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New Bios for Asus Z170-A in Asus' website. I have lost my faith in BIOS updates, but maybe anyone could try if adaptive is finally fixed. biggrin.gif
post #1772 of 5772
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Originally Posted by smonkie View Post

New Bios for Asus Z170-A in Asus' website. I have lost my faith in BIOS updates, but maybe anyone could try if adaptive is finally fixed. biggrin.gif

Perhaps you missed this:
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Originally Posted by Praz View Post

Hello

Below are some screenshots I saved while testing. First one is with default UEFI settings and LLC set to level 5. Windows power plan set to balanced using Prme95 small FFTs. The second pic is using the same settings except CPU voltage set to Adaptive with 1.405V and multiplier at 46x. Third screenshot is the overclock result with the first set of waveforms overlaid. Adaptive mode follows Intel's default rules completely.








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Originally Posted by jleslie246 View Post

I left all the settings default except for changing to XMP so my memory timing would be right. Default has "synch all cores" checked. Should I change that?

EDIT:

I sub'ed the Skylake OC Guide (saw it in your profile). Ill work through that this weekend.
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synch all cores is fine. Raja's (non-extreme) guide will help a lot. thumb.gif
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post #1774 of 5772
Hi all.

My new pc promlem pls help me.. Coold Double boot issue

Mbo: ASUS Z170-A
CPU: I7-6700K OC: 4,5 GHZ 1.296V max IBT stress
RAM: G.Skill F4-3000C15Q-16GRBB Ripjaws4
GPU: Giga GTX 970 G1
PSU: Corsair TX650 V.1 ATX 2.2

When I boot up the PC after it has been offline for a longer ammount of time (5-6 hours or a day), it immediately shuts down after the boot screen (right when the windows startup screen comes up). On a second start it works fine, no issues after that. Suspected that there is an issue with the PSU waking up the CPU. It is an older PSU (Corsair TX650 ver.1; ATX ver. 2.2), and multiple hardware forums suggested, that if the CPU is in deep sleep (C6/C7 status), then older PSUs have a hard time waking them up. I disabled the C6/C7 status for the CPU in the BIOS in power management settings (CPU C-state [Disabled]), but it did not fix the problem. Tried multiple versions of the factory BIOS.
Side note: The boot up process is quite long (aprox. 40sec), it does not stagnate on any precise point, and it does not come up with any errors, it just takes a longer time then it should.
Looking for suggestions on a fix, a different BIOS version or maybe buy a new PSU that can handle C6/C7 status (ATX ver. 2.3 or newer).
Thank you for your help in advance. PSU problem ?
Szinyak
post #1775 of 5772
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

that's ASUS core optimization vs synch all cores. thumb.gif

What is the difference between asus core optimization and sync all cores?

What exactly does asus core optimization do?
    
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Originally Posted by smonkie View Post

New Bios for Asus Z170-A in Asus' website. I have lost my faith in BIOS updates, but maybe anyone could try if adaptive is finally fixed. biggrin.gif

Give it a go and let us know, they haven't updated the microcode which is what they said they were still testing a week or two ago.
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Bios 1203 - what is the list of changes?
If it works properly, adaptive?
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Ask Mikey...

It's on the deluxe site now too. Perhaps it can tell if a fan is PWM vs voltage controlled now? Can tell the difference between a keyboard and a wireless mouse? That's probably steelseries fault though.
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post #1779 of 5772
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Originally Posted by Szinyak View Post

Hi all.

My new pc promlem pls help me.. Coold Double boot issue

Mbo: ASUS Z170-A
CPU: I7-6700K OC: 4,5 GHZ 1.296V max IBT stress
RAM: G.Skill F4-3000C15Q-16GRBB Ripjaws4
GPU: Giga GTX 970 G1
PSU: Corsair TX650 V.1 ATX 2.2

When I boot up the PC after it has been offline for a longer ammount of time (5-6 hours or a day), it immediately shuts down after the boot screen (right when the windows startup screen comes up). On a second start it works fine, no issues after that. Suspected that there is an issue with the PSU waking up the CPU. It is an older PSU (Corsair TX650 ver.1; ATX ver. 2.2), and multiple hardware forums suggested, that if the CPU is in deep sleep (C6/C7 status), then older PSUs have a hard time waking them up. I disabled the C6/C7 status for the CPU in the BIOS in power management settings (CPU C-state [Disabled]), but it did not fix the problem. Tried multiple versions of the factory BIOS.
Side note: The boot up process is quite long (aprox. 40sec), it does not stagnate on any precise point, and it does not come up with any errors, it just takes a longer time then it should.
Looking for suggestions on a fix, a different BIOS version or maybe buy a new PSU that can handle C6/C7 status (ATX ver. 2.3 or newer).
Thank you for your help in advance. PSU problem ?
Szinyak


Windows 10? Msi afterburner? Precision X?
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Which version of prime95 are you using? Versions before 28.7 had a bug that gives errors when using FMA3/AVX.

I'm using Prime95 version 28.4.

Today I just turned my pc on for the first time since last night and it took about 4 minutes to go through POST. Anyone ever have that issue?
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