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post #2021 of 15770
Hello Raja -

The manual, page 2-11, lists the usb port for bios flashback as being next to the button, but the I/O shield lists it as down by the audio jacks. Which one is correct?
Used EZ Flash 2 in the mean time.


Cheers
Edited by Fan o' water - 10/21/14 at 5:39pm
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post #2022 of 15770
Hey everyone!

Does anyone know where i can purchase the EXT Fan PCB that comes with the deluxe board. It is an optional accessory and the x99-e ws has the correct header for it but I am unable to find it for the WS board.

Thanks a bunch!
post #2023 of 15770
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Originally Posted by Yuhfhrh View Post

Who in the world buys a 5960X along with a premium motherboard, and doesn't overclock?

There are a few I'm sure, I'm only curious if it's a general compatability issue or if it has something to due with the extra pins the asus board has when Overclocking.
post #2024 of 15770
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Originally Posted by Asmodian View Post

I had my X99-Deluxe die on me this weekend. I was in BIOS adjusting fan settings and the system suddenly powered off and will not turn back on, no Q-codes or any response. I swapped to another power supply (that was powering my second PC, so known working) and still absolutely nothing when pressing the power button on the motherboard. Its power and reset buttons light up when powered but I do not get any other signs of life from it. This was also with a 5960X but I was only running at 4.2 GHz (which needs 1.25V on this lower quality CPU).

I have started an RMA with Asus, or at least I think I have, but after faxing in the forms for an Advance RMA over 24 hours ago, and attempting to pay for one day shipping, they still haven't even seen the forms let alone shipped anything. Fax was the only way to submit the forms according to chat support. (!?)

I will let this thread know the health of the rest of my components when/if the new motherboard shows up.


Send me a pm I will forward you an email address for the customer loyalty team who deal with rma cases
post #2025 of 15770
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Originally Posted by Fan o' water View Post

Hello Raja -

The manual, page 2-11, lists the usb port for bios flashback as being next to the button, but the I/O shield lists it as down by the audio jacks. Which one is correct?
Used EZ Flash 2 in the mean time.


Cheers

Go by the Io shield.
post #2026 of 15770
Raja,
With all the x99 that seems to drop around us pretty fast is it possible to let us know if we can RMA ours if Asus finds that there is something wrong with this revision?
I would like to be able to RMA the board, if it's a problem with it of course, BEFORE it dies on me and takes down all the others components (some might not be on warranty anymore).

I was planning to upgrade to 8 core next year, planning to get a new Corsair PSU... now I don't know what to do... I bought this expensive, well featured board to be able to build on it on years to come....

Thank you


L.E
Tallking about Asmodian PSU, SilverStone ST1200-G Evolution, I don't know if it matters or not but the PSU was single rail, quoting from the PSU web page "Powerful single +12V rail design, perfect for future high-end component upgrades or overclocking...

Asmodian, please let us know if the HDD's and SSD's are functional and more important with no corrupted data.

Thank you
Edited by edit0r - 10/22/14 at 1:53am
post #2027 of 15770
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Raja,
With all the x99 that seems to drop around us pretty fast is it possible to let us know if we can RMA ours if Asus finds that there is something wrong with this revision?
I would like to be able to RMA the board, if it's a problem with it of course, BEFORE it dies on me and takes down all the others components (some might not be on warranty anymore).

I was planning to upgrade to 8 core next year, planning to get a new Corsair PSU... now I don't know what to do... I bought this expensive, well featured board to be able to build on it on years to come....

Thank you


L.E
Tallking about Asmodian PSU, SilverStone ST1200-G Evolution, I don't know if it matters or not but the PSU was single rail, quoting from the PSU web page "Powerful single +12V rail design, perfect for future high-end component upgrades or overclocking...

Asmodian, please let us know if the HDD's and SSD's are functional and more important with no corrupted data.

Thank you

Guessing games


Most if not all cases are within days or weeks at best. I think it's just safe to assume if it happens to you, you'd be unlucky to get another do the same. Unless you're like the user on here who was shorting the board out himself by fitting a non standard backing plate. Then you might go through 3 or 4 lol
post #2028 of 15770
I cross post here since the problem is related to motherboard more than CPU.
It is funny to see that on boot problems the motherboard error code is really unuseful. Sometimes it says bd ok, but sometimes it says bF, sometimes it boot loop with code 00.

Here the description of my problem.

I noticed that highering cache voltage helps a lot in stability, also with cache at default frequency.
CPU 4.2GHz, Uncore 3GHz (I cannot increase it)
I increased the cache voltage using offset +0.2v and I set the vcore to 1.250v with a maximum of 1.262v due to LLC8.

I noticed that my CPU loves LLC8 for stability.
CPU at 4.2GHz with 127.3BLCK and 33 multiplier.
In this way the system is rock solid. I can push it hard with every benchmark linx and prime 28 is a no problem, temperature with Linx is up to 85c, 81c with Prime 95.

The only problem occurs with warm reboot.
When I do a warm reboot I get a bd error or a boot loop.

What is the cause of this behaviour?
I noticed that system agent push the voltage to 1.250v when in auto, I have the ram at 3055MHz.

Is there some suggestion to solve the warm reboot bd error or boot loop.

I never experienced this problem with 1.3V on vcore, but is there a way to not increase vcore and don't have a warm reboot error?
It is very stable with 1.250V on vcore I don't want to raise vcore anymore.
Thanks.
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post #2029 of 15770
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On the way to Taiwan for my first vacation in three years. Responses may be delayed while I am away.
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happy travels.
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On the way to Taiwan for my first vacation in three years. Responses may be delayed while I am away.


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