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JodyFX

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  1. Update: Disabeling LAN, Audio, WiFi etc. in the bios did not help. I will go back to the previous bios version, after that I am out of ideas
  2. Ok, thanks for the clarification - that makes sense! I could at least go back to v1.4 of the bios - I observed the issues with the last beta bios and they are also present in the newest non-beta release. Honestly, did not benchmark the drive with any of the older bios versions. AMD chipset drivers are up to date (released a few days ago) directly from AMD. I will check whether disabeling LAN, Audio etc. in the bios leads to any improvement.
  3. After the last bios update I started with optimized settings with no results. But except for setting an XMP profile and the curve editor I did not tinker with the bios. At least with nothing that should influence the PCIe lane config of the chipset (?). Looking at HWinfo, WiFi, Ethernet, USB, SATA controller, Samsung NVME controller. The AMD Audio controller is also listed here - currently as PCIe 4.0 x16
  4. Hi thanks for your reply. I have no SATA drive and currently only mouse, keyboard and headset via usb connected. I am also running a Corsair Fan Hub and my AiO, each using one USB header on the board. Nothing unusual... To be honest, I thought these limitations are not present on x570 boards. Judging from the MSI manual, nothing should interfere with the m2_2 slot.
  5. Hi all, I am currently struggeling with my nvme drive that is only running at roughly 1/4 of the advertised speed (970 evo) when using the m2_2 slot on my board. It works perfectly fine in the slot that is assigned to the cpu (m2_1). Upgrading the bios (most recent version 1.5) or AMDs new chipset driver did not help, nor did a windows reinstallation or Samsungs NVME driver. After checking HWinfo I noticed that the NVME controller is correctly showing PCIe 3.0 x4 with 8.0 GT/s as current link speed. However, this is not the case for the corresponding PCIe
  6. Hi guys, I know there are several topics regarding x570 and NVMe issues; however, my problem is quite odd and I could not find a solution so far: I am using a X570 Tomahawk Wifi and have the 970 evo installed in slot M2_2 (below the gpu). Both slots should technically support up to PCIe 4.0 x4, however, my read and write speed on the drive are abysmal with 835 Mb/s and 838 Mb/s, respectively (tested in Samsung Magician and CrystalDisk). So, far off of what should be possible. However, all tools tell me that the drive is running as intended with PCIe 3.0 x4 (CrystalDisk, HWinfo, S
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