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Originally Posted by Medusa666 View Post

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."

Duos the double boot happen after changing many setting in the bios or just in each boot ? mine happen only after changing the Cpu Vdroop control to +75% the first boot after that..

also I had an X99-A from asus. doing the same after changing cache clock... isn't odd problem at all all board I try before do that after applying OC setting
   
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post #1532 of 3182

Unless they are referring to the memory training sequence, then the post sequence.

 

thats 2 startups by design.

post #1533 of 3182
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Originally Posted by Medusa666 View Post

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."


Why doesn't the motherboard retain those settings though after its initial boot up?
post #1534 of 3182

"If the computer didn't have any power and had just been plugged in"

 

This is what im referring to.

 

 

If you just turn off from windows, and power on with the case button, it should just flow straight into windows.

 

 

Make sure volts are auto for everything to start with.

 

100 FSB

 

Disable XMP and select mem speed from the popup list.

post #1535 of 3182
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Originally Posted by GunnzAkimbo View Post

"If the computer didn't have any power and had just been plugged in"

This is what im referring to.


If you just turn off from windows, and power on with the case button, it should just flow straight into windows.


Make sure volts are auto for everything to start with.

100 FSB

Disable XMP and select mem speed from the popup list.

Which it does flawlessly but the fact that those settings don't get written to nvram is disturbing and hints at a bios bug. I tried hard setting the major blck, ring and multiplier behaviors, turning on and off fast boot and memory training and couldn't figure out how to get a non stop posting process straight into windows like it should. Tried xmp on and off as well and many different permutations. No good.
post #1536 of 3182
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Originally Posted by davidm71 View Post


Which it does flawlessly but the fact that those settings don't get written to nvram is disturbing and hints at a bios bug. I tried hard setting the major blck, ring and multiplier behaviors, turning on and off fast boot and memory training and couldn't figure out how to get a non stop posting process straight into windows like it should. Tried xmp on and off as well and many different permutations. No good.

 

using 121 bios ?

the older bios versions did the failed overclock settings thing at post.

post #1537 of 3182
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Originally Posted by GunnzAkimbo View Post

using 121 bios ?
the older bios versions did the failed overclock settings thing at post.

tried the 110 and 120 or 121 beta bios. Same thing...
post #1538 of 3182

Switch to Bios 2 on mobo.

Mobo battery OK? Bloody thing is hidden under all the bling...


Edited by GunnzAkimbo - 10/28/15 at 8:22pm
post #1539 of 3182
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Originally Posted by GunnzAkimbo View Post

Switch to Bios 2 on mobo.
Mobo battery OK? Bloody thing is hidden under all the bling...

Its not the cmos battery or else all my other overclock setting would be forgotten at every cold boot. With all that bling makes you wonder how you would ever change the battery when the time came?!
post #1540 of 3182

3 settings i know cause instability if they are Enabled;

 

Enhanced Turbo (Set to AUTO)

Enhanced Memory Controller (set to AUTO)

 

CPU Features;

Intel C-State (set to Disabled)

 

 

Everything in CPU features can be set to Enabled or Auto except Active Core and Limit CPUID - set to Disabled.

For the remaining CPU features , If the toggle is Auto, Enabled or Disabled, set to Enabled.

If the toggle is Auto or Disabled, set to Auto.

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