I had a 7950X3D for almost 2 weeks, I traded it in for a vanilla 7950X and saved $300 (US) with a MB combo plus I got a game.
Why trade in, baring the savings alone?
I am a 4K gamer and saw absolutely no performance gain.
The drivers are complex and I am concerned about long term maintenance /...
pitingres I am not sure I will give it a try.
BIG potential breakthrough!
Now I am convinced it is a USB related issue:
Happened again this AM, if I disconnected USB KB&M I could power up. So clearly there is a connection to USB.
But, once windows 11 started, after a minute or so the system...
Dang it just happened again. It is as if, the system goes into a sleep mode but cannot wake up. There may be an association with 5v dependent I/O.
I have multiple turn off PSU then try to restart , did not work
The cleared BIOS (even after clearing BIOS) would not restart.
Unplugged a USB...
AX1600i new last year.
Zepher yes the BIOS is current
The more I think about it, I suspect it is some sort of BIOS issue with the shutdown sequence. I sounds like it is very uncommon so I might have to just live with it for now.
cpufrost thanks for the reply
I have tried it with a plain "old school" Microsoft mouse and keyboard. It behaved the same. You reminded me of one other symptom. Once the system begins to boot I cannot access the BIOS immediately. It takes a few tries, the USB does not recognize the USB...
I have a Aorus X570S Master that from time to time fails to post.
The failed shutdown is identifiable because the Corsair RAM LEDS remain lit. Pressing the onboard power button or the regular case button will not start the machine when it is in the state.
There are no POST Codes, the Post cod...
Unfortunately, I spoke too soon. The problem is still there just less frequent. There is clearly something wrong with the BIOS sub-system and Gigabyte has not responded to my ticket. I guess my options are to use it and risk one day a complete failure or spend yet more money and purchase a...
Thank you this was very helpful, sometimes I can't see the forest due to the trees.
Turns out setting the bios selector switch to "main only" solved the problem.
Both bios's are F36e
It was always defaulting to the second bios, now it is on bios one.
Looks like there is something wonky in the...
I have an Aorus x570 Master ver 1.2, bought 3rd qtr 2021. No overclock standard settings
BIOS: F36e, current as of posting
Memory: is QVL - CMW32GX4M2D3600C 64 gb, set to profile 1 for 3600. This has recently been installed to replace some g-skill memory that failed.