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B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« on: 18-December-18, 13:51:55 »

I have:

B450-VDH
AMD 2400G
G.SKILL Fortis DDR-2400 (F4-2400C15D-16GFT) 
Patriot Scortch M.2 240GB


I had the hardest time to get it to boot, it would just hang at CPU.    I have 2 monitors, 1-HDMI and 1-VGA.    I had to disconnect the HDMI monitor to get it to boot randomly.   I flashed it to M20 firmware (November 2018).    It got better.    Was able to boot most of the time.   Onto installing Linux.

I got Mint installed, had to manually install 4.18 kernel to get any sort of graphics support.     So far, great.    Stable, running BOINC/World Community Grid computing for 24 hours straight, went back to O/C RAM to 2666 (baby steps) and still rock solid.  Until....

If I plug into HDMI or DVI for second monitor the machine locks up hard --- pull power plug.


Thoughts?
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #1 on: 18-December-18, 18:36:33 »

I did figure out that Virtualization was not turned on in the BIOS.

I turned that on and the system is a heck of alot more stable.

I am running 2 monitors now VGA and HDMI.

I am running Mint Linux with kernel 4.19.10 (thank you to UUKU app)

I'm still getting some lockups and have to remove powercord to reset the unit....but it's a whole lot better.
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #2 on: 07-February-19, 17:12:54 »

A continuation of this thread...

I'm now using BIOS: [font=DINPro-Regular, Arial, Verdana, Geneva, 微軟正黑體, sans-serif, sans-serif]7A38vM3[/font][/color]

I am using Linux Kernel 4.20.6
I'm using the Mesa Drivers from GIT
I'm using the AMDGPU firmware from GIT

I am still having lockups and instability.

I can only think that since updating all the Linux drivers and code has done nothing that there has to be something with the BIOS.

Can anyone point me in the correct direction for BIOS settings?    How about Beta BIOS from MSI?    
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #3 on: 07-February-19, 18:20:25 »

Check default ProcODT by Ryzen Timing Checker.
And set one step higher than default ProcODT Value.

For two single rank RAM, ProcODT is 60 or 68.6
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #4 on: 12-February-19, 09:34:44 »

Since I don't have Windows (Linux only) I can't run the Ryzen Timing Checker.

I ran a Linux tool and here is what I found:

Decoding EEPROM: /sys/bus/i2c/drivers/eeprom/0-0052
Guessing DIMM is in                              bank 3

---=== SPD EEPROM Information ===---
EEPROM CRC of bytes 0-125                        OK (0x4F9F)
# of bytes written to SDRAM EEPROM               384
Total number of bytes in EEPROM                  512
Fundamental Memory type                          DDR4 SDRAM
SPD Revision                                     1.1
Module Type                                      UDIMM
EEPROM CRC of bytes 128-253                      OK (0x4A07)

---=== Memory Characteristics ===---
Maximum module speed                             2400 MHz (PC4-19200)
Size                                             8192 MB
Banks x Rows x Columns x Bits                    16 x 16 x 10 x 64
SDRAM Device Width                               8 bits
Ranks                                            1
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles)                           15-15-15-39
Supported CAS Latencies                          15T, 14T, 13T, 11T, 9T

---=== Timings at Standard Speeds ===---
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-2400              15-15-15-39
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-2133              14-14-14-35
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-1866              13-12-12-30
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-1600              11-10-10-26

---=== Timing Parameters ===---
Minimum Cycle Time (tCKmin)                      0.833 ns
Maximum Cycle Time (tCKmax)                      1.600 ns
Minimum CAS Latency Time (tAA)                   12.500 ns
Minimum RAS to CAS Delay (tRCD)                  12.500 ns
Minimum Row Precharge Delay (tRP)                12.500 ns
Minimum Active to Precharge Delay (tRAS)         32.000 ns
Minimum Active to Auto-Refresh Delay (tRC)       44.500 ns
Minimum Recovery Delay (tRFC1)                   350.000 ns
Minimum Recovery Delay (tRFC2)                   260.000 ns
Minimum Recovery Delay (tRFC4)                   160.000 ns
Minimum Four Activate Window Delay (tFAW)        21.000 ns
Minimum Row Active to Row Active Delay (tRRD_S)  3.299 ns
Minimum Row Active to Row Active Delay (tRRD_L)  4.900 ns
Minimum CAS to CAS Delay (tCCD_L)                5.000 ns
Minimum Write Recovery Time (tWR)                15.000 ns
Minimum Write to Read Time (tWTR_S)              2.500 ns
Minimum Write to Read Time (tWTR_L)              7.500 ns

