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Hi, I have an Aorus Master X570 Gigabyte v1.0 with Bios F11 since 2 years but I have from time to time BSOD with mostly mssecflt.sys as showed culprit.
Ram is 2X CMW32GX4M2C3200C16 Corsair Vengeance (I never did any overclocking) CPU is AMD Ryzen 7 3700X.
I'm pretty sure this is a hardware problem as I already did "all" that could do on the Software side.. SFC /SCANNOW - DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth and so on...
Anyway my question is :
Can I upgrade straight to the latest BIOS F36f to check if it help (I have dual BIOS on this board).
I never upgraded the AMD drivers, should I do this before updating the BIOS ?
Do I have to upgrade other drivers too ?
Snappy driver show me this (but I don't know if they are needed for my 3700X CPU)
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I don't think it matters whether you update the chipset drivers first or not. Although I usually update the chipset drivers first then the bios. Make sure you have the latest ones from AMD.


You should be fine upgrading straight to the latest bios.
 

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I bricked my old X570-I when I upgraded from a old version to the last one. So I would recommend using BIOS Flashback to be safe.
 

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I suspect this is a memory problem based on your description, but there is no way to know for sure.

Updating AMD drivers can't really hurt but they don't really do as much as people think. Flashing the BIOS should be fine, my 3900X ran on everything from F4 to F34... however sometime around F20ish something was changed with memory and this caused stable settings on previous BIOS to no longer work without additional tweaking.

The only caveat to that would be F34 (and maybe later betas) add capsule support which will prevent you from going back to a lower version without using Q-Flash+ (flashback/rear button controls). Worst case you can swap to the backup BIOS as long as you don't let it flash both chips.

Do you have "XMP" enabled?
 

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Thanks for your help, Yes tried without and with XMP enabled, tried recommended settings from forums like :

  • Enable XMP
  • Set DRAM voltage manually to 1.35V
  • Set RAM multiplier to 32x
  • Set the first five subtimings manually to 16-18-18-18-36 (the same as XMP would) (important!)
  • Set the sixth timing (tRC) to 56 instead of 54 as XMP would (important!)some others say 55
 

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And I still have to confirm that, but I'm pretty sure the BSOD happen only (some variable time) after going out of standby and never after cold boot.
It happen from 2 times a week to 2 times a month...
 
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