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x670e-e motherboard help BIOS 1416

mundoanime95xyz
Level 7
ADATAAX5U6000C4016G-DCCARGY16GBXMP60006000SSSK Hynix40-40-40-761.351,2

DUAL CHANNEL A2 B2 16GB X2 32GB IMG_20230514_203742.jpg

ROG STRIX X670E-E GAMING WIFI BIOS 1416

Versión 1416
9.21 MB 2023/05/16

"1. Update AGESA version to Combo AM5 PI 1.0.0.7.a
2. Support 48/24GB high-density DDR5 memory module.
3. Memory QVL amended to account for AMD 1.3V SoC voltage limit.
4. EXPO/XMP prompt notice removed.

 

the system has posted in safe mode . this may be due to the previous post attempt failing because of system instability, or if the power button was held in to force the system off. if the system failed to post after you made changes to uefi settings, you may wish to revert to stable settings to prevent post failure.

Everything was going well until I updated the most recent BIOS, every time I activate the docp I save the configuration and reboot this message appears, it only happens when I activate the docp previously I could put it at 5200mhz or 6000mz, now it's chaos, I go back to the version where everything was perfect but I can't get it to work, I just disable docp and go back to the base version of my ddr5 4800mhz, I need your help, I already did the bios cleaning, I changed the motherboard battery, factory reset

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Goose3080
Level 9

Have you tried manually entering timings, speed and voltage rather than trying DCOP ?

Could you tell me what the correct voltage would be manually and where I would put it?

Jiaszzz_ROG
Customer Service Agent

Hello, @mundoanime95xyz 

Based on the images you provided, it appears that you are using BIOS version 1410.
Could you please provide images of the BIOS main page and the DOCP settings page when updated to BIOS version 1416, as well as the brand and model of the graphics card you are currently using?
When encountering the "Posted in Safe Mode" message that requires returning to the BIOS to adjust settings, aside from enabling DOCP, are there any other settings that need to be configured? 
Does it fail to enter the system every time DOCP is turned on? Or occasionally?

Thank you.

Due to the ongoing regional holidays, my responses may be slightly delayed.
Thank you in advance for your patience.‌‌‌‌ 🙂