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Originally Posted by jdstock76 View Post

"* If you install CPU with 28 lanes at x16/x8/x4."

Direct quote from the user manual.

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Originally Posted by Stockings View Post

I thought that only applied with Tri SLI or CF though. not when only using two, major sadness.

It applies to the amount of lanes your CPU (obviously mainboard too) can handle.

5820K = 28 PCIe3.0 Lanes
5930K = 40 PCIe3.0 Lanes
5960X = 40 PCIe3.0 Lanes
E5-2600/4600 V4 = 40 PCIe3.0 Lanes
E5-2600/4600 V5 = 48 PCIe3.0 Lanes
E5-2600/4600 V6 = 48 PCIe3.0 Lanes
6800K = 28 PCIe3.0 Lanes
6850K = 40 PCIe3.0 Lanes
6900K = 40 PCIe3.0 Lanes
6950X = 40 PCIe3.0 Lanes

A GPU uses 16 lanes, two GPU's use 32 lanes, etc.... If you're using a 5820K or 6800K and expecting to run dual gpu x16(2), then you're stuffed. frown.gif


I agree with your frustration though. The engineers ought to have provided expandability between the PCIe slots and not just limit them in a hierarchal manner. 123456. The lanes ought to change dynamically based on the type of component is added to the slot. It should not matter which slot a PCIe component is installed, as stated previously it ought to change dynamically based on the users needs. OR provide the users the ability to change the PCIe order within the bios. much like we had to do with IRQ's in the long past.


Edited: Updated CPU list
Edited by HIGHPOINT - 6/14/16 at 4:39pm
post #632 of 786
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Originally Posted by HIGHPOINT View Post

Yep, Asrock UEFI is buggy... It's not really a "hidden" menu, rather some options that are hidden that don't apply to your chip, and some of the settings are relevant and not organized into menu's but rather a tree-list of settings and menu's overlapping each other etc.. iirc. I don't remember the key combo, if there really was one. It happened more than once for me while running on v190, but after reflasing v190 several times the issue resolved itself but not always. Though I've not experienced the "hidden" options displaying after updating to v210.

I believe the problem is due to the awful graphics and simulated lighting and shadows causing the issues and eating up the rom rather than saving it for configurations etc. I'd rather see very low memory flat color scheme (ie: asus) for the eprom than some fantasy land crap, which is more of a distraction than anything.

This.

Ok but why is none of the asrock community looking for a more permanent way to access this. As it would make our boards into quite literally the most configurable board ever. All this talk about blotchy results after bios updates, even the priority and latency settings (like a irqs) are there to explore for maximum overclocking.

Sigh..
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http://www.corsair.com/en-us/vengeance-lpx-64gb-4x16gb-ddr4-dram-2133mhz-c13-memory-kit-black-cmk64gx4m4a2133c13

im use this kit one month, no problems. my x99 is first edition 1,0 with 5960x . see my profile.
post #634 of 786
Can someone with a Asrock X99E-ITX help me? All I need for you to do is look at your bios chip on the board itself and tell me what it says. There should be a number on it. Thanks in advanced!
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Ok but why is none of the asrock community looking for a more permanent way to access this. As it would make our boards into quite literally the most configurable board ever. All this talk about blotchy results after bios updates, even the priority and latency settings (like a irqs) are there to explore for maximum overclocking.

Sigh..

Probably because no one cares that much, and we don't sit in front of the UEFI all day. It's mainly a scripting bug that causes all the top menus to display as a tree rather than menus, all the identical settings are available... but IIRC it does get a bit in depth than the default view. I believe I seen a menu were an individual could change voltage settings for individual capacitors on the board... it got really interesting and somewhat scary wha-smiley.png. I suggest looking around for an ASROCK enthusiast forum, perhaps they'd have answers. I'd like to know particular information regarding that screenshot too, but not too motivated enough to look that deep for it. You can wink.gif

As for IRQ assignments... there is no need, since most modern operating systems already have issues with that resolved and you're literally not going to see any improvements changing things. It use to be hardware/bios controlled, but it's now controlled by the os. That was resolved around early-mid-2000.
Edited by HIGHPOINT - 6/15/16 at 5:27pm
post #636 of 786
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Can someone with a Asrock X99E-ITX help me? All I need for you to do is look at your bios chip on the board itself and tell me what it says. There should be a number on it. Thanks in advanced!

Pretty sure it's P1.2 and had to update the bios to 3.1 in order to run BE.
post #637 of 786
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Originally Posted by Sazexa View Post

I sometimes want to switch to a Nano S, for a second radiator!
I have a 32GB kit from G.Skill, one kf the TridentZ series. Something like 3,200MHz 14-14-14-36. Runs perfectly fine.

Thanks! I'll be anticipating good news on the 950.

I had no problems getting everything going with the 512 Gb 950 Pro and the 32gb kit I purchased. I didn't even need to update the bios from 1.20, but I did anyway. The instant flash was pretty scary. As soon as I selected the image file, the computer just turned off. I wasn't sure if it was updating the way that Asus bios flashback works without a cpu/memory in it. Eventually I had to unplug it completely and turn it back on. At that point it began the bios flash and everything worked ok.


One weird thing, I noticed that my cpu temperature at stock continues to climb up in the bios (like, into the 70s). I'm just using it until I can get a thin 240 rad, but I would hope that the cooler would be able to handle a stock 2011-3 chip.
post #638 of 786
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Originally Posted by Ragsters View Post

Can someone with a Asrock X99E-ITX help me? All I need for you to do is look at your bios chip on the board itself and tell me what it says. There should be a number on it. Thanks in advanced!

Confirmed it's P1.20
post #639 of 786
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Confirmed it's P1.20

Thanks! Mine has the 3.10 stock so no need to update.thumb.gif I just wanted to make sure that the sticker on the chip is actually what bios it comes with.
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Thanks! Mine has the 3.10 stock so no need to update.thumb.gif I just wanted to make sure that the sticker on the chip is actually what bios it comes with.


Usually always is. Hope this means other boards are shipping with BE approved bios too because the error 60 issue was enough to roll eyes and this would also fix the whole... no ram faster than 2133 till update problem too.
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