I cannot use the Curve Optimizer with this one without suffering random reboots, particularly while testing for RAM stability. I'm talking about both, Curve Optimizer and RAM settings that I have previously tested as stable in the past.
So, at least for the time being, I'm just using ordinary PBO while I keep conducting stability and reliability tests.
Just tried 3202 and it still won't boot with DOCP. Setting SoC voltage manually to 1.025V like I did with 3102 and its fine again with DOCP. Wonder what they changed from 3003 that caused this to stop working?
Jackalito wrote: AGESA 22.214.171.124 is a no-go for my system.
I cannot use Curve Optimizer with 3201, and even without it and after having flashed 3202, this is what I get while just browsing the web:
So, back to 3102 for me for the time being.
This new AGESA version is definitely also not really working for me. Already had a page fault issue and a WHEA. Sleep/wake is also not great, although that has been an issue since the very beginning of getting my 5950x.
3202 with AGESA 126.96.36.199 also caused audio problems for me on the C8HW with my 3090 Strix. Running Dolby Atmos over HDMI causes audio drop-outs. If I switched to 5.1 or 7.1, I get really bad static. I had to flash back to 3102 since that's the last BIOS I can run without issues. For reference, I'm running a 3900X at stock clocks.
I did notice my hard crashes disappeared once I upgraded my PSU from an older Seasonic 860w (SS860XP2) to the Be Quiet Dark Power 11 Pro 1200W, but those started with the latest beta releases.
Weird that it crashes for you, to me both BIOS 3201 and 3202 work without issues. I have a C8F with a 5900X, pbo curve is all core negative 30 and 0mhz auto-oc, RAM is at 3800/1900, and besides the PBO and ram all the rest of BIOS is at default. I even got a small performance increase from 3202.