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Maybe that's why... I have teamviewer on her machines so I can "help" when I'm away. Sorry Bro, I'm not certain what they are not powering down in W10 with v14 IRST. I would try try the folks at Win10forums with the problem.
(also have not move those boxes to W10 ... yet)

I might give that a go at some point, quite happy poking the bears over in the intel forum for now ...

https://communities.intel.com/message/342418#342418

... I hope to get passed forum dude and into 2nd / 3rd line support. Already played the install latest drivers and reboot game.
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So, someone on the Aquacomputer thread recently posted about plugging the Aquaero 6XT into the ROG connector/USB 2.0 header, but it was not recognized by the system. Plugging it into the other USB 2.0 connector worked. Has anyone else had issues with the ROG/USB?
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So, someone on the Aquacomputer thread recently posted about plugging the Aquaero 6XT into the ROG connector/USB 2.0 header, but it was not recognized by the system. Plugging it into the other USB 2.0 connector worked. Has anyone else had issues with the ROG/USB?

I have my Corsair AX1500i Link USB connection on that 2.0 header (The ROG Panel one) and it works just fine.
    
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start with ram at default and lock in on a good cpu/cache OC, then ram. I've come across a few example were folks spent long hours trying to stabilize a cpu/cache setting only to realize it was all wasted time - the ram default was flawed and/or had a bad stick. So.. before stress testing the cpu OC, just do a quick check of everything at optimized defauts. thumb.gif
I'll be working that tonight.
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Yeah 4.6Ghz on the cache.. you really need a good sample to do that. Those new samy E-die do well tho.

I just got a J518 chip. Had it to 4.8 last night but forget the voltage now. I know it runs 4.6 at 1.3v no issues.

What's the max safe voltage under water?

I'm still trying to learn all this adaptive settings stuff too.

The ram settings are mind numbing for me. I got what seems like a nice set of 4x8 RipJaws 4 3000. Works better than the Hyper X Predator at XMP settings. Just need to get it all tweaked up but dang if I understand it. laughingsmiley.gif


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I'll be working that tonight.
I just got a J518 chip. Had it to 4.8 last night but forget the voltage now. I know it runs 4.6 at 1.3v no issues.
What's the max safe voltage under water?
I'm still trying to learn all this adaptive settings stuff too.
The ram settings are mind numbing for me. I got what seems like a nice set of 4x8 RipJaws 4 3000. Works better than the Hyper X Predator at XMP settings. Just need to get it all tweaked up but dang if I understand it. laughingsmiley.gif
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A 5960X I presume... 24/7 voltage? stay around 1.3-1,35V. VCCIN is probably more relevant to durability. control vdroop and keep cacheV =< 1.3V and you're good to go IMO. I do chuckle at the question tho (on OCN) wink.gif
For ram - start with the an appropriate preset in the bios.
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A 5960X I presume... 24/7 voltage? stay around 1.3-1,35V. VCCIN is probably more relevant to durability. control vdroop and keep cacheV =< 1.3V and you're good to go IMO. I do chuckle at the question tho (on OCN) wink.gif
For ram - start with the an appropriate preset in the bios.

You presume? rolleyes.gif

Come on now ..... IF you have yet not recognized me as a cheap (non-extreme) "junkie" then we need to visit a medical facility near soon. laughingsmiley.gif

1: I'm older and unedumacated on the intricate settings and what they actually mean related to performance ..... now if you wonna talk about MECHANICAL fossil fuel engine related performance wellllll .... I'm yer Huckleberry. wink.gif

2: I try to comprehend explanation on all levels of my questions and others attempts to help, sometimes I succeed others I fail.

3: I always (you may know this wink.gif ) appreciate attempts to guide me through mine fields regardless of my mis-understanding of the why and hows that lead to a successful walk across them. thumb.gif

4: I spend more than I should for the reults/fun I gain in reality .... meh, who cares, I'm wacked!!!!!

Wonna ride motorcycles and do wheelies? I'm yer guy. biggrin.gif


You and I would be pals in face to face ..... I'm from Hughesville. wink.gif


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You presume? rolleyes.gif

Come on now ..... IF you have yet not recognized me as a cheap (non-extreme) "junkie" then we need to visit a medical facility near soon. laughingsmiley.gif

1: I'm older and unedumacated on the intricate settings and what they actually mean related to performance ..... now if you wonna talk about MECHANICAL fossil fuel engine related performance wellllll .... I'm yer Huckleberry. wink.gif

2: I try to comprehend explanation on all levels of my questions and others attempts to help, sometimes I succeed others I fail.

3: I always (you may know this wink.gif ) appreciate attempts to guide me through mine fields regardless of my mis-understanding of the why and hows that lead to a successful walk across them. thumb.gif

4: I spend more than I should for the reults/fun I gain in reality .... meh, who cares, I'm wacked!!!!!

Wonna ride motorcycles and do wheelies? I'm yer guy. biggrin.gif


You and I would be pals in face to face ..... I'm from Hughesville. wink.gif


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lol - all that caused by the "safe voltage network" JK. wink.gif As far as wheelies and bikes/cars go... 0-60 does nothing for me these days, it's the 150 to 55 time that is more important, redface.gif
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You presume? rolleyes.gif

Come on now ..... IF you have yet not recognized me as a cheap (non-extreme) "junkie" then we need to visit a medical facility near soon. laughingsmiley.gif

1: I'm older and unedumacated on the intricate settings and what they actually mean related to performance ..... now if you wonna talk about MECHANICAL fossil fuel engine related performance wellllll .... I'm yer Huckleberry. wink.gif

2: I try to comprehend explanation on all levels of my questions and others attempts to help, sometimes I succeed others I fail.

3: I always (you may know this wink.gif ) appreciate attempts to guide me through mine fields regardless of my mis-understanding of the why and hows that lead to a successful walk across them. thumb.gif

4: I spend more than I should for the reults/fun I gain in reality .... meh, who cares, I'm wacked!!!!!

Wonna ride motorcycles and do wheelies? I'm yer guy. biggrin.gif


You and I would be pals in face to face ..... I'm from Hughesville. wink.gif


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I like this guy.
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lol - all that caused by the "safe voltage network" JK. wink.gif As far as wheelies and bikes/cars go... 0-60 does nothing for me these days, it's the 150 to 55 time that is more important, redface.gif

I do realize "safe" is relative to nothing. wink.gif

Just looking for a base # I guess. With Haswell I didn't like pushing over 1.35v which I guess isn't as awful as I thought it was.

I'll be going through all the screen shot setting in here today trying to understand.

teaching.gif

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I like this guy.

Thanks - I'm not here for a long time I'm here for a good time! biggrin.gif

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