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Cheers mate, it was very useful. It's best to leave MR fast boot at auto then, I take it.
If your memory is stable, you should ensble it to hsve a fast bootup time unless you absolutely dont mind the long bootup time.
    
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Cheers mate, it was very useful. It's best to leave MR fast boot at auto then, I take it.

I had fast boot enabled for a while but got random restarts which, in the old days were blue screens when on XMP Profile (3000) so I went down to whatever it was 2133 and it was fine. So I went back to 3000 and disabled the fast boot. Been fine ever since. I use sleep mostly sop the extended boot time doesn't bother me.
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Apologies for quoting my previous comment but is there anyone here who has problems with pre-POST time? As for me, it takes about 15-20 seconds before I see the Asus logo. This issue is completely unrelated to CPU/RAM OC or VCCIO/SA voltages. I also enabled MR fast boot but it didn't help at all.

Thanks

I used a stop watch here (M8G);

Power-on to speaker beep: 13 seconds
Speaker beep to ROG logo: 6 seconds
Power-on to ROG logo: 19 seconds

Not worried or concerned in the least.

Edit: This is with BIOS 902. Times with BIOS 907, which has the latest adaptive bug, were obviously shorter but that was insufficient reason to continue using it.
Edited by oparr - 10/24/15 at 1:46pm
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I'm using the so called non-adaptive BIOS here myself (1001) and from cold-boot it's.

14 seconds until monitor get's a signal
17 until I see a ROG logo (if I could get the monitor signal on earlier I'd be more confident if this number is true)
19 seconds till I'm in the OS.

After above test, the Task Manager shows: last BIOS time 17.1 seconds but I've never figured what this actually means.

Fast-Boot enabled
Boot set to Turbo
Smart Self-Test off

The BIOS is missing options that existed with Z87 board and also shows on the hero manual, such as SATA support (All/HDD/Last Boot) and USB Support (Partial Initial) at least for me... these might shave off another second or two.
Edited by error-id10t - 10/24/15 at 3:27pm
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I had fast boot enabled for a while but got random restarts which, in the old days were blue screens when on XMP Profile (3000) so I went down to whatever it was 2133 and it was fine. So I went back to 3000 and disabled the fast boot. Been fine ever since. I use sleep mostly sop the extended boot time doesn't bother me.

I had the same problem with fast boot

it turn up the memory vottage 1 step 1.35

and I increased the system agent to 1.20 +1 step and the VCCIO to 1.15 + 1 step and it seems to have done the trick.

have asus z170 deluxe
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DDR4 training is largely implemented by Intel. Intel has a NDA around what is done so it isn't well documented but the basic process seems to adjust voltages and timings for relative humidity and temperature based on some tests. The RAM can drift so this adjusts for that. The best discussion I saw was from this paper. http://teledynelecroy.com/doc/introduction-to-ddr4-design-and-test

However, exactly what Intel chose to implement and how well it was done etc. And if ASUS tweaked it is unknown. With ASROCK kicking their butt in max overclock competitions they may messed with it. If you look at the benchies on stock speeds ASUS is always a bit faster. They could in theory have tweaked this area a bit. Something has to explain all the 55 q codes and long boot times lol.
Think I'll wander over to an asrock thread and troll. rolleyes.gif
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thanks.

i think i fixed it, i checked the program window and besides the realtek driver there was the sonic suite plugins, after uninstalling just that the mic stopped making that awful sound.

nvm that, removing sonic suite activated "perfect voice" always on by default, cancelling the white noise when i monitored the mic but cutting words.
tried with default windows drivers but same noise.

i guess ill have to live with it.
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Think I'll wander over to an asrock thread and troll. rolleyes.gif

Asrock thread, where do you find those?
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nvm that, removing sonic suite activated "perfect voice" always on by default, cancelling the white noise when i monitored the mic but cutting words.
tried with default windows drivers but same noise.

i guess ill have to live with it.

We cant remove sonic suite on its own can we, think we have to uninstall realtek drivers and that uninstalls sonic suite then, well thats on the ranger board anyway.
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Asrock thread, where do you find those?
Lol - ain't that the truth!
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