i cheched the bin file with HexEditor.how do i find out which version of old bios to mod?
UPD also after i tried to downgrade bios via IPMI now it does not show bios version at all.. Did i killed it somehow?
good news.Ok i tried to search NaplesPi string with hexeditor and for even oldest version 1.10 i see NaplesPI-SP3 188.8.131.52. Meaning i'm out of luck with this board?
Well thats good and bad news all in one ) v2.30 is what it had from the factory. Dr. Debug led does not light up at all. I expected at least 00.. Could it be RAM issue? Currently tried with 8gb 2rx8 pc4-2400t sticks.good news.
we checked for NaplesPi. but the AGESA needed is the RomePI of course
BIOS 2.30 includes
AGESA!V9 NaplesPI-SP3 184.108.40.206
AGESA!V9 RomePI-SP3 220.127.116.11 <---
Note bios 2.30 Need 32MB BIOS ROM chip support.
unfortunaly the ASRock EPYC/ROME mboards have unknown Rome ES support today, maybe you have to put up with that it doesn't work. why did you just buy the EPYCD8? it has no PCIe 4 support. Supermicro/ASUS/Gigabyte are well supporter of your cpu.Dr. Debug led does not light up at all. I expected at least 00.
Well i'll try another ram brand as my last hope, after that will just swap it with supermicro. I bought it for 10gb pci-e nic and its mini sas, currently using external 10gb nic and sas controller which occupies 2x pci-e slots. So with asrock i could use more GPU's.why did you just buy the EPYCD8? it has no PCIe 4 support. Supermicro/ASUS/Gigabyte are well supporter of your cpu.
the brand is not important, epyc supports only RDIMM memory.Well i'll try another ram brand as my last hope
IPMI reports PSU voltages are good, 1.0V CPU and CPU SOC 1.1V. CPU heats up so it is definitely got the power. I saw same case reported on another forum, DR Debug also did not show anything at all (with ryzen 3800x yes they have consumer boards with ipmi) the issue was ram incompatibility. So this DR Debug led is not that useful after all. Its pity to change the board, its features is so nice compared to h11ssl. But seems i have no choice atm.since you aren't even getting a post code, that seems to either be a faulty PSU, dead board or dead cpu making the board not turn on.
What are the voltage sensors on the ipmi saying?
The other case that we had on here a while back went the RMA route.
found no one that runs a EPYC Rome ES on ASRock boards, but dozens of EPYCD8 that was returned by customers for some reason...looks bad for me. i hope i am wrong.i bought it bec. i found this thread ) GPU's now are crazy expensive (at lest in my area).. waiting for this mining fever to end
I mean CPU info inside the BIOS. And ipmi before i flashed ExecutableFix 's bios did actually show CPU voltage , PSU voltage 12v and such but now its just show sensor not availabeCPU-Z can not read voltages trustful. even not at zen2 desktop cpu. if you don't change anything its ok.
IPMI is made for prod.unit cpu, the ES registers may different.
you have still the old IPMI(made for naples) firmware running ?
yes, you still update to the latest for that board.yes i did not touched ipmi firmware. should i upgrade that also, is that safe? )