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I ran into a serious problem with my new x99 Broadwell-E build(in signature) last night while installing drivers on a fresh Windows 10 install.

Tuesday I put everything together and ran Memcheck86 on each of my 4 sticks to test for defects. Total of about 5 hours of testing, maybe 10-15 boot cycles.
The only bios settings that I altered were to ignore low fan speed warnings.

Yesterday I installed windows 10 to a m.2 SSD connected via the pci card that came with my motherboard (x99 Deluxe II), I installed the following drivers from the asus support site in order:

Intel Chipset driver
Intel Management Engine
Intel Gigabit Ethernet Driver
Wi-Fi Driver v7.35 for win 10

Google chrome was also installed during this time. The last thing I did was change the computer name, it prompted me to restart the computer. I restarted the computer through the start menu, and...

It never rebooted.

No post, no bios screen, no signal to the monitor. All lights turn on and fans spin up, various Q-codes cycle for about a minute until it stops and stays on Q-code 99 (or gg?).

Attempted troubleshooting steps with no resulting change unless otherwise indicated :

Confirmed monitor+hdmi works on another machine
Removed all hard drives/ssds/usb drives
Removed all pci components, usb headers, mouse, keyboard
Replaced Mouse and Keyboard
Replaced graphics card, tested original card and replacement in another machine
Tested power supply in another machine
Reset CMOS using switch
Removed cmos battery for 5-10 min while computer unplugged from wall and other devices and replaced(appempted twice)
Removed all but one RAM stick, tested several individual sticks in several different slots
Removed all RAM stick to test validity of error reporting, Resulted in Q-Code 53, no memory, being displayed
Flashed BIOS to newest version available (0601, board came with bios version 0401)
Flashed BIOS to earliest version available (0209)

Other notes:
Purchased my CPU from Silicon Lottery, was overclocked by them to 4.4ghz and stress tested for 1 hour successfully.
As noted above, tested memory day prior to windows install, 0 errors reported across all sticks
Used latest win10 build direct from Microsoft Website
On the top of the motherboard there are 8 + 4 pins for CPU power, my power supply only had 8 pins for connection so that is all I plugged into the board, exactly like this


At this rate it looks like an RMA, but I really don't want to go through that, seeing how I've spent 3 months planning this build, 3 days building and testing it, and now a half day troubleshooting this issue. I'd love to hear any and all suggestions or ideas to try before I go with the nuclear option.

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post #12372 of 15997
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Originally Posted by vibraslap View Post

I ran into a serious problem with my new x99 Broadwell-E build(in signature) last night while installing drivers on a fresh Windows 10 install.

Tuesday I put everything together and ran Memcheck86 on each of my 4 sticks to test for defects. Total of about 5 hours of testing, maybe 10-15 boot cycles.
The only bios settings that I altered were to ignore low fan speed warnings.

Yesterday I installed windows 10 to a m.2 SSD connected via the pci card that came with my motherboard (x99 Deluxe II), I installed the following drivers from the asus support site in order:

Intel Chipset driver
Intel Management Engine
Intel Gigabit Ethernet Driver
Wi-Fi Driver v7.35 for win 10

Google chrome was also installed during this time. The last thing I did was change the computer name, it prompted me to restart the computer. I restarted the computer through the start menu, and...

It never rebooted.

No post, no bios screen, no signal to the monitor. All lights turn on and fans spin up, various Q-codes cycle for about a minute until it stops and stays on Q-code 99 (or gg?).

Attempted troubleshooting steps with no resulting change unless otherwise indicated :

Confirmed monitor+hdmi works on another machine
Removed all hard drives/ssds/usb drives
Removed all pci components, usb headers, mouse, keyboard
Replaced Mouse and Keyboard
Replaced graphics card, tested original card and replacement in another machine
Tested power supply in another machine
Reset CMOS using switch
Removed cmos battery for 5-10 min while computer unplugged from wall and other devices and replaced(appempted twice)
Removed all but one RAM stick, tested several individual sticks in several different slots
Removed all RAM stick to test validity of error reporting, Resulted in Q-Code 53, no memory, being displayed
Flashed BIOS to newest version available (0601, board came with bios version 0401)
Flashed BIOS to earliest version available (0209)

Other notes:
Purchased my CPU from Silicon Lottery, was overclocked by them to 4.4ghz and stress tested for 1 hour successfully.
As noted above, tested memory day prior to windows install, 0 errors reported across all sticks
Used latest win10 build direct from Microsoft Website
On the top of the motherboard there are 8 + 4 pins for CPU power, my power supply only had 8 pins for connection so that is all I plugged into the board, exactly like this


At this rate it looks like an RMA, but I really don't want to go through that, seeing how I've spent 3 months planning this build, 3 days building and testing it, and now a half day troubleshooting this issue. I'd love to hear any and all suggestions or ideas to try before I go with the nuclear option.

