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    Posted: 19 Apr 2019 at 2:54pm
Hi there,

i got a x470 taichi and was happy with it until now. The thing is, my bios suddenly got really, really slow. I dont mean boottime or something like that. Its like pressing a key and it needs 2-3 seconds to convert it onto the screen. The problem is i dont know since when its like that. My guess is that it happened after i installed that rgb software which flashed a new firmware(?) for the rgb interface...
What i tried so far: flashing a new bios, resetting cmos by switch, installing the rgb software again to see if there is a new firmware

I just want to know if its a common issue and if there is a fix for it. Pretty anoying to test new oc settings and needing "half an hour" just to change the voltage.
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OK so i researched a bit more and found out that the front-usb-c connector (Case to Mainboard) is causing this problem. The question is now: Is it the mainboard, the cable or the port thats not ok. Anyone got an idea how to find out?
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It would likely to be caused by you accidentally put the "Boot Performance Mode" on to "Max Battery".

p.s. This setting exists on my Z390 Taichi bios.
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