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Anyone come across the double post on-off and on again cold boot issue of the MSI Godlike? Was wondering if it was just me that experiences this annoying post delay? Some say this is memory training.. Never been able to fix..

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Originally Posted by davidm71 View Post

Anyone come across the double post on-off and on again cold boot issue of the MSI Godlike? Was wondering if it was just me that experiences this annoying post delay? Some say this is memory training.. Never been able to fix..

Thanks

U h ave the Godlike board? How is it so far? compare to the Asus Rampage 5?
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Anyone come across the double post on-off and on again cold boot issue of the MSI Godlike? Was wondering if it was just me that experiences this annoying post delay? Some say this is memory training.. Never been able to fix..

Thanks

I've been in the business of building PCs for 17 years. I don't think I've ever seen a motherboard (or chipset) where at least someone has not had a cold boot "issue".

I'm convinced this is invariably due to compatibility of a wide array parts that are available to piece together a system, rather than it always being the sole fault of the MB.
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I've been in the business of building PCs for 17 years. I don't think I've ever seen a motherboard (or chipset) where at least someone has not had a cold boot "issue".

I'm convinced this is invariably due to compatibility of a wide array parts that are available to piece together a system, rather than it always being the sole fault of the MB.

I don't think it has anything to do with parts that are incompatible because I tried a different set of branded ram with same result and the cpu in another motherboard without issues and a different gpu so no I don't think its my parts. MSI told me its normal though. Some say its memory training. I just am not crazy about this quirk.

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U h ave the Godlike board? How is it so far? compare to the Asus Rampage 5?

Overrated.
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I don't think it has anything to do with parts that are incompatible because I tried a different set of branded ram with same result and the cpu in another motherboard without issues and a different gpu so no I don't think its my parts. MSI told me its normal though. Some say its memory training. I just am not crazy about this quirk..

Then it most likely is the MB given MSI's response.

I hope you understand though that my only point is that most people think the MB is always at fault, when I have often found that not to be the case.
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I expected at least twice as many bios updates by now and at least a fix. Dissapointing.
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I don't think it has anything to do with parts that are incompatible because I tried a different set of branded ram with same result and the cpu in another motherboard without issues and a different gpu so no I don't think its my parts. MSI told me its normal though. Some say its memory training. I just am not crazy about this quirk.
Overrated.

what do you mean Overrated? Why didn't u go with the Asus Rampage 5?
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I spoke to someone who has worked with MSI about this.

They speculated to me that the reason why the lower end boards are wired like this was they expected that the lower end boards would be paired with a 5820K. The 5820K of course can only support x16/x8/x4, so that works perfectly. Apparently they expect that people who buy top end CPUs will always get the higher end boards.


There is potentially a way around this. Get an x16 riser (used for mining) and plug in it. This is provided that you have a large enough case though.

I think I still have a powered riser laying around somewhere. But I dont think its something that Im going to be too worried about. You know, that is sort of what I spitballing in my own head on why they wouldve had the assignment this way. And of course, now that I have seen the Godlike Carbon, and Im already in my all black motif, AND I have the 5930k, I might just jump up to that board in a year or so. That will prob have assignments that Im used to.
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what do you mean Overrated? Why didn't u go with the Asus Rampage 5?

I went with MSI over Asus because I wanted to try an MSI board. To me it felt like it was over priced. I mean I love the presentation and way they packaged the board with in its box. That was very classy but the heatsinks looked kind of cheap like they cut out the red trim from a soda can. At least the bios has more features you can shake a stick at but just feels like they charged a premium because of its name.

Also if it was really Godlike there would have been an iphone app! Not android!
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Anyone rocking the X99S Krait Edition experiencing problems while having several USB devices connected??? Like some ports not working or malfunctioning when you plug a thumb drive and what not...?
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