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post #1021 of 2486
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Have you tried pulling the battery and clearing the cmos?
no.
but its brand new board (i self open it)
post #1022 of 2486
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no.
but its brand new board (i self open it)

When I get a 00 I always have to clear the CMOS. And if you are using Ivy Bridge CPUs you will likely need a newer bios than what the board came with. You can buy replacement bios' on eBay.
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post #1023 of 2486
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When I get a 00 I always have to clear the CMOS. And if you are using Ivy Bridge CPUs you will likely need a newer bios than what the board came with. You can buy replacement bios' on eBay.
ok i try it. thx
order new flash is to loong for me now frown.gif
btw that about asus utiltes?
and myh friend have 3930K maybe i try this cpu to load new bios (btw can i run xeon on x79 board? to check cpu do it ok)
UPD. clear cmos don't help frown.gif
UPD2. live photo (maybe i miss sth then assable)
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Edited by poulk - 12/17/13 at 2:00pm
post #1024 of 2486
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ok i try it. thx
order new flash is to loong for me now frown.gif
btw that about asus utiltes?
and myh friend have 3930K maybe i try this cpu to load new bios (btw can i run xeon on x79 board? to check cpu do it ok)
You can go both ways. The 3930k should work in the Z9 with non-ecc memory. Depending on the motherboard and it's bios the Xeons should work in X79. I'm betting the bios on your Z9 is too old. You won't be able to flash a new bios without a working processor. Throw that 3930k in there and flash the bios. Follow Asus's directions when you flash... You need to flash a certain version before you can flash the latest version if you're running an old non-CAP based bios.
post #1025 of 2486
ZDngrfld
thx
i hope "this is it"
tomorrow i try grab the 3930K and make it work.
btw which socket i need to use to run with 1 cpu ?
post #1026 of 2486

The socket furthest from the I/O area.

 

New CPU coolers came in:

 

Ahh!  So many LEDs, good thing this case has a side panel.  The fans that came with the CoolerMaster Seidon 120V are super loud too, those may need to be replaced.

post #1027 of 2486
I use this board and you can't use non xeon processors in it. The only processors that will work in this board are the 2600 series. If you get any processor other than the 2600 xeons, you are wasting your money. You can still try it, but it will not work. The desktop processors will NOT work in a server board, but you can use the xeons in a desktop board using the X79 chipset, but not a desktop processor in a dual processor board.
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You folks here apparently don't read on Asus' website what processors will work with this board. Only the 2600 series xeons will work in this board. I have tried other models in here with regular ddr3 memory just to try it and it will not work. If you spend money on these desktop processors, I guarantee they will not work. Don't bother wasting your time and money on getting them as you will be disappointed when they don't work.
Edited by asusdude24 - 12/17/13 at 2:16pm
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Did you put it in socket 1? I can't see why it wouldn't work. E5-4600(V2) works as well and isn't listed on Asus' support list either.

post #1030 of 2486
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The socket furthest from the I/O area.

 

New CPU coolers came in:

 

Ahh!  So many LEDs, good thing this case has a side panel.  The fans that came with the CoolerMaster Seidon 120V are super loud too, those may need to be replaced.

 

Looks much better 'nub

 

I see you've got yourself some new RAM as well that matches your board :yessir:

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