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EK Predator & Supremacy backplate issue Using the EK Predator or Supremacy rubber gasket causes the board not to turn on or become unstable. Shouldn't be an issue any more as it only affected the first batch of AM4 updated kits being sent out.
Voltage readings The readings from the Super I/O chip have an error of /- 22m V.
This means you might see for example DRAM Voltage reading 1.375V instead of the 1.400V set. If you measure the voltage with a DMM it's will be very close to 1.400V.
We have a workaround microcontroller firmware which always starts the system with 90 MHz REFCLK and 1.35V DRAM voltage which should help most systems to successfully boot from a full power off without issues.It will show the "Bios is updating" message which became synonymous with boards bricking, but don't worry, it will flash successfully this time.After the process is complete and you're booted into BIOS, you can revert to whatever previous BIOS was working well for you. Just make sure you're manually setting REFCLK (BCLK Frequency) 100 MHz or your preferred setting.The most accurate CPU Voltage reading will be from SVI2 TFN which is reporting the voltage the VRM controller is seeing.Additionally some will freak out because of seeing CPU Voltage up to 1.55V in BIOS and OS at default settings.