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As for the timings, yes the RAM is G.Skill F4-3333C16Q-32GTZB so your link is correct. The timings in the CPUz SPD page are what they are. If I understand this CPUz SPD tab correctly, these are read from the DIMMs - you can't affect these values by changing timings or anything else. CPUz reads that out of the DIMMs. The G.Skill site says "Tested Latency 16-18-18-38-2N". Is this what I should see in the JDEC columns on the SPD tab of CPUz because its not. They are 4-3333C16Q-32GTZB for sure.!

Hello

G.Skill has qualified that kit only for Broadwell-E for a reason. 3333MHz takes a bit of work with Haswell-E. 3200MHz is a better option.
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For the Cache Max I set the multipler to whatever gives me 4000 at the top of the page depending on 100 or 125 Strap , so 32 @125strap

I have READ DDR4 should be safe to 1.45v but i don't think it should require that.... I would try the tested latency timings on the GSkill page then , I am not sure if CPUz is reading it correctly or not ? , does the SPD info in the Bois show the same timings as CPUz ?

JPMBoy and others here have had good luck with the GSkill Trident 3200 Kits so perhaps try those tested latency timings instead if going 3200....


yes I would get RB 2.44 for tonight.... for basic quick testing, I run the benchmark ,3,5, then 10 times and then go to the Stress test which usually adds 5-7 degC to temps here on the CPU using an H80i-GT AIO Cooler. I was getting a luxmark error in the Stress test only , and raising the DIMM voltage I think has fixed that? Still playing with my OC though..

Ok back to Virus elimination....
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Sounds like a Bad Driver , not a bad Bios Setting

Do a Win10 Startup Repair>Advanced>System Restore if you can and roll it back a few days if poosible ...assuming you turn System Restore on in Win10? if not perhaps use a System Image to do like wise....


KB.

Problem is that i just installed Win7/10 on my z97 system , it worked.
Now transferred that same ssd with win7/10 onto R5E system, before doing anything i loaded defaults on R5E.

Win7 os booted into options containing safe mode and all other options like last good known configuration.Tapped safe mode , all drivers installed and then system restarted.Choose last good configuration , logo came and then system restarted.

Now choose Win10 and win10 logo came, logo was still and after 10-15 secs it BSOD giving IRQL error.

I cant install any OS on R5V system, installing both 7/10 gives BSOD's.
I cant go into OS, startup repair gives BSOD.
Getting irritated and almost on boiling point......mad.gifmad.gifmad.gif



Well that about explains it to me ....you installed Win10 on a z97 system , transferred the SSD to x99 and expected it to work flawlessly?

The Error is common when the Drivers installed don't match the Chipset/Sata Controller , Windows is basically protecting itself , so you don't corrupt Data. I've had 6 x99 MBs and done that but they all basically use the same chipset and Sata drivers , even between Brands

I think you got lucky with Win7 but Win10 may take a reinstall if installed with UEFI and GPT etc....

*** you may or may not also have Win10 Activation issues swapping a MB out ...YMMV....a phone activation may do it though....So far so good here after 6 MB's since Feb.



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Well that about explains it to me ....you installed Win10 on a z97 system , transferred the SSD to x99 and expected it to work flawlessly?

The Error is common when the Drivers installed don't match the Chipset/Sata Controller , Windows is basically protecting itself , so you don't corrupt Data. I've had 6 x99 MBs and done that but they all basically use the same chipset and Sata drivers , even between Brands

I think you got lucky with Win7 but Win10 may take a reinstall if installed with UEFI and GPT etc....

*** you may or may not also have Win10 Activation issues swapping a MB out ...YMMV....a phone activation may do it though....So far so good here after 6 MB's since Feb.



KB.
I had perfectly working Win10 in the morning , installed win10 on x99 with no drivers just plain XTU and CPUZ. But later in the day it started booting up with BSOD error code.

What i did was transferred that same ssd containing OS on Z97 system and it worked.
Reinstalled OS's on Z97, it worked.Transferred that to ssd to X99 and it started giving same BSOD on start up.
In short , SSD is perfectly fine and OS installation drives too.

Will say again , I can not do clean fresh install of Win 7/10 on X99.

