Firstly let me say that I love my new build (my second Ryzen 5 and personally/individually my 37th new AMD CPU - 6th running in my house ATM)!
I have an issue, though, and am not finding anything like it here, ASRock's forum or elsewhere via the Google machine...
Twice now after the system has come out of sleep I have had video/audio playback begin to stutter then the screen fills with snow/static and I have no choice but to reboot. This happened to me with an NHL game stream last night and my wife watching a x264 video played back in VLC tonight. From a reboot or cold boot the system plays everything fine.
Specs of the system:
Lian Li PC-A05FN
Corsair AX850 and RM650i
ASRock B350 Pro4 (latest BIOS - 4.70)
AMD Ryzen 5 2400G using the Wraith Spire (w/Noctua NT-H1 paste) from my R5 1600 box
CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4 3000 CMK8GX4M2B3000C15
Toshiba OCZ ARC 100 240GB SSD
Seagate BarraCuda 7200.12 ST31000528AS 1TB HDD
LITE-ON LH-20A1S 20X SATA DVD Burner
The OS installation was an upgrade from 64-bit 8.1 Pro to 10 Pro Build 16299 and has all the latest updates through April. Formerly I had an ASRock A770DE+ and Phenom 1090T setup in this case with an XFX R9 280X. Before upgrading the OS I uninstalled all AMD drivers from Programs and Features as well as ran the latest DDU.
After Ryzen'ing up the machine I installed the latest chipset driver (18.10_feb) and video driver for the 2400G (17.40.3701-feb12).
Things I've done thus far:
After the first encounter (after the Sharks game mind you!) I removed the AX850 in favor of a new Corsair RM650i.
At this point I'd like see if I can get any feedback from the community before I start hacking and whacking. The system is 100% stable running the following CPU/GPU benchmarks:
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. - Call Of Pripyat Benchmark (Ultra Preset @ 1080P)
Unigine Heaven 4.0 (can't remember the settings I settled with - will update here if anyone wants to know)
Unigine Valley 1.0 (can't remember the settings I settled with - will update here if anyone wants to know)
Message was edited by: Robert Elmore Reason: forgot to list storage under the system specs.