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Ok but i have updated with 3.30 bios 3 or 4 mounth ago and till last week all works perfectly.

I tried to see my MEI firmware and the system tell me this:



Two question: is possibile that the cpu make this error?

If is the motherboard, can I try to change the chip bios?

Thank you!

Bye!
post #1102 of 1199
@Neon Lights

That look really nice! Too bad something is wrong with your motherboard/CPU or else it will be nice to see how it look like when you get it up and running smile.gif

Thanks for the update btw smile.gif
post #1103 of 1199
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Originally Posted by zancaracing View Post

Ok but i have updated with 3.30 bios 3 or 4 mounth ago and till last week all works perfectly.

I tried to see my MEI firmware and the system tell me this:



Two question: is possibile that the cpu make this error?

If is the motherboard, can I try to change the chip bios?

Thank you!

Bye!

Not gonna hide I'm not familiar with IME troubleshooting. First time seeing this issue. I would engage ASRock support to see what they have to say.

You probably had read these threads already:

This one someone mentioned at the end it had something to do with inf/IME driver installation sequence:
https://communities.intel.com/thread/47933

This one the fellow had to get a new mobo:
https://communities.intel.com/message/229782

It's gonna be a lengthy and painful default troubleshooting experience but I would engage ASRock support at this point. Sorry man, couldn't provide more help....

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Originally Posted by zancaracing View Post

Ok but i have updated with 3.30 bios 3 or 4 mounth ago and till last week all works perfectly.

I tried to see my MEI firmware and the system tell me this:



Two question: is possibile that the cpu make this error?

If is the motherboard, can I try to change the chip bios?

Thank you!

Bye!

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Originally Posted by jackk View Post

Not gonna hide I'm not familiar with IME troubleshooting. First time seeing this issue. I would engage ASRock support to see what they have to say.

You probably had read these threads already:

This one someone mentioned at the end it had something to do with inf/IME driver installation sequence:
https://communities.intel.com/thread/47933

This one the fellow had to get a new mobo:
https://communities.intel.com/message/229782

It's gonna be a lengthy and painful default troubleshooting experience but I would engage ASRock support at this point. Sorry man, couldn't provide more help....

Peace

I can tell you right now that if you contact ASRock support they will only tell you that you should RMA your Mainboard. If you want to be able to use it as fast as possible then RMA it.
post #1105 of 1199
The price of the X99 Extreme11.......... !!!???!!!!????


In my country, AUD $922
post #1106 of 1199
The big draw with the X79 Extreme11 was the SATA ports to create massive SSD arrays. X79 only had 2 SATA III connectors. With X99 you already have 10. Sure the bandwidth is going to be higher, but you really won't notice it in day-to-day usage.
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The big draw with the X79 Extreme11 was the SATA ports to create massive SSD arrays. X79 only had 2 SATA III connectors. With X99 you already have 10. Sure the bandwidth is going to be higher, but you really won't notice it in day-to-day usage.

Depends on what you do.

Also, the ASRock X99 Extreme11 has 18 SATA 3 connectors, by the way, haha!
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That's what I don't get. The 8 LSI SATA connectors on the X79 Extreme11 made complete sense. The 8 LSI SATA connectors plus the 10 Intel SATA connectors on the X99 Extreme11 really don't. I suppose if you need 4GB/sec sequential speeds that would be fine.
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That's what I don't get. The 8 LSI SATA connectors on the X79 Extreme11 made complete sense. The 8 LSI SATA connectors plus the 10 Intel SATA connectors on the X99 Extreme11 really don't. I suppose if you need 4GB/sec sequential speeds that would be fine.

Just imagine you have to play losslessly compressed 8K or 12K video files, then you would need such a high bandwidth.
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Can you boot from a PCI-Express SSd with this Mobo ?
    
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