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Originally Posted by Mulle1991 View Post

Bios 2.6 the last one
But the slot as allways workt properly?
until last night

A few questions:
- What are the GPUs you're using? which slots on the mobo are you using?
- Is the Graphics in Bios set to 'PCIE Gen2' or 'PCIE Gen3' ?
- What is your PSU ?
- You could also try an older Bios by pressing the 'Multi Bios' button on the mobo.




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A few questions:
- What are the GPUs you're using? which slots on the mobo are you using?
- Is the Graphics in Bios set to 'PCIE Gen2' or 'PCIE Gen3' ?
- What is your PSU ?
- You could also try an older Bios by pressing the 'Multi Bios' button on the mobo.




Here's how to put your rig in your sig:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig/0_20

3x Gtx680 classified
Evga supernova 1300 G2
Slot 1 3 5. Gen2
Only got one bios on the board the first ond is crashed :/
Edited by Mulle1991 - 2/21/14 at 6:45am
post #703 of 940
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3x Gtx680 classified
Evga supernova 1300 G2
Slot 1 3 5. Gen2
Only got one bios on the board the first ond is crashed :/

The BigBangII has 3 available Bios, A & B (using the switch) and Bios C (when pressing the Multi-Bios button).
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The BigBangII has 3 available Bios, A & B (using the switch) and Bios C (when pressing the Multi-Bios button).

okay ill try that later
post #705 of 940
I have an odd problem that has just started, on bios 2.4 at this stage;

After shutting down my computer from windows the computer won't reboot when pressing power without first;

Hold the power button ( either directly on MB or connected via header ) until the blue CLR_CMOS light at the rear comes on. The CMOS doesn't clear, all settings are saved.

After the blue light comes on I can then press the power button and it will turn on, without doing that it just won't turn on.

Any ideas? Someone had something similar?

EDIT: The only thing that has changed lately is that I have a new HP 1810-8g switch, but i'm not using onboard LAN they are disabled, unsure how that could affect things.
Edited by LGSS - 2/21/14 at 10:37pm
post #706 of 940
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I have an odd problem that has just started, on bios 2.4 at this stage;

After shutting down my computer from windows the computer won't reboot when pressing power without first;

Hold the power button ( either directly on MB or connected via header ) until the blue CLR_CMOS light at the rear comes on. The CMOS doesn't clear, all settings are saved.

After the blue light comes on I can then press the power button and it will turn on, without doing that it just won't turn on.

Any ideas? Someone had something similar?

EDIT: The only thing that has changed lately is that I have a new HP 1810-8g switch, but i'm not using onboard LAN they are disabled, unsure how that could affect things.

It sounds slightly similar to my problem here http://www.overclock.net/t/1398108/computer-startup-problem which turned out to be a faulty PSU.
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Heyo, i just got this motherboard not too long ago and am running a 4930k @ 1.35v at 4.6ghz, its stable over 24 hours+ prime95, i haven't tried with any lower vcore but i'm trying to get to 4.8-5.0 if possible

I think i went as high as 1.45v and can't get 4.8 stable, is there any other settings that i should tweak, any detailed OC guide or help would be greatly appreciated
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Just wanted to add that it's advisable if Bios C is left with version 2.2 incase you face future issues, since we still couldn't figure out what caused the boot failure on Both Bios A & B......

It's been a while, but I figured out what was wrong: my PSU was acting up.

The problem returned a few days after my last post. Whenever I shut down the PC, it wouldnt boot back up if I had memory on channels A and B, and by the third time it happened not even BIOS C was working.

Then I took a look at the bios settings, and saw that voltages on channels A and B were at 0.4v, wich got me thinking about the PSU.

So I got myself a Corsair AX1200i, installed it (without any bios reflashing or anything) and the system booted right up with all memory channels populated. Success!

I decided to RMA and sell my seasonic 760w Gold, and stay with the AX1200i.

TL; DR: My system woudn't boot up if I had memory installed in the slots to the left of the CPU. I tried reflash my bioses A and B after booting with Bios C, and it solved the problem for a while. A few days later the issue returned, and I found out my PSU was defective.
Edited by MrLeonardo - 3/2/14 at 12:53pm
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Originally Posted by NiNoDuKEz View Post

Heyo, i just got this motherboard not too long ago and am running a 4930k @ 1.35v at 4.6ghz, its stable over 24 hours+ prime95, i haven't tried with any lower vcore but i'm trying to get to 4.8-5.0 if possible

I think i went as high as 1.45v and can't get 4.8 stable, is there any other settings that i should tweak, any detailed OC guide or help would be greatly appreciated

Try to increase the LLC setting. But I think you hit the wall for your chip.
You might get more assistance in this club:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1439469/ivy-bridge-e-owners-club/980_20

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Originally Posted by MrLeonardo View Post

It's been a while, but I figured out what was wrong: my PSU was acting up.

The problem returned a few days after my last post. Whenever I shut down the PC, it wouldnt boot back up if I had memory on channels A and B, and by the third time it happened not even BIOS C was working.

Then I took a look at the bios settings, and saw that voltages on channels A and B were at 0.4v, wich got my thinking about the PSU.

So I got myself a Corsair AX1200i, installed it (without any bios reflashing or anything) and the system booted right up with all memory channels populated. Success!

I decided to RMA and sell my seasonic 760w Gold, and stay with the AX1200i.

TL; DR: My system woudn't boot up if I had memory installed in the slots to the left of the CPU. I tried reflash my bioses A and B after booting with Bios C, and it solved the problem for a while. A few days later the issue returned, and I found out my PSU was defective.

Congratz on your new PSU. Getting a Lemon happens with any brand, hope it's the last one for you.

As for the AX1200i, although it's a very good Flextronics unit, it is a bit overpriced compared to the competition.
Have a look at this database for only quality PSUs. You really don't need 1200w for a single 780 or even two.
750-850w for your setup with an extra 780 could save you a lot of money over the AX1200i.
Edited by eXXon - 3/2/14 at 10:25am
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which setting in the bios is LLC, Vdroop Offset? anyhow please advise which setting and what to set it at
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