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Old 07-05-2022, 08:05 AM   #1
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Default Asrock rx570 - sam001.009 - secure memory validation failure

I'm trying to diagnose my Asrock Phantom gaming D Radeon RX570 8G which produces an error 43 upon loading Windows drivers.

"./tserver -boardtest=quickmfg" fails with message "sam001.009", which implies this is a "secure memory validation" failure.

I can't seem to find any useful information regarding this failure, or this "secure memory" in general, on my own and am now under the assumption the gpu bga itself will need replacement (which is somewhat beyond my capabilities/comfort zone).

Does anyone have any further tips, perhaps a specific voltage rail failure?

Tia

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