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post #101 of 666
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Originally Posted by YP5 Toronto View Post

i booted straight from the Windows 10 USB Install ...no issues at all.

Awesome! Thanks so much, been looking everywhere to confirm this thumb.gif
post #102 of 666
Hi,

I got urgent problem, I wonder if you could help

Does that board Z10PE-D8 WS support memory configuration with 6 ram sticks and 2 CPUs?

I ordered 6 x KVR21R15D4/16
and 2 x E5-2650v3

Does the tripple channel with 3 sticks per 1 CPU work?
(because in the Asus manual there are only 2,4, and 8 sticks configs frown.gif )

Can anyone with this board and 8 sticks, take 2 of them out and confirm this?

Or do I have to buy 2 more KVR21R15D4/16 to boot up?

Much appreciated,
Paul
Edited by ZooMPL - 2/12/16 at 1:49am
post #103 of 666
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Originally Posted by ZooMPL View Post

Hi,

I got urgent problem, I wonder if you could help

Does that board Z10PE-D8 WS support memory configuration with 6 ram sticks and 2 CPUs?

I ordered 6 x KVR21R15D4/16
and 2 x E5-2650v3

Does the tripple channel with 3 sticks per 1 CPU work?
(because in the Asus manual there are only 2,4, and 8 sticks configs frown.gif )

Can anyone with this board and 8 sticks, take 2 of them out and confirm this?

Or do I have to buy 2 more KVR21R15D4/16 to boot up?

Much appreciated,
Paul
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Hi Paul for 2 cpus u need minimum 2 sticks of ram. I hope the diagram is clear and shows you which dim slots to put them in for the configuration. I will send u the link for the manual.
post #104 of 666
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Originally Posted by ZooMPL View Post

Hi,

I got urgent problem, I wonder if you could help

Does that board Z10PE-D8 WS support memory configuration with 6 ram sticks and 2 CPUs?

I ordered 6 x KVR21R15D4/16
and 2 x E5-2650v3

Does the tripple channel with 3 sticks per 1 CPU work?
(because in the Asus manual there are only 2,4, and 8 sticks configs frown.gif )

Can anyone with this board and 8 sticks, take 2 of them out and confirm this?

Or do I have to buy 2 more KVR21R15D4/16 to boot up?

Much appreciated,
Paul
post #105 of 666
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Originally Posted by ZooMPL View Post

Hi,

I got urgent problem, I wonder if you could help

Does that board Z10PE-D8 WS support memory configuration with 6 ram sticks and 2 CPUs?

I ordered 6 x KVR21R15D4/16
and 2 x E5-2650v3

Does the tripple channel with 3 sticks per 1 CPU work?
(because in the Asus manual there are only 2,4, and 8 sticks configs frown.gif )

Can anyone with this board and 8 sticks, take 2 of them out and confirm this?

Or do I have to buy 2 more KVR21R15D4/16 to boot up?

Much appreciated,
Paul
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Originally Posted by ALNAK1B View Post



I know, it does not show triple channel option in the Asus manual.

But from what Ive read you can set up triple channel on this chipset in other A-brand workstations like HP.

Will the triple channed config (6 sticks of ram) work, regardles it's not shown in manual??
post #106 of 666
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Originally Posted by ZooMPL View Post

Hi,

I got urgent problem, I wonder if you could help

Does that board Z10PE-D8 WS support memory configuration with 6 ram sticks and 2 CPUs?

I ordered 6 x KVR21R15D4/16
and 2 x E5-2650v3

Does the tripple channel with 3 sticks per 1 CPU work?
(because in the Asus manual there are only 2,4, and 8 sticks configs frown.gif )

Can anyone with this board and 8 sticks, take 2 of them out and confirm this?

Or do I have to buy 2 more KVR21R15D4/16 to boot up?

Much appreciated,
Paul
post #107 of 666
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Originally Posted by ALNAK1B View Post


I'm not a fan of this board to be frank. The ddr4 capabilities as I understand only supports 1866. I bought 2133 or 2400 for a client forgot now what it was. Wish I hadn't overlooked that. My first board was a shambles I rma it through Amazon not asus because they took 3 weeks to get back to me. The board was horrible and unstable and it's the worst board I've worked with from ma hardware point of view. What else it's very sensitive to everything I could barely bread board it on the anti static bag because it kept wanting to not boot. I managed to raise it off the ground on the two backplates just to test it. Frankly in hate it. I finished the second build with the new board so far so good plus a few issues as to be expected with this board. I'm not holding my breath. Already spent a fortune shipping it back to usa and back to kuwait again and I really hope I don't have to ship it back. Let me know how your board goes I wish u all the best. Personally I can't wait to hand to back to the client and I hope I never have to see it ever again!
post #108 of 666
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Originally Posted by ALNAK1B View Post

I'm not a fan of this board to be frank. The ddr4 capabilities as I understand only supports 1866. I bought 2133 or 2400 for a client forgot now what it was. Wish I hadn't overlooked that. My first board was a shambles I rma it through Amazon not asus because they took 3 weeks to get back to me. The board was horrible and unstable and it's the worst board I've worked with from ma hardware point of view. What else it's very sensitive to everything I could barely bread board it on the anti static bag because it kept wanting to not boot. I managed to raise it off the ground on the two backplates just to test it. Frankly in hate it. I finished the second build with the new board so far so good plus a few issues as to be expected with this board. I'm not holding my breath. Already spent a fortune shipping it back to usa and back to kuwait again and I really hope I don't have to ship it back. Let me know how your board goes I wish u all the best. Personally I can't wait to hand to back to the client and I hope I never have to see it ever again!

That sounds like a grounding issue to me, I had that issue a lot with my SR-2, just took some playing and eventually all the kinks dissapeared
post #109 of 666
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Originally Posted by ALNAK1B View Post

I'm not a fan of this board to be frank. The ddr4 capabilities as I understand only supports 1866. I bought 2133 or 2400 for a client forgot now what it was. Wish I hadn't overlooked that. My first board was a shambles I rma it through Amazon not asus because they took 3 weeks to get back to me. The board was horrible and unstable and it's the worst board I've worked with from ma hardware point of view. What else it's very sensitive to everything I could barely bread board it on the anti static bag because it kept wanting to not boot. I managed to raise it off the ground on the two backplates just to test it. Frankly in hate it. I finished the second build with the new board so far so good plus a few issues as to be expected with this board. I'm not holding my breath. Already spent a fortune shipping it back to usa and back to kuwait again and I really hope I don't have to ship it back. Let me know how your board goes I wish u all the best. Personally I can't wait to hand to back to the client and I hope I never have to see it ever again!

Thanks for confirmation that workstation boards (ASUS) has less quality control than X99 motherboards
post #110 of 666
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Originally Posted by ALNAK1B View Post

...I could barely bread board it on the anti static bag because it kept wanting to not boot....

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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

That sounds like a grounding issue to me, I had that issue a lot with my SR-2, just took some playing and eventually all the kinks dissapeared

Valgaur might be correct since powering on a motherboard while resting it on top of the anti-static bag is a no-no. All you're doing is putting it on top of a defacto faraday cage which means it is electrically conductive on the outside.

As I've stated in this thread before, the only problems I've had with this board was a clean Win10 installation hanging which forced me to have to clean install Win8.1 then in place upgrade to Win10.

I have all RAM slots populated with 256GB of Crucial ECC ram running at 2133. My boot drive is an Intel 750 PCIe NVMe SSD. I also have a Samsung 950 NVMe M.2 SSD installed and working (although I haven't tried making it a boot drive).
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