Any thoughts and advice are welcomed.
- check CPU socket pins
- make sure CPU is correctly mounted with exact torque
Here's tools you can use:I think you hit the nail on the head here... I just used a hex key to install the processor retention (I am an idiot obviously) so I'm quite confident this is the problem (exact torque requirement).
Thank you so much for the knowledge!
|File Name:||S8030GM2NE_bios_v301 (11.5M)|
|File Date:||2020 / 09 / 09|
1. Update AGESA to RomePI 184.108.40.206.
2. Added BIOS setup items.
AMD CBS > NBIO Common Options > "SMU Common Option > APBDIS"
AMD CBS > NBIO Common Options > "Preferred IO"
AMD CBS > NBIO Common Options > "Preferred IO Bus"
AMD CBS > DF Common Options > ACPI > "ACPI SRAT L3 Cache As NUMA Domain"
AMD CBS > CPU Common Options > "Local APIC Mode"
AMD CBS > UMC Common Options > DDR4 Common Options > Security > "TSME"
AMD CBS > UMC Common Options > NVDIMM > "NVDIMM-N Feature"
Chipset > "PCIe Compliance Mode"
PCIe Slot Configuration > PCIe Slot Link Speed Configuration
3. Added SMBIOS type 9 PCIe slot information.
4. Change "IOMMU" default setting to Auto.
5. Change Redfish BMC IP to read only.
6. Remove the "Auto" option of "NUMA nodes per socket" setup item.
7. Change Memory speed unit from Mhz to MT/s.
8. Fixed SMEE can't disable by setup item.
9. Fixed BMC redfish connection sometimes timeout issue.
10. Fixed the NVDIMM I2C race condition issue.
11. Fixed USB Keyboard not working occasionally.
12. Fixed LSI RAID card will cause reset during POST if Enabled EFI RAID driver.
13. Fixed POST show "CMOS or NVRAM was cleared" when doing AC on/off cycle test.
Jordan - did you have to RMA the board? The bent pin couldn't be straightened out back?Thank you for that update hmw. I will postpone the DC upgrade as that really would have knocked my uptime down significantly.
I will say this btw, Tyan has the most pleasant advanced RMA I've ever done before. I invested in the Husky torque wrench and a set of bits and did the motherboard swap in the middle of the DC racks and everything worked perfectly upon bootup. 10/10 rating for Tyan.