I am very tired after having this problem for months now, waiting for the possibility for a bios update to fix the issue but to no avail. I am posting this to see if anyone else is having a simular problem.
GPU: ASUS TUF RTX 4080 OC & ASUS DUAL GTX 1070 OC
CPU: AMD RYZEN 9 7900x
MOTHERBOARD: ASUS ROG STRIX X670E-E
BIOS Versions: A lot of them starting from 805 and ending up to 1004
RAM: G.SKILL TRIDENT Z5 RGB (2X16GB) DDR5 6000MHZ CL36 F5-6000J3636F16GX2-TZ5RS
PSU: CORSAIR HX1200i
OS: Windows 11 Pro
When I enable the XMP/DOCP profiles on my memory it essentially becomes a lottery if my computer will post or not and when it does it will either be absolutely fine booting into windows and any other activity but rebooting isn't an option because it will get stuck on q-code 46 and I have to force a shutdown in order to fix this. So only Cold Boots work with the DOCP profile enabled and that is if it will post at all.
I believe that the problem is either at the motherboard's side (Hardware or Software) or my CPU has a faulty memory controller. What's a bigger kick is that i can't test the cpu, RAM or motherboard properly on a different system since i don't have one.
Does anyone have an idea what is going on cause i am losing my mind over here? Should I return the parts that i think are faulty or is it a dead end?
Also i send a request to asus support about this issue. I will update if any solution has been found or i get a response from support.
Update 4/14/23: I have flashed BIOS back to 805 version. After some tweakings i get a post with DOCP2 with no problem running games also run a complete memtest overnight with no errors. But ofcourse i can't get a reboot cause once i do pc gets stuck at varying Q-Codes
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That is simply not true i couldn't even run them at 5200 stably and when i did again no problems on memtest for 12 hours straight and then on reboot same thing. 7200 mhz on zen 4 is way too high to begin with. This indicates a motherboard firmware/hardware related issue.
If you can't do 5200 stably then you've got a faulty mobo beyond that I confirmed it with Asus engineers 5200Mhz is the limit it may be that your non3D can't even do that but can confirm it works with the 7900x3D I wouldn't exactly rely on things like memtest considering memtest was never designed for future hardware only previous and existing hardware at the time every new generation has their own way of working and software is usually tailored to certain ways that may not take into account of new mechanics. I've been there and done that for 20+ years peoples reliance on 3rd party software rather than the manufactures guidelines usually fails them.
Well if you actually read the post you would see that I've already send back the motherboard and they said that it was indeed a motherboard problem. Also I wrote that on previous bioses I could run the profiles with absolutely no issue but I couldn't reboot. So what manufacturers guidelines are we talking about?