Originally Posted by LePr3
I do. They're supposed to be hex values. Most work, some don't. For whatever reason, these timings (tCL, tRCWR/RD, tRP, tRAS, tRC, and tWR, ProcODT, MemFreq) don't take hold, but the rest do. I'd take a a few printscreens, but I'm not sure how to do so from within the BIOS. I leave the most of the actual DRAM menu on Auto now with those exceptions above as it fills correctly from the training menu. [EDIT=Figured it out]
Also, for those who keep experiencing multiple motherboard resets after a cold boot (supposedly memory training) enabling everything within
the MBIST test menu and selecting Data Eye prevents that. 1st bootup always works, and I've found it prevents POST-to-POST memory errors - when it's stable one POST, but unstable on another. Enabling that fixed that annoyance for me.
Ok, setting everything in MBIST did NOT actually set things for me. And what are the hex values for After Training?
Added the NOT
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Last edited by nick name; 07-12-2019 at 08:43 AM.