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1. Google is your friend
https://www.anandtech.com/show/15121/the-amd-trx40-motherboard-overview-
"It turns out that AMD did not include any onboard passthough audio in the chipet. That means that all the motherboard vendors that are using a Realtek HD audio codec for the rear audio have had to include the ALC4050H audio codec to bridge the USB to the I2S. The Realtek ALC4050H is used to integrate a bridge between the chipset and USB 2.0 to give the Realtek ALC1220 all the necessary connectivity to the onboard audio. Most of the boards in the stack use the ALC4050H codec to power the 3.5 mm microphone input on the rear panel, as well as the front panel audio as not to waste its capability.".
It's a chip.
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Motherboards with AMD processors / Turn off USB power supply
« Last post by Neumi on Yesterday at 06:22:42 am »
Hi
I am using a Aorus X570 ultra and wanted to ask if it is possible to cut power to the USB ports (or at least one) if the computer is turned off.
I am using a Master/Slave power plug solution and it uses a USB cable to detect if the computer at Master is turned on and will decide this way, if monitor and speakers get power or not.

However it always detects the PC as "on", also some devices I connected to the PC (Tandberg RDX, mouse) keep getting power from the PC.

I didn't find an option to turn this off.

Is there any?
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Motherboards with Intel processors / GA-Z68XP-UD3P (rev. 1.0) and latest Graphic Cards
« Last post by riggie on February 27, 2020, 09:46:24 pm »
Hi Everyone,
My Gigabyte R9 270 Graphics Card has stopped working,  and I have been looking for a replacement, such as Gigabyte Radeon™ RX 570 GAMING 8G. These RX cards have UEFI bios so does that mean they will not work with the current Bios which is version F7?
And if I have to update the Bios to UEFI version,  which Bios utility do I use?




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Motherboards with AMD processors / Re: GA-MA785GM-US2H cannot access bios
« Last post by shadowsports on February 27, 2020, 04:38:26 am »
I have the exact same board and processor and I also cannot get into the BIOS to make any changes.  But the computer does boot normally, in fact the only way to prevent it from booting is to disconnect the hard drive.  On starting the computer it POSTs normally except for ignoring the DEL button.  This process happens so quickly that I think that maybe a slower processor might give me enough time for the DEL button to work.  Not a very good solution even if it works.

Greetings,
If you are using a wireless keyboard, try with a wired version.

What OS are you using?

If windows 10, you can tell it to restart and enter BIOS

Settings > Update and Security > Recovery > Advanced Start Up > Press restart now button

Not using W10, try CLR_CMOS

There are some other options, but try these first.
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Motherboards with AMD processors / Re: GA-MA785GM-US2H cannot access bios
« Last post by ronal on February 26, 2020, 05:53:34 pm »
I have the exact same board and processor and I also cannot get into the BIOS to make any changes.  But the computer does boot normally, in fact the only way to prevent it from booting is to disconnect the hard drive.  On starting the computer it POSTs normally except for ignoring the DEL button.  This process happens so quickly that I think that maybe a slower processor might give me enough time for the DEL button to work.  Not a very good solution even if it works.
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Fred & Shadowsports,
Thank you very much for your help with this. Unfortunately I have run out of time on this problem. I was setting this up for a non techie friend as a way to give hime some limited backup in case of a disk failure. So I shall use some sort of backup application - probably the native Win 10 backup. I think Fred was probably correct in that it is something to do with the drivers - installing the latest Raid setup driver from the Gigabit site threw up an error. Anyway - I can no longer fiddle around with this. Apologies for wasting your time.
Roy
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Hi, This is a new build.

Novatech Barebones Bundle
  Motherboard - B450M DS3H - BIOS F50
  CPU - AMD Ryzen 5 3400G 3.7Ghz
  Memory - 2x4GB DDR4 2400MHz Samsung M378A5244CB0-CTD
  PSU - Gigabyte B700H
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System Drive C: Kingston A2000 250GB NVME M.2
HDD - 2x Seagate Baracuda 1T Seagate ST31000528AS
Windows 10 64bit - Drivers updated from Gigabyte website

I have followed the instruction in the User Guide and have created a Raid 1 array.

I was expecting the array to show up in the Windows 10 Drive Management window. But it's doesn't.

Am I missing something? See screenshots at the link below.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/JdW2BXwYZ7PY5AG98

Thanks,
Roy

Greetings Roy,
Looking into this.

First step: Windows
Disk Management > Action menu > Rescan Disks (Result?)

If nothing proceed:

Please fill in these blanks.

Was the Kingston A2000 system drive installed UEFI? "UEFI:Windows Install Media" (example)

Did you format it GPT during windows install (shift+F10) or use MBR?

What method for RAID are you using?  Standard RST, EZ RAID etc?

In BIOS, what are the settings under Peripherals > SATA and RST Configuration > SATA Mode : "Intel RST.." or AHCI

BIOS (Array):
Please verify the disk members appear correctly under Peripherals > View Associated Physical Disks
One should appear master, the other marked mirror

Troubleshooting:
Once Confirmed, change CSM to enabled and Storage Boot Option Control to Legacy.  Now enable the Legacy Option ROM.

Save Bios F10 and restart.  Return to Disk Management and Rescan Disk subsystem.

Not clear, but it looks like a BIOS setting and formatting might be the cause.  The above should help you determine. 
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Graphic cards / Re: Bios for a rx550 d5 2g rev1.1
« Last post by zuban on February 23, 2020, 09:33:18 am »
They won’t give me one for some reason. No idea why they give out bios files for motherboards but not gfx cards.
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Motherboards with AMD processors / Re: TRX40 Master VRM / MOS fan noise
« Last post by shadowsports on February 23, 2020, 01:46:16 am »
Thanks Fred155,
The TRX40 is a good platform, no denying that.  I've just had one too many fans fail or go south to be comfortable with a design that relies on this type of cooling.  If you are not pushing the CPU and memory, the passive heatsink might do the job. These boards aren't exactly inexpensive, so you'll have to decide what your next steps will be.  Fix or wait and see.
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Hi RzB,

Can you see if the raid driver is happily installed?
I'm guessing you should be able to see this under computer management.

If everything is happy in the bios, then my first guess is a driver related issue, because if the hardware is fine, and the drivers are happy, then I think it's likely you would see the raid array presented in disk management as you've suggested.

Another option for checking which drivers are loaded, is using Microsoft Sysinternals Process Explorer (free download from Microsoft).
Under the "System" process, check for loaded libraries, which appear as *.sys files.
Grab the list of gigabyte drivers and post back.
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