You have clearly not read it correctly what i just posted in my first two post's.
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Hi jpmboy, did clrmos, removed battery, loaded default .....changed ssd's n HDDs still same blue screen error with that irql BSOD.
Changed rams, single ram, quad ram.....did reseat of processor but still same problem.

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I had perfectly working Win10 in the morning , installed win10 on x99 with no drivers just plain XTU and CPUZ. But later in the day it started booting up with BSOD error code.

What i did was transferred that same ssd containing OS on Z97 system and it worked.
Reinstalled OS's on Z97, it worked.Transferred that to ssd to X99 and it started giving same BSOD on start up.
In short , SSD is perfectly fine and OS installation drives too.

Will say again , I can not do clean fresh install of Win 7/10 on X99.

You have clearly not read it correctly what i just posted in my first two post's.

erm.. thinking.gif

by chance, did the WIN10A update attempt to install? If yes, revert back to the previous install. As mentioned, if you try to move the OS from one rig to another you need to do a bit of work on the OS to make it portable like that (aside from the MB linked product key). reinstall all chipset and INtel ME - right?
IRQl can happen due to an unstable OC or a failing CPU... OR a bad OS image.
Try a fresh install using windows boot manager (bios setting CSM - enabled) do a secure erase on the SSD before trying to load a new copy of windows from the install DVD or a USB.

once W10 installs, you really should oad the DVD that came with the MB and instrall the chipset drivers.. or DL the correct ones for your bios (latest release in each instance).
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erm.. thinking.gif

by chance, did the WIN10A update attempt to install? If yes, revert back to the previous install. As mentioned, if you try to move the OS from one rig to another you need to do a bit of work on the OS to make it portable like that (aside from the MB linked product key). reinstall all chipset and INtel ME - right?
IRQl can happen due to an unstable OC or a failing CPU... OR a bad OS image.
Try a fresh install using windows boot manager (bios setting CSM - enabled) do a secure erase on the SSD before trying to load a new copy of windows from the install DVD or a USB.

once W10 installs, you really should oad the DVD that came with the MB and instrall the chipset drivers.. or DL the correct ones for your bios (latest release in each instance).
I

No update or any driver installed.
Win10 was fresh clean install on X99 , no drivers nothing just XTU and Cpuz.
Moving OS was just to see if ssd is fine or not or USB installation media is ok or not.

Tried fresh install of Win10 from USB , getting same BSOD errors as Win10 logo comes on the screen.No matter what i do , i am getting same blue screen with IRQL error code.
Tried clrmos,default F5 keys , disabling bluetooth/lan/audio....i just cant figure out what is the problem.

CPU is 3 days old , Ram is perfect as i tested it on Z170 system.
BIOS is 3302 or the latest one , just flashed it today after getting BSODs on 1902.
Socket pins - No bent pins.
DIMM Slot - Clean
PSU - Seasonic xp3 1200 / Corsair A1200xi
GPU - Rx 480 / GTX 760

Well tried many combinations......mad.gif
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Well that about explains it to me ....you installed Win10 on a z97 system , transferred the SSD to x99 and expected it to work flawlessly?

The Error is common when the Drivers installed don't match the Chipset/Sata Controller , Windows is basically protecting itself , so you don't corrupt Data. I've had 6 x99 MBs and done that but they all basically use the same chipset and Sata drivers , even between Brands

I think you got lucky with Win7 but Win10 may take a reinstall if installed with UEFI and GPT etc....

*** you may or may not also have Win10 Activation issues swapping a MB out ...YMMV....a phone activation may do it though....So far so good here after 6 MB's since Feb.



KB.
I had perfectly working Win10 in the morning , installed win10 on x99 with no drivers just plain XTU and CPUZ. But later in the day it started booting up with BSOD error code.

What i did was transferred that same ssd containing OS on Z97 system and it worked.
Reinstalled OS's on Z97, it worked.Transferred that to ssd to X99 and it started giving same BSOD on start up.
In short , SSD is perfectly fine and OS installation drives too.

Will say again , I can not do clean fresh install of Win 7/10 on X99.

You have clearly not read it correctly what i just posted in my first two post's.


Actually I did , but you don't exactly give a lot of Details to help diagnose the issue so both JPM and I are having to GUESS....

If a Secure Erase does not work as suggested , try changing the Sata Cables with the other system..........


And getting pissed at me or anyone else cos you are having a BAD DAY is hardly gonna help your Cause is it?


