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Vmem being when not powered on?

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So I guess this links to cold boot and what not, but I think after took apart my motherboard to ceramique the NB fan, I plugged it in and a boot failed.

 

Not wanting to clear CMOS so fast, I powered off my Seasonic and powered it back on. I stuck the meter in and it was reading 2.4V for Vdimm. Powered on and it jumped to 3.3V and I booted up.

 

Ummm any explanations why Vdimm/Vmem is being applied prior to bootup.

 

Also I have gotten a boot before where Vdimm registers 3.3v but no screen display. Moreover I can't power off using the power button on the motherboard and so I'm forced to hit the switch on PSU

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What bios are you using? Ive had the same, but not anymore with the new(er) bioses. I like 510-2 FIX (23-06-2005) for the VX.

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I'm using 623-3.

 

Actually I'm not sure if I hit cold boot. Cold boot is when you power on but Vmem only is like 2.6? I didn't have that. Power on and it hit 3.3. I guess my problem was that Vmem was being applied prior to a power up. I heard this was the cause for ram fryage..

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