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    Did you get your boot time sorted?

    I have fast boot and fast startup disabled on that board and last BIOS time in task manager is 25 seconds.
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    ROG Member Array midlife_crisis PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by namoi View Post
    Strange, on my x99 strix it works as advertised.
    When i press the reset switch the pc turn off. When powered on it boot straight to the bios.

    I know i have disabled that hybrid power off feature of windows though. Maybe it is what prevent it to work as your pc didn't really shut down when you press the reset switch.

    Worth a try to disable it and see if it works.
    You mean the "Fast startup" option in Windows. Yeah, I've got it disabled for a long time, strangely it causes "Windows was not properly shutdown" errors on this one system, on different Microsoft OS too, i don't know why, I'd guess it's the motherboard (Rampage V edition 10 btw), but I haven't had the time to troubleshoot further. Anyway, the problem is that in the manual it's advertised a "DRCT header" nowhere to be found.
    Last edited by midlife_crisis; 01-15-2018 at 03:20 PM.

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    ROG Member Array midlife_crisis PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by aan3kk View Post
    The manual / website is wrong. There is no DRCT header on the mainboard. All you can do it so install their software for that feature which requires you to connect your keyboard to a special USB port and it then triggers on eg. Ctrl+F1. But to be honest the software is pure crap and the reboot into BIOS didn't worked always.

    Instead I use Windows itself to reboot into BIOS. PC Settings > Update and Security > Restore > Extended Start. Maybe there is the possibility to use a shortcut for this.
    @aan3kk,

    Yeah, I thought so. Indeed, I'm using both keyboard (just pressing "Del" for 2 sec from S5 state works for me) and Windows methods. I guess, at least, it's better than the "press F2 or Del" lottery at boot up.

    Thank you
    Last edited by midlife_crisis; 01-15-2018 at 04:19 PM.

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    ROG Member Array aan3kk PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)HP Spectre 13-v130ng
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    Quote Originally Posted by midlife_crisis View Post
    You mean the "Fast startup" option in Windows. Yeah, I've got it disabled for a long time, strangely it causes "Windows was not properly shutdown" errors on this one system, on different Microsoft OS too, i don't know why, I'd guess it's the motherboard (Rampage V edition 10 btw), but I haven't had the time to troubleshoot further. Anyway, the problem is that in the manual it's advertised a "DRCT header" nowhere to be found.
    I have it enabled and it works without problems. Also on my second PC (which also has a R5E10). My "last bios time" for a "Powered Off -> Booting normally" is 31 seconds - but I have some programs on autorun that slows it down a bit.

    Do note that Fastboot isn't active when you restart your PC but only when you boot from powered off state.

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    ROG 師傅 Array Arne Saknussemm PC Specs
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    Graphics Card #2SLI is dead to me
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    Mouse G502 or Speedy Gonzalez...not Mickey...don't do Disney!
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    Mouse Pad Mouse don't got his own pad man...lives with me
    Headset/Speakers Edifier Spinnaker...or you mean the speakers in my head...man too many voices to name them all
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    Quote Originally Posted by aan3kk View Post
    My "last bios time" for a "Powered Off -> Booting normally" is 31 seconds - but I have some programs on autorun that slows it down a bit.
    OK that sounds about right...the 51 seconds above didn't sound normal...

    Unfortunately goes with the territory on the more advanced platforms...has nothing to do with SSD speed etc. simply more complex training more memory etc.

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    ROG Member Array midlife_crisis PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by aan3kk View Post
    I have it enabled and it works without problems. Also on my second PC (which also has a R5E10). My "last bios time" for a "Powered Off -> Booting normally" is 31 seconds - but I have some programs on autorun that slows it down a bit.

    Do note that Fastboot isn't active when you restart your PC but only when you boot from powered off state.
    @aan3kk

    Are you sure that "Reliability Monitor" doesn't show any error? If so, that's very helpful to know. I'll have to think of something else... The fact is that I get those errors even immediately after a clean Windows installation and on UEFI default settings. I remember I tried different drivers and checked for faulty RAM, but it was OK. I recently swapped GPU and storage drives as well, but I still get those errors. I'm using 1801 BIOS version, btw. You?

    About the boot time, 30 sec is the same figure I get from power off.

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    Regarding the Boot Time I found out that the ASUS MultiCore Enhancement is preventing Windows Fast Boot to work at all.

