I’m trying to get more info to resolve random reboots while under load on Linux.
Background: While running Folding at Home (Full), on the GPU and CPU, the system reboots randomly.
I’m trying to see if I can get more info as to what the different options of Global C-State Control actually do and what registers are set.
Currently, if Global C-State is set to Auto (which I assume means Enabled, BIOS doesn’t say) the system reboots.
I’m currently testing with Global C-State set to Disabled to see if the system reboots.
However, I’ve never reverse engineered BIOS before, so I’m asking here. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
BIOS Version: L2.05 (happened with 1.90 as well).
Settings are all stock, other than Global C-State, which is currently set to Disabled for testing.
BIOS is available at the ASRock (note the space) https:// download.asrock.com/BIOS/AM4/B550%20Taichi(L2.05)ROM.zip (Beta BIOS - L2.05)
ASRock B550 Taichi
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X
Kingston HyperX @ 3600 MHz
nVidia RTX 2060 Super
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Dieter (alias Fernando)
I’ll try that.