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A few things that I'd rather not disclose. smile.gif

I came here looking for answers but left with more questions, are you NSA

Edit:
Also my CPU fan continues to spin even after I shut down, another bios issue?

Edit 2:
even weirder, I shut off my PSU and the fan stops too but when I put my PSU back on the whole system powers on....

Edit 3: ressetting bios fixed it somehow, had to redial all my OC's though, the hyper-aggressive LLC in adaptive is still a problem
Edited by rogergamer - 10/20/15 at 3:48am
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I came here looking for answers but left with more questions, are you NSA

Edit:
Also my CPU fan continues to spin even after I shut down, another bios issue?

Edit 2:
even weirder, I shut off my PSU and the fan stops too but when I put my PSU back on the whole system powers on....

Edit 3: ressetting bios fixed it somehow, had to redial all my OC's though, the hyper-aggressive LLC in adaptive is still a problem

3: Is not related directly to LLC. The additional voltage required to come out of S3 state is being summed on top of the applied VID.
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3: Is not related directly to LLC. The additional voltage required to come out of S3 state is being summed on top of the applied VID.

I assume that voltage jump coming out of S3 cannot be tweaked in the bios? because right now all I can do is compensate by downvolting
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I assume that voltage jump coming out of S3 cannot be tweaked in the bios? because right now all I can do is compensate by downvolting

No such control exists or will be offered. As stated earlier, this bug will be patched at a future date.
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I have an Asus Z170-A and a single 980ti. Would I lose performance at all using the second PCI-e lane?
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I have an Asus Z170-A and a single 980ti. Would I lose performance at all using the second PCI-e lane?

Look at the solderings on your second and third PCIE slot. There you have your answer smile.gif They only LOOK LIKE x16 slots...
Just like on my m8g, the second one is also a fake x16, soldered only x8.
Not sure tough, how much perf % that means, if you just run it x8.
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I have an Asus Z170-A and a single 980ti. Would I lose performance at all using the second PCI-e lane?

Not much difference - but you have tools such as Fraps and benchmarks available to check things yourself.
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Raja, I really like how nice you use to sound. I like to imagine flowers and rainbows when I read your answers.
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I have an Asus Z170-A and a single 980ti. Would I lose performance at all using the second PCI-e lane?
PCIE_1 will drop to x8. Gaming you will not see any difference since we're far from saturating x8 bandwidth even with SLI.
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Raja, I really like how nice you use to sound. I like to imagine flowers and rainbows when I read your answers.
that's funny! "look at all the little happy creatures dancing on the lawn"
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Thanks, Jpmboy. wink.gif
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