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post #1401 of 9841
Oh dear!!! I'm such an idiot sometimes.

Just remounted my CPU and began some stress testing. My temps instantly went through the roof headscratch.gif .

After a couple of minutes head scratching I realised it would probably help if I plugged my radiator fans back in doh.gif

Right. Now that's sorted its time to see if it has made a difference to my core temp disparity.
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post #1402 of 9841
Just popping in to give an update of my whole CPU mess.

Went out and bought a new 3930k (Wanted my 3960x back but realistically the 3930 is the same CPU -3 cache)
Installed it in my Rampage Formula IV and everything booted right up and everything is back to running great.

RMA'd the Rampage Extreme because my new CPU was going no were near that board. (New one should arrive in roughly a week and that's when i will switch the CPU back over.) And finally put the Rampage Formula back up for sale.

I examined the 3960x after taking it out of the bad Extreme boards and the bottom of the chip i can see its burnt kinda looks almost like a stain around some of the pin pads on the chip. So diffidently something in that Extreme board burned my CPU up. (Just installing windows)

So basically i am back up and running.It cost me a fortune total to have it running but i guess that's just things we have to deal with. I really cant complain because this setup is going in a Sponsored build and they are Sponsoring allot for it so that kinda makes up for what i lost anyway.

I still love the board so i am not switching boards as any company you could get a bad board from. Although it would have been nice of Asus to at least take some of the responsibility in the matter.

But is all over with and i am back up and running just at a mild 4.5Ghz 1.37v with the ram for now at 2133 @ 9.11.10.27 1T 1.55v

Thanks guys that helped me through the whole problem.

And special thanks to MacG32 for all the great advice and help you gave me while this was going on.

Take Care

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post #1403 of 9841
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Originally Posted by Canis-X View Post

Well, I got the hardware swapped out last night, WB's on the motherboard and all the wiring rerouted properly for the new motherboard layout. Tonight we fill the loops and begin the madness!! biggrin.gif
Wait for it.... Sorry for the poor quality of the pic, took it with my phone. rolleyes.gif

Looking good. smile.gif Is it filled and good to go now?

Quote:
Originally Posted by Jokah View Post

Oh dear!!! I'm such an idiot sometimes.
Just remounted my CPU and began some stress testing. My temps instantly went through the roof headscratch.gif .
After a couple of minutes head scratching I realised it would probably help if I plugged my radiator fans back in doh.gif
Right. Now that's sorted its time to see if it has made a difference to my core temp disparity.

Everything working good again or better?

Quote:
Originally Posted by mybadomen View Post

Just popping in to give an update of my whole CPU mess.

Went out and bought a new 3930k (Wanted my 3960x back but realistically the 3930 is the same CPU -3 cache)
Installed it in my Rampage Formula IV and everything booted right up and everything is back to running great.
RMA'd the Rampage Extreme because my new CPU was going no were near that board. (New one should arrive in roughly a week and that's when i will switch the CPU back over.) And finally put the Rampage Formula back up for sale.
I examined the 3960x after taking it out of the bad Extreme boards and the bottom of the chip i can see its burnt kinda looks almost like a stain around some of the pin pads on the chip. So diffidently something in that Extreme board burned my CPU up. (Just installing windows)
So basically i am back up and running.It cost me a fortune total to have it running but i guess that's just things we have to deal with. I really cant complain because this setup is going in a Sponsored build and they are Sponsoring allot for it so that kinda makes up for what i lost anyway.
I still love the board so i am not switching boards as any company you could get a bad board from. Although it would have been nice of Asus to at least take some of the responsibility in the matter.
But is all over with and i am back up and running just at a mild 4.5Ghz 1.37v with the ram for now at 2133 @ 9.11.10.27 1T 1.55v
Thanks guys that helped me through the whole problem.
And special thanks to MacG32 for all the great advice and help you gave me while this was going on.
Take Care
MybadOmen

I'm glad to see you up and running again. smile.gif
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post #1404 of 9841
No improvement really.

