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What's that and where do I disable it if need be?
LN2 is liquid nitrogen. The second screenshot at the top says you are in that mode.
It's a jumper, third thing from the left at bottom of board. The pin needs to be on the left two prongs to turn it off, that's how it should be by default.
 

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LN2 is liquid nitrogen. The second screenshot at the top says you are in that mode.
It's a jumper, third thing from the left at bottom of board. The pin needs to be on the left two prongs to turn it off, that's how it should be by default.
It clearly says that it is DISABLED in that screenshot.
 

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Yeah, any others you want? All the other settings are just stock.







Here is a better way. You can go into a setting to load a saved profile of all your bios settings. Here you can save your BIOS settings also and actually export them as a text file.

The text file will show ALL of your bios settings and those can be shared here for others to see.
 

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Anyone having audio issues on this board? Last night I had an issue develop where if be getting static during audio events, YouTube, gaming, video editing, windows system sounds.

What I've done so far, defaulted BIOS, flashed to 2701, pulled cmos battery, reseated everything but CPU. Reformatted windows twice, went into insider program to 20h3 or whatever the freshest windows is. Driver cleaned everything. Unplugged all USB headers, turned off all aura, defaulted everything in bios.

Swapped from my sennhesier 600s to my akg headset, no change.

Pulled my Soundblaster card out and went only with the on-board system, reformatted. No change

I bought new ram, on qvl list, corsair lpx 3200. No change. Ran only one stick of ram, better but may be placebo at this point I'm going crazy.

Bought a second 3090, gigabyte this time, no changes. Put in my old 1080ti, no change.

Someone please help I can't figure out what is causing this audio crackling/popping.

Latencymon calls out nvlddmkm.sys but two different 3090s, a 1080ti, all can't have the same problem. The literal only things i haven't changed at this point are the mobo and cpu.


My specs;
Ryzen 5900x
Asus hero viii on bios 2702
Corsair vengeance pro 3600 64gb
Corsair rm1000
Asus tuf 3090 oc
Samsung 970 evo pro m2
Samsung 850 2.5"
 

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Anyone having audio issues on this board? Last night I had an issue develop where if be getting static during audio events, YouTube, gaming, video editing, windows system sounds.

What I've done so far, defaulted BIOS, flashed to 2701, pulled cmos battery, reseated everything but CPU. Reformatted windows twice, went into insider program to 20h3 or whatever the freshest windows is. Driver cleaned everything. Unplugged all USB headers, turned off all aura, defaulted everything in bios.

Swapped from my sennhesier 600s to my akg headset, no change.

Pulled my Soundblaster card out and went only with the on-board system, reformatted. No change

I bought new ram, on qvl list, corsair lpx 3200. No change. Ran only one stick of ram, better but may be placebo at this point I'm going crazy.

Bought a second 3090, gigabyte this time, no changes. Put in my old 1080ti, no change.

Someone please help I can't figure out what is causing this audio crackling/popping.

Latencymon calls out nvlddmkm.sys but two different 3090s, a 1080ti, all can't have the same problem. The literal only things i haven't changed at this point are the mobo and cpu.


My specs;
Ryzen 5900x
Asus hero viii on bios 2702
Corsair vengeance pro 3600 64gb
Corsair rm1000
Asus tuf 3090 oc
Samsung 970 evo pro m2
Samsung 850 2.5"
Try increasing the VDDG IOD voltage by 0.25mV.
 

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Anyone having audio issues on this board? Last night I had an issue develop where if be getting static during audio events, YouTube, gaming, video editing, windows system sounds.

What I've done so far, defaulted BIOS, flashed to 2701, pulled cmos battery, reseated everything but CPU. Reformatted windows twice, went into insider program to 20h3 or whatever the freshest windows is. Driver cleaned everything. Unplugged all USB headers, turned off all aura, defaulted everything in bios.

Swapped from my sennhesier 600s to my akg headset, no change.

Pulled my Soundblaster card out and went only with the on-board system, reformatted. No change

I bought new ram, on qvl list, corsair lpx 3200. No change. Ran only one stick of ram, better but may be placebo at this point I'm going crazy.

Bought a second 3090, gigabyte this time, no changes. Put in my old 1080ti, no change.

Someone please help I can't figure out what is causing this audio crackling/popping.

Latencymon calls out nvlddmkm.sys but two different 3090s, a 1080ti, all can't have the same problem. The literal only things i haven't changed at this point are the mobo and cpu.


