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 11 
 on: Today at 00:13:07 
Started by BMDJag - Last post by rbleroy91
Thank you very much! I used the contact form you provided which I couldnt find for some reason and was able to set up a RMA. Bonus was that the repair depot was local and I got the board back the same day!
Wonderfull! :biggthumbsup:
Glad to have been able to help.
Have a nice day,
:hat tip:

 12 
 on: Today at 00:12:38 
Started by Tonimakinen - Last post by Tonimakinen
Hello. 

Can you provide me with the latest vBIOS for 1070 Ti Gaming?
S/N 602-V330-131SB1710020569

 13 
 on: Today at 00:08:53 
Started by ikt - Last post by darkhawk
I had a 280X that was similar as well. As soon as I launched a game it would die. Eventually, it got so bad that I couldn't even make it into Windows. That's with or without the drivers.

 14 
 on: Yesterday at 23:57:38 
Started by eugene.savitsky - Last post by eugene.savitsky
Tested with CB15: best result is 1534 (memory clocked at 2800 Mhz)

But according to HWiNFO the CPU clock never fell below 3975 Mhz and not above 4100 Mhz. BIOS settings are by default.

I assume I have the latest AMD chipset drivers installed (how can I check it in Device Manager?).
Tried different power plans, but no difference at all...

 15 
 on: Yesterday at 23:53:30 
Started by johnnyxp64 - Last post by rbleroy91
what about the more affordable MSI X570-A PRO? i dont need fancy gaming red :censored: , and looks like it has also backflash support and 2 nvmie slots
Right, it is a good "professional" mobo:
- Flashback+
- Flash chip of 256Mb for bios
- 4x SYS_FAN each one ajustable as DC or PWM mode
- 2x M2 with a Gen4 x4 (bandwith 16GB/s) and a Gen3 x4 (4GB/s):
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Without any compromise on SATA ports and PCIe slots
- PCie slots Gen4:
[attachthumb=2]
- 6x SATAIII ports
- USB 3.2: 2x Gen2 and 8x Gen1
If I would have one reproach to do for this mobo, it is the choice of a Realtek as LAN controller: it is reliable but WoL does not work with some MSI boards (I do not know if it is the case for the X570-A PRO). Rest is very good! :biggthumbsup:
Friendly yours,
:hat tip:

 16 
 on: Yesterday at 23:52:42 
Started by eugene.savitsky - Last post by Chike
Got it.
But what exactly you can't see? :think:
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 17 
 on: Yesterday at 23:45:09 
Started by paprika79 - Last post by montyac
Specs,

Board: B450-A Pro (Bios 7B86vA8M CSM mode)
CPU: Ryzen5 3600
RAM: 16GB Crucial Ballistix DDR4-3200 (BLS8G4D32AESBK.8FE)
GPU: Asus Geforce GTX 1060 6GB
OS: Win10 Pro 1903

So i've had this system for almost 8 weeks now and it was running flawless untill yesterday. First coldboot of the day and it took 1-2 minutes to get to the Bios post. Then it all went normal to Windows.
Today it didn't even go to Bios post, screen was black, (forget to check if it actually displayed something on the HDMI device.) System didn't react to reset button or holding down the power button. Had to actually power off the system
with the switch at the back of the PSU. Haven't made any changes to the system in the past 4 weeks, didn't touch the Bios or installed any new drivers. Clearing cmos or flashing bios doesn't fix the problem, so that makes me think that the cold boot issue might be hardware related and doesn't has anything to do with the Bios.

So anybody here who can verify that? Got the cold boot issue fixed by replacing the board?

This should help to eliminate cold boot problems. In bios, enable the  ErP setting. Since enabling this I have no problem booting up my system in the morning, either from a cold boot or from hibernation.

 18 
 on: Yesterday at 23:41:32 
Started by anblst - Last post by RaiderGamer
do an ec reset

by either using the pinhole on the bottom of the machine if there is one

or remove battery and hold power button down for a minute

check speaker wires while your in there for damage

 19 
 on: Yesterday at 23:41:05 
Started by devion2323 - Last post by montyac
I have this MB installed with Ryzen 3600 as well as another rig on 3700x. I also installed GPU cards on both of the rigs.
I like to enable on board graphics to be used but cannot find any integrated graphics setting in BIOS. How to configure the MB to run on both graphics?

Both of your CPUs do not have any graphics. These are only processors. You will need to get APU chips for on-board graphics.

 20 
 on: Yesterday at 23:40:49 
Started by tmparagon - Last post by RaiderGamer
update bios from device manager 'firmware'

update ec from product support page

reset bios defaults

reset ec

check bios again

remove other drives and reseat new drive and check bios

remove other drives and install windows on new drive from usb

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