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For 4 sticks use only the red slots
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I think i figured out the random reboot problem the bios was overclocking everything by default. So i set it to stock settings have had not had a random reboot yet.


However I am having an issue with the 32GB ram kit i just received
The new memory (note the old one was not bad they just sent me the 16GB kit instead of the 32GB kit) will not recognize whats in slot b1 if I have it set to anything above 2200. The memory is rated at 2400 so I am a little concerned. Note I have moved the modules around so and its always slot b1 so i dont think its a bad module but any advise would be appreciated. This does not happen on the 16GB kit.

Asus X99-E WS (Bios 0606) Note had reboots on shipping bios as well.
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Edited by z3razerviper - 10/18/14 at 2:25pm
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4GB X 4 Corsair vengeance DDR4 Ram
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For 4 sticks use only the red slots
that's the problem bro...I plug the ram all 4 on red color slot ,it fail to boot...once I remove the ram from the on of right ,red color slot...it can boot....now I use 4gb x 2 on left red slot,4gb x 1 on left black color slot and, 4gb x 1 on right, red color slot...........and my question is, how to plug all 4 ram in red color slots without fail to boot or undetected (16gb but bios detect only 12 gb) ?
Edited by michael joshua - 10/18/14 at 1:16pm
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USB 3.0connectors usb3_12 and usb3_34 do not seem to be working on my X99-A. All the 3.0 connections by the I/O shield are working. I have uninstalled the intel drivers and reinstalled them. I have tried two usb3.0 panel mount cables. Both recognize usb 2.0 devices instantly.

Neither cable sits that snugly, but they will not come out without a solid pull. I have checked repeatedly that they are fully seated.

Is there a known issue about this? Could something in the bios need setting/changing?

Thanks in advance
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USB 3.0connectors usb3_12 and usb3_34 do not seem to be working on my X99-A. All the 3.0 connections by the I/O shield are working. I have uninstalled the intel drivers and reinstalled them. I have tried two usb3.0 panel mount cables. Both recognize usb 2.0 devices instantly.

Neither cable sits that snugly, but they will not come out without a solid pull. I have checked repeatedly that they are fully seated.

Is there a known issue about this? Could something in the bios need setting/changing?

Thanks in advance
I am using both connectors with no problems. You need to install the Asmedia drivers for those.
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That sounds fine - you can make the test of 5-Way more stringent by manipulating/toggling settings in the advanced options section before you run it.


Hello Raja

I have a question for you.. Does 5-Way optimization save voltage, clock, multiplier, ram settings etc to the bios ? If we uninstall the program would we still have those settings somewhere in bios ?
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It does all those changes in the bios.

Fan expert settings for example are in software. (and sometimes don't properly apply for me...)
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Thanks djgar! I uninstalled and reinstalled the driver a second time, but this time it took for whatever reason
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Hello Raja

I have a question for you.. Does 5-Way optimization save voltage, clock, multiplier, ram settings etc to the bios ? If we uninstall the program would we still have those settings somewhere in bios ?

Yes it writes the values to uefi.
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