@Sven I would like to further update this report, specifically the one with the 5600G CPU.
The Asus Prime X570-Pro has been doing great for Qubes!
These are issues that do not affect me but I figured I’d document them:
Suspend does not work.
Bootloader shows the Qubes logo but does not update with password entry when using display port, works when using HDMI only. If using both, it default on display port…
One of the USB controllers needs PCI Strict Reset since the latest BIOS update.
Issue that affect me but not a deal breaker:
Wasn’t able to get a PS/2 keyboard + PS/2 mouse to work on the combo port using a splitter cable. Only one at a time, reboot needed to change device.
This motherboard as most Asus boards, does not recognize Qubes EFI boot. This command gets the job done to restore the boot option to Qubes installed on my sole NVMe SSD. efibootmgr -c -L Qubes -l /EFI/qubes/grubx64.efi -d /dev/nvme0n1 Just to be clear, if you remove your boot drive and then boot, then put your original Qubes drive back. You must restore the boot option by booting from the Qubes Installer, use the rescue mode, press 3 to get a shell and execute the command. Otherwise the motherboard will bring you to BIOS not knowing what to do with your drive.
Also, I used to have ECC memory with the Ryzen 2600, but went back to UDIMMs as the 5600G does not support ECC.
Happy with this build, I recommend it but I’d love to have a PS/2 mouse.