Overclock.net › Forums › Intel › Intel Motherboards › Asus Z9PE-D8 Owner's thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Asus Z9PE-D8 Owner's thread - Page 189

post #1881 of 2477
Tnx. Btw what case is that?
post #1882 of 2477
Np. Define XL (Fractal). IMHO you could do a cleaner job integrating the pump in the reservoir and using some rigid tubes. Unfortunately I never had the time to do that, maybe for the next workstation.
post #1883 of 2477
My next upgrade on tubing would be ridgid tubes. But since my board is new and complementing in the future about new VCs figured pvc/advance lrt would be better for now
post #1884 of 2477
Quote:
Originally Posted by fslharthy View Post

Hello all,

am new to this forum, wish if someone can help me with my issue redface.gif


My workstation freezes for strange reason, everything stucks mouse/keybaord cant move, screen stucked on last windows opened. and u cant do anything buy force shutdown the PC. it happens like 3-4 times a week running the workstation 24/7.

I tried messing with bios setting, but without luck frown.gif

am running the latest bios: 5601

my setup:
Mobo: Asus Z9PE-D8
CPU: 2x E5-2697 v2
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LP 1866MHz
GPU: Nvidia GTX 780ti
Storage: 1TB Samsung 840 evo
PSU: Corsair AX1200i

anyone faced similar issue?

anyone can give me recommended bios setting?

thanks <3

I solved my problem by doing a clean Windows Install, and i thought it was Hardware related -.-

thanks all <3
post #1885 of 2477
Quote:
Originally Posted by VitOne View Post

Hello all! I am using Windows 8.1 and the latest BIOS. I never experienced problems but now I am noticing that my CPUs (2687W) are turbo boosting only at 3.4Ghz (34x) also if I am using one-threaded applications like Cinebench in 1-core bench mode. Can you help me? I tried different settings in the BIOS but nothing is working.

Hello, I just wanted to share with you my experience. My problem is a software issue: Visual Studio 2013 Ultimate. Unfortunately it seems that the Hyper-V is creating issues with turbo-boost, allowing the OS to use just the lower boost frequency also in single-threaded tasks. I had to disable Hyper-V.
post #1886 of 2477
Hello everybody

A member of my F @ H team also has a Z9PE-D8 WS equipped with ES and wonders now whether the problem zutreffe with the 0503 BIOS well with him:
If the problem with the 0503 BIOS with the E5-2680 ES?
Does it concern only certain steppings?
If he can easily do a BIOS update or no longer run the E5-2680 ES?

Thank you for your help.

greeting


German text: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Hallo Zusammen

Ein Mitglied von meinem F@H-Team hat auch einen Z9PE-D8 WS mit ES bestückt und fragt sich nun ob die Problematik mit dem 0503-BIOS auch bei ihm zutreffe:
Besteht das Problem mit dem 0503-BIOS auch mit den E5-2680 ES?
Betrifft es nur bestimmte Steppings?
Kann er problemlos ein BIOS-Update machen oder laufen dann die E5-2680 ES nicht mehr?

Danke für eure Hilfe.

Gruss
post #1887 of 2477
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by fslharthy View Post

I solved my problem by doing a clean Windows Install, and i thought it was Hardware related -.-

thanks all <3

Good to know, will keep this in mind for future reference thumb.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by VitOne View Post

Hello, I just wanted to share with you my experience. My problem is a software issue: Visual Studio 2013 Ultimate. Unfortunately it seems that the Hyper-V is creating issues with turbo-boost, allowing the OS to use just the lower boost frequency also in single-threaded tasks. I had to disable Hyper-V.

Same as above.
Quote:
Originally Posted by $ilent View Post

Thread handed over to @TheBlademaster01

Thanks $ilent smile.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by Piccolo71320 View Post

Hello everybody

A member of my F @ H team also has a Z9PE-D8 WS equipped with ES and wonders now whether the problem zutreffe with the 0503 BIOS well with him:
If the problem with the 0503 BIOS with the E5-2680 ES?
Does it concern only certain steppings?
If he can easily do a BIOS update or no longer run the E5-2680 ES?

Thank you for your help.

greeting


German text: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Hallo Zusammen

Ein Mitglied von meinem F@H-Team hat auch einen Z9PE-D8 WS mit ES bestückt und fragt sich nun ob die Problematik mit dem 0503-BIOS auch bei ihm zutreffe:
Besteht das Problem mit dem 0503-BIOS auch mit den E5-2680 ES?
Betrifft es nur bestimmte Steppings?
Kann er problemlos ein BIOS-Update machen oder laufen dann die E5-2680 ES nicht mehr?

Danke für eure Hilfe.

Gruss

It is an issue related to steppings, not necessarily ES. Only B0 Sandy chips have this issue wink.gif
post #1888 of 2477
@TheBlademaster01: Thanks for the info.
post #1889 of 2477
I was thinking of upgrading my current chips, E5 2670s ES, (C0 Stepping) to a pair of E5 2696v2 ES (QDKA) B1. Is anyone running these type of cpus on this board?

Based on Blademaster's bios compatibility chart it seems like the cpus should be compatible with bios rev 5103 up until 5404 and on.... (I'm running 65gb NON ECC ram)

I'm basically looking to increase the core count in my system for rendering purposes....

Any insight would be helpful.


Thanks
post #1890 of 2477
How much for those 2670s smile.gif? Are they V1 or V2? Thanks buddy!


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
amzServer
(14 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
2x Xeon X5680 EVGA SR-2 GTX 780 Ti 48GB ECC 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
2x120GB SSD RAID0, 120GB SSD, 2x2TB RAID1 Pioneer BDR-205 Custom WC Loop W10 x64 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Monoprice 28" 4K Logitech Dinovo Edge Corsair RM1000 Cosmos II 
Mouse
Logitech MX Master 
  hide details  
Reply
amzServer
(14 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
2x Xeon X5680 EVGA SR-2 GTX 780 Ti 48GB ECC 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
2x120GB SSD RAID0, 120GB SSD, 2x2TB RAID1 Pioneer BDR-205 Custom WC Loop W10 x64 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Monoprice 28" 4K Logitech Dinovo Edge Corsair RM1000 Cosmos II 
Mouse
Logitech MX Master 
  hide details  
Reply
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Intel Motherboards
Overclock.net › Forums › Intel › Intel Motherboards › Asus Z9PE-D8 Owner's thread