---=== Other Information ===---
Package Type                                     Monolithic
Maximum Activate Count                           Unlimited
Post Package Repair                              One row per bank group
Soft PPR                                         Not Supported
Module Nominal Voltage                           1.2 V
Thermal Sensor                                   No

---=== Physical Characteristics ===---
Module Height                                    32 mm
Module Thickness                                 2 mm front, 1 mm back
Module Reference Card                            A revision 1

---=== Manufacturer Data ===---
Module Manufacturer                              Undefined
Part Number                                      Undefined


Decoding EEPROM: /sys/bus/i2c/drivers/eeprom/0-0053
Guessing DIMM is in                              bank 4

---=== SPD EEPROM Information ===---
EEPROM CRC of bytes 0-125                        OK (0x4F9F)
# of bytes written to SDRAM EEPROM               384
Total number of bytes in EEPROM                  512
Fundamental Memory type                          DDR4 SDRAM
SPD Revision                                     1.1
Module Type                                      UDIMM
EEPROM CRC of bytes 128-253                      OK (0x4A07)

---=== Memory Characteristics ===---
Maximum module speed                             2400 MHz (PC4-19200)
Size                                             8192 MB
Banks x Rows x Columns x Bits                    16 x 16 x 10 x 64
SDRAM Device Width                               8 bits
Ranks                                            1
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles)                           15-15-15-39
Supported CAS Latencies                          15T, 14T, 13T, 11T, 9T

---=== Timings at Standard Speeds ===---
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-2400              15-15-15-39
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-2133              14-14-14-35
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-1866              13-12-12-30
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-1600              11-10-10-26

---=== Timing Parameters ===---
Minimum Cycle Time (tCKmin)                      0.833 ns
Maximum Cycle Time (tCKmax)                      1.600 ns
Minimum CAS Latency Time (tAA)                   12.500 ns
Minimum RAS to CAS Delay (tRCD)                  12.500 ns
Minimum Row Precharge Delay (tRP)                12.500 ns
Minimum Active to Precharge Delay (tRAS)         32.000 ns
Minimum Active to Auto-Refresh Delay (tRC)       44.500 ns
Minimum Recovery Delay (tRFC1)                   350.000 ns
Minimum Recovery Delay (tRFC2)                   260.000 ns
Minimum Recovery Delay (tRFC4)                   160.000 ns
Minimum Four Activate Window Delay (tFAW)        21.000 ns
Minimum Row Active to Row Active Delay (tRRD_S)  3.299 ns
Minimum Row Active to Row Active Delay (tRRD_L)  4.900 ns
Minimum CAS to CAS Delay (tCCD_L)                5.000 ns
Minimum Write Recovery Time (tWR)                15.000 ns
Minimum Write to Read Time (tWTR_S)              2.500 ns
Minimum Write to Read Time (tWTR_L)              7.500 ns

---=== Other Information ===---
Package Type                                     Monolithic
Maximum Activate Count                           Unlimited
Post Package Repair                              One row per bank group
Soft PPR                                         Not Supported
Module Nominal Voltage                           1.2 V
Thermal Sensor                                   No

---=== Physical Characteristics ===---
Module Height                                    32 mm
Module Thickness                                 2 mm front, 1 mm back
Module Reference Card                            A revision 1

---=== Manufacturer Data ===---
Module Manufacturer                              Undefined
Part Number                                      Undefined


Number of SDRAM DIMMs detected and decoded: 2
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #5 on: 13-February-19, 19:09:36 »

Since I don't have Windows (Linux only) I can't run the Ryzen Timing Checker.

