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B650E-F Gaming WIFI - My Bluetooth, WIFI, USB Connections keeps shutting down.

keatz
Level 7

Hello there. So i built a new pc system here a few weeks ago, and i have had problems with it since the beginning. I will try explain it here as good as i can, when i boot up my pc everything will work out correctly as it should or the pc will start without Bluetooth, WIFI and USB connections for my front panel on the pc and even my AIO cooling which is a NZXT kraken Elite 360 wont have any connection to its CAM software, it just says No NZXT devices were found.

Those times where everything works out correctly when i boot up and all devices are found then i can usually do some web browsing for like 20-60 min and then suddenly Bluetooth, WIFI, USB will switch off on the same time and i can´t get it to work anymore and also if i try play any of my games there will go around 5-10 min and everything will switch off again and i have to reboot my pc until i get lucky and it works. 

My pc got the latest BIOS update on it and all the latest drivers from Asus website. I have tryed so to solve this by myself with having BIOS in default mode and also Expo mode but it does not matter what mode its in, it will be exactly the same. Also tryed to delete Chipset driver and install some of the older versions.

I will put my pc specs here and my ram is on the QVL list.

CPU:  AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D

GPU:  Asus Proart Geforce RTX 4080 Super OC

Motherboard: Asus rog strix B650E-F Gaming WIFI

RAM: 2x16 GB RAM G.Skill F5-6400J3239G16G DDR5 6400 MHz

Storage: 1x Samsung SSD 970 EVO 1TB. 1x Samsung SSD 970 EVO 500GB.

Cooling. NZXT Kraken Elite 360

i would really appreciate some help here since i dont know what to do anymore.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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aimankmrzmn
Level 7

been using this mobo also . i just have problem with the wifi driver . i always get 4bars on wifi . last time i use intel no problem . maybe this amd problem . i think u should rma the board.

Xo
Level 8

Try disabling the PCIE ASPM settings in the bios. There should be two fields.