used by everyone. I've used it for years with zero problems. Secure Boot runs before the firmware and locks out any malware that trys to get in under the firmware/OS--something no AV/malware program does--not even Defender. I cold boot in ~10 seconds--doesn't slow you down, no boot time improvement when you turn it off. It's a powerful security tool. It isn't annoying as you never see it--only when you turn it on in your bios. CSM disabled is the correct setting--otherwise you'll never see it in your bios. CSM disabled is the correct setting to install and use Win10 UEFI, otherwise problems will be sure to crop up of one kind or another. I recommend Secure Boot be on always.


https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...0-boot-process
this. people should use this, its why they put it on consumer boards...
07-03-2020 08:00 AM
Waltc
Quote: Originally Posted by RaXelliX View Post
Yes. Secure Boot i believe. But that's mostly Enterprise related. For home users it's more of an annoyance.
Not sure why your boot times increased. AGESA 1.0.0.4 significantly shortened boot times for most people. Me included. Before that i used to stare fixed 15 seconds of nothing before POST was even displayed.

Secure Boot is a UEFI feature designed to be used by everyone. I've used it for years with zero problems. Secure Boot runs before the firmware and locks out any malware that trys to get in under the firmware/OS--something no AV/malware program does--not even Defender. I cold boot in ~10 seconds--doesn't slow you down, no boot time improvement when you turn it off. It's a powerful security tool. It isn't annoying as you never see it--only when you turn it on in your bios. CSM disabled is the correct setting--otherwise you'll never see it in your bios. CSM disabled is the correct setting to install and use Win10 UEFI, otherwise problems will be sure to crop up of one kind or another. I recommend Secure Boot be on always.


https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...0-boot-process
07-03-2020 03:26 AM
Nighthog
Quote: Originally Posted by Nicked_Wicked View Post
F20b is available now for all X570 boards on the TT forums.


Edit: It fixed SVM, I'll try to play with the SOC voltage later today.
Tested F20b, and can confirm SVM /virtualization setting is fixed.

SoC voltage issues will have to wait to later, that was more concerning.

Could not get 1933FCLK to work on F20a & F20b, did work on LN2 mode F12f.
Error [07] on postcode, LN2 mode in F12f made it continue onward but not in the new AGESA, the setting seems to do nothing now.

My 4866/1900 MEM OC seems to be the same as F20a. Nothing broken or better.
07-03-2020 01:58 AM
Nicked_Wicked F20b is available now for all X570 boards on the TT forums.


Edit: It fixed SVM, I'll try to play with the SOC voltage later today.
07-02-2020 11:59 PM
ManniX-ITA
Quote: Originally Posted by Gabriel Luchina View Post
Hi,

I recently set up a new setup with a 3950X, GB X570 Master (rev 1.0), 2x 16GB 4000Mhz, WC H115i Platinum and an RTX 2080TI.

All OK, I went to run some stress tests to validate all the components. In the FunkMark3D (GPU Stress) test, it ran for more than an hour without problems, the GPU was 63 degrees, but I noticed that after a while the VGA led on the motherboard turned on.

Could it be a problem? Even after the VGA led turned on, everything worked perfectly and only went out after I restarted the computer.

Thanks
Really no idea... I'd say if everything was working it's not a problem.
Maybe too much power draw from pci-e slot? maybe the slot temperature?
You could check the event log for GPU related events.
07-02-2020 11:53 PM
d0mmie
Quote: Originally Posted by dansi View Post
Please note there is a newer 1.2 revision. It is supposed to improve memory oc by using new under pcb trace layout
Yeah I did notice the revision 1.2, but the improved memory OC is not crucial for me. But this one seems so new it might not even be in production yet, considering R1.1 has been talked about since January this year.
07-02-2020 06:11 PM
Gabriel Luchina Hi,

I recently set up a new setup with a 3950X, GB X570 Master (rev 1.0), 2x 16GB 4000Mhz, WC H115i Platinum and an RTX 2080TI.

All OK, I went to run some stress tests to validate all the components. In the FunkMark3D (GPU Stress) test, it ran for more than an hour without problems, the GPU was 63 degrees, but I noticed that after a while the VGA led on the motherboard turned on.

Could it be a problem? Even after the VGA led turned on, everything worked perfectly and only went out after I restarted the computer.

Thanks
07-02-2020 12:28 PM
SacraficeMyGoat
Quote: Originally Posted by ManniX-ITA View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by SacraficeMyGoat View Post
So i've seen posts awhile back talking about CSM causing issues with some people (I don't recall what issues it was causing.) But I'm curious what issues people have had with it, and if it's best to keep it enabled or to disable it? Mine is on by default. I'm not familiar with this setting at all, but from what i've gathered, it just provides legacy BIOS compatibility by emulating the BIOS environment. Which probably isn't needed for most people right?

I've been having stuttering issues and A6 Debug Codes (after resetting and trying to get into BIOS pressing DEL, the monitor won't display anything) and wondering if this setting may have something to do with it.

I've already tried using DDU and reinstalling my GPU drivers multiple times, along with multiple versions. I've tried setting PCIe to Gen 3 instead of 4, among many other "fixes."

Just trying to cover all of my bases..
No, CSM it's just going to speed up the boot phase.
But you'll not be able to boot from USB/LAN or enter the BIOS.
You'll have to use reboot to UEFI in Windows or Linux to access it again.
Many experience a terrible BIOS lag with CSM enabled, mostly with some nVidia cards.

If you have stuttering and these other issues the problem is likely VDDP/VDDG/SOC voltages.
You may have better luck setting them manually.
A very stable and often working configuration is VDDP/VDDG 900/950 and SoC voltage fixed at 1.100v.
If you still have stuttering you can check 900/1000, 900/1050 or 950/1050.
Interesting, thanks for the explanation. The stuttering usually only happens in games, and the crashing would normally only happen after starting a semi heavy load, or right after stopping a gaming session.

I'll try these VDDP/VDDG and SOC voltage settings and see if they help. Thank you!
07-02-2020 11:17 AM
gurusmi
Quote: Originally Posted by meridius View Post
are you using water cooling or just using it as a passive heatsink without the water ?
I use Water Cooling. Before relocation i used an external radiator with 9*140mm fans. Right now i use "only" 2 360mm radiators.
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