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Guys have your k7 board ever gone in a boot loop? Like on and off with the fans reving at the same time and less than a sec?
And is my bios switchs in the right position they all to the right.
everything runs great when it boots up in windows, But when i restart or even shut down sometimes it will go in a boot loop and it takes like 3 to 5 times turning off the psu switch to get it started:(
Im on the f3 bios on one of the bios that i use.

It happened to me due to bad overclock or ram timings..

At the moment ram past 3k Mhz is unstable.. You get that issue (That's what I noticed when I was trying to force my XMP to work).
Try to load all defaults 1st and use the system as is and see if it's stable. Do a reboot then and tweak/oc.

I was able to make my oc and rams to what I desire with a b it of mix and matching of timings and voltages. It was tedious redface.gif even a slight volt change then bam boot loop.
But now happily computing and waiting for the May AGESA update and new bios from giga.

Best is to have a flash drive ready and save your profiles there.
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Originally Posted by Sev501 View Post

It happened to me due to bad overclock or ram timings..

At the moment ram past 3k Mhz is unstable.. You get that issue (That's what I noticed when I was trying to force my XMP to work).
Try to load all defaults 1st and use the system as is and see if it's stable. Do a reboot then and tweak/oc.

I was able to make my oc and rams to what I desire with a b it of mix and matching of timings and voltages. It was tedious redface.gif even a slight volt change then bam boot loop.
But now happily computing and waiting for the May AGESA update and new bios from giga.

Best is to have a flash drive ready and save your profiles there.

Ok glad im not the ony one that had that issue lol

Now do you know if the board also does that with no ram installed? cause when it was doing that i remove the ram on the next boot up to see if it will stay on but beep at me like other boards i had, and it did the same boot loop...

oh you can save the settings to a usb stick?
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Ok glad im not the ony one that had that issue lol

Now do you know if the board also does that with no ram installed? cause when it was doing that i remove the ram on the next boot up to see if it will stay on but beep at me like other boards i had, and it did the same boot loop...

oh you can save the settings to a usb stick?

Have not tried booting the board without rams. But yes you can save profiles / screenshots from the bios to a usb stick, just need it to be in FAT32 format.
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A board without RAM is not a PC. lol biggrin.gif
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Have not tried booting the board without rams. But yes you can save profiles / screenshots from the bios to a usb stick, just need it to be in FAT32 format.
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A board without RAM is not a PC. lol biggrin.gif




True that lol Just wanted too see if the ram was the issue at the time smile.gif
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Might go back to F2 bios, second time now that F3 has given me the unable to load rom or something error and then not been able to post. Had to boot with F2 secondary bios and reflash main to F3 again. I though it happened last time because I wan't in dual bios mode, but it just did it again today in single bios mode =\

Also got my EK waterblock installed a day ago, been running great and dropped 20C off my load temp with ~110W of heat according to hwmonitor.

I had the same issue yesterday, "ROM Image is not loaded ROM Image update denied" message in the bios, so i loaded defaut settings and ... infinite bootloop doh.gif
post #1017 of 1634
Hey guys, I can't get my memory speed above 2133 MHz. I have the Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz C16 Desktop Memory Kit – White (CMK16GX4M2B3200C16W)
Whenever I try to increase the memory speed, my PC goes into a boot loop and displays F9. Also, after I tried and failed to set the RAM to its XMP profile (had to press the "reset" button on the board), I now can't get my CPU (Ryzen 1700) to overclock at all. Before, it was completely stable at 4 GHz and 1.4 V. Any help is greatly appreciated!
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Hey guys, I can't get my memory speed above 2133 MHz. I have the Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz C16 Desktop Memory Kit – White (CMK16GX4M2B3200C16W)
Whenever I try to increase the memory speed, my PC goes into a boot loop and displays F9. Also, after I tried and failed to set the RAM to its XMP profile (had to press the "reset" button on the board), I now can't get my CPU (Ryzen 1700) to overclock at all. Before, it was completely stable at 4 GHz and 1.4 V. Any help is greatly appreciated!


Are you running f3 bios? I had the same problem with the ram on the stock f2 bios. with f3 i can run 2933.
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post #1019 of 1634
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Originally Posted by gordesky1 View Post

Guys have your k7 board ever gone in a boot loop? Like on and off with the fans reving at the same time and less than a sec?

And is my bios switchs in the right position they all to the right.

everything runs great when it boots up in windows, But when i restart or even shut down sometimes it will go in a boot loop and it takes like 3 to 5 times turning off the psu switch to get it started:(

Im on the f3 bios on one of the bios that i use.

 

It does that occasionally on F2 but I catch it, go back in to the BIOS, save and quit to boot right to Windows. Otherwise, my RAM will default back down to 2133MHz instead of 2666MHz. I'm just waiting on a clearly stated BIOS update which states it's for RAM compatibility like the Gaming 5 updates.

post #1020 of 1634
Its really about finding that sweet spot when overclocking these chips, I found that dropping my 1700 overclock just 0.25mhz resulted in needing about .64V less volts, and running at 5-6C cooler under full load, and more stable. Plus I decided to try a small Blck overclock to boost my ram a little more, at 104Blck you can see in my new Time spy benchmark its a decent improvement. Running completely stable at 3.98GHZ, 1.475V, and ram at 3324Mhz. Didn't want to push the Blck any further because of my 2x 1080 GPUs I don't want to loose Pcie 3.0.
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