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ROG STRIX B650E-E GAMING WIFI BIOS 1654 slow post

NandoAoT
Level 9

The same issue as the previous version 1636, slow post. How is that possible? Does asus monitor this forum? because it has been reported on  https://rog-forum.asus.com/t5/gaming-motherboards/rog-strix-b650e-e-gaming-wifi-bios-1636-slow-post/... and the same issue does happens in a new version..

 

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Nate152
Moderator

Hello NandoAoT,

In the bios, have you enabled a setting called Memory Context Restore? This should minimize memory training and make boot times faster.

The Memory Context Restore setting is found on the Extreme Tweaker tab, Dram Timing Control, Memory Context Restore - Enabled.

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Nate152
Moderator

Hello NandoAoT,

In the bios, have you enabled a setting called Memory Context Restore? This should minimize memory training and make boot times faster.

The Memory Context Restore setting is found on the Extreme Tweaker tab, Dram Timing Control, Memory Context Restore - Enabled.

Hey Nate, just did the change and after shutting down and turning on the computer the post was very quickly

Thank you once again!

Silent_Scone
Super Moderator

Just to add some context (pun intended), the function of Context Restore is to retain the last known successful memory training parameters. It would be counter-intuitive to have this enabled prior to the user establishing that the EXPO profile is stable (memory training and stability in the OS are inherently different). As long as the system is stable, you're good to go. 👍

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