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Well, 'cause it's single rail. rolleyes.gif
When I first hooked it in, I loaded corsair link and verified that all the multirail OCP options were unchecked, then removed the software and link. ... and if they were not, my GPUs would (definitely) trip the OCP in multirail. even as a single rail, at times I need >2000W and have shut down the 1500i. ohno-smiley02.gif

You may want to read this from Corsair: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/blog/2014/may/setting-up-ocp-on-the-ax1500i
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You may want to read this from Corsair: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/blog/2014/may/setting-up-ocp-on-the-ax1500i

yup - thanks for the info from May . Like I said, I ensured that the PSU was set to single rail. No worries bro... unless single rail is bugged and is frying rigs. But so far, so good. Gotta admit, I do abuse PSUs tho.
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yup - thanks for the info from May . Like I said, I ensured that the PSU was set to single rail. No worries bro... unless single rail is bugged and is frying rigs. But so far, so good. Gotta admit, I do abuse PSUs tho.
You didn't read it did you? Or, your not explaining yourself very well, since according to the article, what you did, didn't verify anything.
Edited by Roland2 - 10/20/14 at 6:28pm
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post #1974 of 15770
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You didn't read it did you? Or, your not explaining yourself very well, since according to the article, what you did, didn't verify anything.

lol - I appreciate your worry about my PSU blinksmiley.gif. Assuming you read my response, and understand that I'm running these kingpins at clocks and with a mod bios so that during benchmark runs, they each will pull over 700W in certain tests (x3). I've had this PSU for months and read that article from 5 months ago... well, months ago. What are you getting at?

One more time - this 1500i is set up as a single rail PSU. I AM SURE.

whether that's a good witch or a bad witch is the question. not whether I set my stuff up correctly.
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I just got my hands on an X99-A motherboard and my M.2 SSD isn't detected in the bios. Does anyone know how to enable or locate it?
Maybe the device (MyDigitalSSD SC2 Super Cache 2 42mm SATA III 6G M.2 NGFF M2 SSD Solid State Drive (128GB)) isn't compatible?

Sorry guys, found the answer myself after a little digging. Apparently it was a compatibility issue as I had the wrong key type (B+M instead of M). I'm going to return it and get a Samsung XP941 128GB SSD instead. Hopefully that works, if not I'll have more questions! rolleyes.gif
Edited by NICO NO SE - 10/20/14 at 7:45pm
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I just got my hands on an X99-A motherboard and my M.2 SSD isn't detected in the bios. Does anyone know how to enable or locate it?
Maybe the device (MyDigitalSSD SC2 Super Cache 2 42mm SATA III 6G M.2 NGFF M2 SSD Solid State Drive (128GB)) isn't compatible?

Hello

PCIe M.2 SSDs are supported only. SATA III is not compatible.
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Finishing my new build and getting it stable and OC'ed (not over the top). Did my first Furturemark benchmark: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3030781 and my physics are enormous low. It almost seems like it runs 4 cores onlu. Until now I only did 5 way optimalisatiosn and running on 4,1 MHz.

Any idea why my score is so low.

EDIT: ??? I lost 4 cores?


This just now coming up as an issue?

Do you know if you ever had 8 cores?

Reset cmos and try again.
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This just now coming up as an issue?

Do you know if you ever had 8 cores?

Reset cmos and try again.

Spend some hours on this..... finally found an article on losing cores and Windows boot settings. Cleared boot stuff and booted with all drivers loaded as an option and the 8 cores are back...... I had them day one and late.... but never checked after that (until yesterday)....
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The other day I moved the cable that connects the rear stereo output jack on the X99-E WS to my stereo amplifier. Didn't bump it hard or damage it that I know of, just was moving the case around to access some other equipment, and suddenly there was this MASSIVE... truly MASSIVE deafening screech from my amp and speakers. The same mega noise as if I were to pull the plug out of the jack and short it or something, at the same time as having every volume control turned all the way up. (I definitely do not have any volume controls turned all the way up, not in Windows or on the amp. Everything is at more like 15-20 percent.)

Since that day, I've had to take extra care not to bump the sound out cable even a tiny bit -- or even to very slightly bump my tower case -- or else some of my speakers start to buzz and in the worst cases they even go all the way to this massive overload sound. But it's not like anything is 100% broken because if I don't bump anything, sound plays normally and all is well. But right now I'm afraid to even use the sound system because that sound was not one you ever want to repeat. It sounded as though DC or a certain amount of AC voltage was leaking very heavily onto the line or something else very bad.

You may suspect that the sound cable itself is faulty, but it never had a problem before this. And the start of this problem did not involve any detectable physical trauma to the cable or jack. Just some gentle motion.

Did I somehow do permanent damage to the onboard sound's output circuit or something? How could it get so ridiculously sensitive to cable motion? Is this normal?

The way it is now, if I'm going to continue using the onboard sound as I'd like to, I would need to construct a really elaborate strain relief system to make sure nothing moves the stereo out cable even the slightest amount. I'm pretty sure that is not the intended behavior.[/quote]
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The other day I moved the cable that connects the rear stereo output jack on the X99-E WS to my stereo amplifier. Didn't bump it hard or damage it that I know of, just was moving the case around to access some other equipment, and suddenly there was this MASSIVE... truly MASSIVE deafening screech from my amp and speakers. The same mega noise as if I were to pull the plug out of the jack and short it or something, at the same time as having every volume control turned all the way up. (I definitely do not have any volume controls turned all the way up, not in Windows or on the amp. Everything is at more like 15-20 percent.)

Since that day, I've had to take extra care not to bump the sound out cable even a tiny bit -- or even to very slightly bump my tower case -- or else some of my speakers start to buzz and in the worst cases they even go all the way to this massive overload sound. But it's not like anything is 100% broken because if I don't bump anything, sound plays normally and all is well. But right now I'm afraid to even use the sound system because that sound was not one you ever want to repeat. It sounded as though DC or a certain amount of AC voltage was leaking very heavily onto the line or something else very bad.

You may suspect that the sound cable itself is faulty, but it never had a problem before this. And the start of this problem did not involve any detectable physical trauma to the cable or jack. Just some gentle motion.

Did I somehow do permanent damage to the onboard sound's output circuit or something? How could it get so ridiculously sensitive to cable motion? Is this normal?

The way it is now, if I'm going to continue using the onboard sound as I'd like to, I would need to construct a really elaborate strain relief system to make sure nothing moves the stereo out cable even the slightest amount. I'm pretty sure that is not the intended behavior.
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1) Get the cable checked. They can break internally.

2) If a new cable does not help, then get the board checked.
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