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That is what I thought also. After going back to 1004 the bus speeds were still wonky. Seems something got updated and did not revert back after the downgrade. Any other thoughts?
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Hi,
I noticed that the latest 1901 BIOS for my X99 Deluxe makes my cache voltage "go up and down" as if I set adaptive in previous bios.

With previous BIOS the cache voltage was stable if set to use offset, now it varies with CPU load also if I set it to offset.
Is this normal?
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Long time since I was here. I've been running my 5960X at 4100 for like ten months, rock stable. Lately I got the Intel 750 PCIe SSD and G.Skill Ripjaws4 DDR4-2666 4x8 GB kit.

Then I started having some cold and warm boot issues. The RAM kit runs at 125 strap so I fine-tuned the CPU to run at 4125 MHz core/4 GHz cache/offset voltages and it was very stable, but I had issues even when using optimized defaults.

At first I was using the Intel 750 between my SLId cards and had booting issues. Then I moved it into the bottom slot and everything works better..but I still have occasional warm reboot issues when I just want to restart the PC.

Usually when I restart the computer and want to enter BIOS the screen stays black. Then if I disable fast boot (and to my preference add +3 seconds to the boot time) all problems go away.

What is the culprit with fast boot not working properly? Using 1701 BIOS now.
post #9754 of 15879
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Originally Posted by sblantipodi View Post

Hi,
I noticed that the latest 1901 BIOS for my X99 Deluxe makes my cache voltage "go up and down" as if I set adaptive in previous bios.

With previous BIOS the cache voltage was stable if set to use offset, now it varies with CPU load also if I set it to offset.
Is this normal?

I have cache voltage set to auto and it fluctuates some. Bios 1502 loaded but it has done that since day one.
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Trying to install a bootable M.2 drive on the X99-A and have run into some snags. The M.2. drive shows up in BIOS no problem. I went through the steps of setting the computer to install windows from an UEFI USB drive, but I am getting a message that my Fury X is isn't UEFI compatible. Am I going to have to put another video card in the thing just to complete this procedure? The only other video card I have (which is currently in my old PC) is 8 years old, and who knows if it's going to work. (It's an old Geforce 8600 GT or something like that). Seems awfully convoluted to take the card out of my old comp just for this.
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where is the 1901 for the X99-S???
post #9757 of 15879
Okay so it seems my issue is worse then first suspected. My processor doesn't seem to be going into turbo mode as often as it should.

It never applies a multiplier more than 12x on a single threaded application. So my single threaded performance is in the toilet!

I don't understand what is doing this, I have all the settings as they were in bios 1004 and everything worked fine until upgrading to 1103 and now 1502.

Someone please guide me as I am now lost. If either Raja or Praz could chime in on this I would really appreciate it.

One more item can someone post the file name convention for usb flashback to function. This is on the deluxe board.
Edited by Gimbo - 10/20/15 at 12:38am
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Originally Posted by xarot View Post

Long time since I was here. I've been running my 5960X at 4100 for like ten months, rock stable. Lately I got the Intel 750 PCIe SSD and G.Skill Ripjaws4 DDR4-2666 4x8 GB kit.

Then I started having some cold and warm boot issues. The RAM kit runs at 125 strap so I fine-tuned the CPU to run at 4125 MHz core/4 GHz cache/offset voltages and it was very stable, but I had issues even when using optimized defaults.

At first I was using the Intel 750 between my SLId cards and had booting issues. Then I moved it into the bottom slot and everything works better..but I still have occasional warm reboot issues when I just want to restart the PC.

Usually when I restart the computer and want to enter BIOS the screen stays black. Then if I disable fast boot (and to my preference add +3 seconds to the boot time) all problems go away.

What is the culprit with fast boot not working properly? Using 1701 BIOS now.

What code displays when this happens?
post #9759 of 15879
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What code displays when this happens?

Hey thanks Scone for your reply. That is a tough one for now, my PC is between a house radiator and couch to prevent my kid from fiddling with the cables. biggrin.gif I'll have to see if I can replicate the issue some night when I take the PC out of it's place for some time.

Also spoke too soon...got a cold boot issue again. The PC starts, nothing on screen, and after like 10 seconds it completely shuts down and doesn't start without manually pressing the power button. Did this twice a row, then a normal boot. Sounds like a badly failed training or something? Everything at optimized settings now except fast boot disabled...

I have a 2133 MHz 4x4 GB kit around to check if the RAM is the culprit, but any more ideas before I can get the POST code?
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Originally Posted by HagbardCeline View Post

Trying to install a bootable M.2 drive on the X99-A and have run into some snags. The M.2. drive shows up in BIOS no problem. I went through the steps of setting the computer to install windows from an UEFI USB drive, but I am getting a message that my Fury X is isn't UEFI compatible. Am I going to have to put another video card in the thing just to complete this procedure? The only other video card I have (which is currently in my old PC) is 8 years old, and who knows if it's going to work. (It's an old Geforce 8600 GT or something like that). Seems awfully convoluted to take the card out of my old comp just for this.

It is unlikely that your 8 years old card is UEFI compatible, you should request to the Fury X manufacturer a UEFI compatible Bios. I did that with my Sapphire HD7970 and R9 290.
It is also worth to try both bios on your Fury X using the bios switch in case the manufacturer put a UEFI compatible bios, but they are usually the same.

Even if you complete the installation with another UEFI compatible video card, you won't be able the boot the OS if you put back a video card that is not UEFI compatible.
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