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02-24-2020 12:29 AM
Haxor1337
Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
Any of you using a wireless dongle device (mouse, etc)?
Sorry for the late response. Yes... I have a Logitech G305. I had seen a thread in another site about a weird OS that wouldn't boot if a wireless receiver was connected. I thought it was a stupid idea that it could be my problem but I decided to try anyway so I started disconnecting the receiver before turning my PC on, however the issue happened on the second day.

But now that you mention it again, a month and a half ago I got a wired mouse that I used instead of the G305 for like a couple weeks. I think those were the two weeks where I didn't have the issue happen once. Then I started using the G305 again.

I guess I need to try again, this time I'm gonna disconnect the receiver before shutting down too and reconnect after a successful boot. It would be really dumb if that's the issue but I would be happy. Although I'm thinking it was all a weird coincidence and I'm gonna have to RMA something.

One last thing, could my issue be related to a faulty PSU at all? I've pretty much ruled out CPU and RAM and the main suspects are the board, the PSU and the mouse again.
02-23-2020 09:53 PM
Madness11 [QUOTE=Wam7;28340888]
Quote: Originally Posted by Madness11 View Post
Here the configurator.. if start stress test is fine ... if play any game , bsod....
Is this brand new RAM or used RAM that were previously stable at 4000Mhz but no longer are?
Yes , new one ram .
02-23-2020 06:31 PM
Wam7
Quote: Originally Posted by Madness11 View Post
Here the configurator.. if start stress test is fine ... if play any game , bsod....
Is this brand new RAM or used RAM that were previously stable at 4000Mhz but no longer are?

Quote: Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post
Attached. Master QFlash save.
Many thanks, I'll give this a test when I get up.
02-23-2020 05:45 PM
KedarWolf
Quote: Originally Posted by Wam7 View Post
Really sorry to hear your fried your 9900K, how did that happen, too much Vcore?

If I understand what @GeneO is saying is that by saving the modded bios in QFlash then that process now makes the modded bios QFlash-able. From my understanding it doesn't save particular profiles of that CPU as you would have in the Save/Load Profile section, it would just have to be same motherboard version. If you have an Aorus Master I'm willing to test your saved QFlash file of the your last modded F11e bios.
Attached. Master QFlash save.
02-23-2020 11:58 AM
Madness11 This with no oc cpu , and all auto ( just xmp and 1.4v )
02-23-2020 11:55 AM
Madness11 Here the configurator.. if start stress test is fine ... if play any game , bsod....
02-23-2020 11:49 AM
wholeeo
Quote: Originally Posted by Madness11 View Post
Guys ,have a big mistake... my 4x8 Kingston hyperX predator ( 4000c19 ) won't work a stable .... every time bsod.... help pls.. try everything. Put more Voltage ( around 1.4) .. won't be stable ... 3600 work fine .. but 4000 nop .. mb aorus master
We're going to need more info than that to help. For starters post some Asrock Timing Configurator screenshots.
02-23-2020 11:44 AM
Madness11 Guys ,have a big mistake... my 4x8 Kingston hyperX predator ( 4000c19 ) won't work a stable .... every time bsod.... help pls.. try everything. Put more Voltage ( around 1.4) .. won't be stable ... 3600 work fine .. but 4000 nop .. mb aorus master
02-23-2020 11:37 AM
Lurifaks
Quote: Originally Posted by reachthesky View Post
I had zero luck with getting patriot sticks stable. tRC = tRP + tRAS on these boards for most part.
Ok, thanks for your reply
02-23-2020 11:33 AM
reachthesky
Quote: Originally Posted by Lurifaks View Post
@reachthesky

Do you have any tips for what I can run tRC at 4133-16-17-17 with the patriot 4400 ?
I had zero luck with getting patriot sticks stable. tRC = tRP + tRAS on these boards for most part.
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