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I don't think that will help, looking at the theories presented so far... heh

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If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, then what would happen to John Smith's toaster when Dave throws it in the bath water whilst Peter is pecking his peppers.

Ok then, why not enlighten me instead of mocking and being condescending?

The subject in question was... "I'll see if you can ponder over the repercussions of toggling profiles from one POST to the next with MRC FastBoot disabled."

Correct me if I'm wrong but disabling MRC Fastboot, enables memory training.

My answer was... "Basically with MRC Fastboot Disabled, the memory training should happen anyway on reboot. The starting point for this could depend on how the learned data is stored."
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Then the latter is what you should have said wink.gif
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Then the latter is what you should have said wink.gif

I did....
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Basically with MRC Fastboot Disabled, the memory training should happen anyway on reboot. The starting point for this could depend on how the learned data is stored.

Because I'm not trained in the dark art of bios programming, My previous post was a selection of theoretical scenarios which seem quite plausible, and a selection of answers based on those scenario's. With a couple of questions at the end.
Edited by Deders - 1/31/16 at 7:34am
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I did....
Because I'm not trained in the dark art of bios programming, My previous post was a selection of theoretical scenarios which seem quite plausible, and a selection of answers based on those scenario's. With a couple of questions at the end.

Plausible doesn't really come into it. First and foremost I'm not sure what your referencing to profiling throughout your post was speaking about - maybe that wasn't necessarily the right question to ask but you seem to have a misconstrued view on what an XMP profile actually does (or doesn't). I blame myself for trying to miniaturise it when it's not within my scope to do so.

I'd focus on learning to use the UEFI beyond that before worrying about these things. Unless you are experiencing memory training failures, in which case you're much better off asking questions that a broader audience could answer without confusing matters further.
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Plausible doesn't really come into it. First and foremost I'm not sure what your referencing to profiling throughout your post was speaking about - maybe that wasn't necessarily the right question to ask but you seem to have a misconstrued view on what an XMP profile actually does (or doesn't). I blame myself for trying to miniaturise it when it's not within my scope to do so.

I'd focus on learning to use the UEFI beyond that before worrying about these things. Unless you are experiencing memory training failures, in which case you're much better off asking questions that a broader audience could answer without confusing matters further.

Ahh, I was talking about the custom profiles you can save all your settings to. I didn't realise you meant XMP profiles.
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Ahh, I was talking about the custom profiles you can save all your settings to. I didn't realise you meant XMP profiles.

If that's so I wouldn't encroach this subject again for quite some time lol
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If that's so I wouldn't encroach this subject again for quite some time lol

Because there was a reasonable misunderstanding over the first thing that comes to mind in two different people's heads when someone says profiles?
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I've never had to play at being dumb or sometimes it's better to let people think I'm stupid than opening my mouth and confirming there suspicions

You sir.. win the "Yogi Award" (no really, it's an honor).


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I don't think that will help, looking at the theories presented so far... heh
Better yet - . I'll have the pints. biggrin.gif
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You sir.. win the "Yogi Award" (no really, it's an honor).
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