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I went back to the L3.01 beta and behold my sound works now.... so if any has a 3930k or sandy bridge chip I would recommend staying
with the 2.8 bios.I tried the new 3.3 bios and it still had problems as well. If anyone has the 2.8 bios I would greatly appreciate if they
would send it my way or a download link to it
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Might be of some help to others with similar memory problems. First, the specs:

CPU: Intel Core i7-4930K 3.4GHz 6-Core
CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing
Motherboard: ASRock X79 Extreme11 EATX LGA2011
Memory: Corsair Dominator GT 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR3-1866
Storage: 2 x Western Digital Caviar Black 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM
Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 770 4GB
Case: Thermaltake Chaser A71 ATX Full Tower
Power Supply: Cooler Master 1500W ATX12V
Optical Drive: Asus DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS DVD/CD Writer
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 8.1 Professional (32/64-bit)
Keyboard: Logitech Y-UY95
Mouse: Logitech G500 Wired Laser

Initial boot with 4 DIMMs in A1, B1, C1, and D1 produced a b7 code (a memory problem). Then tried each DIMM in A1 alone--each booted to UEFI with no problem, verifying there was no problem with the memory modules. Added a DIMM to B1 without a problem. Added a DIMM to C1 without a problem. But, adding the final DIMM to D1 produced b7. ASRock tech support advised removing the CPU to check the pins (all fine) and reseating the CPU. This solved the problem. All DIMMS now recognized. Subtle issue with CPU contacts, apparently.
Edited by mjstrube - 3/15/14 at 12:33pm
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All of my ram works fine but since the Bios update it wouldn't run @ 2400 speed anymore. I have to downgrade the speed to 2133 now for it to work. I can set it to 2400 and it will boot but when I check it using Maxxmem it runs slower than if i had set it on 1333 default in the bios. I reflashed back to 2.8 and it runs at speed again. That was quite a while ago when I noticed that and flashed my Bios back to 2.8. Unfortunately my RIVE MB won't let me flash the bios to an earlier one. It checks the creation date and won't allow flashing back to earlier versions. Now that ram must be set to 2133 and I can't go back to set it to 2400 anymore. They have changed the ram settings along with the support for the newer IB-E chips. The IB-E doesn't give me enough of an increase in speed to warrant the cost of the CPU. I have also heard that the IB-E CPU's aren't as readily overclockable as the SB-E versions were. You can't get the same ratio of overclock on the IB-E as you could with the SB-E. My 3930K overclocked from 3.2 GHz to 4.9GHz. I actually got it to 4.975GHz but it was a little glitchy so I went back to 4.9GHz stable. That's an increase of +50% and my voltage is set to 1.42V. I haven't seen anyone overclock the IB-E to that +50% extent yet. I'm only using an H100 for cooling.
Edited by Twotenths - 3/16/14 at 11:43pm
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Encountered a problem when I started populating the PCIe x16 slots with additional GPUs. The headers for the front panel switches and LEDs, audio, etc. are under any double-wide GPU put in Slot 7. The connectors for my Thermaltake Chaser A71 stick up just enough that the GPU cannot be seated completely. Waiting on an extender that will provide an additional .8 cm of clearance.
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Yeah, take a look a few pages back, I dealt with the same issue as well.

Are you watercooling or have the stock heatsink on for the gpus?
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Using stock.
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Hm, that's strange. What cards are you using? I was able to use the stock gtx780 with the titan cooler in the last slot and still have my usb and other other devices connected to the headers on the bottom with enough clearance. It's only when I switched the cards to waterblocks I had issues with clearance.
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These are Tesla GPUs to be used for some simulation work. They do seem to ride pretty low in the back. The graphics card is GTX 770 and perhaps I can place that one in Slot 7, although the board has been a bit picky about where that gets put. When I had it in Slot 1, the other GPUs weren't recognized. I'll give it a try in Slot 7 and see if it fits.
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Tried getting the GTX 770 to fit in Slot 7 but to no avail (was pretty aggressive about it). The Thermaltake case front panel and audio connectors just stick up too high. The extender should arrive soon and will hopefully solve the problem. In the mean time, I ordered an additional 32GB of memory--those empty slots just looked too lonely.
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So I got the new main board today...

2 things I am pissed about.

1. I can't get the LSI controller to work as UEFI so I can't use more than 2 gb if I want win7 on it. So I had to use another disk.

2. The insane fan noise from that idiotic system fan, it sounds like a jet engine that's chewing on small rocks...

Other than that, I'm fairly happy, just a little disappointing that there is no Bluetooth built in like on my old Rampage IV...
    
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