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i was told to keep uncore 3-500mhz lower then then clock speed

who told you that? ...for the best performance you want a 1:1 ratio, but not all cpu's will be able to do that.
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post #4482 of 15704
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Still happening

Are you using the synapse software? If so, remove that and see if it still happens.. I know I had a similar issue and uninstalled it and it went away. I reinstalled it now let it do a firmware upgrade and so far so good but it was definitely happening to me but has cleared up now...
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post #4483 of 15704
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i was told to keep uncore 3-500mhz lower then then clock speed
You don't necessarily have to do that, but I've also read here & there that the sweetspot is at 300-500mhz under your CPU speed.
post #4484 of 15704
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Are you using the synapse software? If so, remove that and see if it still happens.. I know I had a similar issue and uninstalled it and it went away. I reinstalled it now let it do a firmware upgrade and so far so good but it was definitely happening to me but has cleared up now...
Yea someone else suggested the same thing, uninstalled Razer synapse about a week ago but its happening
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ok, I'm wondering because you are the first on this thread who argument about this problem.
are we the only two with a deluxe with this problem?

No. I see the problem as well.

It looks to be one of two firmware bugs I've found with regard to USB.

1. Choose Disabled USB Initialization at Boot. Save and Exit Firmware. Boot into Windows. Log into Windows and tell Windows to reset the machine. Once logged back into Windows look in Device Manager and find both USB 2.0 ECHI controllers have Yellow Bangs. Doing a firmware reset will fix the Yellow Bangs until the next Reset or Sleep of the box.

2. Sleep the box. Resume from sleep and go into Device Manager find that ASMedia USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller and one USB Root Hub (xHCI) is missing (can be found by using Show Hidden). Just continue to use box. After an hour or two open Device Manager and find that both devices have returned (sometimes requires using Scan for hardware changes button). Doing a firmware reset will fix until the next sleep of the box.

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post #4486 of 15704
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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?

I am running a Deluxe board and my Device Manager looks about the same as yours.


I did also notice though, the "This accessory may not be supported." error seems to ONLY appear when the iPhone has reached 100% charge.
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my vrms on the mobo are reported at running at 48c while I type. Is this kinda hot for idle? they get close to 65 to when under load. Are there any setting in the bios that could change the way the vrms run? so maybe they will run cooler? almost all of my options are set to auto
    
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my vrms on the mobo are reported at running at 48c while I type. Is this kinda hot for idle? they get close to 65 to when under load. Are there any setting in the bios that could change the way the vrms run? so maybe they will run cooler? almost all of my options are set to auto

At what speed is the processor and where is the vcore set?
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Hi guys (and gals),

I am planning to do an upgrade soon from X79 (MSI Big Bang xPower II) to X99. I am currently leaning towards Asus as my choice of motherboard.
First and for your information; I will be using a 5930K processor (if I am not mistaken, this is a 40-lane CPU).

Before I continue, I will give you a brief list of components I currently have or will be using for this build:

- Processor: Intel 5930K (already mentioned above)
- Videocards: 2x Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 970 (which will be replaced by 2x EVGA 970 FTW+ soon) - 2x PCIe x16
- Physx: 1x EVGA GTX 650 - PCIe x16
- Audio: Auzentech X-Fi Forte 7.1 - PCIe x1
- Storage: Samsung 256 GB SSD (currently used for OS, games and programs)
- Future: Samsung XP941 256GB M.2 x4 (want to use this in my new build for OS, 1 or 2 games + a few apps)

At first I was looking at the Asus X99-E WS, however given my configuration, I think this will be overkill for me, however I always favoured more PCIe slots (gives you a wider choice of card placement).
Then after doing some more research, I discovered the Asus X99 Deluxe, Asus X99 Pro and Asus X99-S.

If I did my research correct, the main difference between the Deluxe, Pro and S is the extra LAN Port (only on available on Deluxe) and WIFI (only on Deluxe and Pro). I do care, kinda, about the extra LAN port, since I have been using it also on my current MSI board, however it's not a dealbreaker. WIFI I don't need at all. Furthermore I noticed that the Pro-version has "less" PCIe slots. This means, that I will have to decide between the Deluxe and the S version.

So far, I think I am correct with my findings. Please correct me where I am wrong.

Okay, from here it's becoming for me more difficult to understand. I am willing to ditch the Auzentech X-Fi Forte PCIe x1 card if that helps. I have no clue on how onboard audio nowadays sound, actually never used onboard audio in the past and I always used "dedicated" audio cards for this. But since I will need the PCIe slots for what I want, I think it's better to ditch it completely.

Now I will be running the 2x GTX 970's in SLI ofcourse and I expect them both to work at PCIe x16 speeds. That shouldn't be impossible. The Physx card should run at least at PCIe x8 speed. So far this should be possible. Give the information from the Asus website and I quote:
Source: http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/X99S/specifications/ @ note-section (bottom)

(actually when I am/was typing this, I made a drawing and I think I got things covered, but don't want to waste this post, so I will continue, to see if I am completely correct)

So since I will be using 2x videocards in SLI, 1x physx card and 1x M.2 x4 card, I shouldn't use PCIe slot #5 (which is shared with M.2 x4). So I am thinking about installing it like this:

- PCIe slot #1: GTX 970 (SLI)
- PCIe slot #2: empty for airflow (or maybe put here the Auzentech X-Fi Forte card?)
- PCIe slot #3: GTX 970 (SLI)
- PCIe slot #4: empty for airflow
- PCIe slot #5: empty for airflow + it's being shared with M.2 x4 card
- PCIe slot #6: GTX 650 (Physx)

In this configuration (I can even install the Auzentech X-Fi Forte PCIe x4 card this way), all videocard slots (#1, #3 and #6) will all run at x16 speed, right?
Also using slot #2 will have no negative impact on the other slots, right? I don't think so, but asking doesn't hurt it.

