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Originally Posted by madweazl View Post

The 90mhz BCLK is from 0003's EC update.

yea but how do I fix it? assuming this bios gets "stable" once vdimm issue is fixed - i can't overclock anymore.
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Good grief! I'm staying with BIOS 081 coupled with Asus Zenstate 0.2.2 until the next official release BIOS is launched.
post #12033 of 17565
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Originally Posted by GraveNoX View Post

There was a guy on youtube who needed 4pin + 8pin to stop cold boot issues, are you guys testing with both cables ?


I have used both plugs since install but the only thing that fixed cold boots for me was the SOC voltage adjustment.
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Originally Posted by madweazl View Post

Interesting; I haven't been doing any cold boots so I haven't run into the problem but I'll have to remember this.

well I can confirm, I'm on the 0083 BIOS at 125 BCLK and have no cold boot issues.
But indeed I do have the 4 and 8 pin power connectors connected.
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I have used both plugs since install but the only thing that fixed cold boots for me was the SOC voltage adjustment.

Were your cold boot issues memory settings not being kept, OC settings not being kept, or both? I haven't even attempted overclocking yet, but on cold boots my memory always reverts to 2133, even if it was only running at 2966 prior. I'd love a solution for that!! Maybe SOC voltage would help!
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Were your cold boot issues memory settings not being kept, OC settings not being kept, or both? I haven't even attempted overclocking yet, but on cold boots my memory always reverts to 2133, even if it was only running at 2966 prior. I'd love a solution for that!! Maybe SOC voltage would help!


Sorry I should have mentioned my cold boot issues where strictly memory speed related. Never had an issue with CPU OC sticking. I have been on bios 0082 since the day I received the board.
The problem I was having was during cold boot the system would restart 3 times before posting, then on the 3rd start I would go into the bios and the ram would be @ 2133 even though it showed 3200 as the selected speed. After rebooting from bios it would be at 3200. the volts prior to adjustment for soc was 1.113 and I changed it to 1.156 after that my cold boot issue was resolved.
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See this post and this.
Tried to find the video in my history but no luck.
There was only 1 opinion. Maybe on C6H the 4-pin have higher priority in specific scenarios. For example my PC draws 150W on UEFI but only 80-90W in Windows on idle so you need more power to enter BIOS (higher voltage) than Windows and maybe 4-pin has a higher priority before post.. Don't judge, I just throw ideas.
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I'll be honest I'm so far wasting my time watching another video linked before. So no interest to watch another when The Stilt and Raja have said what they have said. I mean no offense to you. Text can seem so cold/harsh at times redface.gif .
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The EPS12V connector can safely deliver 408W+ (34A @ 12.00V) on any properly built PSU (18 AWG wires, or better).

So just the 8 pin does above, and below both.
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Together these connectors can safely provide 612W+.

I have seen when running IBT AVX maximum no where near those figures for power draw for whole rig inc screen, etc.
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Just updated to 1106 and reported CPU temperatures seem to be about 5C higher than before. Or maybe it's just a particularly warm day today.
This is very problematic for me, because it means that under full load, my CPU can hit a reported "75.5C".
Since the maximum temperature allowed in Q-Fan is 75C, that means my fans all start spinning at maximum speed - which is 3000 RPM for the case fans.
Also, the minimum PWM duty cycle is now 20% which means that the fans spin faster than they need to at idle, and Q-Fan only goes up to 600 RPM minimum speed, not 800 RPM.

Can the range for these settings be extended, or can Q-Fan use the offset temperature instead of Tctl?
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Originally Posted by Bart View Post

Were your cold boot issues memory settings not being kept, OC settings not being kept, or both? I haven't even attempted overclocking yet, but on cold boots my memory always reverts to 2133, even if it was only running at 2966 prior. I'd love a solution for that!! Maybe SOC voltage would help!

That is a memory training issue. If it tries to train the memory and fails, it reverts to 2166. With 0079 and newer, the default was changed from attempting to train memory 5 times down to 1 time, and that causes that symptom for a fair number of people. Bump that number up to 5 times, and you should be free of that issue.
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