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    Question UEFI 1801 for RVE10 and Strix X99 issues

    Who install this version BIOS can you write bugs and featured you found on it?

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    Installed on my X99 and no probs so far

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    Updated from 1701 to 1801.

    When "Advanced" => "Onboard Devices Configuration" => RGB LED option "In sleep, hibernate and soft off states" is set to "Off" system does not start. Screen is black, QCode stucks at "bF" and after a while PC turns down itself. Only BIOS reset helps to bring it back to life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkest View Post
    Updated from 1701 to 1801.

    When "Advanced" => "Onboard Devices Configuration" => RGB LED option "In sleep, hibernate and soft off states" is set to "Off" system does not start. Screen is black, QCode stucks at "bF" and after a while PC turns down itself. Only BIOS reset helps to bring it back to life.
    What frequncy you RAM sticks?
    BF post code indiacte issues with ram/imc undevoltage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nixon2992 View Post
    What frequncy you RAM sticks?
    BF post code indiacte issues with ram/imc undevoltage.
    I have four Kingston HyperX Fury Black 4GB/2666 (HX426C15FB/4)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    Is it a single memory kit?
    It is four sticks of the same model each one in individual package, not a 4 in 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkest View Post
    It is four sticks of the same model each one in individual package, not a 4 in 1.
    You system boot normaly if speed ram sticks is 2133Mhz?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkest View Post
    It is four sticks of the same model each one in individual package, not a 4 in 1.
    Combining memory kits and modules is always a bad idea. Try removing your memory modules except for one to test.

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