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Originally Posted by z3razerviper View Post

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.
Corsair AX1200i Power Supply
Crucial Ballistix 4x8G
nVidia GTX 580 (want to upgrade but cant afford it now) (slot 1)
nVidia GTX 260 (going to use a a physics card) (slot 5)
Micron 256GB SSD (MTFDDAK256MAM-1K1 (Boot)
Samsung 830 (128GB) Used a cache accelator
3xWD Blacks 1TB WD1001FALS (Raid 0)
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Make sure the tpu switch isn't on. That's the auto ic feature.


To run the memory over 2200 are you using xmp?
post #1892 of 15773
When I let RAM frequency and timings to AUTO, Prime 95 is OK after more than 1 hour. If I enter 2133 and 15-15-15-35-2T for the RAM modules, same parameters as AUTO, Prime 95 crashes after less than 5 minutes. It seems a bios bug.

Another problem with RAM : as soon as I try to overclock memory (2400 Mhz and more), Prime 95 fails very rapidly whereas I own 2400 Mhz modules. I tested with 100 and 125 CPU strap. I used the XMP profile. A bios bug too ?
post #1893 of 15773
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Contact Asus support France and ask them for help.
post #1894 of 15773
ASUS x99 Deluxe, Is anyone having an issue with 54bmps cap. I bought a bad ass board with 802.11 ac wifi adapter and stuck at 802.11a signal.
Router is Netgear Nighthawk 802.11AC
I can't find any drivers related to this issue. Just wanted to see if anyone else is having the same issue.

To check your Speed.
Open Network connections, right click on which adapter and view status.
SPEED for me is 54.0Mbps with Asus Drivers http://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/X99DELUXE/HelpDesk_Download/

Googled Broadcom 802.11ac network Adapter found some driver Driver Version: 7.10.96.0
this allowed speeds up to 214.6Mbps

Still this is not 1.3Gbps or even 600Mbps
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Originally Posted by Ryncrash View Post

ASUS x99 Deluxe, Is anyone having an issue with 54bmps cap. I bought a bad ass board with 802.11 ac wifi adapter and stuck at 802.11a signal.
Router is Netgear Nighthawk 802.11AC
I can't find any drivers related to this issue. Just wanted to see if anyone else is having the same issue.

To check your Speed.
Open Network connections, right click on which adapter and view status.
SPEED for me is 54.0Mbps with Asus Drivers http://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/X99DELUXE/HelpDesk_Download/

Googled Broadcom 802.11ac network Adapter found some driver Driver Version: 7.10.96.0
this allowed speeds up to 214.6Mbps

Still this is not 1.3Gbps or even 600Mbps

Hello

Same router here. Distance is about 60 feet through 3 walls.


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Am I wrong or the new 1002 BIOS ]
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Originally Posted by Cr4zy View Post

If I enable ERP either S5 or S4&S5, upon shutdown I still have powered USB ports. While it turns off devices like the mouse/keyboard LEDs, if I rpess a key the LEDs come back on. Other devices such as LED strips stay on continuosly. Can't seem to solve it with anything in the BIOS so far

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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

I did say it depends how the PSU supports erp. Nothing you can do.

It's a bug of the Asus motherboards.
I have the same problem with a Corsair AX860i that support ErP standards without problems on other motherboards.
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If I enable ERP either S5 or S4&S5, upon shutdown I still have powered USB ports. While it turns off devices like the mouse/keyboard LEDs, if I rpess a key the LEDs come back on. Other devices such as LED strips stay on continuosly. Can't seem to solve it with anything in the BIOS so far

Hello

Be sure you are doing a full shutdown. Disable Fast Startup in Windows.
post #1898 of 15773
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Originally Posted by Fan o' water View Post

Thanks djgar! I uninstalled and reinstalled the driver a second time, but this time it took for whatever reason
Cheers! thumb.gif
You're welcome. Good to hear!
post #1899 of 15773
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Hello

Same router here. Distance is about 60 feet through 3 walls.



Can you tell me what Drivers you are using. thumb.gif
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post #1900 of 15773
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Can you tell me what Drivers you are using. thumb.gif

Hello

The native Win8.1 driver.


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