Alright, I am trying to set up a new machine, and run into a problem I haven't had before. Insights will be most welcomed.
Setup is such:
3930x on a RIVE board
OS win-7 64 bit
Computer cannot finishing load OS during cold boot. Will ALWAYS stop at the logo. (repulicated many times)
however, if during cold boot, you pass by the BIOS, just get in, Save and exit, the system boots without any problems whatsoever. Also passes ALL stress tests, P95, SuperPi32M, IntelBurn, with no problem at all.
now this perplexes me.
what is it does a warm boot and cold boot not have in common?
why does passing the BIOS make the OS load when it otherwise won't?
Normal reset start: No problem.
now COLD BOOT DOES work, when CPU multiplier is at 48. at 1.50V
so I thought, AH HA, Vcore problem.
BUT upping Vcore by 500mV (to 1.55V) to try Cold Boot: still fail.
still needs to pass by BIOS to boot, and then system totally ok.
System ALWAYS POST.
so what is it that a cold boot requires that a warm boot doesn't?
and WHY it always stop at the window LOGO screen?
The problem with cold boot happens with multiplier is 49+, and adding Vcore doesn't seem to fix the problem...