06-09-2020 02:46 AM
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06-12-2020 02:43 AM
1. Check your display cable if its plugged correctly, firmly.
2. This might be because of the ram. Try booting with no XMP and it will prolly work just fine.
I had a similar issue with my ram, same black screen, or lagging loading dots, etc. The ram was not stable at that freq because of a setting that the board would set really bad. It was the rtt_park value which i had to set at 48 clocks in order to get my ram stable on both channels. You should try this and lower vccio and vccsa that your mb is setting at like 1.25 and add more on vccsa if you get errors or crashes with the stock xmp profile. The "park" setting for both ram channels is located under dram timings control->skew control on my z390. Change it for both channels: CHA1 CHA0, its something like odt rtt_park, set if for both channels at 48 and it should be ok.
06-14-2020 02:57 AM
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06-14-2020 11:42 PM
I got around to making a video
06-15-2020 01:04 PM
To me it looks like a memory training issue or some kind of boot issue/instability. Do you always get the disk check like in your video?
I would try MRC FAST Boot Disable and MCH FULL Check Enable and see what happens.
06-16-2020 07:03 PM
No the disk check came after i did a Microsoft update lol . i have it turned off now.
If it was boot instability it would let me know in POST and it would not go any further. I really think its the GFX card , because the spindle loading i think it is trying to find the gfx driver before logging in. As you saw in the video it does then pick it up after i login.
Ill try ur suggestions once i get back from work. Ill try to take pictures of a lot of the tabs.. What are the main things to check .. I have built a few pcs and i have never had to change bios settings after i installed a pc. my bios is 607
When in the bios with a USB formatted to FAT 32 go to Tool, Load/Save Profile, CTR+F2
Can you explain how to do this .