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crosshair X670E Hero - 7950X QC code rotate in windows

jnormen
Level 9
hi,

Is it normal with new mother board and AMD processor to have the QC code rotate all the time in windows?
It rotate between: 58 and 60 mostly. Some times other numbers.

There is no error in logs.

And there is one USB problem I can't fix.
USB Connector Managers
- UCM-UCSI ACPI Device

(WIn 11, g-skill CL30 6000 MhZ EXPO mem)
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Murph_9000
Level 14
That's probably your CPU temperature. There's a BIOS setting to enable/disable that mode on the X570 boards, I'd guess X670 has it as well. When enabled, you get Q codes during POST, then CPU temperature when the OS takes over from BIOS.

Murph_9000 wrote:
That's probably your CPU temperature. There's a BIOS setting to enable/disable that mode on the X570 boards, I'd guess X670 has it as well. When enabled, you get Q codes during POST, then CPU temperature when the OS takes over from BIOS.


ok, that can make sense. 🙂 Ty shall check it out...