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I noticed when connecting my iPhone to the USB port for charging, a lot of times it will display 'Accesory not recognised' after awhile and iTunes will not see the phone.

Using the latest Asmedia and Intel USB drivers.

Do you see the "Controller Asmedia USB 3.0 eXtensible" under the "Controller USB" in the "Device Manager" when this happen?
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I reinstalled teh MEI drivers using the setupme.exe from within the install folder instead of the asussetup executable. I thought that had fixed it, but after a second reboot one of the USB devices showed that it could not start in device manager. Subsequently rebooting the media fixed it. However, upon startup this morning there is a completely different USB device that is showing up in device manager with a yellow exclamation point.

To recap, it appears random as to which USB device is affected. Sometimes it is the USB HDD, other times the camera, and yet other times a random USB input device. Will continue troubleshooting after work, likely going to drop devices off entirely then place them back on one by one until the issue appears. Perhaps that will narrow it down, unless of course it is the controller or drivers...

I have a similar issue but on my Deluxe (that has nothing of deluxe) the affected ports are always the same two.
When the problem happen I don't see the Asmedia extensible USB 3.0 in the device manager but only the Intel eXtensible device.

Is there someone with a deluxe that can post a screenshot like this of his system please?
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How many Asus X99 Pro users are on this forum? The reason I'm asking is that I don't really see many users on some of the forums I roam. I got one recently with an i7 5930K and 4 x 4GB Kingston Predator DDR4 2400.

The board is running pretty well with the cpu clocked to 4.44ghz (101 x 44). The interesting thing I've noticed as per the HW monitor app is that the VRM is running somewhat hot. At this speed it would go up to 67c under full load which is hotter than the cpu. Cpu needs 1.287V for this speed combined with the uncore at the same speed.
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I've been having some weird problems with the Asus X99 Deluxe for awhile now. I'm running a 5960x at 4.0ghz (BCLK at 100mhz, 1.239v) and my computer just reboots on occasion. It has started happening more and more often and I don't even need to be doing anything for the computer to suddenly just reboot.

Anyone else experiencing random reboots? I updated my bios to the newest, cleared cmos and have gone through some settings but I'm stumped as to what could be causing this. I tried lowering my clocks to 3.9ghz but still kept doing it. I wonder what's up?

Does this also happen at default settings?
How about your Ram? Speed? XMP? ...
If you need help please provide detailed system specs
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I've been having some weird problems with the Asus X99 Deluxe for awhile now. I'm running a 5960x at 4.0ghz (BCLK at 100mhz, 1.239v) and my computer just reboots on occasion. It has started happening more and more often and I don't even need to be doing anything for the computer to suddenly just reboot.

Anyone else experiencing random reboots? I updated my bios to the newest, cleared cmos and have gone through some settings but I'm stumped as to what could be causing this. I tried lowering my clocks to 3.9ghz but still kept doing it. I wonder what's up?

Is windows update automatically rebooting your windows.
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Just got X99 Pro everything working great got question about VRM temps.

Got a 5960x at 4.5 1.33vcore VRM sits at 50c idle and during gaming seems to top out at 56c ATM.
What is the max safe temp?

Asus recommends active cooling but this is when doing full stress benching.

edit:

This is how set up. Rad fan is kind over VRM exhausting out the top.
I plan on adding EK block to VRM at some point.

3dcC6PU.jpg
Edited by Minedune - 1/8/15 at 3:13pm
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Originally Posted by Minedune View Post

Just got X99 Pro everything working great got question about VRM temps.Got a 5960x at 4.5 1.33vcore VRM sits at 50c idle and during gaming seems to top out at 56c ATM.
What is the max safe temp?

Max temps are 105c

To be safe during stability testing do not allow your CPU to go above 85c. thumb.gif
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VRM temps not CPU
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Originally Posted by VPII View Post

How many Asus X99 Pro users are on this forum? The reason I'm asking is that I don't really see many users on some of the forums I roam. I got one recently with an i7 5930K and 4 x 4GB Kingston Predator DDR4 2400.

The board is running pretty well with the cpu clocked to 4.44ghz (101 x 44). The interesting thing I've noticed as per the HW monitor app is that the VRM is running somewhat hot. At this speed it would go up to 67c under full load which is hotter than the cpu. Cpu needs 1.287V for this speed combined with the uncore at the same speed.

I missed your post yea im have on also i get those temps on full stress without active cooling but would never come close to that during normal use. I ended up getting a tiny fan just for stress testing and keeps VRM under 60c

http://i.imgur.com/jtFWOg6.jpg
Edited by Minedune - 1/8/15 at 3:32pm
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Does this also happen at default settings?
How about your Ram? Speed? XMP? ...
If you need help please provide detailed system specs

It's not windows update, computer just resets completely blank, takes about 2 seconds and restarts itself. It's now been up 6 hours without any problems. It was previously up for weeks without problems but slowly it's started to do that restart thing. Today it did it like 4 times in a row, 15 minutes between shutdowns! Fiddled with settings (turned on VRM spread spectrum and took out the fan controller inside the case, random stuff) and now it's been on for awhile. Let's see.

RAM is at 2133mhz, nothing else is really overclocked except CPU. All the voltages at AUTO except vcore (at 1.239v). It's very stable otherwise. No xmp or special settings used. I was just wondering... anyone else bumped into this? If it does this one more time, I'll have to default all the settings which I would hate as it really works very stably, 3d renderings are fast (those restarts don't care if machine is idle or not) and cpu doesn't really go over 81'C when all cores utilized.
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VRM temps not CPU


Most vrms can handle around 105c
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