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your WS board has two controllers (as you know). the second controller (black ports7-10) are not compatible with IRST or raid (manual pg 1-25). Uninstall the IRST driver and run only the windows OEM driver. Win10 will load the appropriate driver for the primary ports. It should work that way.

Windows 7 (I'm not using 10, but IIRC it uses the same driver anyway) uses a driver from 2006, and the performance is awful.

What do you mean "primary ports"?


I thought Series 9 was the 1150 Chipset not X99 ? guess I have that Wrong.....

What Bios are you on ? the latest?

Ok so Win7 not Win 10 ,.................We (I) do not have an sSATA Controller , Windows 7 thing perhaps?
I have the Intel SATA Raid Controller and the Standard Sata Controller as JPMboy said using the M$ Driver which why only my DVD is on it.

It looks like on your MB your may have 4 Intel and 4 not ports whereas I have 6 Intel and 4 not.....

You were Right I thought you were talking about RAID Controllers not Sata Controllers , on my old X58 there was Intel and JMicron RAID Controllers..



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Edited by Kbird - 10/9/16 at 6:22pm
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That's what I'm using for the primary SATA controller. That driver is incompatible with the secondary "sSATA" controller.
In your case, what driver did you end up with on the sSATA controller?

My default:
Microsoft
21/06/2006
6.1.7601.18231

and the device is called "Standard AHCI 1.0 Serial ATA Controller"

yeah - all my non-nvme drives are on asmedia ports atm (R5E-10, R5E, R4BE and M8E)... on all 4 rigs running here right now.
950 NVMe

Raid 0 on the same rig:

both were run while the machine is folding...
there's also an old Raptor on this rig, but it is on an asmedia port. redface.gif
sorry man, I'm not sure how to resolve this.
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I thought Series 9 was the 1150 Chipset not X99 ? guess I have that Wrong.....

What Bios are you on ? the latest?

Ok so Win7 not Win 10
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Yes X99 is still a "9 series" chipset. I'm on the latest 3005 BIOS.

I'm hoping they update the BIOS soon, because I'm seeing WHEA-logger 17 "A corrected hardware error has occurred" on PCI express root ports, and from what I can tell reading about this issue on X99 WS boards, this needs to be fixed with a BIOS update.
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I thought Series 9 was the 1150 Chipset not X99 ? guess I have that Wrong.....

What Bios are you on ? the latest?

Ok so Win7 not Win 10
KB

Yes X99 is still a "9 series" chipset. I'm on the latest 3005 BIOS.

I'm hoping they update the BIOS soon, because I'm seeing WHEA-logger 17 "A corrected hardware error has occurred" on PCI express root ports, and from what I can tell reading about this issue on X99 WS boards, this needs to be fixed with a BIOS update.



OK i was just looking at your CPU compatibility (3002 onwards) as I thought something weird was going on but I don't think it is ... (I edited last post)

I think it is just the way it is only your 1st 4 ports uses RST the other 4 can't..... same as me but I have 6+4 non intel.


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I think it is just the was it is only your 1st 4 ports uses RST the other 4 can't..... same as me but I have 6+4 non intel.

I think you and Jpmboy (with his reference to the wording in the manual) might be right about that. It's just that a lot of sources (including that WinRAID site) seem to be insinuating that you should use the RSTe drivers for that sSATA controller. I'll have to post some more about it on WinRAID and try to see where they got that idea from. One thing's for sure; I've looked on the download pages for X99 boards from multiple different manufacturers, and they never have RSTe there.
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I think it is just the was it is only your 1st 4 ports uses RST the other 4 can't..... same as me but I have 6+4 non intel.

I think you and Jpmboy (with his reference to the wording in the manual) might be right about that. It's just that a lot of sources (including that WinRAID site) seem to be insinuating that you should use the RSTe drivers for that sSATA controller. I'll have to post some more about it on WinRAID and try to see where they got that idea from. One thing's for sure; I've looked on the download pages for X99 boards from multiple different manufacturers, and they never have RSTe there.


Sorry I back edited above , I thought you were talking about RAID Controllers at 1st.... not SATA Controllers , My old board like JPMboy's has 2 RAID Controllers but not my X99A-II.