My specs;
Ryzen 5900x
Asus hero viii on bios 2702
Corsair vengeance pro 3600 64gb
Corsair rm1000
Asus tuf 3090 oc
Samsung 970 evo pro m2
Samsung 850 2.5"
Most likely a dodgy sound chip. It could be a bad earth, but since everything else is working fine, that is unlikely. I would talk to the vendor about tech support.
 

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Try increasing the VDDG IOD voltage by 0.25mV.
Increased ccd, iod, and cldo to 1.05 and soc to 1.1. Ram is at 1.35, no change.

Load level is lvl3 with current at 130%, also no change....
Most likely a dodgy sound chip. It could be a bad earth, but since everything else is working fine, that is unlikely. I would talk to the vendor about tech support.
As far as the sound chip, I've tried a dedicated pcie sound card and on-board sound. Same result, popping like wild
 

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My PC is rebooting when resuming from S3 (sleep) since BIOS 2502.

I'm not sure if this is a BIOS behavior or a GPU behavior since I upgrade the BIOS and installed a new RTX 3080 pretty much in the same period.

Did anyone notice wake-up from sleep issues in the newer BIOS?
 

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for the random reboots after 1302 crowd:
there are some people saying it goes away with cstates disabled, and such.
if you'all would follow the same procedure in conducting the experiment it will be easier to pin point the issue:

Step 1:
jut defaults, no docp no oc nothing:
pass/fail?
Step 2:
following from step 1, disable DF Cstates, data fabric cstate : amd cbs\nbio common options\smu common options
disable dram power down enable: dram timings
pass/fail?
Step 3:
following from step 2, disable global c states, amd cbs\cpu common options
pass/fail?

report back like so
Step 1: fail
Step 2: fail
Step 3: pass
System specs:
I'm glad I found this thread as I'm having a horrible time with random reboots lately. It seems primarily in low load states or when coming out of sleep. Not getting any bug check codes in the event viewer either.

I've been testing multiple BIOS revisions with stock settings except for enabling DOCP (I have not tried 2133 speed with no DOCP yet). However, I have had zero issues with DOCP or even higher mem OCs in the past, and my RAM passes hours and hours and multiple passes of both memtest86 and memtest pro. Before I traced this back to BIOS versions, I thought perhaps I was having a RAM issue so I do have another kit on the way but my memtest results seem to indicate the RAM itself should be absolutely fine.

From my limited testing, I encountered the highest frequency of crashes in anything 2311 or later. I've been working my way back through BIOS revisions to find a stable one and just had my first crash coming out of sleep on 2103 today.

If I have time and availability, I will follow your steps to the letter and get some test data, but I do need this machine for work so I need it to be stable. This may mean that I need to rollback all the way to 1302 for the time being.

I hope this all gets worked out soon.

Specs:
ASUS ROG x570 Crosshair VIII Hero WiFi
Ryzen 9 3900x
G.SKILL F4-3200C14D-32GTZKW - 2x16GB 3200 14-14-14-34
 

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My PC is rebooting when resuming from S3 (sleep) since BIOS 2502.

I'm not sure if this is a BIOS behavior or a GPU behavior since I upgrade the BIOS and installed a new RTX 3080 pretty much in the same period.

Did anyone notice wake-up from sleep issues in the newer BIOS?
Exact same boat here (see my post just prior). Unfortunately, I don't have more data for you right now because I also upgraded BIOS and got everything back up to the latest when I installed my 3080 as well. Before both of these things, I was stable.

To be clear, I've also been having random reboots outside of just resuming from sleep, which seem to be tied more closely to what others are experiencing. After rolling back to 2103 though, the only crash I've had so far was coming out of sleep but it hasn't even been a full day yet since I did that.

There are a lot of variables here so it's hard for me to say for certain if this is BIOS, GPU, or something else entirely.
 

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Exact same boat here (see my post just prior). Unfortunately, I don't have more data for you right now because I also upgraded BIOS and got everything back up to the latest when I installed my 3080 as well. Before both of these things, I was stable.

To be clear, I've also been having random reboots outside of just resuming from sleep, which seem to be tied more closely to what others are experiencing. After rolling back to 2103 though, the only crash I've had so far was coming out of sleep but it hasn't even been a full day yet since I did that.

There are a lot of variables here so it's hard for me to say for certain if this is BIOS, GPU, or something else entirely.
I don't have don't have any issues with the PC running (S0).

