BETA BIOS Release for Ryzen 3000 Series Processors

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Updated X470 Pro Carbon to 29M beta bios, installed 3700x,  it posted OK and recognized the chip and all the attached hardware (including M.2 NVME boot drive)...

...however, for whatever reason, windows will not fully boot to NVME.  I've tried every combo of settings for UEFI and CSM, enabled and disabled various other features to see if it would affect ability to read disk, but whenever Windows boots, its just an endless spinning wheel (or every 3rd boot attempt, "automatic repair mode")

It WILL (strangely?) boot into safe mode.  But very unstable; opening various files in safe mode causes insta-crash.

Not sure what the issue is, whether its the BIOS or the Chip or what.  

Is it something to do w/ RAID being disabled on the beta BIOS?  (i know 1 NVME doesn't need to be set as RAID to boot, but i've seen discussions in past which suggested RAID capability was needed to run NVME as UEFI boot device)

Any thoughts?  In the meantime I'm moving back to old v. 28 BIOS and 2600 chip until new, stable BIOS is released, but am interested in any comments re: NVME boot issues b/c im pretty new to using them and suspect this may involve some user error.

Thanks
 

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grimmaniac date=1562950393 said:
The Beta-Bios works [on X470 GPC] with my 2600 but the 3700x doesn't boot at all. Like others mentioned the EZ Debug CPU LED stays on and my monitor doesn't receive a signal.
On my dad's B450 Gaming Plus on BIOS 7B86v18 the 3700x boots just fine.
I guess we have to wait for the final BIOS on the x470 GPC.
I have not seen any debug LEDs, but this is basically my same experience; same settings in BIOS allow 2600 to boot in v.29M, but not the 3700x

Perhaps my problem isn't the NVME issue at all
 

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Ryzen 3700x [font="Segoe UI" "Helvetica Neue" "Liberation Sans" "Nimbus Sans L" Arial sans-serif]B450 Pro Carbon running the beta bios.[/font]

I'm having trouble changing the voltage on the CPU, it's running way too high, its in the 1.45-1.48 area. I read that the new 570 motherboards were doing this out of the box, so it sucks to see that mine is doing the same. It's an easy fix, but I can't seem to figure out the new beta bios to adjust the voltage? Any help would be appreciated!!!
 

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pastrocks85 date=1563470174 said:
Ryzen 3700x B450 Pro Carbon running the beta bios.

I'm having trouble changing the voltage on the CPU, it's running way too high, its in the 1.45-1.48 area. I read that the new 570 motherboards were doing this out of the box, so it sucks to see that mine is doing the same. It's an easy fix, but I can't seem to figure out the new beta bios to adjust the voltage? Any help would be appreciated!!!
For me, I had to set the cpu voltage to override mode, then highlight where it said "auto", and use the +/- keys to actually adjust it.

I'm wondering if maybe that shouldn't just be left at 1.5v anyway. Someone from AMD posted on reddit about it.
 

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unfnknblvbl date=1562984206 said:
No worries:



And for all the naysayers who think the BIOS isn't shoving 1.5v (1.488v, whatever) though the chip by default:


Thank you for taking the time in doing so. Have you noticed any loss in single core performance when going town to 1.3? On my end, I do, big time (any sort of undervolting for that matter).

That said, I'd like to report that the B450I Gaming Plus AC motherboard's bios for Ryzen 3000 support is no longer in beta...and its much worse than the beta one (at least for me) what was previously a stable 2667MHz overclock on my memory bricked my motherboard with this latest update. Had to clear the CMOS, fixed the issue, but still, any sort of overclock on the memory will make my system unstable and wont let me boot unless I clear CMOS.
 

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Thanks for the help! It worked, and it killed my performance! I changed it to about 1.375v and it wouldn?t boost past 3.6ghz! It was boosting to 4.3 with the high voltage. I changed it back to ?default?. But I?m worried about leaving at that voltage long term.
 