I have not seen the References on WinRaid , you using the same Username there? I am ....i'd like to have a look... ***edit ...found it....
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RAID controller, SATA controller - it makes no difference here because the sSATA controller doesn't support RAID. it will either be the main controller in AHCI mode + the sSATA controller in AHCI mode, or the main controller in RAID mode + the sSATA controller in AHCI mode. I have no problem with my main controller in AHCI or RAID mode, it's only the sSATA one I'm concerned about.
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Sorry I back edited above , I thought you were talking about RAID Controllers at 1st.... not SATA Controllers , My old board like JPMboy's has 2 RAID Controllers but not my X99A-II.

The X99A-II does have two controllers. All X99 boards do, that's the way they work. The 10 (maximum) SATA ports are divided between one controller that supports RAID and one that doesn't. Usually it's 6 standard ports (supporting RAID) + 4 "sSATA" ports without RAID. on my board they chose 4+4 because there are only 8 ports.

It's important to note that you can only see a controller in Windows if there is a drive attached to it. If you have no drive on one of the sSATA ports, you will only see one controller in Windows.
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RAID controller, SATA controller - it makes no difference here because the sSATA controller doesn't support RAID. it will either be the main controller in AHCI mode + the sSATA controller in AHCI mode, or the main controller in RAID mode + the sSATA controller in AHCI mode. I have no problem with my main controller in AHCI or RAID mode, it's only the sSATA one I'm concerned about.
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Sorry I back edited above , I thought you were talking about RAID Controllers at 1st.... not SATA Controllers , My old board like JPMboy's has 2 RAID Controllers but not my X99A-II.

The X99A-II does have two controllers. All X99 boards do, that's the way they work. The 10 (maximum) SATA ports are divided between one controller that supports RAID and one that doesn't. Usually it's 6 standard ports (supporting RAID) + 4 "sSATA" ports without RAID. on my board they chose 4+4 because there are only 8 ports.

It's important to note that you can only see a controller in Windows if there is a drive attached to it. If you have no drive on one of the sSATA ports, you will only see one controller in Windows.

Yes I agree with that, as I said I was looking under Storage Controllers for Raid Controllers and only see the 1 but as noted it only controls the 1st 6 ports , on my X99A-II the other Sata Controller is not called a sSata Controller , just a Standard ACHI Controller , I had just assumed it used the Standard Intel AHCI Driver but it appears it does not by default when I looked. (same 2006 M$ driver you found)

Did you find Piper100's post at WinRaid? i found it eventually here.....

http://www.win-raid.com/t29f25-Recommended-AHCI-RAID-and-NVMe-Drivers-18.html#msg21366

I have not tried it myself , and wonder if Fernando is confused about RSTe ? maybe there are MB's where you can switch RST OROMs in the bios but not on my X99A-II , it uses a 14.x series OROM so I believe a RST series Driver should be used. But since you do have the sSATA Controller perhaps you can use two different Intel Drivers like Fernando and Piper100 Allude too.?

Also AFAIK know you can't use Ctrl-I unless you have enabled RAID mode , if RAID is not enabled then the MB loads the SATA OROM by default , not the RAID OROM. At least on my Board if I enable Raid by the PCH Storage page I can use Ctrl-I , if I enable RAID using the F11 Wizard in the Bios the RAID Module is then loaded inside the Bios itself ( bottom of PCH Storage Page) and Ctrl-I is disabled



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VERY SLOW BOOT ISSUE (50 sec !)




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I have just purchased one used Asus X-99/USB3.1, used i7 5820K, new G.Skill RipJawsV 2*8 DDR4 (F4-3200C16D-16GVKB), Samsung SSD 840 PRO 1TO and the cold boot is extremely slow (20 sec for the post log, and from the splash screen, between 20 or 30 secondes to go to the log screen of Windows 8.1) . Windows seems to work pretty well.

I have try to change lots of thing but none is worked :

- no USB device, hard drive or video card (Gforce 770) pluged
- Clear Bios (CMOS)
- Bios Flash with the last update
- First boot on UEFI windows 8.1
- All drivers are up to date.
- Fast boot, attempt fast boot, attempt cold boot actived
- Mem test, wait for f1 if error, Dram SPD write, boot from network device ignored/desactived
- Post delay time set on 0 sec
- Init19 tram Response on postponed
- USB support (boot) set on partial initialization or disable
- I have changed DDR4' s frequency (now, it is settled on 2666Mhz)
- I have changed the power supply
- I have switched CPU_OV, EZ_XMP, EPU, TPU
- I have only pluged one DDR4
- Etc.

