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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.[/quote]

Thank you, Raja. I had no reason to think it would be broken internally, as it was a very thick, strong cable. But from the symptoms, it does seem likely. So I'll get a new cable and see what happens.

Someday I hope the world of computer motherboards makes a transition to a new standard for plugging in audio outputs... some type of locking connector with built in strain relief would be wonderful, not only for tower cases that get moved around a lot, but also for HTPCs and other music boxes.
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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.


I wouldn't worry about it - that load percentage is quite small compared to what some services use.
post #1993 of 15770
Having issues with my new Asus Strix GTX 980 on my x99DeLuxe, GPU Tweak crashes a lot. I noticed that there is also the possibility (in the TPU section) to use AI Suite for this card. What is the better option?
post #1994 of 15770
No disrespect to ASUS but GPU Tweak is trash. Use Afterburner.


Actually I'll rephrase, try Afterburner. Not sure if rivatuner will communicate with the voltage regulator on the Strix
post #1995 of 15770
Here is a weird one - if all I've done is:

change cache offset to 0.275 = 1.231v

Gone from 3.5 cache to 4.0


Why would the system shut itself down? No reboot, just complete shut down. Starts up completely fine after but with no safe mode. As if it never happened. On boot sequence... it seems at random points, only happened twice so far, I've notched cache offset a little more.
Edited by Silent Scone - 10/21/14 at 9:37am
post #1996 of 15770
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

Here is a weird one - if all I've done is:

change cache offset to 0.275 = 1.231v

Gone from 3.5 cache to 4.0


Why would the system shut itself down? No reboot, just complete shut down. Starts up completely fine after but with no safe mode. As if it never happened. On boot sequence... it seems at random points, only happened twice so far, I've notched cache offset a little more.

Unstable cache...

Happens to me if I attempt 4.7 cache at 1.425V or less. I think it's unstable cache causing some sort of training to fail or something. Some kind of protection kicks in, and then it tries again. If you're close enough to stable, the second try might go through. I've had it cycle and shutdown 3 times before booting on the 4th before lol
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hah, was going to ask you wink.gif

Yeah makes sense. It's stressing ok now with 1.231v. Maybe 1.2v was a bit ambitious for 4ghz.

It didn't try again though that's what concerned me. It just stayed off. I have cold fast boot and fast boot disabled though, not sure if that's why.
post #1998 of 15770
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hah, was going to ask you wink.gif

Yeah makes sense. It's stressing ok now with 1.231v. Maybe 1.2v was a bit ambitious for 4ghz.

It didn't try again though that's what concerned me. It just stayed off. I have cold fast boot and fast boot disabled though, not sure if that's why.

thumb.gif Cache always requires more voltage than the cpu core for me.

I've only had it stay off completely like that twice. Once with overly optimistic memory settings, and once trying to boot 5.0GHz cache lol
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post #1999 of 15770
Second attempt when it happened I did put TRCD and TRP to 15 as been meaning to try.


I know, I don't help myself tongue.gif


I've noticed cache fluctuates hard on offset. Have hit 1.247v


EDIT:

UH, what? I'm going to pretend I've not seen that. Or have I just maybe discovered what is tripping and killing X99 boards lol. There are no voltage check points on this board, are there?


Edited by Silent Scone - 10/21/14 at 10:08am
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Polling error. Possibly due to running more than one polling tool at a time.
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