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OK so here it is definitely the board that is dodgy.

I was fine tuning a 4.4OC for gaming when a couple of reboots it hung at 00 and pcie lane lights flashed and then rebooted itself. Third time it did this the VRM actually started howling. So that was enough for me...it is going back. There is something wrong with the power delivery.

I have replaced it with a new RVE and having done so you can tell immediately there was something screwy with the other...it's like it's not the same board...

I have offered this for testing to Ryan (PCPer) not taken...what a surprise....I will now offer it to ASUS...see if they are interested in the problem at all...

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PCI lane flash + 00 is actually Norma for me VRM howling is not though lol
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hehe...you can laugh...I have never moved so fast in my life....the life of my CPU flashed before my eyes.

OK so the 00 and lane flash and restart...is that the equivalent of the double boot on the old RIVE you reckon....i was thinking that might be the case....thing is didn't happen when I first had the board....but maybe BIOS updates...

It has not happened yet on the new board on warm boot or cold boot....so I'm totally confused..

The operatic VRM...I hope no one else has that smile.gif
post #183 of 282
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hehe...you can laugh...I have never moved so fast in my life....the life of my CPU flashed before my eyes.

OK so the 00 and lane flash and restart...is that the equivalent of the double boot on the old RIVE you reckon....i was thinking that might be the case....thing is didn't happen when I first had the board....but maybe BIOS updates...

It has not happened yet on the new board on warm boot or cold boot....so I'm totally confused..

The operatic VRM...I hope no one else has that smile.gif

Haha. I had a brief flash today also. I hit shutdown on my PC last night, and it never shut down. Reset her and it got stuck on the AMI bios logo... Hard power down ( hold power ) pc booted right back to life...

Anyways yeah, the 00 PCIe lane flashing occurs when OC is unstable and CPU needs to "reset" after say a hard power down. Apart from that 00's also occur for split second when you make enough bios changes where the CPU needs to "reset" and memory needs to train, in that scenario the pci lane lights don't flash.
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So is this a trend with ASUS motherboards only?
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post #185 of 282
To add to Raul-7's question, does this affect the pro 3.1? As that board is newer (?) than the deluxe as it has 3.1 built in not as an add-on card. Asus might of fixed it as its a different version?
post #186 of 282
I have yet to see a similar story from another motherboard...

I have recently swapped out my killer board for a 3.1...it's like a totally different board...it's obvious the other had problems
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Thought this may shed some light on this subject.

Quote from http://www.overclockers.com/3step-guide-to-overclock-intel-haswell/



Caveat – big, massive, honking, pay attention to this – caveat!

When using adaptive voltage, the top of the curve isn’t necessarily the whole story.

ASUS drove this point home when we met and I’m doing so now; we all need to do this as a public service to our users and readers.

Even though you set 1.25 V as your maximum voltage, under certain very heavy loading conditions (i.e. stress testing), the voltage can and will exceed the maximum you have set. Let me say that again – if you stress test using adaptive voltage, even with the maximum set to 1.25 V, the CPU will – guaranteed – request and receive more voltage than you have told the motherboard to deliver it. It’s just the way this works.

In the ASUS demonstrations, setting a maximum 1.25 V in this scenario and then running something like AIDA64, Prime95, etc – any stress testing application designed to stress more than normal loads – the CPU requests and gets ~1.36 V. There is nothing you can do about this and it will happen whether you want it to or not. The only way to prevent stress testing programs from pulling extra voltage is to use a manually set voltage, which takes away your CPU’s ability to reduce voltage when idle.

All is not lost though! You probably noticed every time I told you what would happen it went hand in hand with stress testing. That’s because those are the only scenarios that will lead to this behavior. In all other circumstances so far as ASUS can tell, the CPU will cap at the set 1.25 V and never exceed it. Even if you’re Folding@Home it should maintain the 1.25 V cap (though those folding at home are under 100% load all the time and I’d suggest using a manual voltage for those machines just in case). Likewise, video encoding, audio encoding, compression, rendering – any CPU-intensive process, your CPU will maintain the 1.25 V cap.

So, now that you know the very important caveat, set 1.25 V as your maximum voltage with adaptive voltage, enable C1E and EIST (which throttle your multiplier and voltage when not under load) and go on with your merry life knowing your CPU is as relaxed as it can get when idle.
Edited by CoolGTX - 11/5/15 at 8:10pm
post #188 of 282
While interesting enough this information is not really relevant to this discussion

That AVX instructions will pull more voltage/current through the CPU..up to 0.1v....that is well known. And stress testing the CPU will of course lead to heaviest load....good luck to 5960X Prime toaster ovens...



That does not really explain the death on boot overvoltage people are seeing....even at stock....not OCd....

This is an issue that affects VRM or FIVR or the interaction between both...my money is on bad VRMs

I will repeat this here

I have not seen a 00 boot code and restart ever on this new board....not restart, not cold boot, not warm boot, not stock, not OCd...never period...it's behavior is entirely different to previous board
post #189 of 282
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Thought this may shed some light on this subject.

Different subject, really. This overvolt issue isn't happening when the system is in operation, it happens on a boot or re-boot. Additionally, I was not using adaptive vcore when it happened to me, I was using manual.
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Different subject, really. This overvolt issue isn't happening when the system is in operation, it happens on a boot or re-boot. Additionally, I was not using adaptive vcore when it happened to me, I was using manual.

Ok I stand corrected. - sorry for the irrelevant post

When reading all I could find on Asus X99, ( I just purchased a 5960X upgrading from my 4790K Z97 system) as I am trying to figure out what MB I should get.

I was interested in the Asus R V E; but, when I saw this thread - Now I'm thinking I would be better served by something else?

I will be 2Way SLI my EVGA Tixan X SC with custom loop.

Not sure when, or if ever, a third Titan would make sense to me based on performance/$$$ ratio.

I've been using Asus MB since 486 DX2-66 was a Hot setup.
Edited by CoolGTX - 11/6/15 at 7:27am
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