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Your anti-virus may have removed the Zenstate file. I am using Symantec myself and have to restore the files from quarantine and then exclude them from future scans. This has to be done for every new version of Zenstate. Different anti-virus software will behave differently on this.


I am running with no antivirus at the moment Avast has been promoted to the recycle bin for behaving more like a virus than any virus.

But yes Avast was being overly intrusive the first times I tried installing. "the zenstate file" you mention should be replaced with a new install, surely.

Are you saying the antivirus has deleted some part of windows or just "the Zenstate" file. I have reinstalled many times, its just f%&^ed and I am getting a bit narky with the whole deal.

 

CeltPC I have tried your suggestion too but no joy.


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Originally Posted by FloppyDrive View Post

He's running at 2T, so it's not the 1107 Bios.

1107 only boots with 2133mhz for me i have 4x8gb ram i am running same ram on 2666mhz on 0083
    
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So I swapped CPU coolers and installed hybrid kits on my 1080tis. I go to turn on my computer and now it's stuck on post code 0d...

Tried flashing bios, pulling jumper, clearing cmos, 1 card, 1 dimm, different ram. Nothing...

Should I RMA the board? It's either the board or the CPU that is dead or defective I'd imagine.

Thoughts?!?

Go pick up a cheap video card, just a $50 crappy card to see if your system boots.

What hybrid cooler kit did you install? Are you 100% sure you plugged the GPU's power connectors in? What CPU cooler did you install?
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So do y'all remember those corrupted SPD's on G.Skill RGB memory kits a while back?

I appear to have caught the same bug, but with a pair of Corsairs (cmk16gx4m2b3000c15) that are no RGB.

I am booting with both sticks in for 16GB, but only 8GB are usable. The rest is hardware reserved (according to task manager).

In SPD in BIOS, I see them fine (although the serial number for both modules is 0000000).

In CPU-Z, the SPD tab is completely blank for all slots.

It worked fine before I attempted to achieve at least 2666 MHz by changing the ProOCDT impedance to 68.6, messing with voltages (never past 1.4 DRAMv though) and so on.

I have tried all conceivable BIOSes. 1001, 1002, 1107 and the experimental 0003.

Here's Thaiphoon:


CPU-Z (same blank page for all 4 slots):


CPU-Z Memory tab + task manager:



Am I screwed? I have never had the Aura RGB software installed. It is a fresh install of Windows.
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The new 1107 BIOS worked great for me. Updated from 0903 and could immediately boot with RAM at 3200 MHz using the standard D.O.C.P. profile. I have CMK16GX4M2B3200C16, V 5.39. I suppose I shouldn't be this positively surprised about it, since it should have worked in the first place, but it's better late than never!
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So do y'all remember those corrupted SPD's on G.Skill RGB memory kits a while back?

I appear to have caught the same bug, but with a pair of Corsairs (cmk16gx4m2b3000c15) that are no RGB.

I am booting with both sticks in for 16GB, but only 8GB are usable. The rest is hardware reserved (according to task manager).

In SPD in BIOS, I see them fine (although the serial number for both modules is 0000000).

In CPU-Z, the SPD tab is completely blank for all slots.

It worked fine before I attempted to achieve at least 2666 MHz by changing the ProOCDT impedance to 68.6, messing with voltages (never past 1.4 DRAMv though) and so on.

I have tried all conceivable BIOSes. 1001, 1002, 1107 and the experimental 0003.

Here's Thaiphoon:


CPU-Z (same blank page for all 4 slots):


Am I screwed? I have never had the Aura RGB software installed. It is a fresh install of Windows.


No more screwed than the rest of us. Just need to spend money fixing it. You should bill Asus . Or they should give a licensed copy of Thaiphoon with every purchase!

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The new 1107 BIOS worked great for me. Updated from 0903 and could immediately boot with RAM at 3200 MHz using the standard D.O.C.P. profile. I have CMK16GX4M2B3200C16, V 5.39. I suppose I shouldn't be this positively surprised about it, since it should have worked in the first place, but it's better late than never!

Same RAM here and same result, except for the odd cold morning f9 (which i haven't had in 3 days since its been 20°C in my room past 3 days) its been working flawlessly.
    
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Hey guys, keeping up with this thread was a full time job, and my settings seemed solid about a month ago. Recently checked in saw Elmor mention something about PStates and voltages. Opened up HWiNFO and noticed my voltages much higher than I was used to seeing. When I originally calibrated the system, I was using an offset of 0.04375V, with PState 0 FID set to A4 (4.1ghz). I nevered touched the PState voltage. HWiNFO at the time was showing anywhere between 1.34-ish under load, with occasional jumps to 1.41. When I checked the voltages tonight though, I was seeing jumps up to 1.51V! I'm not sure how long things have been like that.

I updated to the latest BIOS now (1107) and am no longer using PStates to overclock... just manual voltage. I'm finding I can't hit 4.1ghz stable anymore, and my temps are noticeably higher. What is going on? What did I miss? Is the latest HWiNFO beta showing accurate voltages and temps?

I know there's some PState overclocking software, but I'd rather do it from the BIOS... is it expected to work eventually?

Kind of freaking out that my volts could have been so high for so long. My PC never failed DRAM training though, so I'm not sure why the fluctuation. I was previously on BIOS 081. Maybe HWiNFO is just reporting the wrong numbers currently?

Have you checked your CPU clockspeeds when you saw the 1.5v ? Probably you where running in recovery mode but never saw it. Happend a few times here.
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No more screwed than the rest of us. Just need to spend money fixing it. You should bill Asus . Or they should give a licensed copy of Thaiphoon with every purchase!

Why Asus? His problem doesn't sound like the corrupted SPD issue. I think the sticks are just faulty..
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Have you installed the chipset drivers? Also those L3 speeds are very low which usually means you need more SOC voltage.

I do have the chipset drivers installed. What kind of L3 speeds should I be seeing? This is an outdated version of AIDA64 fwiw.

Speaking of SoC voltage, yeah, I probably need more. I was running 1.10v with 3200 for a while and kept having stuttering in games. Putting it up to 1.15v got rid of it. Yet the system was fully 'stable' and passing stress tests. Not sure if it's a coincidence, but I got 400 points higher in unigine heaven benchmark after raising it as well. Anyone else seen this sorta thing?

I can actually boot with the ram at 3700+ 14-14-14-34 with no problem too, just haven't had a chance to try and find out if there's a way to get it stable. Not bad for 3200 sticks.
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