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Has anyone experienced problem booting with overclocked settings when CSM is disabled? It seems that voltages for RAM and CPU are either wrongly applied or applied with delay when CSM is disabled, thus making settings that work 100% with CSM enabled to fail most of the times at cold boot. Has anyone else experienced this? Running 0902.
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Most of you must have gotten black screen crashes while overclocking attempts with too low voltages, but do you remember if the Reset button was still working during those black screens?
In some crashes Windows kept partially working in the background, I could hear sound but not much else. In those cases Reset button worked and Windows booted and worked. When it wouldn't boot afterwards or when crash occurred in BIOS, reset button did nothing.
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In some crashes Windows kept partially working in the background, I could hear sound but not much else. In those cases Reset button worked and Windows booted and worked. When it wouldn't boot afterwards or when crash occurred in BIOS, reset button did nothing.

Thanks.
So, my black screen crashes, about one per day, must come from Windows.
I feared I had to reinstall it from scratch but it's almost the only thing I have not tried yet.
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Thanks.
So, my black screen crashes, about one per day, must come from Windows.
I feared I had to reinstall it from scratch but it's almost the only thing I have not tried yet.
Mine is about once a day. Sometimes it reboots itself, but sometimes black screen and unable to reset - about 60/40

There is nothing in the event logs - it looks like as total power loss as far as the logs go....
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I haven't had a crash in couple of weeks now, w10 is old (ever since AU) and is running as Fast insider with Skip ahead. 16362. I was playing with chipset and GPU drivers lately so it's not all stable but now errors.
Can't get Rzen Power plan any more and CD/DVD drive is in wrong place in device manager (under disk drives) so it can't read disks. Problem having AMD GPU Rx 460 and AMD chipset and drivers keep on changing each other. That's only problem I have with it now.
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post #4756 of 5981
With the first chip I had both kinds of crash (reset button unresponsive and resposive).
With the new chip, I experienced only a black screen until now and, at that time, the reset button was responsive.

Actually i'm remotely testing a 3.95@1.225v (LLC5) - soc 0.95 (LLC3) - DRAM 1.35v, 3200Mhz profile with this timings: 16-18-18-18-36-56 1T (Gear Down disabled)
Memtest it's over the 1400% (screenshot following).
After memtest I'll start a prime95's blend test session.
th_OC3-95_1.225_Ram3200_16-18-18-18-36-56_x1300.jpg

When I'll be back at home, this evening, I wanna try to lower my llc setting to 4 or even 3.
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Thanks.
So, my black screen crashes, about one per day, must come from Windows.
I feared I had to reinstall it from scratch but it's almost the only thing I have not tried yet.

Edited by komodikkio - 9/26/17 at 6:06am
post #4757 of 5981
Just something to help getting restarted and directly to UEFI without having to spam F2 button:

Run in Command prompt (as administrator) or Windows Power shell (Admin) this line
"SHUTDOWN /r /fw"
Or make a desktop shortcut with that line as Target and in it's options make it to work in administrator mode.
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post #4758 of 5981
As far as I remember (but my own memory is pretty unreliable), when a black screen comes from a too low voltage or any hardware issue, the case buttons are unresponsive.

My black screens didn't appear after some new settings or another bios version because I tried to get back from 0802 to the 0810 with my old settings, and the crashes kept on happening.
Either I have some serious hardware issue (a weak or unstable voltage from the PSU or anything else), or my Windows 10 is ****ed up, because crashes are not supposed to appear out of the blue.

Windows could be the culprit because I messed up it badly by switching its version several time with in-place upgrades.

Now, I have to find a way to avoid loosing the 4 TB of stuff on the system disk and one big "storage space" volume.
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What the hey are you doing with 4TB system disk ? Could have at least made 120 - 250GB partition for system.
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post #4760 of 5981
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What the hey are you doing with 4TB system disk ? Could have at least made 120 - 250GB partition for system.

My system disk is a 512 GB Nvme . It contains Windows and all the installed apps.

My 7.25 TB RAID volume actually filled at 50% contains everything else: all my personal and work stuff.

I also have a 960 GB SATA SSD that contains what needs a faster disk than the RAID volume: Linux in dual boot, video encoding,...
Edited by Lermite - 9/26/17 at 8:07am
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