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thanks!

next run 3200 @ CL15 (15-15-32-330) 1t

i hope the samsung chips can reach that
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Found a trick on the Godlike. Goes like this.

 

Set 46 multi in bios, auto volts.

 

Boots into desktop and runs apps but not benchmark stable.

 

Use Command Center to drop multi to 45, volt stays same.

 

Benchmark stable, and uptime stable. (X265, realbench, games etc).

 

 

IF i set 45 multi in bios,  the volts are too low at auto.

 

Boots into desktop, not benchmark stable.

 

dropping to 44 multi in command center not benchmark stable either

 

seems that 46 multi voltage is the stable volts for 4.4Ghz and up. Need better WC for 4.6 stability though.

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Why aren't you setting the voltages yourself, then you won't have those issues??
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Originally Posted by GunnzAkimbo View Post

Found a trick on the Godlike. Goes like this.

Set 46 multi in bios, auto volts.

Boots into desktop and runs apps but not benchmark stable.

Use Command Center to drop multi to 45, volt stays same.

Benchmark stable, and uptime stable. (X265, realbench, games etc).


IF i set 45 multi in bios,  the volts are too low at auto.

Boots into desktop, not benchmark stable.

dropping to 44 multi in command center not benchmark stable either

seems that 46 multi voltage is the stable volts for 4.4Ghz and up. Need better WC for 4.6 stability though.

Hey Gunnz,

Do you get a double post issue when you turn on your Godlike?
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Hey Gunnz,

Do you get a double post issue when you turn on your Godlike?

I get this on my Gaming 7, but only when I make major changes in the BIOS, like change the CPU/Cache multiplier or BCLK, it'll run through the post twice then boot.
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Thanks for the compliment, but that's not white coolant!! That is actually white Primochill tubing, 7/16 ID x 5/8 OD. I literally just use distilled water with a .999% silver micro coil in the reservoir to keep the bad guys out.
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Hey Gunnz,

Do you get a double post issue when you turn on your Godlike?

 

doesn't double post but

 

The first cold boot does a memory training routine, then shuts off...

 

then it turns on again by itself and goes through the post process and into windows.

 

 

If your getting any other routine, theres a setting wrong or update bios.

 

Generally ALL the volt settings should be on AUTO, memory settings within boundaries of it SPD, and PCIe device in the correct spots.

 
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Contacted MSI about the double post issue with my Godlike. They said its by design and that the Z170 line also is affected by this. I find that hard to believe. They also said that there have been a half dozen bios releases already put out (most pre-release) and that they have confidential change-logs of all the fixes they weren't willing to share. They also promised to let me know when there is any new info available.
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Contacted MSI about the double post issue with my Godlike. They said its by design and that the Z170 line also is affected by this. I find that hard to believe. They also said that there have been a half dozen bios releases already put out (most pre-release) and that they have confidential change-logs of all the fixes they weren't willing to share. They also promised to let me know when there is any new info available.

That sounds like the same experience I had.
The Gaming 7 has a clear BIOS issue (You'll see what I mean here https://youtu.be/iObHgv-ODgU ), but they just kept point out other hardware or a none existent overclock.
It still happens from time to time, but if you clear the CMOS load the overclock profile you'll be fine until you enter the BIOS 1 too many times and it will start doing it again until you clear the CMOS again.
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Contacted MSI about the double post issue with my Godlike. They said its by design and that the Z170 line also is affected by this. I find that hard to believe. They also said that there have been a half dozen bios releases already put out (most pre-release) and that they have confidential change-logs of all the fixes they weren't willing to share. They also promised to let me know when there is any new info available.

It is by design, mine does it too, I believe it has to do with the VRM settings.

There is an explanation to it, I had it on other brand boards historically on the 990FX platform and the 1150, so it is no unique thing for MSI biggrin.gif

"Double boot (also known as cold double boot, double cold boot, double POST, power-on auto reboot, or fake boot) is a feature of the BIOS and may occur after changes to the BIOS settings or the system's configuration, or a power failure while the system was in certain sleep modes.

Changing some parameters in the BIOS will cause this issue, even for just setting a system as stock speeds, such as initializing the current CPU and memory clocks. When certain parameters, such as the ones before, from the BIOS are set, it will require a reboot.

If the computer didn't have any power and had just been plugged in these parameters will need to get implemented again, and since these parameters require a reboot, the computer will do a quick reset to implement these parameters that are set in the BIOS.[1] Even after the computer is turned off, these parameters won't need to be re-entered for as long as the power supply is still receiving power.

A double boot proceeds as such, the PC will power on for about two seconds, then off for about a second, then it will turn back on and display the POST screen and continue to boot up normally."
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