The Victim:
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Thank you all!

I'm not 100% sure, but I thought you needed the 4 pin power to overclock that motherboard??

I just had to replace my Deluxe II at New Egg, my memory kept coming back with the wrong amount. It would show 12GB when I had 16. I would have massive trouble booting to Windows, either a crash on the Windows Splash Screen, or a black screen. I'm getting my replacement tomorrow, and if this one gives me trouble, I may return and wait for the Rampage V Edition 10. mad.gif
post #12373 of 15997
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Originally Posted by Newtocooling View Post

I'm not 100% sure, but I thought you needed the 4 pin power to overclock that motherboard??

I just had to replace my Deluxe II at New Egg, my memory kept coming back with the wrong amount. It would show 12GB when I had 16. I would have massive trouble booting to Windows, either a crash on the Windows Splash Screen, or a black screen. I'm getting my replacement tomorrow, and if this one gives me trouble, I may return and wait for the Rampage V Edition 10. mad.gif

the 4 pin should not be required - certainly at stock frequencies.
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post #12374 of 15997
Quote:
Originally Posted by vibraslap View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I ran into a serious problem with my new x99 Broadwell-E build(in signature) last night while installing drivers on a fresh Windows 10 install.

Tuesday I put everything together and ran Memcheck86 on each of my 4 sticks to test for defects. Total of about 5 hours of testing, maybe 10-15 boot cycles.
The only bios settings that I altered were to ignore low fan speed warnings.

Yesterday I installed windows 10 to a m.2 SSD connected via the pci card that came with my motherboard (x99 Deluxe II), I installed the following drivers from the asus support site in order:

Intel Chipset driver
Intel Management Engine
Intel Gigabit Ethernet Driver
Wi-Fi Driver v7.35 for win 10

Google chrome was also installed during this time. The last thing I did was change the computer name, it prompted me to restart the computer. I restarted the computer through the start menu, and...

It never rebooted.

No post, no bios screen, no signal to the monitor. All lights turn on and fans spin up, various Q-codes cycle for about a minute until it stops and stays on Q-code 99 (or gg?).

Attempted troubleshooting steps with no resulting change unless otherwise indicated :

Confirmed monitor+hdmi works on another machine
Removed all hard drives/ssds/usb drives
Removed all pci components, usb headers, mouse, keyboard
Replaced Mouse and Keyboard
Replaced graphics card, tested original card and replacement in another machine
Tested power supply in another machine
Reset CMOS using switch
Removed cmos battery for 5-10 min while computer unplugged from wall and other devices and replaced(appempted twice)
Removed all but one RAM stick, tested several individual sticks in several different slots
Removed all RAM stick to test validity of error reporting, Resulted in Q-Code 53, no memory, being displayed
Flashed BIOS to newest version available (0601, board came with bios version 0401)
Flashed BIOS to earliest version available (0209)

Other notes:
Purchased my CPU from Silicon Lottery, was overclocked by them to 4.4ghz and stress tested for 1 hour successfully.
As noted above, tested memory day prior to windows install, 0 errors reported across all sticks
Used latest win10 build direct from Microsoft Website
On the top of the motherboard there are 8 + 4 pins for CPU power, my power supply only had 8 pins for connection so that is all I plugged into the board, exactly like this


At this rate it looks like an RMA, but I really don't want to go through that, seeing how I've spent 3 months planning this build, 3 days building and testing it, and now a half day troubleshooting this issue. I'd love to hear any and all suggestions or ideas to try before I go with the nuclear option.

The Victim:
The Victim



Thank you all!

Looks like you might have a problem with the motherboard or CPU there.

Given what you've said above, here's what I would do:
1. Put everything back together, install all your memory in the appropriate quad channel configuration.
2. Remove the processor and put it back in. You'd be surprised how much a simple remount can do, all those 2011 pins need to align perfectly.
3. Flash the lastest bios with USB flashback. Give it time, make sure if you have a flash drive with an LED indicator that it goes off before attempting to turn on the PC.
4. Attempt to post.
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post #12375 of 15997
Quote:
Originally Posted by vibraslap View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I ran into a serious problem with my new x99 Broadwell-E build(in signature) last night while installing drivers on a fresh Windows 10 install.

