Originally Posted by Gadfly
Cpu ratios and vcore will not save in bios.
I can save the ratios and core voltsge and reboot, board will post but will be at default clock speed and voltage.
Anyone seen this before?
i just experienced this but with my ram. i set my ram to 3200, 14-14-14-14-34, 1.35v's, saved, rebooted, it shutdown instead of rebooting, but booted itself back up, and didn't set 3200. ironically it did set 14-14-14-14-34, 1.35v's, and changed soc voltage to 1.15v's. i had to go back into bios, reset everything again, then saved, it told me i made no changes, but i saved anyways, and it finally booted at 3200.
edit - edit again for some clarification:
well interesting. seems like my flare x kit can't boot from a cold boot at 3200. does three boots then defaults back to 2400. previous bios.... usually with a cold boot it does boot twice at first start up, but the second boot, boots perfectly fine. my first crosshair did the same even at default ram speeds (2133mhz and now 2400mhz). it did this too with 3200mhz with bios 1002 since that was the first bios i had when i got my flare x kit. so the three boot and fail, default back to 2400 but keeps everything, when 3200mhz is set with a cold boot is new with 0081. when i say cold boot, i mean unplug the power cable.
boot from shutdown after being off ""seems"" ok. well, at least with 2400 i never had issues, even going two days straight powered off, but with the power cord plugged in. the few times i tried with 3200 though with 3200 its only been a few minutes.
well i tried a vboot of 1.35v's and that didn't help. i don't know why its able to do it from a warm boot and not a cold boot. odd.
edit: 2933mhz works. i'll keep it at 2933mhz until the next bios and try again.Edited by orlfman - 4/11/17 at 8:40pm