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post #10521 of 17580
BIOS 0003 has got me in a BIOS boot loop. I've got a PM in to ELMOR so I'm hoping he can get me squared away. I didn't check REFCLOCK 90, so this is on me. Anyone have any suggestions while I'm waiting to hear from ELMOR?

Basically, cleared CMOS, flashed 0003, and now I'm ending up in a "boot loop" (see videos below) in which it posts, I get a few flashing white cursors on a black screen, and then it ends up just jumping straight back into BIOS. This is while attempting to boot my OS, cannot get OS to load at all.

After a few failed attempts, CMOS clears, I then moved the LN2 jumper to "enabled." Same result. I have confirmed my boot M.2 drive is selected, etc.

Here are the 2 videos of the "BIOS BOOT LOOP." First video demonstrates the cursors, second is the on-mobo LCD display showing what cycles.


https://youtu.be/xvk6uDiVeAw (I cut this video a bit too short, at the end it basically goes to the BIOS screen again).
https://youtu.be/mhWBgsYGIZk
Edited by y0bailey - 4/21/17 at 5:16am
post #10522 of 17580
I have not been checking topic for 2 days but this new Memtest by W1zzard came out.
Its BETTER than Dos Memtest86 and windows HCI Memtest !!!!
Reason is... more stress on IMC. I passed 9 hours dos Memtest and 7 hours HCI Mamtest. And today after 20 or so minutes PC crashed while running this one. Bumped SoC by 1 tick and 1 hour Pass no problem smile.gif


https://www.techpowerup.com/232536/techpowerup-announces-memtest64-test-memory-from-within-windows#comments


Edited by lordzed83 - 4/21/17 at 5:24am
post #10523 of 17580
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

In that case, the ProcODT is likely still wrong but the workaround is downclocking sufficiently to get you through the POST process. I'd still tune ProcODT on a system like that, as the stability margin may be limited.
Hmm... 48 ended up being the only stable option for me on 0079 so I'll give that a shot when I get home. I just assumed that was normal behavior since I saw several others reporting the same after cutting power from the system.
post #10524 of 17580
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Originally Posted by lordzed83 View Post

I have not been checking topic for 2 days but this new Memtest by W1zzard came out.
Its BETTER than Dos memtest86 and windows HCI Memtest !!!!
Reason is... more stress on IMC. I passed 9 hours dos Memtest and 7 hours HCI Mamtest. And today after 20 or so minutes PC crashed while running this one. Bumped SoC by 1 tick and 1 hour Pass no problem smile.gif


https://www.techpowerup.com/232536/techpowerup-announces-memtest64-test-memory-from-within-windows#comments
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Hello

One needs to use the right tool for the right job. DOS based Memtest has been irrelevant for several years now when testing for in-operating system memory stability. With the exception of cache-memory interaction having a minor influence on testing HCI tests the memory subsystem only. Experience in tuning and an understanding of the components will dictate which test needs to be used to uncover and correct any instability of the system.
post #10525 of 17580
Curious as to who has fast boot enabled or disabled. Wondering if it will make a difference in my cold boot issue of it needing a reset once to boot up. Surprisingly changing the settings in BIOS. saving and restarting works fine haha.
    
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Beta software for P-state overclocking from OS

Can set P0/P1/P2 frequency and voltage, and is able to loading settings at boot. Should work on W7/8/10 x64. If you're on W7 you might have to install .NET 4.0.

To install, just run the main executable AsusZenStates.exe and it should take care of it.

* If you're on an earlier AGESA than 1004, you need to enable HPET in order to change P0 ratio or your system might go bonkers.

ASUS ZenStates 0.2.2


Edited by elmor - 4/24/17 at 9:52am
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Beta software for P-state overclocking from OS

Can set P0/P1/P2 frequency and voltage, and is able to loading settings at boot. Should work on W7/8/10 x64. If you're on W7 you might have to install .NET 4.0.

ASUS ZenStates v0.1

Wow, that came outa nowhere.

Might give this a go tonight.

Thanks for this.

Only thing really stopping me from using 4.0Ghz is not so much that'd it needs 1.42v, that's fine, it's the 1.49v I'd need to set in BIOS to get there. 1 failed boot and I'd have 1.7v blasted through my chip redface.gif
Edited by SpecChum - 4/21/17 at 5:46am
post #10528 of 17580
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Beta software for P-state overclocking from OS

Can set P0/P1/P2 frequency and voltage, and is able to loading settings at boot. Should work on W7/8/10 x64. If you're on W7 you might have to install .NET 4.0.

ASUS ZenStates v0.1

Cool, thx mate .. that was really unexpected. biggrin.gif
post #10529 of 17580
@elmor

I'm having some trouble with my Pstate overclock when in combination with 120.4 bclk overclock I was wondering if you could shed some light. I know from reading that Pstates and bclk are compatible and I've verified that with a 112.4mhz bclk, but when I try to raise bclk to 120.4, my x33.25 multiplier resets to x30 and won't increase further no matter what I set FID to. Is there a limit to bclk overclock using pstates or something else I need to know? I've repeated the process several times and I always get the same result.

EDIT - 0082 bios
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Originally Posted by elmor View Post

Beta software for P-state overclocking from OS

Can set P0/P1/P2 frequency and voltage, and is able to loading settings at boot. Should work on W7/8/10 x64. If you're on W7 you might have to install .NET 4.0.

To install, just run the main executable AsusZenStates.exe and it should take care of it.

ASUS ZenStates v0.1

This is great. How would we need to set things in bios for this to function?
Edited by kundica - 4/21/17 at 6:21am
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