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So it is no the PCB, I have PCB1.04, 2xe5-2699 ES, bios 3204, 96 GB ddr4 2133MHz and a M2 SSD disk.

Is your ram registered ram?
post #352 of 677
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I have 2 2699v4 chipos iunsrtalled in my system with out issue
i saw you old post here saying that you have the same problem, what do you do to boot with two cpus?
post #353 of 677
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Is your ram registered ram?

Yes, it is necessary, it is samsung ECC registered
post #354 of 677
BIOS time/POST is at 2000 sec right now LOL what settings can I use to reduce this….
post #355 of 677
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That is a very interesting observation I am going to have to experiment with it, if that works then the trick will be finding the highest stable level while setting the memory low enough to compensate where it is still running at full speed to get the highest CPU speed while maintaining full ram speed.

Edit; I just checked and my 2133 mhz ram at level two is running at 2176 mhz so yes I can confirm ram speed does up and likely the reason I can't boot at level 3.

I did a little experimenting lowered the ram to 2000 mhz and set the Blck to 103.00 would not boot, next lowered ram to 1866 mhz still would not boot went back to 102.00 and auto setting for ram and it boots fine.

I suspect turning up the processor speed raises more than just the ram speed causing instability, because from what I could tell by drives became un-readable due to the fact that when I lowered it to 102.00 Windows 10 tried to do a boot repair.
post #356 of 677
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BIOS time/POST is at 2000 sec right now LOL what settings can I use to reduce this….

The only thing I could find that lowered boot time was enabling UEFI.

Mine is about 35 seconds.
post #357 of 677
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The only thing I could find that lowered boot time was enabling UEFI.

Mine is about 35 seconds.

I do have UEFI enabled
post #358 of 677
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Originally Posted by tCoLL View Post

I do have UEFI enabled

You need to start from scratch if it is taking your motherboard 2000 seconds to post. I mean, are you literally meaning 30 mins? After 2 mins I'm hitting the reset button, so I would be impressed if you're actually waiting 30 mins lol.

If you're having post problems, watch the Q-Code, which one is it getting stuck on? This may help point to your slow-down.

If not, start with just bare items (1 CPU, Memory, and ASPEED Video output) and go from there. If you are having problems from that, then swap out the CPU and memory.

Are you running ES processors?

I'm guessing it could be all of the peripherals you're running is taking some time to Post. Maybe disabling CSM after enabling all UEFI?
post #359 of 677
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BIOS time/POST is at 2000 sec right now LOL what settings can I use to reduce this….

Even SuperMicro server boards don't take that long... 2k seconds is 33m and 20 seconds, which means either you went for a Starbucks run or are really patient.
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I botched my spell check with that post for sure. I went through 6 board rma's before asus just sent me a new one. The issue I had was odd every time I got an rma'd board I'd have a new issue 4 out of the 6 boards would not boot with both cpus installed, one board booted both cpus but lost 4 memory lanes, and find ally they sent me a new board that 100 percent worked. Revision is still 1.04 so I am thinking perhaps there is a board issue somewhere since they kept telling me all the rma'd boards they sent me were verified working. So I hope estly have no clue I'm on bios 3204 also.
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