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Originally Posted by tomsonx1983 View Post

Hi A have a question about triple titan x sli ? is it worth to get another one ? currently runing 2way sli how about scalling in games ?

Wouldn't it be better and cheaper to just get 2x1080s and replace the titans...?
post #3202 of 4103
Have had nothing but problems with this board. Only positive is aesthetics. WIN7 installed fine, driver/chipset updates, bios updates, everything was good for a week and a half. Got a new monitor, installed a second 980 ti. Ever since then, issues galore. First started with the constant/random Chassis intrude! hangups. The first two RAM slots are not being read all of a sudden, and I know it is not the memory itself. Good thing this week is last week I can return this junk for a full refund.

edit: was just browsing the internet, all of a sudden complete system freeze, goes into Chassis intrude! screen.
post #3203 of 4103
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Depends from risers, if uget a decent one should works but u need to be verry carefull they ar dellicate to much bending twisting ribbon will just kill it

Thanks! Anyone else care to comment?
     
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post #3204 of 4103
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Wouldn't it be better and cheaper to just get 2x1080s and replace the titans...?

Not at the present moment, and I don't think 2 1080s are faster then 3 Titans. I'm in the same situation except I'm running 3 980Ti's and considering a 4th. It also depends if he's using liquid cooling. If so he can ramp up the speed on those Titans. If anything he should wait a few months for the 1080Ti's.
post #3205 of 4103
Bios 3201 has been uploaded on Asus website.

Might be worth having a look. Nothing really new new except the usual "Improve system performance and stability."
One new addition is "Support Thunderbolt TBT and USB Boot function."
post #3206 of 4103
Hey guys,

i purchased the x99-e ws for our workstation build and there is one thing i don`t seem to understand.
The adaptive voltage setting does pretty much nothing for me. I don`t wanna go really high with overclocking anyways cause its a workstation build and absolute reliability comes first obviously.
But i would like to make use of the adaptive voltage feature so i set the adaptove voltage to the maximum amount of vcore thats neccessary to maintain my overclock but the setting seems to be ignored.

In my case i don`t wanna go higher then 1.1V for 3600MHz - 3800MH, so i set it to 1.1V but neverthelessCPU-Z and other tools are showing me a load value way above what i set as the maximum adaptive voltage value. Am i doing something wrong here or is the adaptive voltage not working for vcores < = 1.x?

Edit:
Trried to download and install the latest bios but it says not compatible -.-

Thank you
Edited by Dennis81 - 7/20/16 at 1:40pm
post #3207 of 4103
Hello!

You need to put ex 1.080 to get 1.100 under load. Atleast that's what I need to do. It's just about tweaking. It's not 100%, so in order to get it to a flat number you'll need to adjust it.

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post #3208 of 4103
Hello,

thats what i thought but now that you said that it makes me even more suspicious that something is not working.

Lets say i set a multiplier of 38 (100 BCLK) and the additional turbo mode cpu voltage to 1.1V then my cpu-z readings (i double checked with other tools like hwinfo and aisuite either)
give me 1.173V. Oddly the CPU always stays at 3800MHz regardless of the cpu load, so does the vcore of course.
If i change the additional turbo mode cpu voltage to, lets say 1.05V, the cpu-z reading is exactly the same as before.

Any ideas why this doesn`t seem to work for me at all?

edit:
Ok guys, the fact that my CPU was constantly @ Max was due to the energy profile in win10 being set to max performance, so this is fixed now.
But nevertheless, regardless what vcore i throw at the adaptive voltage, it seems to be ignored.

By the way, does the bios update to 3201 work for anyxbody on the X99-E WS USB31?
Edited by Dennis81 - 7/21/16 at 8:55am
post #3209 of 4103
Anyone else having issues trying to download the new BIOS?
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post #3210 of 4103
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Anyone else having issues trying to download the new BIOS?

Downloads okay for me, here's a copy

https://www.dropbox.com/s/j0wwxpy3c073c4l/X99-E-WS-ASUS-3201.zip?dl=0
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