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Thread: C2750D4I IPMI triggering LNC event for VCCM sensor when using LV memory




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    Default C2750D4I IPMI triggering LNC event for VCCM sensor when using LV memory

    Anyone also using 1.35V Memory on this board?

    When I go into IPMI it is constantly triggering "Lower Non-Critical (LNC)" status errors for the VCCM sensor because the threshold is 1.35V. Does anyone know how to change the thresholds for these events? I know they are innocuous, but it is annoying to see them constantly.

    One thought I had was to go into the BIOS and change the memory voltage to 1.36V or whatever the next higher option is above 1.35 to at least make the events go away. Any thoughts on this?

    In case it matters, I am using Kingston KVR16LE11L/8 sticks. They are DDR3 1600 CL11 ECC UDIMMs. Currently in the middle of a memtest86 that is going well so far -- 43% 1st pass.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: C2750D4I IPMI triggering LNC event for VCCM sensor when using LV memory

    I contacted ASRock support and they got back to me with a BMC firmware update that lowered the threshold to 1.3V which got rid of the constant events. Woohoo!

    Not sure what else changed but if that was it I am guessing they will make this available to more people soon.

    This was my first interaction with ASRock and I can say I am please with the communication and turnaround.

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    Default Re: C2750D4I IPMI triggering LNC event for VCCM sensor when using LV memory

    Quote Originally Posted by create View Post
    This was my first interaction with ASRock and I can say I am please with the communication and turnaround.
    It's always great when people come back and make affirming posts such as you did there.

    Thanks.
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