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You can always go into the control panel, administrative settings, then system configuration, then start up, and it lists every application that starts up whenever you power on your PC. It'll tell you how much of an impact it has on your start up time for each individual application, and it gives you the option to disable some of the applications from starting, deleting some of the applications from starting, or you can change some applications to delayed start, so they start after your PC has already posted. You'll be surprised by how many applications have an updater running in the background all the time so it can notify you if a newer release was rolled out. I usually disable applications before deleting it from sstartinngg up just in case it needs to, but the majority of mine I disable their update from starting up in the background and then manually check for updates whoever I use that particular application. Also, as you make changes to your start up, it'll tell you how much time you've cut from your boot time.


The boot itself is fine now. But before post even starts i have to wait for about 10 seconds. Then it's running through all the q-codes, wich takes allmost 20 seconds. And then Windows starts loading (wich still feels quite slow for a 950 Pro running on the Samsung Nvme drivers)
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Hard drives/storage devices don't help speed up the training routines. In truth, one should purchase a drive to speed up OS applications. The amount of times we BOOT a system per day is a mere fraction of the uptime. If those 10-20 seconds are causing distress, one would be best advised to utilize suspend to DRAM (sleep), as it is the quickest way back to the desktop.
Edited by Raja@ASUS - 8/1/16 at 1:10am
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Is it normal with adaptive CPU, offset cache, offset System Agent, C-States disabled, that the System Agent volts stay static and never down volt?? thinking.gif

System Agent is VCCSA in HWInfo, right? drunken.gif
Quick answer, yes.
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@raja@asus @Praz @Silent scone

A couple of questions for the group regarding the R5E-10, before I get to ordering parts for the rest of this caselabs build:

1) The H_AMP fan header. What is the rated amperage? Could it handle 6 Cougar fans? Each is 0.31A. so ~ 2A ??
2) The Water Pump Header - same usual 1AMP rating?
3) on the Proibeit - What is COREA and COREB
4) The external fan PCB... max header rating is 1 AMP?

I could not find the answers to 1 and 3 in the manual. These are new for the R5E-10.
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@raja@asus @Praz @Silent scone

A couple of questions for the group regarding the R5E-10, before I get to ordering parts for the rest of this caselabs build:

1) The H_AMP fan header. What is the rated amperage? Could it handle 6 Cougar fans? Each is 0.31A. so ~ 2A ??
2) The Water Pump Header - same usual 1AMP rating?
3) on the Proibeit - What is COREA and COREB
4) The external fan PCB... max header rating is 1 AMP?

I could not find the answers to 1 and 3 in the manual. These are new for the R5E-10.


1) 3 Amps. Yes.

2) Yes.

3) Just two different measuring points for the cores. Some CPUs (lower core count models) have one, while the 10 core variants have two. Our guys provide two access points so that voltage can be measured. Nothing more to it.

4) 1A per header.
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1) 3 Amps. Yes.

2) Yes.

3) Just two different measuring points for the cores. Some CPUs (lower core count models) have one, while the 10 core variants have two. Our guys provide two access points so that voltage can be measured. Nothing more to it.

4) 1A per header.

Super! thanks. That H_AMP Fan header is gonna be very handy. smile.gif
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Super! thanks. That H_AMP Fan header is gonna be very handy. smile.gif

Hello

If you get completely different readings from COREA and COREB that is normal. If I'm mot monitoring both I use the one that tracks the voltage I set in the BIOS.
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Super! thanks. That H_AMP Fan header is gonna be very handy. smile.gif

Hook your A/C to it biggrin.gif.
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@raja@asus @Praz @Silent scone

A couple of questions for the group regarding the R5E-10, before I get to ordering parts for the rest of this caselabs build:

1) The H_AMP fan header. What is the rated amperage? Could it handle 6 Cougar fans? Each is 0.31A. so ~ 2A ??
2) The Water Pump Header - same usual 1AMP rating?
3) on the Proibeit - What is COREA and COREB
4) The external fan PCB... max header rating is 1 AMP?

I could not find the answers to 1 and 3 in the manual. These are new for the R5E-10.


1) 3 Amps. Yes.

2) Yes.

3) Just two different measuring points for the cores. Some CPUs (lower core count models) have one, while the 10 core variants have two. Our guys provide two access points so that voltage can be measured. Nothing more to it.

4) 1A per header.


Any idea why The CPU Fan header on my X99A II (bios 801) keeps disabling itself if I connect a fan too it ? I have moved the connector for my H80iGT to the Water Pump header and all is fine (DC mode) . Otherwise I keep getting stuck at the CPU Fan Fail F1 bios boot error , so I go into the Bios as directed and once again the CPU Q-Fan Control is disabled again. Not sure if I missed something or this is a Bios Q-Fan error ? ( i've read a few posts saying Q-Fan has issues) Thx.


On a side note , I think this is the 1st MB I have had in years where I can not start the Comp. with a mouse click or the keyboard , which is a PITA if you like to tuck the comp back in under your desk somewhere.
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You do not need to disable Q-fan control. What you need to disable is the monitoring of the cpu fan speed. In the same tab in the bios, above the q-fan control section, there should be a list of all your fans and their current speeds. Since you are using a water cooler there will be no reported fan speed for you cpu fan. Click on the cpu fan speed and select "do not monitor". This will fix the "no cpu fan detected" error on startup.

I use Q-Fan control exclusively for fan control on my system as I find it more reliable than external software solutions. I would use PWM over DC for your water pump(it uses a PWM(4-pin) connector) with 100% speed for all temperatures.
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