They said most likely hardware issue (cpu). The fact we are facing the same issue would have ruled out a faulty CPU.So what was the shop's take on this? CPU busted? BIOS incompatibility? Raised shoulders and "no clue"?
From what I gather from the retailer, Giga boards with most issues. Has anyone tried another chip on the line up like the 5800x and see if the same error crops up?If I knew for sure that the gigabyte board just has issues and another board from eg. ASUS or MSI would solve the issue for sure, that would be on order right now. But alas, it does not look like that would be a guaranteed fix.
Maybe for better integration of new features and free memory, GIGABYTE should remove support for Ryzen 1000 from X570 chipsets?"ASRock officially confirmed that the first beta BIOS revision for B450 motherboards was made available on the official website a few days ago. However, it is worth bearing in mind that updating the firmware will result in the loss of support for older processors (Ryzen 1000 and Ryzen 2000) and there may be problems with proper operation."
Shutdowns makes me think of overheating.Soooo, Can I join this club? I didn't exactly upgrade. Just did a bios update to F31e to F31j and I'm still getting Whea Logger Event 19 and sometimes Kernel Power event 41 to go with it. I don't get reboots. I get straight unclean shutdowns.