I noticed when i removed the block that the paste hadn't spread properly over one side of the cpu. I get the feeling that when I am fitting the block that i may be pushing it down at an angle initially and pushing the paste out in one direction. I'm going to remove and inspect one more time tomorrow and then leave it at that.

I've screwed up my graphics driver at the mo as well. Crashed while benching and now my core is some how stuck at 1335mhz at stock voltage. I can't even get into windows. I know how to sort it but Im done for tonight. Can't be bothered now.

Hopefully a more productive day tomorrow.
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post #1405 of 9841
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Originally Posted by mybadomen View Post

Just popping in to give an update of my whole CPU mess.

Went out and bought a new 3930k (Wanted my 3960x back but realistically the 3930 is the same CPU -3 cache)
Installed it in my Rampage Formula IV and everything booted right up and everything is back to running great.
RMA'd the Rampage Extreme because my new CPU was going no were near that board. (New one should arrive in roughly a week and that's when i will switch the CPU back over.) And finally put the Rampage Formula back up for sale.
I examined the 3960x after taking it out of the bad Extreme boards and the bottom of the chip i can see its burnt kinda looks almost like a stain around some of the pin pads on the chip. So diffidently something in that Extreme board burned my CPU up. (Just installing windows)
So basically i am back up and running.It cost me a fortune total to have it running but i guess that's just things we have to deal with. I really cant complain because this setup is going in a Sponsored build and they are Sponsoring allot for it so that kinda makes up for what i lost anyway.
I still love the board so i am not switching boards as any company you could get a bad board from. Although it would have been nice of Asus to at least take some of the responsibility in the matter.
But is all over with and i am back up and running just at a mild 4.5Ghz 1.37v with the ram for now at 2133 @ 9.11.10.27 1T 1.55v
Thanks guys that helped me through the whole problem.
And special thanks to MacG32 for all the great advice and help you gave me while this was going on.
Take Care
MybadOmen

Glad you are back up and running... not sure if I missed it at some point but did you get that performance plan from intel to take care of that 3960x?
 
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post #1406 of 9841
^^^ Pretty much the same results after switching blocks myself. Maybe it's time for some indigo extreme for me.

Any watercoolers here have a water temp sensor hooked up to the R4E ? If so which one.
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post #1407 of 9841
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Originally Posted by Jokah View Post

No improvement really.
I noticed when i removed the block that the paste hadn't spread properly over one side of the cpu. I get the feeling that when I am fitting the block that i may be pushing it down at an angle initially and pushing the paste out in one direction. I'm going to remove and inspect one more time tomorrow and then leave it at that.
I've screwed up my graphics driver at the mo as well. Crashed while benching and now my core is some how stuck at 1335mhz at stock voltage. I can't even get into windows. I know how to sort it but Im done for tonight. Can't be bothered now.
Hopefully a more productive day tomorrow.

Here's what I do to spread the thermal paste. I put a small amount of Tim on. I take a credit card and spread it all over. I then take the opposite edge of the card and lightly scrape across the whole top until it's completely thinned out. I've also put some Tim on and used a plastic bag around my finger to spread it all out evenly as well. Hope these might help. smile.gif

I run Driver Sweeper in Safe Mode, after uninstalling a problem driver, reinstall it, then run Registry Repair Wizard to make sure there's nothing wrong in there afterwards. wink.gif

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^^^ Pretty much the same results after switching blocks myself. Maybe it's time for some indigo extreme for me.
Any watercoolers here have a water temp sensor hooked up to the R4E ? If so which one.

The one for $12.99 here looks decent. smile.gif
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The one for $12.99 here looks decent. smile.gif

I was just looking at that. The Phobya pass-thru one. I was wondering if anyone has successfully used one of this type water sensor on the R4E. I suppose you'd just connect the 2pin connector to one of the 3 OPT_TEMP mobo headers.
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Snip

Not really a fan of spreading after watching this video.



I need to see if I've made the same mistake twice before I make any decisions though. Does anyone know which way the cores are aligned/arranged in the 3930K?
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