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It's perhaps not the board but the cpu, IMC maight be dead and doesn't want to recognize any dimm.
I suppose you've tried one dimm at a time in each slots.
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It's perhaps not the board but the cpu, IMC maight be dead and doesn't want to recognize any dimm.
I suppose you've tried one dimm at a time in each slots.

Yes tried Single ram stick in every dimm slot , changed different ram stick too.May be dimm slots are damaged ?
But same cpu is working on other board.

If IMC is dead then will it boot to BIOS or load Win7/10 logo and then BSOD. ??
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If the IMC was dead, it wouldn't work even on another board, my bad. So yeah, the board is borked, RMA it.
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Hi there, I just bought and built a new pc. This isnt my first build but ive got a problem ive never had before. The sound is awful. When I plug speakers into the motherboard they are distorted, or increadibly quiet. And whenever i turn off the pc they make popping noises. If I plug the speakers into the headphone ports in the front they are so incredibly distorted that you cant hear anything. I know its not the speakers that are the issue because I plug them into other things and they work just fine. I also plug headphones into the audio ports and I get the same awful experience. Im really at a loss as to whats wrong.
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Motherboard model: MSI X99A GAMING PRO CARBON (MS-7A20)

Hello

You would have better luck posting in a MSI thread instead of an ASUS support thread.
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Same issue on 1901 or 1701 that JPMBoy recommended ?

Does Boot Device LED Stay on ? it was a x07 BSOD correct ? perhaps you have a corrupt Intel Sata/Raid OROM on 3301?


KB.
Tried 1701,3301. Same result.
Initially BSOD started on 1901 so updated BIOS to 3301.
While reseating cpu gives me following error on screen :

" When raid configuration was built, ensure to set sata configuration to raid mode."

It's something to do with board and it's either raid/sata drivers which is causing bug check on USB/drives.



I don't know the R5E , but perhaps someone will remember which Bios also changes the Intel OROM , I remember it happening on the X99A-3.1 I had , I thought it was 1901 but maybe not, it also changed the ME Firmware at the same time... perhaps try an even earlier bios?


KB.
Bios update can change Intel orom but how will a working bios(1901) will update itself ? frown.gif
Will try earlier version if it can solve the problem but i am getting the feel that it's something to do with Raid , Sata and BIOS.


When the Intel Orom (raid/sata bios) is updated , it is done at the same time as the Main bios , the Comp usually boots 3 times when it does this , 1st the main bios is updated , then the Intel Orom and finally the Intel ME Firmware , if you stop the 3 boots , I am guessing it is possible to corrupt something or end up with an uncompatible OROM in the Main Bios.
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It's perhaps not the board but the cpu, IMC maight be dead and doesn't want to recognize any dimm.
I suppose you've tried one dimm at a time in each slots.

Yes tried Single ram stick in every dimm slot , changed different ram stick too.May be dimm slots are damaged ?
But same cpu is working on other board.

If IMC is dead then will it boot to BIOS or load Win7/10 logo and then BSOD. ??


You said its ok on another Board , so I think it's the Board , but that is what my 5820k that got RMA'd was doing , it would boot to the Bios or just past it and just loop round and round and never find the Boot device.


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Does anyone have Turbo working properly on their board. Mine is an X99-M WS with a Xeon E5-1650v4 (aka i7-6850K). Base clock is 3.6GHz and max turbo is supposedly 4GHz (according to the Xeon page, although the 6850K page says 3.6-3.8GHz and then has something about turbo 3.0 and 4GHz on another line). With my system I've never seen any clock other than 3.8GHz (under load) with turbo enabled.

1 core loaded: 3.8GHz
2 cores loaded: 3.8GHz
3 cores loaded: 3.8GHz
4 cores loaded: 3.8GHz
5 cores loaded: 3.8GHz
6 cores loaded: 3.8GHz

The only situations in which cores aren't clocked at 3.8GHz is a) when they're idle, or b) when they're doing AVX (3.5GHz). And of course if I disable Turbo I get 3.6Ghz.

Multicore enhancement is disabled.

Is this an Asus BIOS bug?
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X99-DELUXE BIOS 3402 vs X99-DELUXE BIOS 3401 ?
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Does anyone have Turbo working properly on their board. Mine is an X99-M WS with a Xeon E5-1650v4 (aka i7-6850K). Base clock is 3.6GHz and max turbo is supposedly 4GHz (according to the Xeon page, although the 6850K page says 3.6-3.8GHz and then has something about turbo 3.0 and 4GHz on another line). With my system I've never seen any clock other than 3.8GHz (under load) with turbo enabled.

1 core loaded: 3.8GHz
2 cores loaded: 3.8GHz
3 cores loaded: 3.8GHz
4 cores loaded: 3.8GHz
5 cores loaded: 3.8GHz
6 cores loaded: 3.8GHz

The only situations in which cores aren't clocked at 3.8GHz is a) when they're idle, or b) when they're doing AVX (3.5GHz). And of course if I disable Turbo I get 3.6Ghz.

Multicore enhancement is disabled.

Is this an Asus BIOS bug?

On the Asus X99 and 5930K cpu, the turbo clock is at 3.8 GHz.
You can see that the additional voltage is used sarting from 3.8 GHz onward.
The cache additional voltage never kicks in, so there is no turbo for the cache and only offset mode works (adaptive mode fails with th cache as the turbo freq is never reached).

See reults at page 7 :

http://users.skynet.be/xixou/asus_x99_deluxe_bios_5930k_settings_by_xixou.pdf
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