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I hope they make their ROG boards, but it woudl be very uneconomical to make ROG and not the others, IDk how it works, and they DON'T want you to ever know. That is why you don't hear this kind of news, but its out there. You never know anymore, unless a company advertises it.
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yea try that. If you can tell me the Codes as well that stay for long periods of time as well as what part of POST takes long. FYI you enabled quick boot in BIOS then enabled it in smart6? You have to do it this way/order and not the other way as it doesn't work.
ok, so i just finished.
and note that the following times are with quickboot enabled correctly.

before disabling unneeded things: 45 seconds from power button to "starting windows"

after disabling: 43 seconds from power button to "starting windows"
0-25 seconds: blank screen
25-30 seconds: BIOS logo
30-33 seconds: blank screen
34-37 seconds: AHCI bios
38-43 seconds: blank screen
44-59 seconds: windows bootup

from about 0-20 seconds, it seems to hang at C1. it would show C1, quickly switch to something else, and then hang at C1 again. and it would repeat this a few times.
between 30 and 40 seconds, it hangs just for a little bit at 75.
after 40 seconds, it hangs a little bit at 96.
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I hope they make their ROG boards, but it woudl be very uneconomical to make ROG and not the others, IDk how it works, and they DON'T want you to ever know. That is why you don't hear this kind of news, but its out there. You never know anymore, unless a company advertises it.
Well are Foxconn and ECS decent companies?
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It varies, iPhones are made by foxconn, as are a lot of other electronics. Really it depends on the product. Companies can opt for better parts and stuff, other than that its just people who put the components in place and a machine oven that solders them.

That C1 hang problem should not occur after first time booting, C1 is memory error, but I have found that the system is checking to make sure your OC is stable, before boot. Usually I get C1 the first time around like 3-4 times then boot, then upon restart no C1.

I think maybe push some voltage see what happens. make sure BLCK at or above 200 needs 101pci-e.
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It varies, iPhones are made by foxconn, as are a lot of other electronics. Really it depends on the product. Companies can opt for better parts and stuff, other than that its just people who put the components in place and a machine oven that solders them.

That C1 hang problem should not occur after first time booting, C1 is memory error, but I have found that the system is checking to make sure your OC is stable, before boot. Usually I get C1 the first time around like 3-4 times then boot, then upon restart no C1.

I think maybe push some voltage see what happens. make sure BLCK at or above 200 needs 101pci-e.
pushed voltages and still no difference...
also my bclk is at 191 (x21)
post #36 of 42
C1 is a RAm error, try Uncore 2x+1 for instance ram is 6x uncore 13x.
Try pushing PCI-E frequency to 101.

Also try at stock see fi it does the same thing? Then try flashing BIOS to FC6 I think is the latest for rev 2.0 boards UD5.
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C1 is a RAm error, try Uncore 2x+1 for instance ram is 6x uncore 13x.
Try pushing PCI-E frequency to 101.

Also try at stock see fi it does the same thing? Then try flashing BIOS to FC6 I think is the latest for rev 2.0 boards UD5.
i'll try that in a little bit.

also i saw FC6 on GB's website but it says it's still in beta. and the only updates they added are not relevant to my setup.
post #38 of 42
yea i found that the BEST BIOS for rev 2.0 board is the GOOC WWF BIOS. you can find it here in this thread i run:
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=259402
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so i tweaked settings (memory multipler, uncore, and pcie freq) but POST still takes the same amount of time.

i have not flashed FC6 bios yet. i don't know if i will.

should i try booting with one stick of ram to see if that is the issue?

what is GOOC WWF bios? is it made by gigabyte..? kinda uneasy about flashing a bios onto my board that gigabyte doesn't acknowledge on their site.
post #40 of 42
yes gigabyte has a World Wide GOOC championship. and there is a special tweaked BIOS, called GOOC. The board they used for the championship was the UD7 rev 2.0 and a guy who works fro them modded the UD7 rev 2.0 GOOC BIOS for UD5 rev 2.0 and UD9, many people use the GOOC BIOS and it is awesome its a modded version of FB.
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