So, I'll stop tap dancing around the question then...So either a bclk reduction or link speed change for me was required to stop them.
Same here.Haven't managed to get this to work on my X99E ITX, modding the bios to remove the microcode, everything seems to go fine, BIOS writes to the board and then it just won't boot, fans spin up but blank screen. I've done everything from scratch twice now and same thing.
Could it be because I'm using an ES/QS Xeon?
Same here.2696V3 ES (306f2) & Asrock Rock EP2C612D16
how to change the tdp power limits? I have it changed in bios, but it will not affect when the system starts.
Again, this is why a proper BIOS mod is IMHO the preferred method. Some BIOS may refuse to continue if no microcode update happens, maybe could try changing the update version dword to zero so if it's a simple compare after trigger it would pass or better still change the underlying code.I'm not able to get C3 (or any powerstates besides C1) to work on my Gigabyte X99 Extreme Gaming motherboard.
You can use Intel Flash Image Tool (fit.exe) for editing ME firmware values. (for Server MB firmware you need a different version of Flash Image Tool, spsfit.exe)Ahh, okay. Perhaps if ME were modified the correct way? I have no idea how to do that.
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