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Originally Posted by Gadfly View Post

Hold up there.

First: Are you cold booting, or restarting?

Cold booting you will get more 0d errors than restarting after a clean boot.

If your are cold booting, try the "press reset, hold, press retry, release both" trick. I find it works for random 0d's.

Second, Though the boards make a difference if something is wrong with them, CPU's more often than not make the biggest difference in booting memory.

I have one 1800x that will cold boot DDR4 3600 with tight timings, and one 1800x that can't cold boot ddr4 3200 unless the timings are SUPER loose. This is on the same board, with the same memory.

I have found it is best to cold boot with a safe default profile (power on, press the safe button, let it boot in safe mode, load safe profile, F10). Let the boot all the way into windows, then restart, enter bios, load your OC profile, f10, reboot.


If you get 0d errors even when warm booting, it is either you MB is bad, your memory can't handle the clock, or you CPU just does not have a good IMC.

Yes I've been cold booting so far. Look at my past post for all the things I've tried. I'll try said trick and then I'll go to bed for today I'm just worn out from all this frustrating *****...
post #9682 of 17483
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

@Benus74



This is clean install, 3.8GHz OC Pstate 0, default WIndows Profile selection not changed one thing. Will be doing benching as I did on Win 7 to see what power profile tweaks gives best performance.

@gupsterg This made the trick, I've opened the power settings in windows and my Minimum processor state was set to 90%, but yours is 5%.
Changed mine to 5% as well, and tadaam, my CPU is now switching to 1.5Ghz on Idle smile.gif

Thanks a lot for your help thumb.gif

btw - I'm now running 3.9Ghz @ +0.19375v and my 32G of RAM is at 3.2 Ghz @ 1.35v using timings 20-20-20-48-75 2T.

I've tried making lower timings but it didn't work, even by trying to set a manual VDDSOC.

But at the end of the day I'm very happy with my settings smile.gif

I'll try now to get lower voltages on CPU and RAM and see until it fails to work wink.gif
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By default, they are both set to the same value. The only reason to change both is if you want to set different values.

Edit: Nevermind. My computer cannot boot up cold, unless I set the DRAM VBoot to 1.35 manually, even though I already have the Vdram set at 1.35. It appears that they are not set at the same values. Is it a bug?
Edited by finalheaven - 4/16/17 at 2:18pm
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Nope also didn't work. Tried safe boot and said trick and neither helped... Can't make it through POST still getting stuck on Boot LED Qcode 0d
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Well, the Aura issue has now gotten worse.

The app runs but has no idea what board I've got, it seems. The only light available to control now is VRM lol

Not that I've got any lights that work anyway...


Might swap my board over today and get this one sent back.

EDIT: Here's what I get now:

I'm repeating myself, but I was ready to RMA too, until I tried this.

"I have some news on the Aura issue. I had tried uninstalling with control panel, and with CCleaner, and then cleaning the registry with the same program, but no success. In googling around on uninstalling Aura, I found a program called "Advanced Uninstaller PRO 12". I installed it, ran an uninstall of Aura 1.04.26 and a registry clean with the program. It did seem to find more files and references to fix. I then ran an install of Aura 1.04.29. It went a bit wonky and brought up the damn Doctor Dump thing, but then did install. I was not optimistic, but tried a startup of Aura and what do you know, it opened, showed the G.Skill RGB! I ran the calibration thing, and tried out some effects and now it all seems to work. I rebooted and opened it again, and still works. Some may be solved!"

So I would try uninstalling Aura with the "Advanced Uninstaller PRO 12".
Reboot after.
Install Aura 1.04.29.

See if it is a solve for you.
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Is anyone getting this error pop up in the event viewer.

The IO operation at logical block address 0x25d62740 for Disk 0 (PDO name: \Device\00000039) was retried.
Reset to device, \Device\RaidPort0, was issued.
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Update :

Currently running mass effect and heaven benchmark at the same time, game stable with 4 ghz 1.41 voltage LLC level 5. Ram is at 1.36 voltage 2933 mhz 12-12-12-32 1T. Highest voltage fluctuation on cpu seems to be 1.48. ram seems to be 1.395. Cpu temp's with corsair h100i v2 is in the 55C - 60 C range.
Edited by Alwrath - 4/16/17 at 1:04pm
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Is anyone getting this error pop up in the event viewer.

The IO operation at logical block address 0x25d62740 for Disk 0 (PDO name: \Device\00000039) was retried.
Reset to device, \Device\RaidPort0, was issued.

Is this a SATA drive? If so try a different SATA cable. That error could occur if there's a signaling problem with the connectors/cable.
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My POST issues have been getting worse and worse. It got to a point where I couldn't even reliably POST at stock settings. Finally I managed to resolve the issue...

I'm using a metal AM3 backplate on an older Cooler Master AIO cooler that's on my test bench (the Ryzen rig will eventually get swapped into a setup with a full EK loop). I removed the backplate and noticed that the test points around the socket were pushing pretty hard into the cardboard gasket that cooler master provides. Using kapton tape (aka polymide tape) I covered all of the test points around the entire socket area and reapplied the backplate. All of my POST issues went away and things are back to the way they were when I got started. Asus uses a decent amount of solder on their test points so they stick up a noticeable amount.

I'm guessing there's some slight conductivity in the adhesive or capacitance being created to the backplate through the cardboard. The kapton tape helped create a better electrical barrier. This is somewhat similar to the situation with the EK gasket that people were able to solve using the included backplate liner.

For any of you having issues POSTing and using a metallic backplate, try using kapton on the test points around the socket.
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post #9690 of 17483
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@Benus74

I have just finished full Win 10 Pro clean install on 3.8/3200 OC, I will share what goes on regarding PowerPlan/downclocking wink.gif . Perhaps another will share as well wink.gif .

@all

Code 8 is like a universal Q-Code for instability / borked rig. Linked this post before from Elmor on HWBot.

Yesterday I did some 4.0GHz subs to HWBot, rig fine all day, revert to 3.8/3200 profile as usual fine for rest of evening. 3x today PC just went q-code 8 whilst downloading Win 10 Creators edition ISO frown.gif .

I reflashed UEFI and all seems fine now, I believe sometimes something is retained in UEFI from "tinkering", so if known good settings go Q-Code 8 it maybe best to just reflash and start with clean slate.

Not saying my answer or experience is right, just sharing in case it help someone.

@bluej511

Sweet thumb.gif , nice to read you've got 3200MHz for sure smile.gif .

I found the same thing - when settings that I know "work", but won't function (boot errors, etc.) I found a bios re-flash, then clear cmos to fix things.
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