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post #221 of 6656
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The sleep mode thing, it goes to sleep fine for me at stock. Let me check it out.

Two issues were fixed:

#1 there was an issue if you pressed restart button or told windows to restart twice in a row the system would have an OC failure, but still be OCed lol.

#3 was once every certain amount of boots the board would cycle anywhere from 2 to 7 times and then proceed to boot like nothing happened.

both are fixed on all boards with these latest BIOSes, and oddly enough the issues were only on 2600K.
Edited by Sin0822 - 4/20/12 at 6:10pm
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post #222 of 6656
I haven't tried F5 sleep. But I mean so far the rig is super stable running prime and IBT after the voltage was adjusted.
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post #223 of 6656
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something is wrong i am guessing with your BIOS flash.
i recommend that you reflash the BIOS through QFLASH in the BIOS itself with a USb thumb drive formatted in FAT32 with the BIOS rom on the drive.
After the flash hit reboot, and then go back into the BIOS goto the last page in the advanced section and hit "Load Optimized Defaults" Then restart after you selected that option.
This is something you should always do if you are having issues, however i and many others do this after every BIOS flash on every board if you are going to OC it.
If you are still having issues I can try and help you, however you should easily be able to change things.

I finally managed to get my dram settings, but I had to keep toggling back and forth between Quick/Expert to make each change.
I always use Qflash with a thumb drive and I always load optimized defaults thereafter.
Funny thing is I can only make dram/voltage changes etc in the GUI, not in the Advanced setup.

Do you think backing up the 2nd BIOS with the same will help (like with Z68) ? In any event I will do that later.

Thanks.
post #224 of 6656
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why do you need to use expert?

Quick allow you to change 1 set of timings for all DIMMs, expert allow you to change each DIMM individually.

No something is weird, i would reflash the BIOS just to see if it happens again.

you aren't setting in advanced then going into 3d and saving out of 3d are you?
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No, I wasn't doing that. I reflashed F6i and it seems to be working OK for me now with wired or wireless keyboard. So maybe the other flash was corrupt; one thing I noticed after I let Easy Tune OC then later reverted to stock and rebooted, EasyTune had a bunch of garbage numbers in it (before reflash). Anyway I was able to set my dram timings and will move on tomorrow and do super pi tests then start working on the OC.
So right now I guess everything looking ok, sin, so I'll continue on tomorrow with my new mobo adventure. Now waiting for my G Skill Trident 2400 dram to get here (maybe tomorrow mail) and of course the new cpu's.

Thanks again.
post #226 of 6656
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in a little while something new will release and you wont have to use easytune.
http://hwbot.org/forum/showthread.php?t=42496&page=13
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post #227 of 6656
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The sleep mode thing, it goes to sleep fine for me at stock. Let me check it out.
Two issues were fixed:
#1 there was an issue if you pressed restart button or told windows to restart twice in a row the system would have an OC failure, but still be OCed lol.
#3 was once every certain amount of boots the board would cycle anywhere from 2 to 7 times and then proceed to boot like nothing happened.
both are fixed on all boards with these latest BIOSes, and oddly enough the issues were only on 2600K.

Clear CMOS. Load default and was able to sleep and wake w/ stock speed. What about at OC speed? Where is the option to disable internal PLL voltage on this board? Cheers!smile.gif
post #228 of 6656
Just to clarify, BIOS F6i & 2600K can't wake up from sleep mode properly when OC. This renders the new Intel rapid start, smart connect useless!mad.gif
post #229 of 6656
Does the problems with the 2600k have something to do with hyperthreading? aside from more cache thats the only difference between it and the 2500k. I plan on disabling HT anyway so it'd be great if that remedies some of these problems
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The sleep mode thing, it goes to sleep fine for me at stock. Let me check it out.
Two issues were fixed:
#1 there was an issue if you pressed restart button or told windows to restart twice in a row the system would have an OC failure, but still be OCed lol.
#3 was once every certain amount of boots the board would cycle anywhere from 2 to 7 times and then proceed to boot like nothing happened.
both are fixed on all boards with these latest BIOSes, and oddly enough the issues were only on 2600K.

Hi all

Great info here chaps, marvellous.
I have the restart twice error if i restart in windows(i5 2500k) other than that, all good.
O.C to 4.4. All Ive done is to set the dynamic vcore to -0.030v . Volt under load is around 1.344. All other settings on default, except igpu is on.

Hi sin0822,

Great support your giving here, thanks.
I,m looking forward to your O.C guide.
Edited by smokemeakipper - 4/21/12 at 8:52am
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