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Update:

Borrowed friend's Gigabyte 1070 Gaming Windforce, installed latest driver from Nvidia, no issue.

Ah well, time to upgrade graphics card.
post #342 of 420
Hey guys.

I just got two 2696 v4, previously my Z10PE D-16 WS ran with two 2683 v3 no problem.

Right now, I can't get it to boot with both 2696 V4. It works with one cpu only. My motherboard is produced in early 2015.

Should I ditch the motherboard, and go buy a Supermicro? And if I buy a new Z10PE D-16 WS, is that safe to assume it will work?
post #343 of 420
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Originally Posted by moblawski View Post

Hey guys.

I just got two 2696 v4, previously my Z10PE D-16 WS ran with two 2683 v3 no problem.

Right now, I can't get it to boot with both 2696 V4. It works with one cpu only. My motherboard is produced in early 2015.

Should I ditch the motherboard, and go buy a Supermicro? And if I buy a new Z10PE D-16 WS, is that safe to assume it will work?
Have you flashed the latest bios?
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Have you flashed the latest bios?

You bet. 3407. Correction to motherboard build date = "Your motherboard was produced back in 2014."
Edited by moblawski - 9/21/17 at 11:51am
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You bet. 3407.
That's pretty odd... I had 2 2690 v4s in there for a while with no issue....

You checked orientation, seating and that both chips function on their own? Power cables, etc... ?
post #346 of 420
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Originally Posted by cekim View Post

That's pretty odd... I had 2 2690 v4s in there for a while with no issue....

You checked orientation, seating and that both chips function on their own? Power cables, etc... ?

Yes! Everything is checked. Replugging both 2683 v3 makes it boot just fine. But I read somewhere (servethehome) that Z10PE-D16 WS produced before march 2015, doesn't work with V4s. So I guess I'm out of luck.

Both chips works in Socket 1. I did testing with trying each. But none of them work in socket 2, and they defn dont work together.
Edited by moblawski - 9/21/17 at 12:21pm
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Originally Posted by moblawski View Post

Yes! Everything is checked. Replugging both 2683 v3 makes it boot just fine. But I read somewhere (servethehome) that Z10PE-D16 WS produced before march 2015, doesn't work with V4s. So I guess I'm out of luck.

Both chips works in Socket 1. I did testing with trying each. But none of them work in socket 2, and they defn dont work together.
Oh ugh, I see that...

Have you contacted Asus?
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Originally Posted by cekim View Post

Oh ugh, I see that...

Have you contacted Asus?

No I'm way out of warrenty, and I have no invoice, since I bought second hand. But I have juust ordered a second new Z10PE D16 WS motherboard. Just have to keep my fingers crossed, that this one is produced after nov. 2015, stupid asus....
Edited by moblawski - 9/26/17 at 6:28am
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Hello everyone, I just joined this great forum after doing a long search for info about building a system around this motherboard. I received the board today and had the pleasure of taking it out of the box a few minutes ago! What fun and such a large board.

I have an In Win 509 case on the way and a 850 watt power supply also in the mail.

I will use this system for Hyper V.

Question.
What is the best bang for the buck cpu that I should consider? I see that a lot of you use the 2683 V3 chip.

I don't need more than 64 gigs of ram at the moment. I will get 8x 8gb RDIMMs.

Anything I should look out for before I get started?

Thanks

Dwight
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Originally Posted by Astrophotos View Post

Hello everyone, I just joined this great forum after doing a long search for info about building a system around this motherboard. I received the board today and had the pleasure of taking it out of the box a few minutes ago! What fun and such a large board.

I have an In Win 509 case on the way and a 850 watt power supply also in the mail.

I will use this system for Hyper V.

Question.
What is the best bang for the buck cpu that I should consider? I see that a lot of you use the 2683 V3 chip.

I don't need more than 64 gigs of ram at the moment. I will get 8x 8gb RDIMMs.

Anything I should look out for before I get started?

Thanks

Dwight

Congratz on your new board wink.gif

I hope the PSU in your mailbox, has the required 2xEPS connectors for CPU.

The best bang-for-buck is 2670 V1. But that's not relevant in your case.

I've got two 2683 v3s oems, with tubo unlock "hack" (I've got everything needed bios and efi) It's the best bang-for-buck. 3700 Cinebench R15 score, and 38.000 Multi-score CPU-Z.
Im selling these two, I've got a new board coming tomorrow, and hopefully my new 2696 v4 works just fine on that one. There are numerous v3s out there, I did not dare to try ES samples, but I've read a bunch that does work. ES processors change the buying perspective quite a bit, but their tubo-bins are also very different from oems or retails.
Edited by moblawski - 9/26/17 at 1:34pm
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