Other information; I am planning to run the 5930K at or around 4.5 Ghz (with Kraken X60).

Sorry about the long post and probably stupid questions, but I always rather be informed well and get my information right, before I buy stuff.

Just thought of this, while re-reading my own post before submitting it. Won't I run out of "lanes" because of this configration? If so, I might have to re-consider the Asus X99-E WS maybe, or ditch the Auzentech soundcard ofcourse, which was my idea in the first place. Argh.... I hate decisions.

Thank you for your answers, input and (future) ideas.

I hate to bump, but.... frown.gif
     
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Hi guys (and gals),

I am planning to do an upgrade soon from X79 (MSI Big Bang xPower II) to X99. I am currently leaning towards Asus as my choice of motherboard.
First and for your information; I will be using a 5930K processor (if I am not mistaken, this is a 40-lane CPU).

Before I continue, I will give you a brief list of components I currently have or will be using for this build:

- Processor: Intel 5930K (already mentioned above)
- Videocards: 2x Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 970 (which will be replaced by 2x EVGA 970 FTW+ soon) - 2x PCIe x16
- Physx: 1x EVGA GTX 650 - PCIe x16
- Audio: Auzentech X-Fi Forte 7.1 - PCIe x1
- Storage: Samsung 256 GB SSD (currently used for OS, games and programs)
- Future: Samsung XP941 256GB M.2 x4 (want to use this in my new build for OS, 1 or 2 games + a few apps)

At first I was looking at the Asus X99-E WS, however given my configuration, I think this will be overkill for me, however I always favoured more PCIe slots (gives you a wider choice of card placement).
Then after doing some more research, I discovered the Asus X99 Deluxe, Asus X99 Pro and Asus X99-S.

If I did my research correct, the main difference between the Deluxe, Pro and S is the extra LAN Port (only on available on Deluxe) and WIFI (only on Deluxe and Pro). I do care, kinda, about the extra LAN port, since I have been using it also on my current MSI board, however it's not a dealbreaker. WIFI I don't need at all. Furthermore I noticed that the Pro-version has "less" PCIe slots. This means, that I will have to decide between the Deluxe and the S version.

So far, I think I am correct with my findings. Please correct me where I am wrong.

Okay, from here it's becoming for me more difficult to understand. I am willing to ditch the Auzentech X-Fi Forte PCIe x1 card if that helps. I have no clue on how onboard audio nowadays sound, actually never used onboard audio in the past and I always used "dedicated" audio cards for this. But since I will need the PCIe slots for what I want, I think it's better to ditch it completely.

Now I will be running the 2x GTX 970's in SLI ofcourse and I expect them both to work at PCIe x16 speeds. That shouldn't be impossible. The Physx card should run at least at PCIe x8 speed. So far this should be possible. Give the information from the Asus website and I quote:
Source: http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/X99S/specifications/ @ note-section (bottom)

(actually when I am/was typing this, I made a drawing and I think I got things covered, but don't want to waste this post, so I will continue, to see if I am completely correct)

So since I will be using 2x videocards in SLI, 1x physx card and 1x M.2 x4 card, I shouldn't use PCIe slot #5 (which is shared with M.2 x4). So I am thinking about installing it like this:

- PCIe slot #1: GTX 970 (SLI)
- PCIe slot #2: empty for airflow (or maybe put here the Auzentech X-Fi Forte card?)
- PCIe slot #3: GTX 970 (SLI)
- PCIe slot #4: empty for airflow
- PCIe slot #5: empty for airflow + it's being shared with M.2 x4 card
- PCIe slot #6: GTX 650 (Physx)

In this configuration (I can even install the Auzentech X-Fi Forte PCIe x4 card this way), all videocard slots (#1, #3 and #6) will all run at x16 speed, right?
Also using slot #2 will have no negative impact on the other slots, right? I don't think so, but asking doesn't hurt it.

Other information; I am planning to run the 5930K at or around 4.5 Ghz (with Kraken X60).

Sorry about the long post and probably stupid questions, but I always rather be informed well and get my information right, before I buy stuff.

Just thought of this, while re-reading my own post before submitting it. Won't I run out of "lanes" because of this configration? If so, I might have to re-consider the Asus X99-E WS maybe, or ditch the Auzentech soundcard ofcourse, which was my idea in the first place. Argh.... I hate decisions.

Thank you for your answers, input and (future) ideas.

I hate to bump, but.... frown.gif

The 5930k is 40 pcie lanes which as per your setup should give you 32 lanez 2 x 16x for the graphics in sli which would leave you with one 8x lane.

Thus the Asus X99 Pro or Deluxe may be good for wgat you trying to run.

Coming from a Gigabyte G1 Sniper 5 which has good onboard sound I must say in my opinion that certain onboard sound on motherboards are not all that bad. The sound I get from X99 Pro appear to be good. Then again I stand by the point that sound is a relative concept as you have many things which impacts on what you hear.
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