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post #1981 of 15770
Guys, I have an Corsair AX860i with a Asus x99 Deluxe and Intel 5820k@4ghz 1.22v, 32gb ram...
You really scare me guys about the Corsair - Asus deadly configuration....

It is still not clear to me if I should set my PSU on multirail mode with 30A limit or should unclick everything and set it single rail?

Thank you
post #1982 of 15770
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Originally Posted by edit0r View Post

Guys, I have an Corsair AX860i with a Asus x99 Deluxe and Intel 5820k@4ghz 1.22v, 32gb ram...
You really scare me guys about the Corsair - Asus deadly configuration....

It is still not clear to me if I should set my PSU on multirail mode with 30A limit or should unclick everything and set it single rail?

Thank you

If you stay withing the Limit and don't trigger the OCP it's probably a good idea to leave the OCP enabled. You can also increase the OCP to 40A first, before completely disabling it.
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Scary stuff indeed, I have a new Asus X99 Deluxe (with I7 5960X) powered by a new SuperFlower Leadex Platinum 1000W Fully Modular "80 Plus Platinum ... I'm not as up to speed as some of you guys so don't know if its one rail or twenty ? or even what is the best amount of rails to have?

But despite my lack of knowledge about PSU rails I've managed to put lots of PC's together in the past with what I consider to be quality components, just worried I'm sitting on a time bomb now?

Hope I don't get this .... devil.gif
Edited by Katana1000 - 10/21/14 at 1:04am
post #1984 of 15770
Thank you Trellmor !

I was also planning upgrading next year to a Corsair Ax1500i, for future proofing mostly because i plan to expand my sistem with more ram and another videocard and some HDD's. BUT now I don't know what to do...
post #1985 of 15770
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Scary stuff indeed, I have a new Asus X99 Deluxe (with I7 5960X) powered by a new SuperFlower Leadex Platinum 1000W Fully Modular "80 Plus Platinum ... I'm not as up to speed as some of you guys so don't know if its one rail or twenty ? or even what is the best amount of rails to have?

But despite my lack of knowledge about PSU rails I've managed to put lots of PC's together in the past with what I consider to be quality components, just worried I'm sitting on a time bomb now?

Hope I don't get this .... devil.gif

All the SuperFlower units are single rail
post #1986 of 15770
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All the SuperFlower units are single rail

So that will be OK?
post #1987 of 15770
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Originally Posted by Katana1000 View Post

So that will be OK?

You will be fine...most probably wink.gif.

Nobody knows for definite what is causing these failures but from a collective point of view in my rather uneducated opinion it seems to me like a function on Corsair power supply exposing a weakness/manufacturing fault on the X99 Deluxe
post #1988 of 15770
so after the broken pins fiasco I'm about to receive my x99 deluxe replacement board, I have several questions regarding BIOS flash

1. so the board is supposedly to be able to be flashed with new BIOS with only ATX and CPU power pin connected, done by pressing the dedicated button on the back; however can someone tell me exactly the procedure?
2. how will I know the process is on going and finished?
3. is there a way to copy the default BIOS?
4. how do I switch to the one of the dual BIOS?
post #1989 of 15770
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You will be fine...most probably wink.gif.

Nobody knows for definite what is causing these failures but from a collective point of view in my rather uneducated opinion it seems to me like a function on Corsair power supply exposing a weakness/manufacturing fault on the X99 Deluxe

Thanks for the re-assurance ...I think tongue.gif

When I started this build I was going to use my old Corsair HX1000 but its getting on for 5 years old and warranty is 5 years so decided to get a new PSU, heard good things about the Superflower 1000 so went for that.
post #1990 of 15770
So the AI Suite service, atkexComSvc, continuously uses between 0.4 and 0.8% of my CPU which is rather a lot for a background service if you ask me. Any way to reduce this? I'd uninstall it but I find the fan controls useful.
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