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    prime z690-p d4 wifi : a 5 sec delay after pressing the power button

    Hello ! I have an annoying, but not so serious issue that I need help on. There's a consistent 5 to 6 second delay after pressing the power button before all the lights turn on and everything starts booting up. It's a newly built PC .
    Does anyone else have the same problem? is it a non-critical error, which can be fixed with the next bios, or is it the case that I open a rma?
    the ram is a G.Skill Trident Z F4-3600C16D-32GTZN - , 2x16 GB DDR4 3600 MHz cpu : intel i7 12700 psu 850w seasonics focus gold
    thank you
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    any suggestion?

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    Is there not a setting you can change in bios that sets the boot delay. It is on mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Entiszzot View Post
    any suggestion?
    could it be that memory is borderline stable? Are u using bios defaults or XMP etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Entiszzot View Post
    Hello ! I have an annoying, but not so serious issue that I need help on. There's a consistent 5 to 6 second delay after pressing the power button before all the lights turn on and everything starts booting up. It's a newly built PC .
    Does anyone else have the same problem? is it a non-critical error, which can be fixed with the next bios, or is it the case that I open a rma?
    the ram is a G.Skill Trident Z F4-3600C16D-32GTZN - , 2x16 GB DDR4 3600 MHz
    thank you
    Here is a post by Shamino1978, who is a bios engineer for Asus working on the Z690.

    https://www.overclock.net/cdn-cgi/im...-jpeg.2531386/

    https://www.overclock.net/threads/of...hread.1794802/

    EDIT:
    Forgot to say that I have the same behavior on my 690 Apex and 690 Strix D4. It's normal. I thought it was an issue myself, but I trust Shamino.
    Last edited by Lith1um; 01-28-2022 at 09:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lith1um View Post
    Here is a post by Shamino1978, who is a bios engineer for Asus working on the Z690.

    https://www.overclock.net/cdn-cgi/im...-jpeg.2531386/

    https://www.overclock.net/threads/of...hread.1794802/

    EDIT:
    Forgot to say that I have the same behavior on my 690 Apex and 690 Strix D4. It's normal. I thought it was an issue myself, but I trust Shamino.
    thank you very much for the reply, but i didn't understand what i should do. Could you explain it to me better? my english is bad sorry ,i have to wait a fix ? if I understand correctly, he says this is normal. But if so, why doesn't it happen to everyone who has an asus z690?
    also if this is true, why asus assistance told me to open a rma?
    p.s ,my pc after i push the power botton dont move its freezed ! no one led no startup noise ..it is as if turned off..does this happen to you too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo93 View Post
    could it be that memory is borderline stable? Are u using bios defaults or XMP etc
    problem persist in both situation , xmp or whitout xmp !

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    I noticed that if I turn off the power supply from the switch and then turn it back on, the computer starts immediately, isn't it strange? could the power supply be the cause?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Entiszzot View Post
    I noticed that if I turn off the power supply from the switch and then turn it back on, the computer starts immediately, isn't it strange? could the power supply be the cause?
    Hi Entiszzot,

    This same question about the delay came up in another thread on almost the same day and I just happened upon it after I posted my earlier answer. In that thread, I will try to find you the link, but it was shared that an asus bios programming expert says it is normal behavior and has to do with the ME firmware. I will have to find the link and come back with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo93 View Post
    Hi Entiszzot,

    This same question about the delay came up in another thread on almost the same day and I just happened upon it after I posted my earlier answer. In that thread, I will try to find you the link, but it was shared that an asus bios programming expert says it is normal behavior and has to do with the ME firmware. I will have to find the link and come back with it.
    Ha ha it was posted just above already. I must be getting old.

    Anyway, if that answer does not satisfy, then maybe investigate the possibility to update the ME firmware and driver because it must be somehow related. See MoKiChU drivers and firmware. I used his downloads to update and patch ME firmware and also used his ME driver and it worked perfectly. https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ftware-Threads
    You can post questions in the proper thread any more questions about how to update. I do not know if it will make a difference, but perhaps a chance.

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