Originally Posted by Joe C
I've had the most problems using ASrock boards with Ryzen chips than anything I have ever experienced. I suggest that you do not use ASRock boards with AMD Zen chips. Do the RMA and get a different branded board
I've built 3 now that fired right up
Considering it's a 450 the bios could be old enough to not support the 3600x.
Originally Posted by Yami
Can't get to BIOS since no POST, and they don't have a cap to short the CMOSCLR. Bent pins is possible but unlikely because we've tried two CPUs.
Currently looking at it as a RAM compatibility issue.
You can clear it the way I said in text, or by using a screw driver shorting the pins on number 18 here in the manual.
The way I said in text is best, and try posting with the 2200g in after a solid clear. ASRock boards should post initially to 2133 for compatibility with IF ratio locked.