I ran a Linux tool and here is what I found:

Decoding EEPROM: /sys/bus/i2c/drivers/eeprom/0-0052
Guessing DIMM is in                              bank 3

---=== SPD EEPROM Information ===---
EEPROM CRC of bytes 0-125                        OK (0x4F9F)
# of bytes written to SDRAM EEPROM               384
Total number of bytes in EEPROM                  512
Fundamental Memory type                          DDR4 SDRAM
SPD Revision                                     1.1
Module Type                                      UDIMM
EEPROM CRC of bytes 128-253                      OK (0x4A07)

---=== Memory Characteristics ===---
Maximum module speed                             2400 MHz (PC4-19200)
Size                                             8192 MB
Banks x Rows x Columns x Bits                    16 x 16 x 10 x 64
SDRAM Device Width                               8 bits
Ranks                                            1
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles)                           15-15-15-39
Supported CAS Latencies                          15T, 14T, 13T, 11T, 9T

---=== Timings at Standard Speeds ===---
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-2400              15-15-15-39
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-2133              14-14-14-35
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-1866              13-12-12-30
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-1600              11-10-10-26

---=== Timing Parameters ===---
Minimum Cycle Time (tCKmin)                      0.833 ns
Maximum Cycle Time (tCKmax)                      1.600 ns
Minimum CAS Latency Time (tAA)                   12.500 ns
Minimum RAS to CAS Delay (tRCD)                  12.500 ns
Minimum Row Precharge Delay (tRP)                12.500 ns
Minimum Active to Precharge Delay (tRAS)         32.000 ns
Minimum Active to Auto-Refresh Delay (tRC)       44.500 ns
Minimum Recovery Delay (tRFC1)                   350.000 ns
Minimum Recovery Delay (tRFC2)                   260.000 ns
Minimum Recovery Delay (tRFC4)                   160.000 ns
Minimum Four Activate Window Delay (tFAW)        21.000 ns
Minimum Row Active to Row Active Delay (tRRD_S)  3.299 ns
Minimum Row Active to Row Active Delay (tRRD_L)  4.900 ns
Minimum CAS to CAS Delay (tCCD_L)                5.000 ns
Minimum Write Recovery Time (tWR)                15.000 ns
Minimum Write to Read Time (tWTR_S)              2.500 ns
Minimum Write to Read Time (tWTR_L)              7.500 ns

---=== Other Information ===---
Package Type                                     Monolithic
Maximum Activate Count                           Unlimited
Post Package Repair                              One row per bank group
Soft PPR                                         Not Supported
Module Nominal Voltage                           1.2 V
Thermal Sensor                                   No

---=== Physical Characteristics ===---
Module Height                                    32 mm
Module Thickness                                 2 mm front, 1 mm back
Module Reference Card                            A revision 1

---=== Manufacturer Data ===---
Module Manufacturer                              Undefined
Part Number                                      Undefined


Decoding EEPROM: /sys/bus/i2c/drivers/eeprom/0-0053
Guessing DIMM is in                              bank 4

---=== SPD EEPROM Information ===---
EEPROM CRC of bytes 0-125                        OK (0x4F9F)
# of bytes written to SDRAM EEPROM               384
Total number of bytes in EEPROM                  512
Fundamental Memory type                          DDR4 SDRAM
SPD Revision                                     1.1
Module Type                                      UDIMM
EEPROM CRC of bytes 128-253                      OK (0x4A07)

---=== Memory Characteristics ===---
Maximum module speed                             2400 MHz (PC4-19200)
Size                                             8192 MB
Banks x Rows x Columns x Bits                    16 x 16 x 10 x 64
SDRAM Device Width                               8 bits
Ranks                                            1
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles)                           15-15-15-39
Supported CAS Latencies                          15T, 14T, 13T, 11T, 9T

---=== Timings at Standard Speeds ===---
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-2400              15-15-15-39
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-2133              14-14-14-35
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-1866              13-12-12-30
AA-RCD-RP-RAS (cycles) as DDR4-1600              11-10-10-26

