Yes, i have done that, set up everything with RX5600XT and now using the PC normally.
But if i will need to go to BIOS again i will need to change the GPU again, if i sell the RX5600XT in the meantime i cannot enter BIOS..
I have already opened a ticket with MSI support, they said that that is the problem of AMD, and that i should contact them, which is not a solution to my problem.
ASRock said that i should RMA the card which is also not a solution to my problem.
AMD Forum also didn't help me, i didn't find the option for opening a ticket or something, i have opened a discussion, no solution either:
Good day to you who reads this, i have pasted the conversation with MSI Support so i don't have to write everything again: Good day, i have bought a new GPU a few days ago and with that GPU i cannot enter BIOS. I have tried every DP and HDMI slot and the same thing is happening. I tried another...
I really don't know who i should write next..
I saw your report and I need to mention two experiences that I consider important to review, as it may be indicating problems beyond what you are imagining.
I had an experience that is not the same as yours, but it caused me a LOT of headaches with a 5700XT in the past.
I know that in your case there is a problem with not even going through the BIOS. And in my case, it caused stuttering by generating logs on Windows with the WHEA error with IDs: 01 and 18. It rebooted warmly. I went to research deeply on the subject in the ADM forums and identified after some time that the problem was occurring because of the VGA that I had bought. After having tried several treatments, including with AMD itself, we came to the conclusion that RMA was inevitable. After much dialogue with MSI support, I forwarded the VGA to RMA. Upon receipt, there were no more pieces of it to forward. I bought the VGA for the 5000 series end of life, but it was the VGA I wanted.
Many other people were having problems very similar to mine and yours at the time on the AMD forum. If you look there you will find these reports.
I was reimbursed by the MSI representative in Brazil and very upset about that, I bought an RTX3070 (it's not this one anymore, because I sold it in that Cryptos madness and got 3x its value). Look! nVidia is another world my dear! Lots of stability and just a few silly bugs every now and then with the drivers. nVidia is life!
Well, the problem with the VGA is gone, but I had another "hidden" problem that collaborated with the problem of the VGA. This I only discovered after the various BIOS updates that contributed to the problem occurring. I noticed that it was after resolving with USB on mainboards with B550 chipset. From then on, the stability with my old 5900X CPU went downhill, again generating the error in the logs about the source WHEA, ID: 18. I tried to update with the following bioses, but nothing solved. A Beta BIOS came along that partially stabilized the situation, reducing the problem, but nothing really solved it.
Until one day, not satisfied with the situation, I looked deeper and had found a video of a Brazilian reporting about stability problems with the Ryzen 5000 Series Step B0. It was my processor. AMD surreptitiously released fixes for the problems with this CPU and wonderful overclocking addendums. Clocks on Step B2 are higher and the processor has a good balance in terms of consumption and processing power. I identified these fonts, plus the WCCFTECH fonts, and RMAd my CPU. They reimbursed me again, I bought a more modest CPU, this being now the Step B2. I never went through this headache again.
Today, I have a problem, but I'm sure it came through this new AGESA that was released. I'm suspicious of a feature in the BIOS that I previously kept active, but in this new BIOS update I had to keep it disabled for analysis. I'll have to wait a few more days to be sure.
What I wanted to convey in my report was that it is sometimes necessary to validate more items. Problems in CPUs, memories that are not in the compatibility matrix of the mainboard manufacturer, old power supplies that were not designed for these new CPUs, etc. It sucks as hell, but it still takes hardware brushing to find the root cause.
Hope this helps! And if I can give my opinion, validate your CPU, update BIOS and retest. Still having the same problem? RMA on VGA without a doubt. And if you get the refund, if you don't consider it abuse on my part, go with nVidia.