Would not surprise me that stability issues are result of not tuning vrm's properly and just leaving people with broken motherboards that slowly degrades cpu's you cant really hide that as soon as they start pulling bios updates again they will be caught again, altho the burning cpu issue was not exclusively an Asus issue tho the way they dealt with it was really bad which was the issue.
So hopefully i can update to 1.2.0.A soon on my X570-E gaming wifi v1
Do you believe that things like this could degrade the memory controller of a CPU or more to do with the mobo itself?
My issue is that I have the X570-E Gaming mobo matched with a 5800X and G.Skill CL16 (tight DOCP timings) and I was experiencing random reboots during gaming, I then left everything stock memory timings and still experienced random rebooting.
I then installed a 5600X, turned on DOCP and been running this for quite a few months now and no issues since.
The odd thing is, I installed the 5800X into another PC that has looser DOCP memory timings with an Asus Prime B550M-Wifi and it has not experienced any crashes or reboots.
I also changed PSU's in that time too because I thought it was power delivery at first.
I was thinking of upgrading to a 5900X but I'm a little cautious in doing this because I dont know if its the mobo and it may not be able to handle the 5900X especially not being able to handle the 5800X but works fine with the 5600X.
Asus i hope you are aware there is also a X570-E gaming wifi v1 not just a v2 seems to be taking quite long, in before post deleted due censorship or shadowban