01-05-2023 02:57 PM
01-05-2023 02:58 PM
01-05-2023 05:30 PM
01-06-2023 01:37 AM
I'd say CPU but it could be motherboard. I would remove the CPU and inspect the pins. Bent? Missing?
01-07-2023 11:06 AM
01-09-2023 02:27 PM
I too gets the Qcode 00 while gaming on the x670E Hero after 4hrs+ or so, all components tested ok, CPU, RAM, Video, power and thermal. Seems Qcode 00 feels like a BIOS crash, seems unlikely but there it is.
01-10-2023 06:47 AM
01-10-2023 01:07 PM
code 00 is def cpu related. as others have suggested remove the cpu check the pins on the board and clean the contacts on the bottom of the cpu.
I think this is ALL bios related. I’ve just built mine with a ryzen 7950, 4 sticks of Corsair ram, 3 ssds and a 4090. The first thing I did, foolishly, was update the bios and even though when I first booted up to the bios it all worked, once updating to 1415, I could only get it to post if I removed all the ram except 1 stick in a2. Then after a restart I could put the ram back in and it worked once, then went to error 00.
so just before taking it back to the shop I decided to change to the second bios, which is 705. This bios just works and I can boot the machine with all 128gb of ram just fine.
if I followed all the advice here I’d have reset the cpu or exchanged it or something but really the problem is completely down to the latest bios being fundamentally broken.
Update. After being on for an hour and a half I decided to try and reboot and now the machine won’t post with either bios. I’m taking it back tomorrow and I’m going to be changing to a different brand.