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post #1641 of 1960
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An update have a new cpu, ram, 7 fans, new case and water cooling. They refused to swap my motherboard for a new one saying I bent the pins so i have to fork out another $400 for a new one, apparently Asus will not replace it because of that. mad.gif I not a f****n tool who would bend hes pin this motherboard came with scratches on it also on the Asus maximus 7 led part, they knew they sold me this motherboard after someone else returned it and got away with the bent pins, further more the bios settings on initial setup had the voltages customly made, DDR4 ram @ 1.5 when stock ram setting are 1.35v at max I'm gonna go rant on the Asus website. I know I cant prove it . Even when replacing my cpu the guy gave me speech saying hes been in the industry for 20 years and cpu's never fail qoute, "They keep top 60% throw the others away cpu never fail". But he was kind enough to swap it out for me the following day is when I had the motherboard issues had to go to another msy store as I bought it from there and the ram.


The PC works and it freezes randomly and instantly if I run something like core temp but I can run speccy fine and maybe cpu-z gonna get a asrock motherboard instead and send this one to Asus if they ask me for money to replace the pins Ive got no choice but to try fight it, I have witness to motherboard scratches. I never noticed the the bent pins before the **** computers guy today pointed it out saying it will take 6 weeks if they fix it. I cant do that I use my PC for online studies and gaming to keep myself busy.

Also any advice on how to deal with Asus on this issue? And would it be stupid to attempt a reformat with this broken motherboard?

If you can find someone @ asus to take it on personaly they can take care of things. I have had things done that asus said they could not do. Fact is ASUS is now and has been for a few years now the worst company to deal with if anything ever gos wrong i have had them strait up lie to me and tell me that my cpu pins were bent on my board when they were not (good thing i had a pic to prove it) they are strait up shady nasty company. IMO asrock has best bios for overclocking atm. Altho i have also seen MSI boards do very well as well but they are a bit quirky some times. Anyways good luck hope you can get your issues resolved. And posting on the forums may help since asus is a company that wants to protect its image posting publicly could help you out.
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post #1642 of 1960
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If you can find someone @ asus to take it on personaly they can take care of things. I have had things done that asus said they could not do. Fact is ASUS is now and has been for a few years now the worst company to deal with if anything ever gos wrong i have had them strait up lie to me and tell me that my cpu pins were bent on my board when they were not (good thing i had a pic to prove it) they are strait up shady nasty company. IMO asrock has best bios for overclocking atm. Altho i have also seen MSI boards do very well as well but they are a bit quirky some times. Anyways good luck hope you can get your issues resolved. And posting on the forums may help since asus is a company that wants to protect its image posting publicly could help you out.

I've personally only ever had great experience with asus support here in the uk anyway. Couple of RMA'd boards, GPU's and monitor going back 10 years.

Corsair and EVGA are also very good to deal with.


In fact Corsair even replaced my last K70 mech keyboard 2 months out of warrenty and give me the new upgraded one free of charge! (little bit of tangent there i know, just wanted to say!)

I usually stick with a company until I get my fingers burnt.
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post #1643 of 1960
That's my plan to post this on the Asus forums I'm still waiting forum approval after three days, sent their registration admin a email, as for the scratches I decided to look past it and ignore it that said even If I immediately return the motherboard those bent pins would of been a issue, I will never buy PC parts again without checking them, I even recall the guy who rejected the return offering me to look at the motherboard before purchase, I have bought my gtx970 from them and my old pc case so I was comfortable with not checking, broke my own rule to never really trust anyone or anything when it comes these type of things I guess the idea of returning broken stuff made me comfortable.

Asrock is the next board I'm getting Ive always used gigabyte but I haven't seen anything I like in their lga1151 range, I'm willing to pay $400 at max I want a quality motherboard that will allow to me sli or crossfire six months from now. I'm located in Australia so if you know someone personally from Asus that would be amazing. I will be personally returning the board to them once I get my chance to let my gun off on their forums.
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post #1644 of 1960
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157649

best of the best imo from asrock 230$ is pretty ok on price not sure how much it would be for you tho. I really dont feel like a top end mother board is needed at all for overclocking these cpus' they just dont require that high of current flow to need the added power phases unless you are using ln2. So might be best to just buy on features that you want / need rather than spending the most money as possible to "have the best".
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post #1645 of 1960
Got my new setup running! so I guess that makes me an official skylake owner now!
http://valid.x86.fr/wyiem1
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post #1646 of 1960
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Hey guys, Are these good or standard overclock for i7-6700k?
4.5Ghz at 1.215V


4.7Ghz at 1.32V

Uhhhhhhhh, no... doh.gif You should run more reps, 100 or so, at Very High and then Maximum, to check for stability.

Keep an eye on your temps, there are other stress programs that you could also use... I believe that IBT, is a very good one, if used to really to stress your CPU... 5 reps won't prove much... biggrin.gif
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Got my new setup running! so I guess that makes me an official skylake owner now!
http://valid.x86.fr/wyiem1

Welcome to the club! Also, nice OC! Is your CPU cooling on air or water?
Edited by StealthKatana - 2/13/16 at 11:55am
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post #1648 of 1960
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The PC works and it freezes randomly and instantly if I run something like core temp but I can run speccy fine and maybe cpu-z gonna get a asrock motherboard instead and send this one to Asus if they ask me for money to replace the pins Ive got no choice but to try fight it, I have witness to motherboard scratches. I never noticed the the bent pins before the **** computers guy today pointed it out saying it will take 6 weeks if they fix it. I cant do that I use my PC for online studies and gaming to keep myself busy.

Also any advice on how to deal with Asus on this issue? And would it be stupid to attempt a reformat with this broken motherboard?

I found that, at least lately, that ASUS Service is pretty good... I had a similar situation, with bent socket pins. Only thing is that I bent them when removing the CPU from the socket.. The thing slipped out of my fingers, and a corner of the CPU banged up some pins... I sent it in on RMA, explained what happened, and it took a little over two weeks, to get it back! Of coarse I had to pay for my clumsiness... doh.gif

I had another instance, where all I could get, out of the board, was Q-Code "00" and immediate shutdown...
I RMA'd and got the board back, repaired properly, in a little less than three weeks... For Free! These were two different boards... biggrin.gif
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post #1649 of 1960
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Got my new setup running! so I guess that makes me an official skylake owner now!
http://valid.x86.fr/wyiem1

Welcome to the club! Also, nice OC! Is your CPU cooling on air or water?

It's on water using a silverstone td02-lite.

I'm trying for higher. 4.6ghz@1.320v right now. Haven't tested it in OCCT but it's running good in games. Temps with the fans on low are getting around 65c
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post #1650 of 1960
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I found that, at least lately, that ASUS Service is pretty good... I had a similar situation, with bent socket pins. Only thing is that I bent them when removing the CPU from the socket.. The thing slipped out of my fingers, and a corner of the CPU banged up some pins... I sent it in on RMA, explained what happened, and it took a little over two weeks, to get it back! Of coarse I had to pay for my clumsiness... doh.gif

I had another instance, where all I could get, out of the board, was Q-Code "00" and immediate shutdown...
I RMA'd and got the board back, repaired properly, in a little less than three weeks... For Free! These were two different boards... biggrin.gif

I gotta wait and see how things go when I return the board face to face. Gonna get the http://www.gigabyte.com.au/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5481#ov gigabyte has always been amazing for me, I just reformatted gonna run stress tests again consider a ssd drive does that motherboard support ssd drives?
Edited by Ark-07 - 2/13/16 at 11:32pm
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