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post #22791 of 22794 (permalink) Old 03-05-2019, 02:13 PM
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Hi,
Yeah I did post all my voltage pages dang seems weird but yeah gpu stuff is no help
Did you ring hwinfo thread and ask him what can be done ?
https://www.overclock.net/forum/21-b...64-thread.html

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Well, my system, after having it with the proper voltages for a while, still is having issues booting smoothly from a cold boot. The same symptom that preceeded a bootloop last time. I can't really afford both a motherboard and used CPU, so which would you say is the culprit here, motherboard or CPU?

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Quote: Originally Posted by PloniAlmoni View Post
Well, my system, after having it with the proper voltages for a while, still is having issues booting smoothly from a cold boot. The same symptom that preceeded a bootloop last time. I can't really afford both a motherboard and used CPU, so which would you say is the culprit here, motherboard or CPU?
0. Unplug unessential USB accessories, HDDs and PCIe devices.
1. Buy a cheap Xeon E5-1603 V3 from eBay. Install this into Mobo.
2. CMOS Reset, then bootup a few times into Windows.
3. Flash newest BIOS (again, even if you have the same version).
4. Bootup, etc. into Windows, then CMOS reset again.

If you have the issue a few weeks after that (yes, use the 4C Xeon, it won't kill you), then it is the Mobo, if not, the CPU or RAM. Also you can sell the Xeon E5-1603 V3 afterwards on eBay, or keep it as a testing CPU.

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post #22794 of 22794 (permalink) Old 03-24-2019, 11:24 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Desolutional View Post
0. Unplug unessential USB accessories, HDDs and PCIe devices.
1. Buy a cheap Xeon E5-1603 V3 from eBay. Install this into Mobo.
2. CMOS Reset, then bootup a few times into Windows.
3. Flash newest BIOS (again, even if you have the same version).
4. Bootup, etc. into Windows, then CMOS reset again.

If you have the issue a few weeks after that (yes, use the 4C Xeon, it won't kill you), then it is the Mobo, if not, the CPU. Also you can sell the Xeon E5-1603 V3 afterwards on eBay, or keep it as a testing CPU.
By "cheap" that means about $99,. the new motherboard I'm looking at is $250. If I get the $99 xeon, I think I won't be able to get the replacement motherboard for a while, as my budget is quite limited now, even $250 is stretching things.

Edit: Wait, it's $59?. hmm.....

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