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How you do that?

Im back on the bios i was on again had to flash to f3 again cause it went down to f2 when switching.

But the weird thing is sometimes if i do a cold shut it still does that on and off crap...

And when it does boot normal mouse doesn't work but there is a delay in the keyboard like 5secs delay... But if i plug the keyboard and mouse in the very top ports by the ps2 keyboard and mouse works perfect. Any other usb ports doeisnt work...


But if i switch the bios switch over to the other bios mouse and keyboard works???? What is going on... lol


I really hope this board is not dieing already:(
I bet it's that RAM causing issues.
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I would advise to start you BIOS tweaks again from scratch.

1. Disable DUAL BIOS - if you have switched BIOS positions, you can see the other Switch beside it. And a Marking on the PCB to tell you which position is Enabling Single BIOS Mode.
2. Pull the CMOS Battery out for several minutes. 10 minutes would be good.
3. After plugging in the battery back, Flash F3. Reboot to BIOS again and reflash. (I flash F1 first thinking it might wipe my previous BIOS' problems then flash the intended BIOS twice.
4. Redo your OC.

You can flash both BIOS positions before redoing your OC. thumb.gif


Oh i see now i thought sb meant something for the sound card sound blaster or something.... lol im new to this dual bios hing lol

So for normal used that should be in the sb position? Its in dual right now as it came to me.

Both of my switch's are to the right.

would this cause the issue im having?

cause even when it was at stock settings sometimes when i power off it does that power and on crap like less than a sec when i power on.. Like maybe the bios are switching back and forth.
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I bet it's that RAM causing issues.


Did the same when i took both rams out lol i thought the ram was the issue too. but even when i took them out it kept powering on and off less than a sec each time.
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Oh i see now i thought sb meant something for the sound card sound blaster or something.... lol im new to this dual bios hing lol

So for normal used that should be in the sb position? Its in dual right now as it came to me.

Both of my switch's are to the right.

would this cause the issue im having?

cause even when it was at stock settings sometimes when i power off it does that power and on crap like less than a sec when i power on.. Like maybe the bios are switching back and forth.

Not really sure if it will. But the notion is that you will have the control when to switch to the other BIOS. I have had a couple of chances tweaking stuff and after a reboot, it went to the other position. You just wanna avoid that for chances of borking both BIOS.
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Did the same when i took both rams out lol i thought the ram was the issue too. but even when i took them out it kept powering on and off less than a sec each time.
Didn't think you could boot the board without RAM installed...
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Didn't think you could boot the board without RAM installed...

Well what i mean it didint boot up but it just kept turning on and off very fast and also the lights kept binking with the revs.




Edit also it seems like the vcore is droping down even tho the mhzs stays the same? I got cool n quite off. in cpuz and hwin the lowest the vcore went was .0440 Like i said im very new to ryzen and also this bios.. lol Im so used to my asus sabber kitty lol...


Also the switch's seems to be in the right places for the bios main bios is on the right and sb is also on the right... Could've sworn it was on the left but i didn't get much sleep soo... lol


Not even sure maybe its my psu causing the reving of the fans and lights... Than again it powered my fx rig with out any problems and that uses more power hmm...
Edited by gordesky1 - 4/27/17 at 8:45am
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that could be seen on temperature as well, more power consumption means more heat.

A couple more degrees IIRC.



Edit:

Thanks a bunch - OCP might be the culprit by the look of things.
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I'm playing with an X99 Raider at work. Quite surprised by the plethora of options in the BIOS. Guess MSI has applied those DigitAll VRM options to the Titanium?
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I'm playing with an X99 Raider at work. Quite surprised by the plethora of options in the BIOS. Guess MSI has applied those DigitAll VRM options to the Titanium?

It has quite a few power delivery related options - the only other MSI AMD board I've had with Digitall options was this one https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130663

Which is an absolute beast.
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I'm playing with an X99 Raider at work. Quite surprised by the plethora of options in the BIOS. Guess MSI has applied those DigitAll VRM options to the Titanium?


It has quite a few power delivery related options - the only other MSI AMD board I've had with Digitall options was this one https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130663

Which is an absolute beast.

I get that feeling with the Raider. It doesn't look the part but it seems to be doing solid. Same capabilities as the RVE on the chips that I have tested. Temps are nice too.

I don't need to look down the VRM specs for those. X99 is always limited by the Internal VRegs anyway.

I will pull one and do some benching tomorrow. tongue.gif
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