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Originally Posted by paradoxum View Post
it's like I said though, I did use an offset that should have resulted in that voltage, it just kept freezing on windows logo. c3 and c6 are default still, which is auto.
What VID is Real Temp showing you?
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post #3702 of 9343
I think I was going up from my offset when I should have been going down, it's at 0.020 now and seems to be ok.

something else I wanted to ask, is there any way to get the bios to boot faster? it shows the asus screen, flickers away, asus screen again, about 3 times before it actually starts windows, is there any way to speed that up?

thanks
post #3703 of 9343
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I think I was going up from my offset when I should have been going down, it's at 0.020 now and seems to be ok.
What is the Offset Sign you are using?

Also, again: what is the VID that Real Temp is showing you?


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something else I wanted to ask, is there any way to get the bios to boot faster? it shows the asus screen, flickers away, asus screen again, about 3 times before it actually starts windows, is there any way to speed that up?

thanks
Disable the Marvell and JMB controllers inside of Advanced > Onboard Devices Configuration.

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post #3704 of 9343
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What is the Offset Sign you are using?

Also, again: what is the VID that Real Temp is showing you?



Disable the Marvell and JMB controllers inside of Advanced > Onboard Devices Configuration.

wont the VID be different now that i'm using different voltage? right now it's 1.3611

also what is JBM? is it safe to disable it? I figure the marvell thing is for the hard drive sata ports?
Edited by paradoxum - 9/23/11 at 5:48pm
post #3705 of 9343
just got a deluxe board couple of weeks ago any recommendation on which BIOS to upgrade to I see there are some beta BIOS's on the site as well.
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wont the VID be different now that i'm using different voltage? right now it's 1.3611
The VID is not the current voltage. However, it should change depending on what multiplier you are using.

So your VID is 1.3611V. You want a voltage of 1.352V right? Therefore, the offset sign needs to be the minus sign, and your offset voltage needs to be about -0.010V.

However, this is provided that your LLC is on Ultra High.

If this fails, then you can increase the voltage by using -0.005V instead of -0.010V. Or alternatively, +0.005V (this would be using the Plus offset sign).


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also what is JBM? is it safe to disable it? I figure the marvell thing is for the hard drive sata ports?
If these were not safe to be disabled, then I would not allow myself to recommend disabling them.
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Sorry if this question has been asked before, but I am completely newbie to computer, and this is the first time I made my own desktop. I have been reading this thread for a while, and I notice on page 331 TwoCables showed some pics about how to speed up the booting. However, I have no idea how these hardware work, for example, what is Realtek lan controller? where should I use it? I know this question is newbie, and I don't expect anyone could explain this to me one by one. So I am just wondering where I can find info for these hardware. I have done some google, but couldn't find the right info I am looking for.

Thanks in advance, especially to TwoCables.
Edited by lowirve - 9/23/11 at 9:25pm
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post #3708 of 9343
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Sorry if this question has been asked before, but I am completely newbie to computer, and this is the first time I made my own desktop. I have been reading this thread for a while, and I notice on page 331 TwoCables showed some pics about how to speed up the booting. However, I have no idea how these hardware work, for example, what is Realtek lan controller? where should I use it? I know this question is newbie, and I don't expect anyone could explain this to me one by one. So I am just wondering where I can find info for these hardware. I have done some google, but couldn't find the right info I am looking for.

Thanks in advance, especially to TwoCables.
You're very welcome!

We have different motherboards, so you can ignore some of the things you saw in my screenshot, such as the Realtek LAN Controller.

From top to bottom in your motherboard's UEFI, here is what you have:
  • HD Audio Controller - this is the onboard audio
  • Front Panel Type - if you're using onboard audio, then it is very likely that you should leave this as "HD" just in case you want to use front panel audio on your case
  • SPDIF Out Type - it is likely that you're not using this
  • Bluetooth Controller - self-explanatory. If you're not using it, then you can disable it.
  • PCI Express X16_3 slot (black) bandwidth - Auto is the best setting
  • JMB Storage Controller - this is for eSATA
  • JMB Storage OPROM - I don't know.
  • Display OptionRom in POST - this displays some kind of information about the JMB controller during the motherboard's boot-up (the Power-On Self Test)
  • Asmedia USB 3.0 Controller - Disabling this disables the USB 3.0 ports
  • Asmedia USB 3.0 Battery Charging Support - Enabling this uses extra motherboard resources for charging USB 3.0 devices that have a rechargeable battery. The manual says the devices must comply with something called "the BC 1.1 regulation" which I know nothing about.
  • Intel LAN Controller - this is the ethernet port on your motherboard which you're probably using to provide internet access to your system
  • Intel PXE OPROM - I don't know, but I disabled mine to see what happens, and nothing happened. So disable yours.

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just got a deluxe board couple of weeks ago any recommendation on which BIOS to upgrade to I see there are some beta BIOS's on the site as well.
Well I'm using the latest beta BIOS and haven't seen any problems this far.
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Well I'm using the latest beta BIOS and haven't seen any problems this far.
+1 on the 1850 bios (I'm on a Pro version board though)... But so far no issues.
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