---=== Timing Parameters ===---
Minimum Cycle Time (tCKmin)                      0.833 ns
Maximum Cycle Time (tCKmax)                      1.600 ns
Minimum CAS Latency Time (tAA)                   12.500 ns
Minimum RAS to CAS Delay (tRCD)                  12.500 ns
Minimum Row Precharge Delay (tRP)                12.500 ns
Minimum Active to Precharge Delay (tRAS)         32.000 ns
Minimum Active to Auto-Refresh Delay (tRC)       44.500 ns
Minimum Recovery Delay (tRFC1)                   350.000 ns
Minimum Recovery Delay (tRFC2)                   260.000 ns
Minimum Recovery Delay (tRFC4)                   160.000 ns
Minimum Four Activate Window Delay (tFAW)        21.000 ns
Minimum Row Active to Row Active Delay (tRRD_S)  3.299 ns
Minimum Row Active to Row Active Delay (tRRD_L)  4.900 ns
Minimum CAS to CAS Delay (tCCD_L)                5.000 ns
Minimum Write Recovery Time (tWR)                15.000 ns
Minimum Write to Read Time (tWTR_S)              2.500 ns
Minimum Write to Read Time (tWTR_L)              7.500 ns

---=== Other Information ===---
Package Type                                     Monolithic
Maximum Activate Count                           Unlimited
Post Package Repair                              One row per bank group
Soft PPR                                         Not Supported
Module Nominal Voltage                           1.2 V
Thermal Sensor                                   No

---=== Physical Characteristics ===---
Module Height                                    32 mm
Module Thickness                                 2 mm front, 1 mm back
Module Reference Card                            A revision 1

---=== Manufacturer Data ===---
Module Manufacturer                              Undefined
Part Number                                      Undefined


Number of SDRAM DIMMs detected and decoded: 2

Try 60 ohm for ProcODT.
Check with warm reboot After set values and get black screen on warm boot, try one step lower ProcODT Value and cold boot.
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #6 on: 14-February-19, 09:27:56 »

I tested 60 and the machine became extremely unstable.    It spontaneously rebooted within 20 seconds of just being booted and logged in.    I tried another boot cycle and it crashed upon trying to boot...

I tried 68 and it seemed to be alright there.  


I put it back to auto for the time being......
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #7 on: 14-February-19, 10:36:18 »

I just flashed 7A38vM4 and what a nightmare.

Flashed from USB key as usual and at the end everything just went blank....monitors keyboard and power light on case....but power was still on, fans and HDs still spinning....

I waited another 5 minutes and nothing.    So pressing power button did nothing....great....pull power.....

Press power button and things spin and no lights anywhere....do this 4 or 5 times...

Finally pull battery, put jumper on for 5 minutes...nothing.....do it again for another 5 minutes....nothing

Finally pull battery put jumper and pull drives from SATA connections......and that does it....booting in BIOS safe mode.....I can get into the BIOS, and set all my settings. 

F10 to save my settings and reboot......

Power light is on and nobody home...no monitor, nothing...grrrrr

press power button does nothing....pull power

press power button....things turn on and spin but no lights and monitors.......this is getting old

pull power, wait.......press power button......


everything fires up!     I boot into Linux!  Woo hoo.....fsck required for all disks!    eeek 10TB of disks.....ok sit and wait for 5 minutes....

fsck is complete!    Woooo Hooo!      I am back.....

Sooooo I thought M4 BIOS would fix my problems.....I was wrong.......

Any suggestions?    I'm getting ready to swap parts.....   I've been building PCs for 20 years....I NEVER had any of these issues........
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #8 on: 14-February-19, 14:25:28 »

...but the thing is, is that once the machine is in Linux and running, it is quite stable.   Not 100% but it's come a long way.

I figured out that if I have any of my VirtualBox consoles up, that eventually the whole machine will become non-responsive and eventually halt.

I can transcode video for hours on end and it will be solid.

But warm reboots are about 25% successful and hard power ons are 50-60% successful.

Any thoughts on power supply issues maybe?   If so, you'd think I wouldn't stay up and running either....

Any thoughts on different RAM?

Any thoughts on different motherboard?
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #9 on: 14-February-19, 17:28:53 »

If warm boot fails, it need to set ProcODT one step higher or lower values.
I also have unstable RAM problem after changing power supply.

Some of voltage parameter need to be change but I don't know.
I think setting ProcODT is simple and fast.

If ProcODT don't work, try change CLDO VDDP setting.
Default CLDO VDDP value maybe 700. But I don't know about this value.
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #10 on: 14-February-19, 18:48:37 »

So on my board I can't find CLDO_VDDP only CPU VDDP.     Is this the same thing?
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #11 on: 14-February-19, 21:48:44 »

No, It's different.

