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    New ROGer Array Catweasel PC Specs
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    MotherboardASUS ProART Z490-Creator 10G
    ProcessorCore i7-10700K
    Memory (part number)CMK64GX4M2E3200C1
    Graphics Card #1Sapphire RX5700 XT Nitro+ 8GB GDDR6
    MonitorEizo FlexScan EV2750W
    Storage #1SSD FIRECUDA 520, 2TB, M.2 2280
    CPU Coolerbe quiet! Dark Rock Slim
    Power SupplyCorsair AX 750W
    OS Win 10 Pro 2004

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    ProArt Z490-CREATOR 10G: high CPU due to ACPI.sys/interrupt gpe6F on cold start only

    Board: ProArt Z490-CREATOR 10G
    BIOS: ver. 607
    CPU: i7-10700k
    OS: Win 10 Pro 2004 & Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

    Issue: Whenever I do a cold start (power-on after shutdown / Power State S5 - fast boot / fast startup are disabled), one CPU core is maxed out by ACPI.sys i.e. system interrupts (/sys/firmware/acpi/interrupts/gpe6F on Linux). This is both the case in Win 10 Pro and Ubuntu.
    Workaround: do a restart i.e. reboot of the system or enter the BIOS at start-up and exit the BIOS again, saving changes OR switch off PSU (G3) completely.
    Troubleshooting steps done, all with no effect:
    - reset BIOS to recommended options
    - disabled/re-enabled fast boot in BIOS
    - altered POST delay in BIOS
    - updated latest drivers (probably not an OS isssue, as both Win 10 and Linux are affected)
    - disabled unneccessary devices in BIOS
    - disconnected everything except RAM, CPU, GPU, system disk and USB keyboard/mouse.

    I built my system some weeks ago and updated to the latest BIOS 607 in the progress, so I can't tell if old BIOS versions were affected, too. Unfortunately I cannot get hold of older versions. System wasn't overclocked at any time. I noticed it first when running a benchmark and had high background CPU reported...

    Anyone got an idea how to mitigate or does observe the same issue? It seems like something gets stuck when the board resumes from power state S5, but not on a restart via OS and not from global state G3.
    Last edited by Catweasel; 08-05-2020 at 07:22 PM.

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    New ROGer Array Catweasel PC Specs
    Catweasel PC Specs
    MotherboardASUS ProART Z490-Creator 10G
    ProcessorCore i7-10700K
    Memory (part number)CMK64GX4M2E3200C1
    Graphics Card #1Sapphire RX5700 XT Nitro+ 8GB GDDR6
    MonitorEizo FlexScan EV2750W
    Storage #1SSD FIRECUDA 520, 2TB, M.2 2280
    CPU Coolerbe quiet! Dark Rock Slim
    Power SupplyCorsair AX 750W
    OS Win 10 Pro 2004

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    Just updated BIOS to ver 0707 - unfortunately still the same issue :-(

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    New ROGer Array Catweasel PC Specs
    Catweasel PC Specs
    MotherboardASUS ProART Z490-Creator 10G
    ProcessorCore i7-10700K
    Memory (part number)CMK64GX4M2E3200C1
    Graphics Card #1Sapphire RX5700 XT Nitro+ 8GB GDDR6
    MonitorEizo FlexScan EV2750W
    Storage #1SSD FIRECUDA 520, 2TB, M.2 2280
    CPU Coolerbe quiet! Dark Rock Slim
    Power SupplyCorsair AX 750W
    OS Win 10 Pro 2004

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    solved: Hyper 10G LAN Card

    This issue was driving me crazy, I again removed everything and started adding cards to see when the issue would occur: As soon as I connect the ASUS Hyper 10G LAN Card!

    Once I disconnect this card, the system behaves as expected, i.e. there is no high CPU due to interrupt! I will leave the card disconnected for now...

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