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Just ordered mine! Kinda curious that the RVE has PS/2 and the WS-E doesn't?

I still want to use PS/2 for my keyboard, and since most keyboards come with a usb to ps/2 adapter but because this board has no ps/2 I have to use the ps/2 to usb to ps/2 to usb adapter...
Anyone recommend a PS/2 to USB adapter?

Man I tired this I did used my com port to the mouse old COM port an old PS2 and used the keyboard on it didn't work. Must to be a BIOS related.

I haven't try to used a PS2 female to USB male. I have an old Dell keyboard that I want to keep but it getting old lol.. I wanted to do this but I end up with a 13$ keyboard K120 Logitech that are USB wired it and it work fine.

I wonder any wireless keyboard out there works great on this motherboard.
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Looking at this X99-E WS as single-socket alternative to Supermicro X10DRG-Q:

http://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/Xeon/C600/X10DRG-Q.cfm

Only issue: our standard quad-GPU Xeon node has 128GB.

You guys running Xeons -- anyone tried (4 or 8) x 16GB registered DDR4 DIMMS?

To those running 64GB (8 x 8GB unregistered) -- any RAM issues to report?

thanks!
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ASUS updated their website, the X99-E WS now states that it supports 128GB DDR4 RAM. Dunno if that applies for our boards but I imagine it does.

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8 x DIMM, Max. 128GB, DDR4 3200(O.C.)/3000(O.C.)/2800(O.C.)/2666(O.C.)/2400(O.C.)/2133 MHz Non-ECC, Un-buffered Memory *1
8 x DIMM, Max. 128GB, DDR4 2133/1866 MHz ECC, Un-buffered, Register Memory *2
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Looking at this X99-E WS as single-socket alternative to Supermicro X10DRG-Q:
http://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/Xeon/C600/X10DRG-Q.cfm
Only issue: our standard quad-GPU Xeon node has 128GB. You guys running Xeons -- anyone tried (4 or 8) x 16GB registered DDR4 DIMMS? To those running 64GB (8 x 8GB unregistered) -- any RAM issues to report?
thanks!

I am running Xeon E5 1680v3 with 4x16GB=64GB DDR4 registered kit like this from Crucial, absolutely no problems, have not tried overclocking this kit, planning to expand to 128GB which should be piece of cake except of money redface.gif.
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I am running Xeon E5 1680v3 with 4x16GB=64GB DDR4 registered kit like this from Crucial, absolutely no problems, have not tried overclocking this kit, planning to expand to 128GB which should be piece of cake except of money redface.gif.

It is unlocked...correct?
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Looking at this X99-E WS as single-socket alternative to Supermicro X10DRG-Q:

http://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/Xeon/C600/X10DRG-Q.cfm

Only issue: our standard quad-GPU Xeon node has 128GB.

You guys running Xeons -- anyone tried (4 or 8) x 16GB registered DDR4 DIMMS?

To those running 64GB (8 x 8GB unregistered) -- any RAM issues to report?

thanks!

Yes. You can also used 32x4 like the LRDIMM. But it won't do 8x16 it will do 6x16 LRDIMM. But as for 128GB DDR4 non-reg DIMM support 3300 speed but max space is 128GB for non. And for 128GB is RDIMM and LRDIMM. I did try overclocking the ram on LRDIMM and RDIMM they both will do it but I couldn't go over 2400 speed. till you losing some timing can go higher. But I get a lot of errors and memory problems when trying to go a higher speed. But this is what I done 16-16-16-38 bump the voltage 1.27500V If you turn on the XMP profile it locked. Can change voltages and timing to.
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But what sad is that the Intel Xeon can do 768 GB worth of memory :| Maybe they'll make a new BIOS update. Maybe we can get 512 GB wink.gif
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Just to confirm your seeing the wierd soudn blaster z problem on this board where the card quits working?
Naw. I just eyeing the board, and I'm bit split if I'd want to get CPU with FIVR, or wait for Skylake-E as was my original plan.

That posts about SB-Z problems with board gave me stuff to think about.
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Naw. I just eyeing the board, and I'm bit split if I'd want to get CPU with FIVR, or wait for Skylake-E as was my original plan.

That posts about SB-Z problems with board gave me stuff to think about.

Last time I read the OC socket completely bypasses FIVR with the extra pins.
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I am running Xeon E5 1680v3 with 4x16GB=64GB DDR4 registered kit like this from Crucial, absolutely no problems, have not tried overclocking this kit, planning to expand to 128GB which should be piece of cake except of money redface.gif.
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It is unlocked...correct?

Yes, absolutely. I am waiting for H240-X WC coming soon to test final OC but got 4.4 GHz on air. On the other hand E5 1680v3 is highest speed ranking 8-core Xeon, the question is if OC is any better than lower grades and it seems not.
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Yes. You can also used 32x4 like the LRDIMM. But it won't do 8x16 it will do 6x16 LRDIMM. But as for 128GB DDR4 non-reg DIMM support 3300 speed but max space is 128GB for non. And for 128GB is RDIMM and LRDIMM. I did try overclocking the ram on LRDIMM and RDIMM they both will do it but I couldn't go over 2400 speed. till you losing some timing can go higher. But I get a lot of errors and memory problems when trying to go a higher speed. But this is what I done 16-16-16-38 bump the voltage 1.27500V If you turn on the XMP profile it locked. Can change voltages and timing to.

So do you mean registered ECC RAM is not necessary when running 128 GB RAM with Xeon? Anyway with such amount of memory ECC is safer for errors.
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But what sad is that the Intel Xeon can do 768 GB worth of memory :| Maybe they'll make a new BIOS update. Maybe we can get 512 GB wink.gif

No likely, this is workstation mobo, not superworkstation biggrin.gif.
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