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post #191 of 223
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Originally Posted by HyperX-Felinni View Post

Have you contacted ASUS to see if they have an updated BIOS?
Yes, they said that it isn't a bios issue, this thing came from an external controller, moreover, no new bioses will be available for my board.
Latest bios is installed already.
I haven't this text and boot initialization lag with OC34L5TM firmware.

Same thing appears on old non uefi x58 gigabyte motherboard, people with freshly new Z170 system also reporting same problem.

Pm is empty btw
post #192 of 223
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Originally Posted by Bananasik View Post


Yes, they said that it isn't a bios issue, this thing came from an external controller, moreover, no new bioses will be available for my board.
Latest bios is installed already.
I haven't this text and boot initialization lag with OC34L5TM firmware.

Same thing appears on old non uefi x58 gigabyte motherboard, people with freshly new Z170 system also reporting same problem.

Pm is empty btw

 

The only report that we have seen with this message have been with Z77 chipsets with another ASUS motherboard.  We have yet to hear from Z170 users and other motherboards manufactures. As mentioned currently there is no way to revert the firmware.  Can you try an ATTO SSD benchmark and report back with the results?  If your drive performance is within our performance threshold then this is just affecting the boot up.

 

I look forward to your results.

post #193 of 223
Ok

atto
http://imgur.com/xB1xVkf

just found another benchmark
http://imgur.com/EOQ4jJ5
and lol'd

the ssd is empty and completely unpartitioned
post #194 of 223
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Originally Posted by Bananasik View Post

Ok

atto
http://imgur.com/xB1xVkf

just found another benchmark
http://imgur.com/EOQ4jJ5
and lol'd

the ssd is empty and completely unpartitioned

 

Your write results are a bit out there :).   Can you make sure the transfer size is 512 B to 64MB with ATTO.

post #195 of 223
post #196 of 223
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Originally Posted by Bananasik View Post

http://imgur.com/u6SxPkE

 

Thanks! Based on your results it looks good within the performance threshold of a 480GB Predator.  Unless this is a 240GB then you scored a golden unit with a write speed of 1000MB/s which should normally hover around 600MB/s.

At least we can conclude your drive is performing with a message upon boot.  Do you notice anything else different since you updated the firmware?

 

For those that would like to compare your results from our testing: Link


Edited by HyperX-Felinni - 12/21/15 at 1:17pm
post #197 of 223
Its 480gb
Quote:
Do you notice anything else different since you updated the firmware?

I bought this ssd secondhand (like new, 200 working hours thumb.gif) with already installed M firmware, and such us good boy lol, my first action was update biggrin.gif
So there was no experience, expect two starts, which were flawless.
post #198 of 223
so i was thinking of getting this but pcie for my maximus v formula, also thinking it would be easy enough to copy over my c drive, but apparently not. This thing with MS not allowing different hardware is stupid. What if my current c drive fails? Will hold of until I do a new build.
post #199 of 223
Any update on the LED issue? Does this recent update also fix that?
post #200 of 223
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Edited by schvagier - 1/23/16 at 9:21pm
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