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did you sweep any residual driver stuff with DDU?

DDU ???
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DDU ???
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post #3603 of 10633
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Originally Posted by kamyk155 View Post

load bios defaults
3.0GHz 2133MHz total auto
only changes :
fast boot ON
disable asus logo
Asmedia hdd controler OFF

= windows loading freeze and no BSOD

Changed place of memory sticks, reduced pressure of water block on cpu - windows loading freeze.......no bsod.
Another start - windows start and try to autorepair - freeze again and no bsod.

Now I can say my system in not stable at all.
What do do now ? Send another mobo to CRAPsus ?
Its a joke........but it's not funny at all.

Now I am on 95% stable 3.5GHz XMP2 3000MHz like before........



why dont u run things on stock / load bios defaults and see if the problem goes away
post #3604 of 10633
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Originally Posted by kamyk155 View Post

load bios defaults
3.0GHz 2133MHz total auto
only changes :
fast boot ON
disable asus logo
Asmedia hdd controler OFF

= windows loading freeze and no BSOD

Changed place of memory sticks, reduced pressure of water block on cpu - windows loading freeze.......no bsod.
Another start - windows start and try to autorepair - freeze again and no bsod.

Now I can say my system in not stable at all.
What do do now ? Send another mobo to CRAPsus ?
Its a joke........but it's not funny at all.

Now I am on 95% stable 3.5GHz XMP2 3000MHz like before........



why dont u run things on stock / load bios defaults and see if the problem goes away

I always prefer doing a Cmos reset when things seem to be playing up, just my personal preference

but I agree with OP, your making things more complicated than they have to be.
post #3605 of 10633
All day testing - still nothing.
Tested Vcore up to 1,3V for 4GHz.......
Tested other voltages.
Tested XMP profiles with different clocks for cpu and ram.
Tested manual ram 2133/2400/2666/2800/3000 and voltages.
If I only chenge cpu/ram I see BSOD (machine check exception) and after restart all kind of error codes even not included in manual for mobo........
Only thing that work but still sometimes BSOD or error code is auto cpu and xmp memory 3000 = 3,5GHz cpu.

Now testing load bios optimized - without touching anything.
I see in cpu-z cpu at 3GHz and RAM 2133 15-15-15.
Need to turn on/off few times......
post #3606 of 10633
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Originally Posted by kamyk155 View Post

All day testing - still nothing.
Tested Vcore up to 1,3V for 4GHz.......
Tested other voltages.
Tested XMP profiles with different clocks for cpu and ram.
Tested manual ram 2133/2400/2666/2800/3000 and voltages.
If I only chenge cpu/ram I see BSOD (machine check exception) and after restart all kind of error codes even not included in manual for mobo........
Only thing that work but still sometimes BSOD or error code is auto cpu and xmp memory 3000 = 3,5GHz cpu.

Now testing load bios optimized - without touching anything.
I see in cpu-z cpu at 3GHz and RAM 2133 15-15-15.
Need to turn on/off few times......


after choosing optimized defautls , does the system boot normal in to wondows or not ..

dont over clock any thing just remain on stock .

at stock setings does it boot in to windows ....if it does not what error code shows up , which psu do u have and what are the other system components
post #3607 of 10633
7x on/off and still booting good but longer. I see changing post codes really slow one by one. I see one strange thing - when I OC to 4ghz or cpu auto+xmp=3,5ghz before - and I can enter windows my lan card show me no internet for about 30-45sec, but now total stock settings in bios and enter windows - lan (internet) work immediately.
I will stay at this totally stock bios settings and see tomorrow after night turn on computer to see windows boot.or not.
But this is tottaly strange - I try before load optimized with this only changes :
fast boot ON
disable asus logo
Asmedia hdd controler OFF
and after that see freeze or bsod at windows loading.

Today I even pulled out two of my hdds from computer because from some time I hear clicking (not clicks of dead - only parking / wake up).
I was afraid they are dying and bsod and instability is caused by them.
post #3608 of 10633
All my system components:

Core i7 5960x
Asus x99 RVE
4x4GB 2800MHz Corsair Vengeance
2x GTX980 EVGA SC SLI
SSD 120GB Samsung 840 (system)
SSD 512GB Crucial MX100 (games)
HDD 320GB Samsung F4 (important data - copys)
HDD 1TB Samsung F3 (internet download data)
HDD 2TB Samsung F4EG (storage)
HDD 6TB WD Green (mega storage)
PSU Super Flower Platimax 1000W
Case XSPC Cube + water cooled CPU and 2x GPU
post #3609 of 10633
About 15-20 turn on/off computer and still windows loading good and no bsod or codes - will try in the morning again. That will be really cold boot after night.
post #3610 of 10633
First of all, why are people posting their problems and seeking help in a thread that is designed for general discussion and bragging rights? Go over to the official support thread where you can ask for assistance.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1510328/asus-x99-motherboard-series-official-support-thread-north-american-users-only

KamyK155: What hardware you have doesn't factor into getting your system to boot. And if you can't get it to boot to desktop, how were you able to install Windows in the first place? What version of bios are you running? What slots do you have your RAM installed in?

These new bios chips seem to retain settings. If you ever modify a setting and you can't post or boot into desktop, you MUST clear cmos. Everytime. You can make a change, watch it fail, and go back into bios and revert the setting only to see it continue to fail. You must clear cmos after every failure as a general rule of thumb.

"That will be a really cold boot after night." Okay.. I don't think you understand what the term 'cold boot' means. It has NOTHING to do with temperature or time. I offer the following definition: "The start-up of a computer from a powered-down, or off, state. Also called a hard boot. Contrast with warm boot, restarting a computer via the operating system."

Lastly, you shouldn't be overclocking as you have no idea what you're doing. BUT, if you are insistent on pursuing it anyways, then you really should go over to the official support thread linked above and ask for help.

ALSO: http://rog.asus.com/365052014/overclocking/rog-overclocking-guide-core-for-5960x-5930k-5820k/
Edited by LuckyDuck69 - 1/11/15 at 12:48pm
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