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Well putting my pc to sleep was a mistake. Booted up instant code 8, reset cmos and loads the uefi window then black screen code 8. I now have the w10 advanced start up that booted trying to reset w10 to see if it works. What a load of crud. First time this has happened.
    
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I have had no sleep issues since starting to use it yesterday ~7am. It was also left in sleep mode last night and AOK this morning on wake. So I've done numerous sleep/wake, varying lengths.

PC has gone to sleep automatically when left alone as it should, waking from keyboard or wireless mouse AOK.

Now I just turned PC off and on within seconds, borked boot.

I'm sticking to sleep mode, seems best solution for my "setup".

I did try various ProcODT before and did not help me, will try again.
Edited by gupsterg - 4/19/17 at 4:34pm
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Okay. When you get time, try an AC power cycle with the ODT set to the value that you found and see if it fires up without going into safe mode.

Gave it 20 mins without AC at all: Power on, F9->8, goes to the red LED stage -> 8, and booted fine on the 3rd try. Increasing my tries to 6 in case it decides to stumble again, but I can't complain about the cold boot stability this early on the platform's lifetime. Going to stick to those settings until the May AGESA, then I might try for 3600+ or better timings.
    
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What are you even talking about? We have an ASUS rep and an ROG rep constantly replying on this thread offering advice, info, and beta bios whenever they are released. Get your head out of the clouds man. This is the best AM4 board with the best support.

I agree that Elmor and Raja are very helpful as is this 1000 page forum. I guess my point is more for newbs buying and building a system. They are not going to find this forum and sure as hell are not going to try out 4 random beta bioses. They want to just go to Asus website and see frequent official bioses that just work. My point is other mobos from Asus and other manufacturers have a few bioses since the last 1002 official was released for this board, that is just a fact, and it shouldn't be that way. There should be more official bioses posted for this mobo than any other.
post #10205 of 17443
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

I have had no sleep issues since starting to use it yesterday ~7am. It was also left in sleep mode last night and AOK this morning on wake. So I've done numerous sleep/wake, varying lengths.

PC has gone to sleep automatically when left alone as it should, waking from keyboard or wireless mouse AOK.

Now I just turned PC off and on within seconds, borked boot.

I'm sticking to sleep mode, seems best solution for my "setup".

I did try various ProcODT before and did not help me, will try again.

Had to reset w10 but worked. I may try a fresh install i think but still gotta stick away from sleep for now.

Missing all my programs on ssd so might as well fresh install
    
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Good to know Auto is okay for you. Might be worth stressing the system and see if it holds up. Also might be worth experimenting with a higher frequency and seeing what happens - that is if you're curious enough to find out.
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Yeah, for something meaningful data wise, I'd need something more thorough.

i'm memtesting nearly all 64gb right now, no errors. i have run multiple hours of realbench but that never quite used all avaliable memory at any given time. prime 95 for almost 6hrs mo errors.

for power cycling i dont remember exactly how long ive left pc totally powered down but will do it again ant time it. total power down for me tho has resulted in the less anoying 3-boot sessions before finally posting.
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Right on commander! Totally agree. I've moaned a bit myself. But I felt guilty afterward, lol.

I just have my fans set so that the random spikes dont trigger them. Sustained high load ramps them up normally.
I think the transient on the CPU will be absorbed by the thermal inertia of the cooler block.
In reality it does not matter if the temps are right, all that matters is if it gets hotter than idle for ages then your fans respond.

Also on a side note, I got the dead Trident Z RGB Bling going again by uninstalling Aura with the aforementioned method and the Gskill software actually loaded and reset the sticks first time!
I was utterly astounded.
Its the little things...
smile.gif

LOL, yes guess we still get mesmerized by shiny things, and the G.Skill does do some cool effects - looks way better IMOP than the other RGB stick brands.
post #10208 of 17443
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Small BCLK changes at first. Even single digits. Will take some time if what your system needs is different to the values reported thus far.

Tried every setting in ProcODT and still have F9 08 at cold boot.

43.6, 48, 53.3, 60 and 68.6 Boot fine from Warmboot.

Boots to safe mode 2133.

Reboot works fine though.....
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I haven't received all my parts yet to build a rig, and some are so scarce I have yet to order them. The Asus 1080Ti with 3 fans is in scalper mode, for example, and not all FlareX listed to support the C6H are actually available. However, in the fullness of time, I will try to accommodate your request -- but I hope in the spirit of economy to have to do it for only one pair of DRAM.

I have ordered a C6H, so I look forward to discovering how many values the C6H provides as options for this parameter.

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@bluej511

I guess we just gotta find/use what work best for our setup.

I'm done on CPU/RAM OC, I do not care if boot issue for 3200MHz get resolved, just gonna use sleep/wake mode.

My only thing on wish list is UEFI allow SIO CPU Sensor mode change. So I don't need the app in OS startup that Elmor posted to remove +5°C offset.

Just gonna now use PC rather than tinker.
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