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Guys, can you clarify some nomenclature for me? When you say "cold boot", are you talking about "shut down/power cycle off" or are you talking about "disconnect from power /PSU off"?

Asking because because shut down is problem free for me, disconnecting from power on the other hand fails memory training (I guess).

It should do this in either situation, but the fix is aimed at fixing boot with high memory from PSU powered off like you're describing.
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For me, the amount of voltage that I need for 4.0 is not worth it (1700 here, also H110i). 1.45 for 4.0Ghz and 1.33 for 3.85Ghz, while the performance difference is almost 0 in daily work.

Sure, but in gaming the difference will be higher and you do realize that STOCK 1800X goes to 1.51v on AUTO newb/manufacturer rigs. So I hardly think 1.45v LLC 3 which leaves you at 1.41-1.45v constant is going to be any worse than AMD stock. I am at 4ghz 1.45v LLC 3 with H110i, it's worth it..
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Today I reverted to 1002 BIOS from 0082 because after 7 days of use 0082 BIOS get today 6 BSODs in about 4h and yesterday 2 and all was @idle. Dump says that drivers are problem and every time was another (all was system drvers). I suspecting RAM instability. With BIOS 1002 all works as intended.
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P0 VID will work if set lower than the default voltage but not higher. Also instead of using Offset for Vcore, using manual for a fixed voltage also works well just that no voltage drops will occur between the different PStates. For the 1700 owners I think I would recommend Manual if you have to set your voltages high just to prevent the 1.5v plus issue if the bios fails to post on startup with an overclock.

Is it safe to leave the voltage at 1.4V 24/7? With offset it'll drop down when at idling which is nice, and only hit 1.4V when the CPU spins up.
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Today I reverted to 1002 BIOS from 0082 because after 7 days of use 0082 BIOS get today 6 BSODs in about 4h and yesterday 2 and all was @idle. Dump says that drivers are problem and every time was another (all was system drvers). I suspecting RAM instability. With BIOS 1002 all works as intended.
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Sure, but in gaming the difference will be higher and you do realize that STOCK 1800X goes to 1.51v on AUTO newb/manufacturer rigs. So I hardly think 1.45v LLC 3 which leaves you at 1.41-1.45v constant is going to be any worse than AMD stock. I am at 4ghz 1.45v LLC 3 with H110i, it's worth it..

Same here but no bsod just app crashes

Well that's a bad stick to measure buy. 1.5 and above on auto is horrific. 1.45v is kinda a bit too high for daily use. I pretty sure the recommended oc voltage from AMD is lower than 1.45. I can do 3.9 @ 1.3 and 4ghz @ 1.41-1.42. However, not even worth it in my testing. Not that I care for processor longevity as I don't keep chips for too long but 1.41 for 4ghz today is gonna be 1.43 at a later date.
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Not sure if its been posted but there was an Aura update yesterday

Aura V1.04.29

2017/04/19

https://www.asus.com/uk/Motherboards/ROG-CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO/HelpDesk_Download/
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Happy with using "Sleep".
LOL. Working as intended.
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Not sure if its been posted but there was an Aura update yesterday

What does the sentence below mean? (from Asus website re. Aura update)

"please plug off PC from power source before installing software to ensure motherboard EC reset "
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What does the sentence below mean? (from Asus website re. Aura update)

"please plug off PC from power source before installing software to ensure motherboard EC reset "

Yeah, that's a bit nonsensical.
Anyway, I downloaded it and inside the zip file there is a folder 1.04.29 with the exact same timestamp and size as the Z270 sourced Aura which folk have been using anyway.
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Originally Posted by f1LL View Post

Guys, can you clarify some nomenclature for me? When you say "cold boot", are you talking about "shut down/power cycle off" or are you talking about "disconnect from power /PSU off"?

Asking because because shut down is problem free for me, disconnecting from power on the other hand fails memory training (I guess).
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It should do this in either situation, but the fix is aimed at fixing boot with high memory from PSU powered off like you're describing.

For me any ROM between 0902 to 0082 with full power removed from rig has only worked at 2400MHz, without = borked boot. Meddling with ProODT again last night with full power removed and trying to boot 3200MHz was no go frown.gif .
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Happy with using "Sleep".
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LOL. Working as intended.

Sorry gone over my head headscratch.gif .

For some "Sleep" is not working as intended. So only sharing what is workaround for me not to have borked boot on 3200MHz intermittently.
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