    See https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...746#post703774

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    ROG Member Array aan3kk PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by midlife_crisis View Post
    @aan3kk

    Are you sure that "Reliability Monitor" doesn't show any error? If so, that's very helpful to know. I'll have to think of something else... The fact is that I get those errors even immediately after a clean Windows installation and on UEFI default settings. I remember I tried different drivers and checked for faulty RAM, but it was OK. I recently swapped GPU and storage drives as well, but I still get those errors. I'm using 1801 BIOS version, btw. You?

    About the boot time, 30 sec is the same figure I get from power off.
    I did use 1701 and now 1801. No problems. And after I disabled "ASUS MultiCore Enhancement" Fast Boot finally works.

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    Angry Enough is enough

    Quote Originally Posted by aan3kk View Post
    I did use 1701 and now 1801. No problems. And after I disabled "ASUS MultiCore Enhancement" Fast Boot finally works.
    aan3kk, unfortunately, it was disabled but I ran into the errors anyway.

    However, a few days ago, after so much efforts and time spent, I’ve finally figured this one out: the very cause of this and some other minor issues affecting my PC all this time was the Rampage V Edition 10 motherboard. I just bought one from another manufacturer, clean-installed Windows 10 and the latest Nvidia drivers 390.77, and all is working fine, even the Fast Boot feature which was so problematic in the past. Finally, no more BSODs, no more annoyances and bullsh*t (like the SupremeFX Hi-Fi istance). I don’t know, there is a remote chance I was doing something wrong (and I tried resetting and updating and tweaking to the exhaustion, without any significant documentation to be found), but I more inclined to assume that this particular product is just bad (and I’m being polite).

    After this, I'll stay away from ASUS motherboards for a bit. On paper this MB was awesome, but, for me at least, it's just been a PITA and I should just have ditched it sooner, as from the very beginning going on it’s been showing one of the worst driver support I’ve ever seen in my life, and I even RMAed it a while back for networking related issues.
    Last edited by midlife_crisis; 02-06-2018 at 04:48 PM.

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    I fully agree with you. The motherboard looks awesome and is even better on paper but once you use it it is just mediocre. The support (I'm talking about the German support) is either completely crap or just for this Mainboard. I created a thread about my issues and linked in my previous posting. Support told me to get the latest drivers for ASMedia USB3.0 from a website of a PC Magazine. Boy, I can google myself. If ASMedia would provide the drivers themself there wouldn't be a problem because I always get the drivers directly from the manufacturer of the chip and not from the Mainboard manufacturer (since those drivers are known to be outdated).

    I don't have that many issues as you have, maybe because I did not installed any ASUS driver beside the Ai Charger+ (which isn't developed by ASUS itself). I don't use the SupremeFX Hi-Fi but the onboard soundcard but I also use the Windows 10 drivers here. And for the most other parts I directly went to Intel to get the latest drivers.

    I'm a long-time ASUS customer (20+ years) and I was always happy with ASUS and the support they provided but now especially the support is pure crap and completely useless and I'm also thinking about leaving ASUS behind and go to a different manufacturer. For sure I had some Mainboards that weren't good, for example one with a nVIDIA nForce 2 chipset. It wasn't ASUS fault but nVIDIA and that's why there's no nForce anymore. Or the P4B533-E which was prone to blown Elkos but again this was a general problem through all manufacturers, that's why we have capped Elkos today.
    I do have a second R5E10. The problem there is that the white foil between the PCH heatsink and the LED PCB below is missing, thus the LED light is not smoothed out but you can see the PCB below. Minor problem, easily to fix but ASUS support told me to return the Mainboard to the vendor. After I asked them if they're serious about me completely disassembling my PC just for a tiny white foil and telling them that it's not the vendors fault but ASUS QA failed doing their job they simply replied with how I can RMA the motherboard.

    Hell, I even bought complete custom watercooling blocks for the R5E10 from EKWB. One monoblock (VRM + CPU + PCH) and single blocks (one for VRM, one for CPU, one for PCH).

    ASUS support is not supporting anymore but just redirecting customers to 3rd parties so that they have to care about the customer. I expect more. For a Mainboard that costs nearly 500€ I except even more and especially for loyal and long-term customers I expect even much more.
    For example "Dear customer, we'll contact ASMedia to get the most recent drivers. If the problem is not solved with these new drivers please contact us again and we'll happily assist you in solving this." or "I'm sorry to hear our QA failed to spot this flaw. If you are ok with this I could send you either the whole PCH heatsink or just the plastic inlay depending on what you prefer. If that is not what you want I kindly ask you to RMA your Motherboard so we can send you a replacement before you have to send in your current Mainboard."

    It's the 10th Anniversary of ASUS ROG and they nearly don't support it at all.

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