KB.




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I have to give Windows 10 a good score for moving from one chipset to another via image transfer. For me it's always booted fine after getting an "Installing drivers" message before the first login message. But of course you then want to check things out and tweak the drivers, especially obscure devices (who knows?) but over-all I've had relatively good experiences so far. Windows 7 would gag you with unknown device messages and barely work.
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Actually I did , but you don't exactly give a lot of Details to help diagnose the issue so both JPM and I are having to GUESS....

If a Secure Erase does not work as suggested , try changing the Sata Cables with the other system..........


And getting pissed at me or anyone else cos you are having a BAD DAY is hardly gonna help your Cause is it?


KB.




KB.

Ok here is how all those BSOD thing started.

System : 5820k + R5V + SSD 850 evo 250 + PSU xp3 1200 + RX480 ( No drivers )

X99 -> Fresh Licensed Win10 -> OS + XTU + CPUZ -> did xtu bench at different settings.
( Bios 1902 - Core/Cache freq , vCore/Cache volt ->> manal, Memory on XMP )
System was up and running smoothly before i shutdown
.
Did a cold boot and it showed BSOD IRQL on startup of Win10 , so NO in OS BSOD.
Restarted few times , OS repair diagnostic ran but all giving BSOD in 10-20 secs time frame.

So i did this,
Changed BIOS to defaults, same BSOD .
Clrcmos - BSOD
( After Clrcmos , i got this on screen after restart -- >when raid configuration was built, ensure to set sata configuration to raid.)
Win 10 installation media -- > Tried repair , win10 window came to screen and BSOD.

So i updated BIOS --> 3303 ( Latest one ), System at default settings --> BSOD

Removed the SSD to Z97 system and it worked in no time.
Then did fresh UEFI installation of both Win7/10 on SSD ( GPT ) on Z97 just to see if installation usb drive is working good or not -- > Both installed on Z97.--> So OS was not corrupted.

Transferred the SSD of fresh Win7/10 on X99 from Z97 system , Booted to bios to check and all at defaults -- > Booted into Win7 --> win 7 Logo came and halted for 10-20 secs--> System restart --> Again same thing.-- > Booted into Safe Mode --> BSOD with IRQL
Shutdown - -> Restart , Booted into W10 --> Win10 logo came screen was still , no movement of anything -- > BSOD IRQL.--> Repeated Same Process.

Changed SSD , used GPT HDD for fresh installation of Win10 --> Install screen came up with " 1.recover / 2.setup option " --> Tapped Setup --> W10 Logo --> BSOD--> Repeated loops of same thing.

So changed Sata cable , Same thing.
Changed rams positions, booted with 1/2/3/4 rams...same thing.
Disabled Lan/Audio/Bluetooth in BIOS ---- > BSOD in OS boot up or Installation phase.

So my question is if OS or SSD is bad ( Its not ) , then fresh clean installation should have done on HDD.
Problem is something in BIOS options or BIOS itself.

I cant load OS , Reinstall fresh OS or Use drives with OS from other systems like Z97/170.
Secure erase i will do later but same question arises.....ssd is bad ...hdd is bad....then atleast it should do fresh installation on other drives.

PS : I am not pissed at you or anyone , rather i am grateful that you guys are helping me out.If i was rude then i apologise but please help me boot this system,smile.gif
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Actually I did , but you don't exactly give a lot of Details to help diagnose the issue so both JPM and I are having to GUESS....

If a Secure Erase does not work as suggested , try changing the Sata Cables with the other system..........


And getting pissed at me or anyone else cos you are having a BAD DAY is hardly gonna help your Cause is it?


KB.




KB.


Secure erase i will do later but same question arises.....ssd is bad ...hdd is b

PS : I am not pissed at you or anyone , rather i am grateful that you guys are helping me out.If i was rude then i apologise but please help me boot this system,smile.gif

Make a UEFI USB with Rufus https://rufus.akeo.ie/ , boot from USB using UEFI, clean install of Windows 10 is what I suggest.

Edit: Install on the X99 system.
    
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Acer XB280HK 4K Gsync QNIX QX2710 LED 27" WQHD 2560x1440 Corsair AX1500i Thermaltake Core X9 
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MadKatz R.A.T. 8 Zowie 
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