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Then i saved the file and reopened it to check if the DXE driver is present and it was as you can see above. First Message: After that i replugged my HDDs and entered windows.
I used the search function and looked for "NVME" but i was not able to find the driver. So i searched the DXE location manually and looked at the bottom and there was nothing. Starting the PC after flashing i noticed that the PC started loading the bios but did not show anything on the screen yet and the pc Re-Rebooted after seconds. Only problem was with PLL if it is above 1. Search on rog forums, I'm almost certain there is a thread regarding the issue you're mentioning. Had Asus Rampage IV Formula AI Suite II look at ROG forums and I found there are other people with the same issue. When waking up from sleep, temp sensors are stuck on 91 degrees and multiplier is locked to x The two threads I looked at no one was able to find a solution.
Anyone else had this problem here? Wonder if this is a similar issue I noticed, I installed bad video card drivers that reacted to a program I normally use. I was getting a few blue screens while one program I used, was in use, upon restart from the crash I would see all my cores temps go through the roof.
The temps were fine but the sensors per core where saying they were way higher then they should have been, the main core reading was normal though. I never noticed the multi lock, didn't even check that, just restarted my comp and the sensors went back to normal.
From this thread: This bios is the only one where I can easily OC above 4. That is one of the threads I read, but one person seemed to have a problem with his overclocks with that BIOS.
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I don't really want to go back to an older BIOS. Do I need more Vcore if I changed from 3 x s to 4 x s.
My whole system is not stable anymore and I can't seem to stabilize it. No matter how much Vcore I put in. Have you added a heavier powersupply, or still running the Enermax? For Rex4, q-Fire and a decent OC it seems a little light to me. So up that, 1. IMO, I'd try 1. Ok, I will try this, thank you very much MR.
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Too Short. Thats why I was confused.
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I heard some owners getting higher Frequencies with lower voltage and temperature. I just had a minor loss of power due to a simple overload of one of the power sources in my apartment. No big deal, stuff like this happens from time to time so I just resets the power and everything is back to normal, or at least so I think. The lamps on the motherboard lights up, but the system won't fire at all neither when I hit the power button on my chase nor when I hit the power button Asus Rampage IV Formula AI Suite II the motherboard itself. Asus Rampage IV Formula AI Suite II free download.
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