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post #391 of 670
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Originally Posted by Smithy7o6 View Post

My understanding is that 99% of registered buffer is ecc so i always use ecc as just to refer to as ecc is more of comon practice and understanding. i wanted more aesthetically pleasing over function for my self hence the question but ill have to get some heatsinks also might be interested in the ram im based in uk though

But it's not the same the other way around. Plenty of ECC RAM is not registered and won't work here.
post #392 of 670
hi! I have just bought one of this fantastic motherboards (but in the d16 version) smile.gif but I cannot make the m.2 slot works at x4 speed with the Samsung 950 Pro 512gb :mad:I installed the nvme drivers from samsung's site and it´s still not working at x4, the read speed is about 860 only mad.gif Could you help me please? frown.gif

Thanks and sorry for my poor english
post #393 of 670
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Originally Posted by sacrosman View Post

Two tips for perfect working V4 xeons.

From Asus: "The board requires the latest version of BIOS and also an update of a chip on the board for correct functionality with v4 CPUs. The update of the chip can be done only in ASUS Service Center."

From PugetSystems: "The Z10PE-D8 WS works fine with the v4 processors... as long as it was manufactured after October of 2015. Regardless of the BIOS version installed, if the board is older than that it will not work with the new processors. We've run into this once, but Asus had warned us about it. I have been told that the only solution is to send the board back to them (Asus) to be updated."

Past week i sent my mb to Asus service center, this was repaired but i dont have yet, its travelling to Chile, will post the results .

hi again!

I recently got the MB from Asus, and now its works perfectly with Two 2699v4 , and now i have to say the true, Both are Engieniering Samples jajaja, it's so beauty.

Regards!
post #394 of 670
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Originally Posted by nullReal View Post

hi! I have just bought one of this fantastic motherboards (but in the d16 version) smile.gif but I cannot make the m.2 slot works at x4 speed with the Samsung 950 Pro 512gb :mad:I installed the nvme drivers from samsung's site and it´s still not working at x4, the read speed is about 860 only mad.gif Could you help me please? frown.gif

Thanks and sorry for my poor english

I've got the same issue only with a bit worse results (690 write, 750 read). It works perfectly if I install it into an adapter in a regular Pcie slot but in the M.2 slot it gets half speed. (thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif)

Wish I could help ya, sorry :/
post #395 of 670
Following some reports from other users about the m.2 mount being slow, have you done any comparison in applications such as AS SSD or CrystalDiskMark between the two mounting options and if so, how did they compare?

Thanks.
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Originally Posted by smithft View Post

Raminux I had no issues installing a samsung 950 pro M.2 into the M.2 slot. I bought the adapter card to install it in the pcie slot if I ran into problems but did not need it as it worked fine in the M.2 slot. The migration software worked fine and I was up and running quickly. If you look on this board some had reported some problems early on but the newest bios update seemed to solve any issues. I would say however that qualitatively I have not seen a tremendous benefit from the 950 pro compared to the ssd I was running previously but this may depend on the type of work you do
post #396 of 670
This is what I am getting from disk mark for the samsung 950 m.2 through the M.2 connection. These are somewhat slower than other posted benchmarks than what I have seen posted. For example here
http://www.legitreviews.com/samsung-ssd-950-pro-512gb-nvme-pcie-ssd-review_174096/4

My results:
crystal
CrystalDiskMark 5.1.2 x64 (C) 2007-2016 hiyohiyo
Crystal Dew World : http://crystalmark.info/
* MB/s = 1,000,000 bytes/s [SATA/600 = 600,000,000 bytes/s]
* KB = 1000 bytes, KiB = 1024 bytes

Sequential Read (Q= 32,T= 1) : 1950.656 MB/s
Sequential Write (Q= 32,T= 1) : 936.303 MB/s
Random Read 4KiB (Q= 32,T= 1) : 515.441 MB/s [125840.1 IOPS]
Random Write 4KiB (Q= 32,T= 1) : 314.457 MB/s [ 76771.7 IOPS]
Sequential Read (T= 1) : 1710.766 MB/s
Sequential Write (T= 1) : 942.499 MB/s
Random Read 4KiB (Q= 1,T= 1) : 47.603 MB/s [ 11621.8 IOPS]
Random Write 4KiB (Q= 1,T= 1) : 154.355 MB/s [ 37684.3 IOPS]

Test : 1024 MiB [C: 72.5% (172.8/238.4 GiB)] (x5) [Interval=5 sec]
Date : 2016/07/18 10:17:25
OS : Windows 10 Enterprise [10.0 Build 10240] (x64)
post #397 of 670
Not trying to change subjects too much, but just got a EVGA GTX 1080 FTW up and running. Is there any really good tutorials out there on optimizing the OS and BIOS for multiple CPUs? I have only installed W10P and left it untouched. I ask because I'm getting pretty low scores in my benchmarks. I'm 99% sure its because I'm cpu speed limited as I have 2x2680 v4 (ES) running at all core (14 cores each) turbo of 2.4, single core of 2.7Ghz. I just want to make sure I'm not missing anything here that could speed things up a bit. I haven't had much luck with google on the subject.
post #398 of 670
Not much. Locked is locked. This mobo allows you to OC a little bit, but that won't change the big picture.
post #399 of 670
What kind of numbers are you getting?
post #400 of 670
Hi, not an owner but looking to upgrade from z9pe-d8 ws with some ES v4 from taobao (18-20-22 core). Based in Norway, so can't find a local Asus mobo/commercial service center. My understanding is that pre-October 2015 mobos need to be sent in for non-bios firmware upgrades. Is there anyway of finding out manufacture date on the mobo before online purchase? Obviously would be better to have updated mobo (buying new) as opposed to rigamorole of sending in for the firmware update. Any ideas? Or has everyone here had to send in for update?

thanks in advance thumb.gif
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