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What happens when you just run the memory at 1333?

If you truely need to replace the board, see if they have the X79 DELUXE. It won't support the OC Bot, but is a really nice board, 2nd to the RIVBE IMHO.

I would check more with the memory. Try the 1333MHz and see what you get.


It may have some to do with the memory but in reference to the bent pins I had to "mostly" fix.

I may try and do the RAM settings manually and see how that works.

Other than setting the voltage to 1.6 and the timings to their respective numbers are there any other settings I need to change in regards to setting the RAM manually?
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Hello. I am pondering if I should switch my cpu for virtualization systems: I currently have 4930K@4.5GHz, which is very nice. However, I came across E5 XEON engineering sample, 2687W QB7R ES. Is there any way know for sure if it would work with my mobo? Also: would it be possible to OC it rising bus speed?

Thanks!

-C
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Hello. I am pondering if I should switch my cpu for virtualization systems: I currently have 4930K@4.5GHz, which is very nice. However, I came across E5 XEON engineering sample, 2687W QB7R ES. Is there any way know for sure if it would work with my mobo? Also: would it be possible to OC it rising bus speed?

Thanks!

-C

I would check out this thread on the Xeons for more info.
Otherwise I believe the 2600 series works fine with this board.
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Hello. I am pondering if I should switch my cpu for virtualization systems: I currently have 4930K@4.5GHz, which is very nice. However, I came across E5 XEON engineering sample, 2687W QB7R ES. Is there any way know for sure if it would work with my mobo? Also: would it be possible to OC it rising bus speed?

Thanks!

-C

I have an E5 2670 SR0KX working perfectly on my mobo, and before that i even had a Xeon Q19D or a QA88 (can't remember) which had no issues at all, despite being stepping A. Since the Xeon you want is a "recent" stepping (stepping C) it will most likely work fine as well. The only thing to read about is if you use VT-d, as some early stepping SB-E Xeons do not support the feature, or gives issues while using. If you need it, you need a SB-E CPU with C1 stepping, or go to IB-E Xeons.

However, i wouldn't count on any kind of OCing on it. It is at best hit and miss with Spicy CPUs, and you are getting a 2xxx Xeon, which are all locked, multiplier wise. If you want to OC, it would be best to get an E5 16xx, either V1 or V2, as the quad, hexa, and octacore variants are unlocked. Check this thread for more info on unlocked Xeons.
   
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It may have some to do with the memory but in reference to the bent pins I had to "mostly" fix.

I may try and do the RAM settings manually and see how that works.

Other than setting the voltage to 1.6 and the timings to their respective numbers are there any other settings I need to change in regards to setting the RAM manually?
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It may have some to do with the memory but in reference to the bent pins I had to "mostly" fix.

I may try and do the RAM settings manually and see how that works.

Other than setting the voltage to 1.6 and the timings to their respective numbers are there any other settings I need to change in regards to setting the RAM manually?

I would download AIDA64 and check your SPD there. It will give you further settings you can set. Auto doesn't always get what it is supposed to be even with XMP.

Any luck with running the memory at 1333?
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Update on my BSOD issue. I went ahead and changed some of the OC settings in my bios except for the actual CPU OC and the vcore. Now I do not get any BSODs at all. That seems odd to me but I am no pro at this yet.

Why would I get BSODs when not having the OC parameters set but no BSODs when they are set?

I also have a question on the LLC settings (Load Line Calibration). I can't find any notes or mention of if I should set them or not so I left them on auto. Any suggestions?
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Update on my BSOD issue. I went ahead and changed some of the OC settings in my bios except for the actual CPU OC and the vcore. Now I do not get any BSODs at all. That seems odd to me but I am no pro at this yet.

Why would I get BSODs when not having the OC parameters set but no BSODs when they are set?

I also have a question on the LLC settings (Load Line Calibration). I can't find any notes or mention of if I should set them or not so I left them on auto. Any suggestions?

