Will it happen again?
What is the most stable BIOS version for my 1800X and my memories?
(1) Your system is old enough now to require a bios battery change. If this happens again, replace the bios battery.
Oh, I had not thought of it. Thank you
(2) The latest BIOS is always best bios to be running, unless specifically noted otherwise.
Oh, I had not thought of it. Thank you.
Also, the BIOS 6401 not losing performance due to loss of a feature?
Thanks for everything again. Excuse my English.
Extreme just has all phases active at all times. For memory, not a big deal. For CPU, it makes a decent bit of extra heat. If you have any airflow, you should be fine, but you'd have to look at your VRM temps for your use case.
If you think it's shutting off due to over current, try raising the DRAM current capability, but at 1.35v I can't really see that. You can always try it though. I run mine at 130% on a Crosshair VII. 1.4v boot, 1.4v running. 130%/Extreme, 4x8GB gskill 3200c14@3600c16, manual SoC voltage 1.05, but always reads low in software/BIOS. I also have a profile at 3600-14-15-14-14-28-42-160nsRFC @1.5v and I've never had an overcurrent shutdown, so 1.35 seems unlikely to do it. 1.5v is nothing to sneeze at, but it's not obscene for daily. It's Karhu 30,000% stable, never higher than 41c/stick in software, but I run a monoblock and a memory waterblock because lolynot.
Extreme on SoC shouldn't be a big deal unless your voltage and LLC is set high. Extreme phase control and high/tight LLC on CPU is unnecessary unless you're going ham on an all core OC on the higher core count chips. That's IMO.
With BIOS 7803 now the MB refueses to boot if CSM is disabled, stuck at q-code 3b and CPU red led. To solve a clear CMOS must be performed and CSM must remain enabled.
It looks AMD will provide a code where manufacturers are able to choose what CPUs to support on what board. I really hope we get support only for the 4 CPUs they have announced (5600x-5800X-5900X-5950X). I think these will be enough for all Asus Crosshair owners with X370 chip.
i've read that some manufactures are suporting Ryzen 5000 series on their x370 line up
i wouldn't expect less from Asus. That's why i always choose asus for mainboard since early 2000.