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post #111 of 666
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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).

Interesting... I booted straight from a windows 10 USB, installed straight to a Samsung 951 nmve drive. No issues.

With 2 x intel 750 ssd installed.

All 3 seen during the install process.
post #112 of 666
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Originally Posted by YP5 Toronto View Post

Interesting... I booted straight from a windows 10 USB, installed straight to a Samsung 951 nmve drive. No issues.

With 2 x intel 750 ssd installed.

All 3 seen during the install process.

This was back in October or so. I'm guessing one of the latest BIOS updates might have fixed this issue.
post #113 of 666
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This was back in October or so. I'm guessing one of the latest BIOS updates might have fixed this issue.

ya, i would agree.
post #114 of 666
hi , this mobo support M.2 x4 oke and Samsung SM951 ahci or nvme working no problem?
post #115 of 666
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Originally Posted by Toqi View Post

hi , this mobo support M.2 x4 oke and Samsung SM951 ahci or nvme working no problem?

Look 3 posts above you.
post #116 of 666
Hey guys. I don't want to sound like a newbie; however, I could use some advice or clarification. I've not been able to get Windows 10 to install on my rig. It keeps telling me that the on board VGA (Aspeed crap) is not supported. Do I need to disable the on board graphics via on the motherboard? Where the heck can I upgrade these drivers for Aspeed for this rig.

How did you guys get Windows 10 on the z10ped8-ws?
post #117 of 666

Well i am not using VGA ..installed GPU Nvidia Titan X . VGA was automaticaly disabled in device management

You must have installed a GPU card
Edited by CreativeMedia - 2/15/16 at 8:40am
post #118 of 666
Interesting. For me it stayed enabled... I've disabled it manually but Windows recognizes that it is still there; hence the upgrade can still not occur. I'm tempted to uninstall it completely in device manager. But this is annoying...

GPU card? Yes of course. I have two old but gold ROGUE series GeForce GTX 580s.

When you initially installed your Titan X, did you not need to manually uninstall your onboard graphics or anything? I am assuming that you installed Windows 10 in Windows 8.1?!
Edited by drummerboy26 - 2/15/16 at 8:45am
post #119 of 666
Well ... This happens when you update from Windows 7 to Windows 10, the same thing happened to me Instal new clean windows 8.1 an update to 10 and will work. Or instal win 10 from start . You can make bootable USB from iso file with RUFUS - https://rufus.akeo.ie/downloads/ .
Edited by CreativeMedia - 2/15/16 at 8:49am
post #120 of 666
I'm planning a build around this motherboard soon, and have a question about PCIE lane usage. I'm planning on plugging in 2 titan Zs as well as a 10G LAN card. Will the m.2 x4 slot retain its functionality or will I be using too many PCIE lanes?
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