I tried all that in the last month and a half, even with no errors or corruption and also no memory errors in tests, i was getting 2-4 BSODs per day on idle. Switching to Ryzen Balanced plan stopped them, maybe staying at 2133 RAM also helped, now i'm back to 3200 CL14 with manual timings.
How much stuff from the Ryzen Calculator do you guys put it except the timings, SOC + VDDP + VDDG + PLL voltages, command rate, power down, gear down and procODT? Do you have to also set the RTT and CAD_BUS stuff?
In 3Dmark, it seems all core 4400 is stable (well doesn't crash, i'm sure prime95 or cinebench would) at 1.4v, that's pretty good although not for regular use of course.
I guess you're kidding. Even in the 3000 series, this bios is problematic
I had those problems like both of you, and as I sad before I returned that 3600 and bought another one from different shop. Now my PC is rock stable.
Also as I said before new BIOS also came (7403), maybe it is the new BIOS that fixed it(i tried all the previous ones that support zen2)...
I feel for both of you, because this many BSOD s and instability were very very frustrating.
Try sfc /scannow in elevated CMD. That'll fix windows corruptions.
You, guys, really should open the tickets at Asus CS for all your issues. If you are not doing this, they are not even aware that something is wrong. I know that many of you not hesitating to do that, but if you don't, then you really should.
Are you running the Windows balanced power plan or Ryzen balanced?
My BSODs seem to have stopped after either running chkdsk /scan and chkdsk /F bacause i had some errors or switching to Ryzen balanced plan and not lowering minimum processor state from 99%.
I had been sent back my CPU to AMD Authorized Distributors in my country
The engineer contacted me
They found the CPU has some problem
They would change a new CPU for me
I had received a new CPU last week
Everything works fine after the new CPU is installed on the computer
There is no longer a random BSoD problem
Thank you all, you guys:D
I'm also happy to report i've been without a BSOD for 12 days now (last 3 days of 3600X and now 9 days of 3700X).
I did a chkdsk that fixed some errors, then uninstalled chipset drivers with Revo Uninstaller, reinstalled and switched to Ryzen Balanced Plan (and not Windows Balanced plan with 5% minimum processor state that i used all the time before). Also used very loose 3200 CL14 timings from DRAM Calculator, but also set the termination block and CAD_BUS block ohm values manually, which i never did before.
Looking forward to AGESA 220.127.116.11 improvements coming in November, although i wonder how many of those "100" will come down to X470. Maybe AutoOC will now really get +200mhz but at own risk and warranty void or something.
Guess what guys, after a month and a half of being freeze/crash-free on 2801, i updated to 2901 for some reason, set everything up like before and guess what had 2 freezes and a BSOD in the last 3 hours. I didn't uninstall chipset drivers or load up defaults and boot with them first, so it might be that or something's changed in 2901, for the worse.
EDIT: used Revo uninstaller to remove and reinstall chipset drivers, also raised SOC voltage from 975 to 1025 and VDDP from 700 to 900 and it's all good again.
The same here. Several freezes per day and reboots. Why they even release it if people waiting for 1004? They just wasted the time and released another broken BIOS.