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Asus Strix Z590-F Whea "Event 1"

Jane_Doe
Level 7
I advised by STARRAIN@ROG to make a new thread.

So, my problem is related to Whea 1 error in event viewer. First time error occur 1 month ago when I build up new computer in my signature. I need to say that I'm not overclocker and my bios is almost all on auto. Only changes I made was related to manual memory timings and voltages. Using lvl 4 in vrm section, and auto voltage on cpu/cache. Using intel default specification with limit all core to 46. Then I tried to unlock ring dawn bin and then whea appear, and system had a difficulty to boot up. I have had 1 freeze and couple whea 1 errors only on boot up system. Only fix I found was reset bios to system default, and then manual edit my parameters. I was saved about 1 month without any whea and system was super stable. many games sometime 8 hours per day, video editing...

Problem occur again yesterday when i switch my new gpu RTX 3050. I forgot to change bios to default before switching and maybe that was cause a problem. Same problem I wrote and same fix. So after I reset bios to default and edit my parameters no whea. Yesterday when problem appear I flash new bios for my mobo, so will see in next days if problem back or not. For now no whea on boot up, no freeze...

This problem is similar with @Nosyok problem in this thread https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?126698-ROG-Strix-z690A-Gaming-WiFi-WHEa-17-Errors/page4
In my bios PCI Express Native Power Management is disabled by default. Resize Bar was disable too....
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STARRAIN_ROG
Customer Service Agent
Hi Jane Doe,
Do you mean cannot boot into win10?
How did you boot up successfully and then check the event viewer for whea 1?
If it occurs again after manual edit the parameters in bios, please check it it also occurs on bios all default settings.
Thank you.

Jane_Doe
Level 7
Sorry, english is not my first language, and I probably didn't express myself in the right way. When problem occur I can log into windows, so I can see error in event viewer. That can be just a error or freeze screen. Screen freeze require force restart. So, if i use asus optimal default in bios, that error disappear.
Last time when error was happen I reverted bios to optimal default and manual configure. For now no errors, no whea and no instability. So, maybe a bios is fragile if we switch CPU, GPU...add memory, change HDD... Maybe bios require optimal defaults when we change hardware, and last time I forgot to do that, maybe that trigger whea error.
Like i said everything is ok for now, and I will keep to follow if happen again.

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STARRAIN_ROG
Customer Service Agent
Hi Jane Doe,
Thank you for your reply.
I'm glad to hear everything is ok.