Ehh.... ebay it and buy something else.
Yeah, I think that's what I'll do. Thanks for the advice.
Long sad story.....
Ha! I ran into this thread months ago, peak in every now and again hoping I'll see the problem resolved for others, and always wanna post about not having problems with my board but never do. I have rev 1.0, purchased in Oct 2019, and have never once had the any issues with my board.I wish I had never seen this thread. I love my aorus master. I have rev1.2 for about 2 months now, I shut it down ever day before bed, and have not had this problem, yet! I'm still in the extended return period, so I wonder if I should send it back. But it's basically the perfect motherboard with all the features I need. Spending an extra 100-200 for the Hero is going to suck.
You mean that without a case it was alwas working for you? I think I read here a theory about the case being a problem with this mb? Not sure, anyway, I know is not the perfect solution but if you are tired of dealing with removing the battery, you can use sleep instead of shutdown, at least until you buy another mb or whatever you choose to do. Good luck.Happened again at home, it was fine on test build, put it in the case and nothing. Every time I send it in they say it's fine.
No, sorry to give that impression, not exactly what I meant to imply. Just that they would send it, it would be okay there according to them, and at home nothing. Then I sent it again and they said the same thing, then I tried it at home and it lit in the test build, and I thought finally it was okay, but no, same problem again when I put it back in the case. I actually suspect had I turned it off, then tried to turn it on again on the bench, it still wouldn't have lit. It only ever worked for me that one time after getting it back from RMA, and I was seriously hopeful after it. I actually did have it working fine for almost two months in the case, so I don't believe it's the case to blame at all, and having read several reddit threads today on the Auros Master having it just not turn on for no reason, I don't think it's the case causing the issue, any more than it was the fact I was playing Skyrim when it first happened being the issue. But damned if I'm not pissed at Skyrim too.You mean that without a case it was alwas working for you? I think I read here a theory about the case being a problem with this mb? Not sure, anyway, I know is not the perfect solution but if you are tired of dealing with removing the battery, you can use sleep instead of shutdown, at least until you buy another mb or whatever you choose to do. Good luck.
that's sound advice, maybe target practice might be a good way to get rid of some of my frustration with it.If I was in that situation, (and have been with other tech products) I would take it out to the dumpster and be done with it.
Yeah I'd be careful with that, can be the PSU, but if he hasn't allowed the PSU to sit for a while or tried to drain it via power button (holding it down) OCP might stay on if has been triggered.James from DCOMP Windsor has rang me
He could not get X570 Master booted with battery fix in my tower
He is confident it is the PSU ( Revolt Pro 1000w ) under warranty @ PCCG so no loss toes and fingers crossed
So I got him to throw in a Corsair 850w Gold then he is going to run multi shutdowns over a week
He is still to test the X570 Pro Wifi
Anyone else in here finding the same?2008scape1 Ryzen 9 5950x | RTX 30803 points·4 hours ago
Good news (for you if you're interested, and anybody who stumbles on this thread in the future)! The latest bios, f31o released on 12/3, fixed my issues completely. I think i was using f31h before.
Now enabling XMP is all I have to do to get my memory up to speed - no manually adjusting voltages or timings.
I suspect it's related to flea power of some kind; with shipping time, all that drains. Makes me wonder if unplugging, draining flea power, and letting it sit for a day or two - it would boot right back up. If so, that's why it doesn't show up on an RMA...Sucks to hear. For my new build I bought a B550i Aorus Pro AX (mini-ITX). Not many solid choices for mini-ITX and this board was priced so well that it was a no-brainer to go with this one. I ran a search on this thread for it to see if anyone else here reported this issue on that board, and it seems not. Hope this board isn't affected like some other Gigabyte boards.
Too bad about hearing of Gigabyte simply sending the RMA'd units back saying everything works fine for them when they test. How can you explain that?!
Can you share why you recommend disabling sleep/hibernate?Hey everybody, I have been following this thread loosely since March, and have posted a few times. As most of us realize, GB has told us to pound sand (don't bother RMA'ing) and unless you have a retailer warranty (Amazon sucks) you are likely stuck with this board. I have gone through the multiple stages of grief with this board and have succumbed to just living with this temporary inconvenience. To help mitigate the amount of time I have to spend pulling the BIOS battery, I vertically mounted my GPU to increase clearance between the board and the GPU and wired a quick disconnect button on my BIOS battery so all I have to do is kill my power at the PSU, wait 10 seconds, press and hold my quick disconnect button which simulates the battery being removed for like 10 seconds, and then turn everything back on, load my BIOS preset (which some how doesn't get wiped) and I am back up and running in about a minute of inconvenience. This problem only occurs once a month MAYBE, and I run my PC 16 hours a day, every day.
Aside from gutting my entire PC and doing a Ryzen 9 build over my Ryzen 7 this solution has offered me the least amount of pain. For reference, I am still on the stock default BIOS from when I got this board in January of 2020, and am running stock bios settings aside from XMP, and disabling hyper threading. As suggested earlier, there seems to be an inherent flaw in the boards design and no amount of BIOS, VESA DP cables, or Windows power settings (but you should still disable sleep/hibernate for other reasons) are going to fix this.
Solid theory. Sounds very plausible!I suspect it's related to flea power of some kind; with shipping time, all that drains. Makes me wonder if unplugging, draining flea power, and letting it sit for a day or two - it would boot right back up. If so, that's why it doesn't show up on an RMA...
https://hardforum.com/threads/gigab...on-temporary-solution.1993194/post-1044725400 I got the idea from this post. I insulated the battery and connected it to a momentary switchCan you share why you recommend disabling sleep/hibernate?
I'm also sure some of us may appreciate if you shared this "kill switch" install instructions for others to take advantage of!
Solid theory. Sounds very plausible!
I am using a B550 Aorus Pro AC when my X570 is in RMA (half the time now !).Has anyone experienced these issues on a B550 Aorus Pro AC?
Does the issue still happen with CPU C-states disabled? And/or with ErP disabled?
I see many people saying removing and reinstalling the CMOS battery fixes it. Does it happen again after doing that? After how much time? How often does this happen in general?
Some people seem to think the CMOS battery is being drained but if that was the case then removing and adding the same battery back shouldn't have fixed it, no? It would require changing the battery in that case.
I have similar feelings, but the new bios changed the rules of the game a bitimpossible to know.... the issue here wil appear randomly, so today everything ok, tomorrow misery........
Nice. The B550 Aorus Pro AC is one of the board that is still available on Amazon right now. I was really considering that for my next 5600x build. Decided to try an Amazon warehouse Asus B550-F, let's see how it goes. Hopefully I won't regret trying a Warehouse deal on a board...I am using a B550 Aorus Pro AC when my X570 is in RMA (half the time now !).
It works very solid with a 3800x and RTX3090.
It happens to every supplier to have some bad batch. Unfortunate when we get one. Biggest issue for Canadian people is that we must wait several monthes to have a RMA so, when one fails, no other choice than to buy another card waiting 2 to 6 monthes for the RMA to come back.