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Originally Posted by Armxnian View Post

So my issue with booting linux was CSM. I can boot in UEFI mode with secure boot enabled (if set to other OS) if CSM is set to enabled or auto. But if I disable CSM, it hangs during the boot process. I don't understand why this is the case. All of my hardware is new and obviously supports UEFI only mode because I can boot Windows 10 with CSM disabled. There has to be an issue with the motherboard and linux compatibility.

Disabling CSM requires a secure boot signature (read "Microsoft") that Linux isn't providing in your case. There's a warning when you disable CSM on Asus X99 motherboards.

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh824987.aspx
post #11152 of 15805
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Originally Posted by mypickaxe View Post

Disabling CSM requires a secure boot signature (read "Microsoft") that Linux isn't providing in your case. There's a warning when you disable CSM on Asus X99 motherboards.

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh824987.aspx

The warning says make sure the signature is installed on pcie/m.2 storage devices so they can function as things other than only data drives. I'm not having trouble installing it, just getting to the installer.

Also, what do the keys have to do with CSM? The keys are for secure boot. I can boot with secure boot disabled or enabled. CSM is just to support legacy hardware and OS's that use bios instead of uefi. I just installed linux mint, and it booted in UEFI mode, and created an EFI partition, so it's obviously using UEFI.
Edited by Armxnian - 1/22/16 at 6:39pm
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The warning says make sure the signature is installed on pcie/m.2 storage devices so they can function as things other than only data drives. I'm not having trouble installing it, just getting to the installer.

Also, what do the keys have to do with CSM? The keys are for secure boot. I can boot with secure boot disabled or enabled. CSM is just to support legacy hardware and OS's that use bios instead of uefi. I just installed linux mint, and it booted in UEFI mode, and created an EFI partition, so it's obviously using UEFI.

"...when Secure Boot is enabled, the compatibility support module (CSM) must be disabled so that the PC can only boot authorized, UEFI-based operating systems."
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"...when Secure Boot is enabled, the compatibility support module (CSM) must be disabled so that the PC can only boot authorized, UEFI-based operating systems."
Yeah that's the problem. When I disable CSM, I can't boot linux. Windows boots in UEFI with any combination of secure boot and CSM.
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Yeah that's the problem. When I disable CSM, I can't boot linux. Windows boots in UEFI with any combination of secure boot and CSM.

The info is in the link I sent; the issue is Microsoft got with the hardware vendors and came up with this scheme. Unless Asus opens it up you may be looking at another motherboard vendor. I think Gigabyte might allow this.
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Can anyone shed a light on my B2 qcode error?
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Can anyone shed a light on my B2 qcode error?

Did you remove all IO accessories except a GPU, mouse and keyboard? Did you power off, remove the CMOS battery for 10 minutes and reinsert it, making sure to clear the CMOS while powering up?
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Did you remove all IO accessories except a GPU, mouse and keyboard? Did you power off, remove the CMOS battery for 10 minutes and reinsert it, making sure to clear the CMOS while powering up?

I haven't tried the cmos battery removal

Should I?
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Hi guys
Can someone give me the best bios settings for two m2 drives installed in an Asus x99 deluxe my specs below
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950 pro installed in m2 slot
SM951 256GB nvme installed slot three with PCIe card
980ti installed slot one
16gb corsair platinum 4x4
Thanks in advance
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This is my currently settings

Set your "CPU Core Ratio Limit" to "40". 4.0GHz is what we're aiming for initially. This setting changes the CPU core frequencies.

Set "CPU Core Voltage" to "Adaptive Mode". Set the "Offset Mode Sign" to "+". Set "CPU Core Voltage Offset" to "+0.001". Set "Additional Turbo Mode CPU Core Voltage" to "1.200".
This will set your Vcore to 1.20V. For reference, a Hyper 212 is able to handle up to 1.20V, Noctua might be able to do more - we will play it safe for now.

Set "CPU SVID Support" to "Disabled". Set "CPU Input Voltage" to "1.950". This changes the voltage going into the CPU package.

Finally, go into "External Digi+ Power Control". Find "LLC" or "Load Line Calibration" and set that to "Level 6".
Technical stuff about LLC and VCCIN (Click to show)
LLC counteracts "Vdroop" which is a mechanic Intel placed in the chips to ensure that voltage is regulated correctly under transient load states. Intel makes the VCCIN (CPU Input Voltage) so that when your system goes from idle to max load the VCCIN actually decreases below the value you set in the BIOS. This is to prevent damage when the chip goes from max load to idle. Max load to idle, the opposite happens, the VCCIN increases. But with this "Vdroop" it is kept to below the VCCIN in the BIOS. LLC basically makes it so that under idle to max load, the voltage decrease is lesser. LLC 6 is safe up to 2.00V, generally the higher the LLC, the more risk you place on the package due to voltage spikes. LLC 6 is safe, I only put this stuff here to explain it kind of.

Once booted into Windows, we should open "OCCT" - http://www.ocbase.com/download.php?fileext=exe

And test for 10 minutes; just press "On" and press "Off" after 10mins. At the 5 minute mark, record the temperature of "Core Max" and type it up on here and we'll see where we should go from there. The aim of OCing here is to get maximum speed, with safe temps. I personally would keep Core Max, on average, below 80C during OCCT.
Edited by Desolutional - 1/23/16 at 3:10am
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