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Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: Z370 AORUS Gaming K3, FAN speed..
« Last post by Rapkix on February 14, 2018, 02:17:53 pm »
Hello.

That's exactly what i am talking about. The time between POST and loading windows. Rest is then ok. (Everything work how i set it in BIOS. That means, full performance in SmartFan settings in BIOS). In this case i exactly meant, when board do POST (RPM are okay), when windows starts loading, then it slows down, and when windows is loaded again is back to original (full speed, which is configured in BIOS Smart Fan settings). I am really not sure if this behavior of fans are normal. Meantime of POST and loading of windows. My english is not so perfect, but i hope you understand.
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Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: Z370 AORUS Gaming K3, FAN speed..
« Last post by shadowsports on February 14, 2018, 02:00:07 pm »
Greetings,
Not sure I am completely clear about what your issue is?

I understand you are seeing RPM variation during POST and when the OS loads.  If so, this is 100% normal.  If you are using Fan profiles in BIOS and SIV or Fan Expert in your OS, it's possible to get fluctuating behavior.  You should use one or the other as together they can conflict.

I am using 3/4 PIN (CPU) fans on my board.  I didn't make any setting in BIOS and use SIV in my OS.  I run "Normal" mode and remember allowing the software to calibrate my fan curves.  My fans run at a consistent RPM during POST and after the OS loads.  I want the system to be quiet (not silent).  Fan RPM increases or decreases based on load.  Fan RPM can also be affected by OC, so if you are pushing your CPU, this could in turn cause higher fan speeds.   

You are welcome to post again to give your issue more clarity.       
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Motherboards with Intel processors / Z370 AORUS Gaming K3, FAN speed..
« Last post by Rapkix on February 13, 2018, 01:36:41 am »
Hey there, i´ve got one problem. Also created ticked for this issue, but seems like they think i am totally PC newbie or so. So again replied back to them, but about my problem... My problem begins as other stated on similard boards with FAN... I have setted up in my BIOS everything on performance mode (in Smart Fan settings in BIOS), but when windows loading, all fans (3pin / 4pin from cpu cooler) goes all for few secs (meantime of loading windows) to low RPM, then again working normally at full speed. Others seems have similar problem on other boards. Is this probably BIOS related.

Anyone who have same problem with this board, like i said with FAN speed, when loading windows? It doesnt matter if i set voltage / pwm control and set them to full speed, when loading windows EVERYTIME they slow down, and when windows loading is almost finished they went again to back to their full speed setted up in bios. I am on F4 BIOS, not gonna update to F5c because of beta bios and the spectre update is not great working atm, cuz intel screwed up the fix. Waiting for stable / updated BIOS release.

I am curious if this is normal, but i think no. This is on every connected fan (all connected to motherboard).
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Sorry for the double post above.  Not sure how that happened. 

So with the old RAM installed, its properly detected in BIOS.  Let's try to get the OS booting again before working on the memory upgrade.

Need to rely on your own knowledge of your system here.

Start here:

-Review your BIOS settings
-Confirm SATA is set to what it was previously (example) AHCI or IDE
-Confirm the controller operate mode is set correctly RAID, AHCI, etc.
-Confirm the disk appears correctly in your boot order

F10 to save and allow the system to restart.  Result?

If the above fails, start the system, tap F8 repeatedly to attempt to use "Last Know Good Configuration".  System will restart.  Result?

Next step (if needed) start the system from a windows 7 install CD, select the Recovery Console or Repair My Computer.

-Try Start Up Repair
When this completes, select command Prompt and run the Fixboot command

Then restart.  Result?

Last thing I would try is System Restore from the Recovery Console.  There are other recovery steps, but at that point, you can reinstall about as quickly.

Just a recommendation.  A back up image of your OS allows you to recover in about 8 minutes. 

Macrium Reflect and http://redobackup.org/download.php  are both FREE.

 

 


 
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Motherboards with AMD processors / Re: AB350N soft brick?
« Last post by shadowsports on February 12, 2018, 01:46:19 pm »
Yes.  Stripping the board for bench testing usually tells you if its going to come back or not.  RMA is easier than removing the BIOS chip.  I am not aware of any fix once this behavior occurs.
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Motherboards with AMD processors / Re: AB350N soft brick?
« Last post by exia on February 12, 2018, 11:44:12 am »
Ouch..  ya, didn't realize it wasn't a full size board with two chips...

1 x 128 Mbit flash
Use of licensed AMI UEFI BIOS
PnP 1.0a, DMI 2.7, WfM 2.0, SM BIOS 2.7, ACPI 5.0

She's bricked.  Only options are RMA or surgery with a chip re-programmer.

Yeah, i think so too. Its been days since i left it and still no signs of life. As im not that well versed in electrical works, i guess  RMA for the board is the last choice.

Gigabyte still havent updated about this problem?
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Greetings Nigel,
Welcome to the forums.  Rev 1.1 MB.

Please provide more details about the following:

-What BIOS were you using originally? 
-What BIOS did you upgrade to?

-Were you running an actual BIOS profile? Or is this the term you are using to describe the settings you were using when the system started successfully with the old RAM installed? 

-What slots do you have the DIMMs installed in?

-What is the exact STOP error you receive regarding your boot device?  [example] 0x0000007B

-What OS are you running?

-Do you have a back up of your OS and/or data?
 
If not already done, please perform a CLR_CMOS and Load Set Up Defaults with the old RAM installed.  If its properly detected, we can try to work on the BSOD issue.
Hi thanks for your help
i was using the f18 bios
i installed the f22 bios
the profile i spoke of was called extreme memory profile (x.m.p)
the memory slots used are ddr3 1 ddr3 2 (white)
the long blue screen number is 0x0000007B (0XFFFFF880009A97E8,0XFFFFFFFFC0000034,0X0000000000000000

No data back up this hard drive is a ssd thats used for the os an a couple of games
i am using windows 7 64 bit
i did not say in the first post that in the bios the ram as seen at its correct values
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Motherboards with AMD processors / Re: AB350N soft brick?
« Last post by shadowsports on February 11, 2018, 08:48:42 pm »
Ouch..  ya, didn't realize it wasn't a full size board with two chips...

1 x 128 Mbit flash
Use of licensed AMI UEFI BIOS
PnP 1.0a, DMI 2.7, WfM 2.0, SM BIOS 2.7, ACPI 5.0

She's bricked.  Only options are RMA or surgery with a chip re-programmer.
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Greetings Nigel,
Welcome to the forums.  Rev 1.1 MB.

Please provide more details about the following:

-What BIOS were you using originally?
-What BIOS did you upgrade to?

-Were you running an actual BIOS profile? Or is this the term you are using to describe the settings you were using when the system started successfully with the old RAM installed? 

-What slots do you have the DIMMs installed in?

-What is the exact STOP error you receive regarding your boot device?  [example] 0x0000007B

-What OS are you running?

-Do you have a back up of your OS and/or data?
 
If not already done, please perform a CLR_CMOS and Load Set Up Defaults with the old RAM installed.  If its properly detected, we can try to work on the BSOD issue.
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Greetings Nigel,
Welcome to the forums.  Rev 1.1 MB.

Please provide more details about the following:

-What BIOS were you using originally?
-What BIOS did you upgrade to?

-Were you running an actual BIOS profile? Or is this the term you are using to describe the settings you were using when the system started successfully with the old RAM installed? 

-What slots do you have the DIMMs installed in?

-What is the exact STOP error you receive regarding your boot device?  [example] 0x0000007B

-What OS are you running?

-Do you have a back up of your OS and/or data?
 
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