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Got a pair of V4 processors installed and system won't boot for nothing.I think it is incompatible with V4's.Motherboard was manufactured back in Q4/2014. Should have stuck with the Supermicro X10DAX that I started out with.frown.gif
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Originally Posted by BrotherBeast View Post

Got a pair of V4 processors installed and system won't boot for nothing.I think it is incompatible with V4's.Motherboard was manufactured back in Q4/2014. Should have stuck with the Supermicro X10DAX that I started out with.frown.gif

Your BIOS is probably an old version. You may need to update it before using v4 cpu7s.
post #63 of 415
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Got a pair of V4 processors installed and system won't boot for nothing.I think it is incompatible with V4's.Motherboard was manufactured back in Q4/2014. Should have stuck with the Supermicro X10DAX that I started out with.frown.gif
As Raminux says - if the bios hasn't been updated, it may not boot at all. That was what I saw with mine. Use flashback to update the bios to the latest since you won't be able to use ezflash (as you can't get into the bios via keyboard/mouse/vga).

The .CAP naming required differed in the manual and on the web page. I ultimately copied it to both the requested .CAP names.

Put the USB in, hold the flashback button until it lights up and then wait (a while) for it to go out.

Just in case you tried, you also need ECC memory or it will hang (68 bios code? don't recall at the moment). Even with a single processor, the board won't boot.
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As Raminux says - if the bios hasn't been updated, it may not boot at all. That was what I saw with mine. Use flashback to update the bios to the latest since you won't be able to use ezflash (as you can't get into the bios via keyboard/mouse/vga).

The .CAP naming required differed in the manual and on the web page. I ultimately copied it to both the requested .CAP names.

Put the USB in, hold the flashback button until it lights up and then wait (a while) for it to go out.

Just in case you tried, you also need ECC memory or it will hang (68 bios code? don't recall at the moment). Even with a single processor, the board won't boot.

I updated to 3204 before selling my V3's.One thing I noticed was a blinking green led ar the lower left side of the motherboard.I couldn't exactly tell which one due to the stack of pci-e cards I had installed but it could be the bmc chip.Not certain though.At work now will check later.
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I updated to 3204 before selling my V3's.One thing I noticed was a blinking green led ar the lower left side of the motherboard.I couldn't exactly tell which one due to the stack of pci-e cards I had installed but it could be the bmc chip.Not certain though.At work now will check later.
If it blinks continually, then I believe that's the BMC LED. As long as the BMC enable jumper is on, then it will be solid for about a minute after first PSU switch on and then it blinks forever...

A Q-codes?
post #66 of 415
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If it blinks continually, then I believe that's the BMC LED. As long as the BMC enable jumper is on, then it will be solid for about a minute after first PSU switch on and then it blinks forever...

A Q-codes?

No q-codes.System won't boot up.Only activity is bmc led blinking and onboard power/reset buttons are lit.That's all.Contacted ASUS and no reply.Might have to snag a Supermicro board or a cheap V3 to see what's really up.
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No q-codes.System won't boot up.Only activity is bmc led blinking and onboard power/reset buttons are lit.That's all.Contacted ASUS and no reply.Might have to snag a Supermicro board or a cheap V3 to see what's really up.
What memory are you using in what slots?
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What memory are you using in what slots?
Sammy reg ecc in gray slots.
post #69 of 415
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Sammy reg ecc in gray slots.
hmm, well, sounds like you've covered the obvious stuff (assuming you've cleared cmos/pulled the battery, hit the button, performed ritual sacrifice to the bios gods) at this point, that stinks...
post #70 of 415
Shouldn't be:
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Z10PE-D16 WS

The following table shows the supported CPUs for this motherboard Click here to search other motherboards.
CPU Validated since PCB Validated since BIOS Note
E5-2603 V4(1.70GHz,85W,L3:15MB,6C) 3204GO
E5-2609 V4(1.70GHz,85W,L3:20MB,8C) 3204GO
E5-2620 V4(2.10GHz,85W,L3:20M,8C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2623 V4(2.60GHz,85W,L3:10M,4C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2630 V4(2.20GHz,85W,L3:25M,10C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2637 V4(3.50GHz,135W,L3:15M,4C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2640 V4(2.40GHz,90W,L3:25M,10C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2643 V4(3.40GHz,135W,L3:20M,6C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2650 V4(2.20GHz,105W,L3:30M,12C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2650L V4(1.70GHz,65W,L3:35M,14C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2660 V4(2.00GHz,105W,L3:35M,14C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2680 V4(2.40GHz,120W,L3:35M,14C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2683 V4(2.10GHz,120W,L3:40M,16C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2687W V4(3.00GHz,160W,L3:30M,12C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2689 V4 (3.1G,165W,L3:25M,10C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2690 V4(2.60GHz,135W,L3:35M,14C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2695 V4(2.10GHz,120W,L3:45M,18C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2697 V4(2.30GHz,145W,L3:45M,18C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2697A V4(2.60G,145W,L3:40M,16C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2698 V4(2.20G,135W,L3:50M,20C,HT) 3204GO
E5-2699 V4(2.20G,145W,L3:55M,22C,HT) 3204GO
Intel Xeon E5-2603 v3 (1.6G,85W,L3:15M,6C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2609 v3 (1.9G,85W,L3:15M,6C) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2620 v3 (2.4G,85W,L3:15M,6C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2623 v3 (3.0G,105W,L3:10M,4C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2630 v3 (2.4G,85W,L3:20M,8C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2630L v3 (1.8G,55W,L3:20M,8C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2637 v3 (3.5G,135W,L3:15M,4C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2640 v3 (2.6G,90W,L3:20M,8C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2643 v3 (3.4G,135W,L3:20M,6C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2650 v3 (2.3G,105W,L3:25M,10C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2650L v3 (1.8G,65W,L3:30M,12C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2660 v3 (2.6G,105W,L3:25M,10C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2667 v3 (3.2G,135W,L3:20M,8C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2670 v3 (2.3G,120W,L3:30M,12C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2680 v3 (2.5G,120W,L3:30M,12C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2683 v3 (2.0G,120W,L3:35M,14C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2685 v3 (2.6G,120W,L3:30M,12C) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2687W v3 (3.1G,160W,L3:25M,10C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2690 v3 (2.6G,135W,L3:30M,12C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2695 v3 (2.3G,120W,L3:35M,14C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2697 v3 (2.6G,145W,L3:35M,14C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2698 v3 (2.3G,135W,L3:40M,16C,HT) 0501GO
Intel Xeon E5-2699 v3 (2.3G,145W,L3:45M,18C,HT) 0501GO

Are they legit v4s or ES/QS?
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