Hi. Its my new topic in short time. My mobo is Asus Z370 Pro Gaming. And rams: Gskill 2x8GB 2133mhz ( XMP 3000mhz ).
Cpu 8700K. When i choose in UEFI first time XMP profile i saved and booted fine to UEFI.
I turn off pc,turn on again after 2 hours, and then, i met screen:
THE SYSTEM HAS POSTED IN SAFE MODE.
This happened just once. Now its booting fine,but i dont know why it booted just once with this message.
This is screen from internet ,but the same msg:
My psu also is Corsair 750RM i
I tried to reproduce this warning but i am not able to do that.
Reverting to standard and then again to XMP save. Turn off pc. But not warning.
Any ideas why it happened just once,and still its something wrong?
Memtest not showing errors.
How this works can vary from one BIOS implementation to another, but here is the general case:
You enable an XMP profile and exit from BIOS Setup. The BIOS performs a hard reset of the system. During subsequent POSTs, so long as no issues occur, the BIOS will attempt to initialize the memory subsystem with the settings from this XMP profile. If the BIOS (Memory Reference Code) detects that these settings cannot be supported, it will invoke recovery. Alternatively, if the memory bus(es) hang as a result of these settings, the system will be reawakened by the Watchdog Timer and the recovery code will then be invoked. The recovery code will back off to a safe set of settings (typically 1333MHz for DDR3, 2133MHz for DDR4) and try again. If this is ok, it will come up presenting this "system has POSTed in safe mode" message. At this point,
Hope that helps,
I tried to reproduce this warning but i am not able to do that. Reverting to standard and then again to XMP save. Turn off pc by power button. But not warning. Any ideas why it happened just once,and still its something wrong?
This occured when pc was off some time , 4 hours . And then. I met users using XMP with the same issue , only after pc was off some time.
Memtest not showing errors also.