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Needed if you are using win7 and win8.1 if you want the same as win10.
I'm using the 1902 modded right now, at least it allows me to have 36h on Linux, win7, win8.1 and win10. So I can stress test on any, it will be consistent.
Right now I'm playing musical chair with my TZ, testing each dimm in each slot that are gonna be used. I'm limiting to 15mins GSAT for each test.

I bagged even the OEM 1902. 1701 or 0801 are my favorites. I do use W7 occasionally - haven;t had any "microcode" issues. wink.gif
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I bagged even the OEM 1902. 1701 or 0801 are my favorites. I do use W7 occasionally - haven't had any "microcode" issues. wink.gif
For one that supposedly able to reduce by 0.05v the voltage on core/cache with the updated microcode, that could be an issue. I'm still thinking that 1701 is the best too.
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Needed if you are using win7 and win8.1 if you want the same as win10.
I'm using the 1902 modded right now, at least it allows me to have 36h on Linux, win7, win8.1 and win10. So I can stress test on any, it will be consistent.
Right now I'm playing musical chair with my TZ, testing each dimm in each slot that are gonna be used. I'm limiting to 15mins GSAT for each test.

I use Windows 10 but I think the last microcode update was 7/2015 and there was a later version of the microcode released but I could be wrong. I posted asking in the WinRaid forums so hope I find out soon.

Still the modded bios has several modules updated to the most recent ones so I'm sure it's all good anyways. biggrin.gif
    
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Windows 10 has the latest microcode to date, 36h.
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Windows 10 has the latest microcode to date, 36h.

Thank you. smile.gif
    
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hello guys,

see i have an Asus Rampage V extreme with an intel 5930k, its overclocked to 4.4ghz with voltage 1.282, its 100% stable tested 12 hours on aida64, 8 hours on asus realbench, and 2 hours on linX on maximum ram, temperatures are 85-90 on linx and 65-70 on realbench and aida64, i didnt test prime95 as it has issues with newer intel cpus, ofcourse i have been using this pc for more than a year now for heavy gaming and it was always stable no issues what so ever.

now this is the thing:
i noticed that sometimes, and sometimes only as it boots normally mostly; that when i switch on the pc (cold start) it starts for a second or two, then turns off for just a little while then turns on again and boots normally, and it works perfectly fine afterwards for gaming or what ever i use it for, is this weird boot sequence okay or normal? or does it mean something is wrong with my mb or psu? im seriously worried! how can i confirm and be sure my pc is fine? and incase the boot sequence is normal can somebody explain why does it happen and is there a way to stop it?

more info:
- i didnt have time to redo full stability tests but i did a linx stress test on maximum for about an hour and it passed frequently
- pc has been perfectly stable for gaming no other issues expect for this boot thing!!
- im having ERP S4+S5 enabled on the bios, does it relate?
- the weird boot sequence happens randomly and not so often but still happens from time to time with no apparent reason.
- my other pc spec are down in my signature
- the reason im over-worried is that my old rig used to do the same thing and suddenly one day it just died totaly, didnt know if it was a cpu or motherboard issue cz i just threw it and bought this new rig and i dont want to also die on me (that pc was intel i7 4770k with a gigabyte sniper g1 mobo)

please advice guys.
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Just installed some Noctua fans into my PC.


When running, the fans spin at 100%. I have run fan tuning, which does not allow me to lower the fan speed/ adjust my fan curve.

I have been able to change my fan speed/adjust the fan curve by removing the "FanCalibrationData" found in /Programdata/Asus/DIP/FanXpert, although when I run fan tuning it sets the fans up to 100% and are not able to be adjusted.




Also, in a video made by JJ, he demonstrated Fan Xperts capabilities, when he runs fan tuning he has 8 fans being able to be controlled. I have a fan connected to every header and are only able to control 4 "Chassis Fan 1A" "Chassis Fan 2A" "Chassis Fan 3A" and CPU Fan, is this what it should be?



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nt-rh-WCxlc
Edited by X1XNobleX1X - 1/28/16 at 12:51am
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hello guys, Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
see i have an Asus Rampage V extreme with an intel 5930k, its overclocked to 4.4ghz with voltage 1.282, its 100% stable tested 12 hours on aida64, 8 hours on asus realbench, and 2 hours on linX on maximum ram, temperatures are 85-90 on linx and 65-70 on realbench and aida64, i didnt test prime95 as it has issues with newer intel cpus, ofcourse i have been using this pc for more than a year now for heavy gaming and it was always stable no issues what so ever.
now this is the thing:
i noticed that sometimes, and sometimes only as it boots normally mostly; that when i switch on the pc (cold start) it starts for a second or two, then turns off for just a little while then turns on again and boots normally Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
, and it works perfectly fine afterwards for gaming or what ever i use it for, is this weird boot sequence okay or normal? or does it mean something is wrong with my mb or psu? im seriously worried! how can i confirm and be sure my pc is fine? and incase the boot sequence is normal can somebody explain why does it happen and is there a way to stop it?

more info:
- i didnt have time to redo full stability tests but i did a linx stress test on maximum for about an hour and it passed frequently
- pc has been perfectly stable for gaming no other issues expect for this boot thing!!
- im having ERP S4+S5 enabled on the bios, does it relate?
- the weird boot sequence happens randomly and not so often but still happens from time to time with no apparent reason.
- my other pc spec are down in my signature
- the reason im over-worried is that my old rig used to do the same thing and suddenly one day it just died totaly, didnt know if it was a cpu or motherboard issue cz i just threw it and bought this new rig and i dont want to also die on me (that pc was intel i7 4770k with a gigabyte sniper g1 mobo)

please advice guys.
That's normal behavior if you are using the switch on the back of your PSU after you shutdown.
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Just installed some Noctua fans into my PC.


When running, the fans spin at 100%. I have run fan tuning, which does not allow me to lower the fan speed/ adjust my fan curve.

I have been able to change my fan speed/adjust the fan curve by removing the "FanCalibrationData" found in /Programdata/Asus/DIP/FanXpert, although when I run fan tuning it sets the fans up to 100% and are not able to be adjusted. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Also, in a video made by JJ, he demonstrated Fan Xperts capabilities, when he runs fan tuning he has 8 fans being able to be controlled. I have a fan connected to every header and are only able to control 4 "Chassis Fan 1A" "Chassis Fan 2A" "Chassis Fan 3A" and CPU Fan, is this what it should be? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nt-rh-WCxlc
What are your bios setting on the fan section (monitor then go down)?
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i know its normal if i use the switch, but i dont use it!!
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i noticed that sometimes, and sometimes only as it boots normally mostly; that when i switch on the pc (cold start) it starts for a second or two, then turns off for just a little while then turns on again and boots normally, and it works perfectly fine afterwards for gaming or what ever i use it for, is this weird boot sequence okay or normal? or does it mean something is wrong with my mb or psu? im seriously worried! how can i confirm and be sure my pc is fine? and incase the boot sequence is normal can somebody explain why does it happen and is there a way to stop it?

I'm not running my R5E yet (install coming this weekend) but I've seen that exact behavior on other machines I've built (all based on Asus boards). They too behave normally apart from this and are stable. I haven't noticed this leading to problems down the line or an indicator of a hardware problem. Likely someone will post as to what the actual cause of this is.
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