Apparently, it's really about the voltage. They've changed something.
EZ-mode is taking over. Although I don't envy compatibility developers having to work with MS OS and/or Ryzen power profiles 蘿
Interesting to know you still had these issues after removing 50% of the RAM. I was thinking the DIMM controller caused the problem, but perhaps not?
Hehe, as natural problem solvers, I think we must be careful not fall into this particular rabbit-ho...
Looks like we're all using 4x8Gb sticks.
I run 2 kits of 16Gb; technically a mix. I use this PC for music and keep lots of samples in memory, although realistically 16Gb was probably sufficient. They were verrry cheap at the time
Using the 4602 BIO...
similar experience for me on a tuf-x570-plus wifi
undervolting happily on a 3600 (~1.25v), updated BIOS from 4602 to 4802. PC would not start.
it wanted to default to 1.456v for the vcore, and now will not boot into W11 running lower than 1.35v.