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    New ROGer Array Pyro2577 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by BudBundy27 View Post
    What does this ErP mean? Where do you find that, and do you have to turn that on or off?
    It is energy saving thing, I have mine turned on as if i don't then when i power off the PC the USB is still active and i have RGB lights attached to them and they stay on.

    ErP enabled really powers everything down, I was reading that without the powerup and then off then on again is because some CPU's had issues so this I think is like a little kick in the guts for the CPU.

    Advanced -> APM Configuration -> ErP (Enabled or Disabled)

    I also read that if you disconnect from the wall or turn your powersupply off it will double boot regardless of the ErP setting.
    Last edited by Pyro2577; 01-11-2018 at 10:04 AM.

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    New ROGer Array BudBundy27 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyro2577 View Post
    It is energy saving thing, I have mine turned on as if i don't then when i power off the PC the USB is still active and i have RGB lights attached to them and they stay on.

    ErP enabled really powers everything down, I was reading that without the powerup and then off then on again is because some CPU's had issues so this I think is like a little kick in the guts for the CPU.

    Advanced -> APM Configuration -> ErP (Enabled or Disabled)

    I also read that if you disconnect from the wall or turn your powersupply off it will double boot regardless of the ErP setting.

    Ok, I'll give it a try. Many Thanks

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    New ROGer Array BudBundy27 PC Specs
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    Mhhh the funny thing is that this happens only when I take the PC completely from the power. If I shut him down and turn it on after a few hours, then nothing happens and he runs great. The RAM memory runs on 3600MHz without moaning. If I do not use the XMP profile, then the Ram runs on standard bag so 2133MHz. If I take it from the stream, that does not happen with the 2 times. So I know before that this has to do with the XMP, but why only?

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