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pastrocks85 date=1563501665 said:
It worked, and it killed my performance!
Right, I think at this point its the overall consensus. What power plan are you using? Leveling with you I selected the Ryzen High performance, and honestly dont see it spike to 1.5v all that much in CPU-Z (forgot to add, I enabled COOL n QUIET in CPU Features, I think thats where that option was... it does seem to help I think)
 

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pastrocks85 date=1563501665 said:
Thanks for the help! It worked, and it killed my performance! I changed it to about 1.375v and it wouldn?t boost past 3.6ghz! It was boosting to 4.3 with the high voltage. I changed it back to ?default?. But I?m worried about leaving at that voltage long term.

Set negative offset voltage at 0,05-0,075. After that check voltage in CPU-Z and run cinebench or aniother cpu benchmark. If cpu isn't stable cinebench score is significantly below 4700 pts
 

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smunserv321 date=1563488903 said:
Have you noticed any loss in single core performance when going town to 1.3? On my end, I do, big time (any sort of undervolting for that matter).
Not at all. I can actually get down to 1.1v and still get 4.4GHz base clock!
 

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Hi, there is a B450I GAMING PLUS AC motherboard, updated to version E7A40AMS.A7M, the motherboard sees the Ryzen 3600. When the system is turned on, the black screen hangs for about 30 seconds, then the system restarts and Win 10 starts up without any problems. So the problem in certain settings of BIOS or the reason is that just a beta version? I will be grateful for your response!
 

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buddyw53 date=1563582031 said:
I don't think any MSI board BIOS's been released using 1.0.0.3aba... so kind of a non-issue?
As far as I'm aware.....no BIOS's with that were released publicly, beta or otherwise....so yes, non-issue.

But again....this has nothing to do with MSI overall. It's AMD screwing up....again....
 

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The Bloody Nine date=1563674138 said:
Destiny 2 will not start if you are using a Ryzen 3000 series cpu. Bungie announced the issue was a bios issue and provided a fix to motherboard partners. Does MSI have an idea when a fix will roll out?
@askbungie twitter
https://twitter.com/BungieHelp/status/1149786883712376832
No one here will have any clue. None at all.
Contact MSI directly. See : >>How to contact MSI.<<

It's also dependent on AMD putting out updated (and correct, non-buggy) AGESA code as well.

All I can say is good luck there.....given their history.
 

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B450 Gaming Plus. Flashback function didn't work at all with 3 usb drives to update bios. Error showed 3 red blinks. First i installed 7B86v18 manually through bios using my Ryzen 1600 processor. After putting all components together my PC don't even post with Ryzen 3600. I tried so many variants to fix this but nothing help. It works only when i put back my Ryzen 1600. 
Emailed tech support. I think this problem accure to AGESA 1.0.0.3 without AB in the end. I hope new BIOS will help me..
 

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I'm on X370 Gaming Pro Carbon and testet "7A32v1NP(Beta version)" with a 1600X.
After I finished testing, I wanted to flash back to previous version of the BIOS, using M-Flash. It was successfull, but it took 10  hours to complete flashing! I got 1% progress every 6-10min :shocked:

Also, something which isn't directly related to the newest BIOS, because it seems to happen also in the older one.
Why is the BIOS putting all FANs to 100% once the CPU reaches 81?C ? I've configured the FAN curves myself and if it would respect my config, the FANs wouldn't go the 100%, but the board overrules me in this specific case. I really don't like this behaviour. I want to decide myself how the FANs are working.
 

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For those who are using x470 Gaming Pro Carbon, i see that today MSI apperently updated the beta bios from ComboPI1.0.0.3a to ComboPI1.0.0.3ab (note the "b")
As for now, i am not able to test as i have no CPU to put in and add the bios.
 

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The update for the X470 Gaming Pro Carbon just points to the same file on the server as the beta. If the update does exist, we can't download it right now.
 

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aoamchart date=1563807934 said:
The update for the X470 Gaming Pro Carbon just points to the same file on the server as the beta. If the update does exist, we can't download it right now.
I not sure how they do it, but at support page does change..tough i see that file is same. I supose they save over the same file and simple update THAT. Unless im mistaken here.
 
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