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Originally Posted by LunaP View Post

sorry had to fix it, can't have misinformation going around , scares people off from reading the rest tongue.gif

I was speaking from my experience, I personally have 32 GB kits (four 8 GB sticks) and I've had those issues. I didn't speak for everyone. I haven't mixed any of my kits together neither have I run any high speeds.

Sorry had to correct this. smile.gif
post #5862 of 14767
Well dudes, I just woke up a bit ago and had my pc shutdown since I went to bed.
I figured the bandwith should be fine from a shutdown since it's fine from a restart, but nope.
Bandwith was back to 45k'ish.

But I did figure out something, I ran the exact pattern I did last night:

1. Load cmos profile or do a power up from complete shutdown, bandwith is bad beginning at this point.

Restart
Set cpu multi to 38, restart
Set cpu multi to 40 + set ram div lower at the same time
Restart
Set ram div higher
Restart
Done, bandwith is back to normal

No need to load windows or bench between those steps I found out.

Bug happens on complete shutdown.
Some cmos profiles from the get go have bad bandwith (my 110+2600 profile is this way, but my basic 110 profile isn't, the one I had before I got it seemly stable).
Loading a good profile from a bad profile doesn't fix the bandwith, but loading a profile with lower bclk does, but only if I can get back to 110 with good bandwith...

For example:
Load good 100 profile (Note this still has bad bandwith, but I think it's ok for this bclk).
Load bad 110+2600 profile = bad bandwith.

Load good 100 profile...
Load good 110 profile = good bandwith.
Load bad 110+2600 profile = bad bandwith.

When powering up form complete shutdown or after loading bad profile and restarting, use method above and it's back to good bandwith.

I've tried voltages timings and the like and nothing else fixes the prob.

Tested so far at 4.4ghz cpu, 2600+ mem, like the ones in my screens shots previously post a page or 2 back:

2hrs batman
1hr fc3
2hrs strider stable
1hr acm stable

It looks to be 100% stable but I'm not completely done with testing to be sure.
Edited by NEOAethyr - 2/21/14 at 2:57pm
post #5863 of 14767
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Originally Posted by cadaveca View Post

I had slots not working with 3960X, but 4960X in same board fixed it.


I blame your CPU.

For me, it was the bottom x16 electrical lsot that did not work, but all other did, and it's only when first x16 slot is populated.

IF you see that light is not on for that slot when you power board up...well...try slots 1/5/7


I realy dont know. But soon im gonna build my New rig. R4BE with 4960x.
post #5864 of 14767
Hoping someone can give me a bit of advice here.. been searching the web but can't find an answer to this question..

I've been running my R4BE for a few months now using the onboard audio. On my previous board (Rampage IV Extreme) I was running an Auzentech Bravura 7.1 card. Am I better off sticking with the R4BE onboard audio (seeing as the R4BE is newer than the Bravura) or will be Bravura give me a better audio experience given that it's a dedicated card? I've got no idea how to compare the two going by specs alone. I've upgraded the opamps on the Bravura as well, fwiw.

Opinions would be appreciated.

PS. Love this board. Nice and stable, all cores of the 4930K at 4.7GHz with liquid cooling. Yes I know I can get more out of it but this is a nice comfortable performance-vs-temp spot for me.
post #5865 of 14767
I'm getting random shut downs, no errors or blue screens. Could it be my power supply is starting to fail? Or the motherboard acting goofy?
post #5866 of 14767
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Originally Posted by LaBestiaHumana View Post

I'm getting random shut downs, no errors or blue screens. Could it be my power supply is starting to fail? Or the motherboard acting goofy?

probably the mobo, i dont think the psu would randomly go like that unless its hitting really high loads.

were you getting these problems while just light gaming/idle?

did it happen when you had your old 4930k in?
Edited by szeged - 2/22/14 at 7:11am
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post #5867 of 14767
How long does it run for before shutting down? Have you checked the mini dump?
post #5868 of 14767
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Originally Posted by szeged View Post

probably the mobo, i dont think the psu would randomly go like that unless its hitting really high loads.

were you getting these problems while just light gaming/idle?

did it happen when you had your old 4930k in?
Happens on idle, but a game will cause it to shut down and restart.

Didn't happen with the old CPU. I did have different problems with it though. I would get a BSOD when I powered it on, unless I did a restart. That went away with a clean win7 install.
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Originally Posted by Doug2507 View Post

How long does it run for before shutting down? Have you checked the mini dump?

On idle, about 1hour, a game will shut my PC down during loading screens even. Can't play for more than 20mins.

What's the mini dump? How do I check?
post #5869 of 14767
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Originally Posted by LaBestiaHumana View Post

I'm getting random shut downs, no errors or blue screens. Could it be my power supply is starting to fail? Or the motherboard acting goofy?

Hi, had the same issue when I first got my motherboard, it's most likely ram related, I had to adjust the ram settings and timings in the bios after doing that I've never had another random restart.
post #5870 of 14767
Hey guise! I have a RIVBE.. and I am looking to run quadfire... I have these blocks: EK-FC R9-290X-NKAC (http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_971_240_579&products_id=39425), and I know the bridges won't work... So does that mean I need to use the terminals? Also, which route do I take? I see options for serial, and parallel...?
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