At the beggining, RAM LED lights continuously (it can occur when i change RAM frequency) . So i have pushed RAM boutuon to solve the issue. At the beggining, in the bios, one of my DDR4 was not recognised.
At the boot, lights sequencing is : CPU RAM CPU RAM CPU RAM VGA, etc.

I have made a video :



I have read this about the RAM et ASUS X99:
Quote:
As we know, not every single X99 platform is capable for 3200MHz, the higher level X99 Deluxe is capable to use 3200MHz, but with 4GBx4 only. For 8GBx4, the X99 Deluxe is supporting up to 3000MHz only.
And your X99-E WS, we don't think you can use 3200MHz/8GBx4 even the new BIOS released, will recommend you to use 2666MHz for 8GBx4 and 2800MHz/3000MHz for 4GBx4.
http://www.gskill.us/forum/showthread.php?t=13737
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VERY SLOW BOOT ISSUE (50 sec !)
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Hello,

I have just purchased one used Asus X-99/USB3.1, used i7 5820K, new G.Skill RipJawsV 2*8 DDR4 (F4-3200C16D-16GVKB), Samsung SSD 840 PRO 1TO and the cold boot is extremely slow (40 to 50 secondes to go to the log screen of Windows 8.1) . Windows seems to work pretty well.

I have try to change lots of thing but none is worked :

- no USB device, hard drive or video card (Gforce 770) pluged
- Bios Flash with the last update
- First boot on UEFI windows 8.1
- All drivers are up to date.
- Fast boot, attempt fast boot, attempt cold boot actived
- Mem test, wait for f1 if error, Dram SPD write, boot from network device ignored/desactived
- Post delay time set on 0 sec
- Init19 tram Response on postponed
- USB support (boot) set on partial initialization or disable
- I have changed DDR4' s frequency (now, it is settled on 2666Mhz)
- I have changed the power supply
- I have switched CPU_OV, EZ_XMP, EPU, TPU
- I have only pluged one DDR4
- Etc.

At the beggining, RAM LED lights continuously (it can occur when i change RAM frequency) . So i have pushed RAM boutuon to solve the issue. At the beggining, in the bios, one of my DDR4 was not recognised.
At the boot, lights sequencing is : CPU RAM CPU RAM CPU RAM VGA, etc.

I have made a video :
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


I have read this about the RAM et ASUS X99:
http://www.gskill.us/forum/showthread.php?t=13737

it's unclear from your write-up... does it boot this slow after a clrcmos or "load optimized defaults"?
Edited by Jpmboy - 10/10/16 at 8:11am
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x99
(22 items)
 
Z370
(8 items)
 
x299
(18 items)
 
CPUCPUMotherboardGraphics
i7 5960X i7 6950X Asus Rampage V Extreme 10 2 GTX Titan X Pascal 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
GSkill 3200c14 TZs 8x8GB @ 3400c13 Intel 750 NVMe 400GB 2x Plextor SSD 256 Raid 0 (Win 7) Samsung NVMe 950 Pro M.2 
Optical DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
Plextor 810 2x XSPC RX360 Koolance 380i D5 
CoolingOSOSOS
Aquaero 6 Windows 10 x64  Windows 7 Pro Linux Mint 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Seiki 50" 4K monitor (720P-2160i) 240-30Hz Das Keyboard Model S Pro Corsair AX1200 Case Labs SM8 
MouseAudio
Steelseries Rival Ultimate Ears TF10 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
8700K ASUS Maximus X Apex GTX 1080 2x8 GB G.Skill 4400c19 
Hard DriveCoolingOSCase
Samsung 960 Pro 360Rad + Chiller Win 10 HWBOT OBT 
CPUCPUMotherboardGraphics
7740X 7980XE ASUS Rampage Vi Apex 2x Nvidia Titan Xp SLi 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
G.Skill 3600c15 2x8GB kits Samsung 960 Pro, NVMe WD Raptor 1T Plextor SSDs Raid 0 
Optical DriveCoolingOSOS
Plextor DVD/BR R/W (very) Custom Water Windows 10 Pro Windows 7 Pro 
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