 

Q: Why would I get BSODs when not having the OC parameters set but no BSODs when they are set?
A: You shouldn't.  If you've F5'ed everything back to stock settings, you should never BSOD due to hardware failure unless there's something wrong with your hardware or your bios/uefi image is corrupt.

 

Q: I also have a question on the LLC settings (Load Line Calibration). I can't find any notes or mention of if I should set them or not so I left them on auto. Any suggestions?
A: LLC is actually a very important piece of your overclock. It's tricky to explain/understand, but Raja over on the ROG forum posted a really good explanation along with graphics to illustrate how it works. If you check in over there I'm sure you'll find it.  Fwiw, leaving it at "AUTO" works pretty well for me, though you'll find LLC is a hotly debated setting.  Lower is better, but lower doesn't always work. YMMV.

*LLC tip: if you're not closing in on the 1.4v cieling, don't stress about LLC, just leave it on AUTO (or even turn it up if you need to). LLC only becomes something to monitor closely *IMHO* when you're at or near max safe vcore.
 

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Q: Why would I get BSODs when not having the OC parameters set but no BSODs when they are set?

A: You shouldn't.  If you've F5'ed everything back to stock settings, you should never BSOD due to hardware failure unless there's something wrong with your hardware or your bios/uefi image is corrupt.

Q: I also have a question on the LLC settings (Load Line Calibration). I can't find any notes or mention of if I should set them or not so I left them on auto. Any suggestions?

A: LLC is actually a very important piece of your overclock. It's tricky to explain/understand, but Raja over on the ROG forum posted a really good explanation along with graphics to illustrate how it works. If you check in over there I'm sure you'll find it.  Fwiw, leaving it at "AUTO" works pretty well for me, though you'll find LLC is a hotly debated setting.  Lower is better, but lower doesn't always work. YMMV.


*LLC tip: if you're not closing in on the 1.4v cieling, don't stress about LLC, just leave it on AUTO (or even turn it up if you need to). LLC only becomes something to monitor closely *IMHO* when you're at or near max safe vcore.

 
That is what I thought so as I did F5 the settings in the BIOS. I am guessing that there may be something wrong with my MB. I am having minor problems with this board as at least one onboard fan controller is not working correctly, I think another has stopped working correctly but I have started using my Grid+ V2 for most of my fans except for my CPU and back exhaust fan. .
One thing though that I recently thought of that may have been the culprit, I had my GPU OC'd the whole time and did not have the PCIe spread spectrum disabled in bios, but I am not sure if that would affect anything or not.

As far as LLC goes, I was told to put them at max (about 180%). I am pretty sure I had them adjusted prior but was not sure......

EDIT: I remember reading the stuff Raja posted but have been having trouble finding the old thread and post that I primarily used for my BIOS settings. I had to go off of some notes and other guides.
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If anyone wants to water cool their board I am selling my blocks here in the market place. Also selling my 4960x if you want to upgrade your CPU!! Just look in the market place!! Oh yeah a set of 64 GB ram with water blocks and black heat spreaders on them!!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1606257/cpu-for-sale-i-have-a-i7-4960x-for-sale/0_50

http://www.overclock.net/t/1606256/64-gb-2400-mhz-ddr3-ram-with-black-heat-spreaders-and-ek-monarch-cooling-blocks/0_50
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If anyone wants to water cool their board I am selling my blocks here in the market place. Also selling my 4960x if you want to upgrade your CPU!! Just look in the market place!! Oh yeah a set of 64 GB ram with water blocks and black heat spreaders on them!!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1606257/cpu-for-sale-i-have-a-i7-4960x-for-sale/0_50

http://www.overclock.net/t/1606256/64-gb-2400-mhz-ddr3-ram-with-black-heat-spreaders-and-ek-monarch-cooling-blocks/0_50

Awesome prices. I want both but can't get them right now. Though TBH I have been thinking about upgrading to X99.....
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