Crashes/reboot occur 100% of time when resuming from S3 to S0.
 

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Ok this is very annoying to me as an owner of this ROG-Crosshair-VIII-Impact ****. Who is having issues with memory timings on it with the latest bios versions ?? The beta one works fine with me but the other new pushed bios are terrible.
 

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ROG-CROSSHAIR-VIII-IMPACT-ASUS-2402 worked fine with my 4000mhz cl16 32gb memory kit (two 16gb kits). However, I had a huge fight trying to boot with 2502 and the latest one on the site.
 

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Hey guys don't get your hopes up to high. The bios 2702 changes nothing for me in regards to ram oc. Still unable to boot with ram higher than 3600 mhz, even though the ram and the board defenitely can (had it running fine with the 3900x @3800 mhz) in the meantime I found out that my cpu IF-Clock can go to 1900 mhz no problem as long as the ram stays at 3600 or lower (which ofc doesn't make sense from a performance standpoint, just for testing) good to know that my cpu sample is not completely craptastic. So my hope is that with a good bios I can finally get some ram OC going on ryzen 5000...
I have the same issue, which bios are you using now ??
 

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Increased ccd, iod, and cldo to 1.05 and soc to 1.1. Ram is at 1.35, no change.

Load level is lvl3 with current at 130%, also no change....

As far as the sound chip, I've tried a dedicated pcie sound card and on-board sound. Same result, popping like wild
try putting the cpu load level at auto and the soc load level at 3. The other voltages leave them at the value you specified.
I have the same issue with fclk at 1900 with my 3950x at stock settings and what cures the crackling in my case is either high vsoc or high ccd/iod or a combination of both. Also, disable the spread spectrum on tweakers paradise menu.
 

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Testing with "PBO FMax enhancer" to ENABLED, it seems to me to have better temps and higher mhz (with my 5900x, about 4950Mhz in single core), however my cpu Z in single and multicore is lower (580 NO-PBO FMAX vs 560 PBO FMAX on single, and 9700 vs 9500 on multicore). I don´t understand why if it seems better sustained speed and looking that option in bios it would be increase FPS, why the bench scores are lower? any tips?

Other thing I noticed I have good temps with default stock setting, reaching 72 degrees only with prime or fumark cpu-burner (all 24 threads, all cores, between 4200 and 4400 Mhz). However, if I do that test only with 6 threads, my temps goes to 85-90 degrees. Less threads and more heat?? I don´t understand why
Any thought please?
 

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Increased ccd, iod, and cldo to 1.05 and soc to 1.1. Ram is at 1.35, no change.

Load level is lvl3 with current at 130%, also no change....

As far as the sound chip, I've tried a dedicated pcie sound card and on-board sound. Same result, popping like wild
have you tested if the power matches what the sensor are stating using the probit bar?
It really sounds like a bad earth to me. You have it on two sources. Remount the board with insulating washer.
You could even try a different PSU, bad signal deviations could cause that. As well as check the incoming supply from the socket.
Just out of curiosity what is your proc ODT strength? It isn't set to something silly like >96ohms
 

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I don't have don't have any issues with the PC running (S0).

Crashes/reboot occur 100% of time when resuming from S3 to S0.
So I've been doing some more digging trying to test various BIOS versions and checking some other forums on EVGA and Reddit. I believe my crashes/reboots when the PC is running were BIOS related.

However, I think the resuming from s3 issue to be driver related. I could reliably reproduce these crashes on both GeForce Driver 457.09 and 457.30. I used DDU and rolled back to 456.71 and so far so good. I was able to sleep and resume without any crashing. I've only been testing this for an hour or so now so don't take this as a fix, but you may want to check into the driver used for the 3080 and rollback to prior revisions to see if that helps.

I'm going to run for a bit on BIOS 2103 and nvidia driver 456.71 to see if any crashes occur. If all looks good after a couple of days, I'll update BIOS again to see if issues persist.
 

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My PC is rebooting when resuming from S3 (sleep) since BIOS 2502.

I'm not sure if this is a BIOS behavior or a GPU behavior since I upgrade the BIOS and installed a new RTX 3080 pretty much in the same period.

Did anyone notice wake-up from sleep issues in the newer BIOS?
This is happen to me if I have EVGA Precision X1 open. If I close it, it's fine.

If you are having this issue like me then let's submit tickets to EVGA.
 
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