Another way is change RAM primary timing. try 14-15-15-15-40(Tcl - 1 and Tras + 1).

In my case, unstable status appears after 80+ CWT oem power supply,
and I stablize by making even Tcl and one step higher ProcODT.
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #12 on: 16-February-19, 14:55:37 »

I left ProdODT on AUTO.\

I set the RAM timing as you recommended... Tcl -1 and Tras +1

Warm boot might be better....cold is still hit or miss.

Any thoughts on further tweaks?
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #13 on: 16-February-19, 17:28:14 »

Try ProcODT 48/53.3(may default)/60/68.6 and set VCore voltage 'Auto' to 'Offset Mode'. I guess ProcODT is better works on VCore Offset mode.
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #14 on: 19-February-19, 06:04:07 »

No VCore "offset mode" on this MSI board.

I've tried ProcODT at 68.6, 60, 53.3 and cold starts are horrible.

I'm testing 48 right now but it's looking to be the same.
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #15 on: 19-February-19, 06:56:43 »

update new bios bro
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #16 on: 19-February-19, 08:20:47 »

update new bios bro


I updated to the latest BIOS last week.   No change in stability.
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #17 on: 19-February-19, 20:15:06 »

No VCore "offset mode" on this MSI board.


Since 7A38vM3 bios updating date, it may was implemented every mainboards.

Another option is raise VSoC a little or Add +2 Tras on memory timing option.
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #18 on: 20-February-19, 06:46:44 »

Since 7A38vM3 bios updating date, it may was implemented every mainboards. Another option is raise VSoC a little or Add +2 Tras on memory timing option.


My apologies, I didn't see the "offset mode" as an option....you actually have to press enter on the voltage settings to see "offset mode" as an option.

I enabled offset mode and it gave me 2 offset parameters to set....I left them at "auto".    Thoughts?

Just as an FYI, I did power down the PC twice and it powered back on both times!   This has never happened before!

I will continue to test...
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #19 on: 20-February-19, 18:20:11 »

Other sub Core voltage parameter is Auto.

With lastest M4 BIOS, ProcODT is may good.
ProcODT back to Auto And Increase Trc+2(I say Tras+2 previous message, it's my fault, sorry).

And another option is 'Power saving mode' to disable, it make more stable sometimes.
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #20 on: 22-February-19, 10:10:40 »

Other sub Core voltage parameter is Auto. With lastest M4 BIOS, ProcODT is may good. ProcODT back to Auto And Increase Trc+2(I say Tras+2 previous message, it's my fault, sorry). And another option is 'Power saving mode' to disable, it make more stable sometimes.

ProcODT is auto
Trc+1 and then Trc+2

Then all DRAM timings +1


I still have cold power on problems.     75% of the time it won't power on and I need to pull the power cord and wait 30+ seconds before plugging back in and attempting a power on.

Warm reboots seem to be fine now....
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #21 on: 22-February-19, 18:30:55 »

Try changing memory DIMM slot.
If still problem exists, it may need technical support.
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #22 on: 01-March-19, 07:44:22 »

Try changing memory DIMM slot. If still problem exists, it may need technical support.

Swapped slots and cold boot problems still exist.

Thinking about getting a different brand of RAM to try....

Will have to wait for a bit before that can happen....I will report back...
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #23 on: 05-March-19, 17:54:49 »

It works on new RAM hopefully.
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #24 on: 15-March-19, 06:28:01 »

I purchased some new RAM.    Crucial Ballistix Sport  3200MHz     8GB x 2 = 16GB

The system does the same thing.    Cold boot success is 25-50%.       Other times it just hang, spinning the drives and no video and no power lights anywhere.....

MSI says to RMA the board but I'm thinking of taking a trip to my local (80 miles away) Micro Center and seeing what other board I can get....   I want to like this board....I do have a need for more SATA ports however...
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #25 on: 18-March-19, 20:58:52 »

CPU also make problem. I think the best way is checking cheap AM4 A320 board in micro center.
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Re: B450-VDH w/2400g Unstable
« Reply #26 on: 25-March-19, 12:30:01 »

Not sure what happened here but.....

I removed my CPU and cooler for the 3rd time.    I cleaned and replaced the thermal paste (again).     I reinstalled the CPU....and the machine has been stable so far.     

So far so good....
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