Lmao. So you deleted my entire post consisting of all the evidence I provided because of some insults and now you say I provided no evidence? HAHAHA… level 1 tech forum for sure.
Yes Gigabyte has physical stores in many Asian countries and they handle RMA directly. and even Asrock has this problem.
Did you read what OP actually wrote??
I’ll quote him: "This should be set to Typical Current Idle. The default/auto setting seems to be Low Current Idle, that saves an additional couple of watts when completely idle, but also seems to cause some sort of power glitching, that results in occasional freezes. From what I can tell, this setting disables Package C6 state, while leaving all other power saving features such as Core C6 state enabled (you may have to update your UEFI for this setting to appear, for the x370 Taichi I would recommend UEFI version 4.40, the later versions may or may not have regressions)
The problem OP is having is the same as idle crash. Jeez people just do a google search!!! ASROCK has this problem. lemme do it for you : http://bfy.tw/L6LR
I’m just stating that future people who have crashes in idle with ryzen should just go and RMA their boards. There can’t be any other cause for crashes at idle except faulty mobo.
Proof 1: Guy in your own forum confirms it : [SOLVED] Ryzen build freezing, can't find the problem
P.S. : IF ANYBODY IS HAVING RYZEN IDLE CRASHES THEN ITS YOUR MOBO AT FAULT. SAVE YOUR TIME. THANKS.