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post #4551 of 15770
just a question.

i have a rampage V with 2 gtx 780 ti in sli.

I'm getting a lot of noise from the vga cards when in games on the onboard sound card, has anyeone experienced this?

is there anything i can do?

would a essence stx II be better?
post #4552 of 15770
Thread Starter 
Have you connected the PSU to the molex connector at the lower side of the board? If so, try without, and if not,try with it. Try to route any power or signal cables away from the FP connector as well. You're probably picking up noise from somehwere and it's working it's way to the analog outputs. PSU cross loading noise cane play a part in this as well, although the LPF and ripple rejection of the LDO regulators should take care of most of it - some PSUs generate lower hf hash and ripple when current is drawn.
Edited by Raja@ASUS - 1/13/15 at 7:37am
post #4553 of 15770
the noise only appears when the vgas are in load, during games, it gives a sort of motorbike engine sound hard to describe.

i do have the bottom molex connect i will try without it thanks!
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Thread Starter 
Yeah that means it's either current draw related at PSU rails or radiated noise pickup into the audio area. For the latter, try moving cables around in the case. Only cross signal cables with power cbles at 90 degrees - never run them parallel as it will couple any noise between them.
post #4555 of 15770
Should i be nervous with the fact i just bought a X99-A board? I keep seeing people posting all these errors upon boot codes and what not. All my new stuff comes by the end of the week and now im getting a little weirded out by thinking the board was a bad choice. I dumped a gigabyte x97 board to move to this platform cause i was just not a fan of gigabyte... praying this goes well for me!
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@Raja@ASUS
Do you know how to UEFI boot from a NVMe device on R5E? So the device can be recognize as NVMe drive not AHCI drive.
Thanks.
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what do you think killed your cpu?

I have NO idea. I've never killed a CPU before and I've been doing this a long time. I go back to the days of CoCo's and Tandy EX's. Building since 486.

I really don't know what I did. I just think I was a bit unlucky.
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Should i be nervous with the fact i just bought a X99-A board? I keep seeing people posting all these errors upon boot codes and what not. All my new stuff comes by the end of the week and now im getting a little weirded out by thinking the board was a bad choice. I dumped a gigabyte x97 board to move to this platform cause i was just not a fan of gigabyte... praying this goes well for me!

Don't be nervous its just the extreme over clocks we are trying to achieve. ASUS boards are by far the best on the market. I have tried just about all of them and ASUS hands down has the best support and build quality. That is just my opinion.
I have 3 of them ROG 990fx, ROG z97 and X99 deluxe and all amazing. thumb.gif
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Don't be nervous its just the extreme over clocks we are trying to achieve. ASUS boards are by far the best on the market. I have tried just about all of them and ASUS hands down has the best support and build quality. That is just my opinion.
I have 3 of them ROG 990fx, ROG z97 and X99 deluxe and all amazing. thumb.gif

This.

I've used ASUS boards for years exclusively. Problems, in my experience, are an anomaly.
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post #4560 of 15770
great to know guys, THANKS. im certainly not looking for anything xtreme. my 5820k was bought from silicon lottery and runs 4.4ghz @ 1.275vcore and 1.87vccin... I dont care for a mhz faster! hopefully board will take kindly to that moderate OC
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