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Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread…. MaccieD View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message. It ended up being a i7 k, a Asus Z Pro Gaming with G. Skill Ripjaw IV 16 GB DDR4 Mhz set. Next did a BIOS update, update went without a hitch so no problems there. Then restarted and started tweaking the CPU and RAM.
Got the i7 k running at 4. It all was working fine until last Saturday when I change the CPU cooler for a new one a Scythe Fuma That's when excrement hit the air circulation system. First the PC didn't want to start up, it hung before it finessed POST. Check the LED's on the motherboard and it hung on RAM. Next I did a hard reset on the BIOS removed the BIOS battery for a couple of seconds and after some doing finally got the motherboard to except the RAM modules again.
Checked the RAM modules with memtestx86 and they passed the test without problems. But since then I have not bin able to get the system stable. Not with a slight overclock, not even with all optimal values. When you reset push the power button 10 seconds and start again it'll show a overclock fail. When the system does start as it's suppose to and you restart it even after a couple of hours 9 of the 10 times it will hang during POST.
Another thing which is noticable is when the system starts it takes a long time to get passed POST What I found out is that for some reason or another it doens't seem to like the XMP profile. Next, even with the optimal values from the BIOS loaded so no overclock what so everwhen you do a benchmark run with XTU it puts way to much voltage on the CPU 1. Manually input the RAM values so not using the XMP profile Put USB legacy on disabled Tried to do a rollback with BIOS to versionthe motherboard didn;t accept it, said the BIOS was incompatible with the motherboard.
All of this is hit and miss : Sometimes the system starts without a hitch, most of the times it will hang during POST and when you reset it will show overclock fail When the system does startup normally it works fine in Windows and there are no problems when you're gaming. I understood from reading the forum the last couple of days that a long POST boot up is quit normal for Asus Z motherboards Does anyone have any idea was wrong here? I thinking that either the motherboard or the CPU maybe both are failty Here's my setup : Intel i7 K Asus Z Pro Gaming G.
Skill Ripjaw VI 16GB DDR4 Mhz Gigabyte GTX Gaming G1 Creative Soundblster Z Intel GB PCI-E SSD boot and games disk 1 4TB Western Digtal rpm harddisk 2 6TB Western Ditial rpm harddisks Corsair RMX power supple. Last edited by MaccieD; at AM. Nate View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message. Hi MaccieD My k draws 1. The freezing and overclocking failed message is likely instability with your ram, check to see the timings and frequency are correct.
If all looks good and you still get freezing try setting the Dram voltage to 1. Since the problem happened after installing your new cooler it may be too tight putting uneven pressure on the socket, you could try loosening your new cooler a touch.
Last edited by Nate; at PM. Strix OC Guide - M8F R G B Guide - On Screen Display - z BCLK Overclocking - Xsplit Gamecaster Guide - ROG RX OC Guide. Thanx for you response Nate. It didn't make a difference Gonna check the cooler now.
All right Keep us updated. Removed the CPU cooler, applied new thermal grease and reinstalled the cooler. Now it has a little movement, it can slide a little over the thermal grease. It didn't solve anything, it only made things worse. During start up, the system hangs during the RAM test. It will handle 1 RAM module, but not both. Just running 1 RAM module and the system boots, using them both and it hangs during the RAM test in POST.
So by the look of things it's the memory controller that is failty read dead [update] Got the system running with both RAM modules, installed in slots A2 and B2 and running XMP profile Gonna run some test's now realbench, xtu etc. Last edited by MaccieD; at PM.
While the PC worked for about a hour, when you shut it down for more then 15 minutes, the hole BS starts again. Hangs during POST LED's on motherboard report it constantly switching between CPU and RAM and not working with both the modules unless you pull one out, put BIOS back to optimized settings and start over again.
It's only recommended to update the bios if you're having compatibility or stability issues, since everything seems ok I would leave it as is. Maybe you accidentally bumped one of the ram sticks when installing your cooler. As far as adaptive mode, what you want to do is find the lowest stable voltage in manual mode then switch to adaptive mode and enter in your voltage in the "Additional Turbo Mode cpu core voltage" and run a stress test.
While the test is running, subtract however much the voltage is overshooting and enter that in the negative offset. Nate, it's not working at all. It worked for about a hour, in which I was able to run realbench. But after shutting the system down and starting it up again about 10 minutes later it all started anew.
All right Clear the cmos with the two pin jumper, if you're not sure how to do this take a look in the manual. Let me know when you get it booting again. Cleared CMOS, still didn't want to boot. Took out 1 RAM module, then got it started. When it doesn't want to boot you constantly see it sitching between CPU and RAM when you look at the LED's on the motherboard.
I'm putting it aside for now, it's starting to get on my nerves : I'm gonna take the system to the shop were I bought the CPU and motherboard so they can diagnose if it's CPU or the board that isn't working propertly.
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