Tuesday I put everything together and ran Memcheck86 on each of my 4 sticks to test for defects. Total of about 5 hours of testing, maybe 10-15 boot cycles.
The only bios settings that I altered were to ignore low fan speed warnings.

Yesterday I installed windows 10 to a m.2 SSD connected via the pci card that came with my motherboard (x99 Deluxe II), I installed the following drivers from the asus support site in order:

Intel Chipset driver
Intel Management Engine
Intel Gigabit Ethernet Driver
Wi-Fi Driver v7.35 for win 10

Google chrome was also installed during this time. The last thing I did was change the computer name, it prompted me to restart the computer. I restarted the computer through the start menu, and...

It never rebooted.

No post, no bios screen, no signal to the monitor. All lights turn on and fans spin up, various Q-codes cycle for about a minute until it stops and stays on Q-code 99 (or gg?).

Attempted troubleshooting steps with no resulting change unless otherwise indicated :

Confirmed monitor+hdmi works on another machine
Removed all hard drives/ssds/usb drives
Removed all pci components, usb headers, mouse, keyboard
Replaced Mouse and Keyboard
Replaced graphics card, tested original card and replacement in another machine
Tested power supply in another machine
Reset CMOS using switch
Removed cmos battery for 5-10 min while computer unplugged from wall and other devices and replaced(appempted twice)
Removed all but one RAM stick, tested several individual sticks in several different slots
Removed all RAM stick to test validity of error reporting, Resulted in Q-Code 53, no memory, being displayed
Flashed BIOS to newest version available (0601, board came with bios version 0401)
Flashed BIOS to earliest version available (0209)

Other notes:
Purchased my CPU from Silicon Lottery, was overclocked by them to 4.4ghz and stress tested for 1 hour successfully.
As noted above, tested memory day prior to windows install, 0 errors reported across all sticks
Used latest win10 build direct from Microsoft Website
On the top of the motherboard there are 8 + 4 pins for CPU power, my power supply only had 8 pins for connection so that is all I plugged into the board, exactly like this


At this rate it looks like an RMA, but I really don't want to go through that, seeing how I've spent 3 months planning this build, 3 days building and testing it, and now a half day troubleshooting this issue. I'd love to hear any and all suggestions or ideas to try before I go with the nuclear option.

The Victim:
The Victim



Thank you all!

Good luck with the RMA.

ASUS sent my X99-A motherboard back to me with no repair notes. I have no idea what they did or if it works.
post #12376 of 15997
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Originally Posted by F4ze0ne View Post


Good luck with the RMA.

ASUS sent my X99-A motherboard back to me with no repair notes. I have no idea what they did or if it works.

I purchased it from Newegg, so I'm refunding it through them. I've never had a problem with their customer service so I'm not worried.

I ordered another Deluxe II from them tonight as well as a power supply that has an additional 4 pin atx for the cpu. Here's to hoping I don't hit the jackpot again.sadsmiley.gif
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by vibraslap View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by F4ze0ne View Post


Good luck with the RMA.

ASUS sent my X99-A motherboard back to me with no repair notes. I have no idea what they did or if it works.

I purchased it from Newegg, so I'm refunding it through them. I've never had a problem with their customer service so I'm not worried.

I ordered another Deluxe II from them tonight as well as a power supply that has an additional 4 pin atx for the cpu. Here's to hoping I don't hit the jackpot again.sadsmiley.gif


Yep good luck with the RMA , sounds eerily familiar...... I am waiting for my 6th RMA MB since Jan.


I thought the 8+4 power was an either or thing actually ...not mentioned in the Manual ? Deluxe maybe different though
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Could not for the life of me get rid of the error for a fresh install of the 750 SSD. Updated 750 firmware, updated x99 deluxe bios, tried uefi install using usb and dvd, placed nvm drivers on the usb sticker and nada... Finally gave up and made a system image from current installation and working just fine so far...
post #12379 of 15997
these settings on 64GB have been running great, stable, cold and hot boots, no dropped channels etc...



system agent is 1.2V. At least with this CPU - any lower and I get sporadic loss of a dram channel on cold boots. redface.gif
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^^^ Nice! Even the latencies look good! thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif
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