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yeah i used the separate tool that asus provided to update the bios, even tried down grading to an older version just to see if i could get it to work. my board does not have a mem ok button on it unfortunately.
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Which one of the two choices would you buy?



Did anyone order one of the ES samples? Im 100% tempted. Iv also thought hell with it im going 8700k because ~$400 bucks for the 5775c was just to much. but 300. Try it out and wait for the 9700k or 8770k if they make it and do 8 cores like the rumors say. Anyways ya anyone order from ali?
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hey guys, just picked up my 5775 unfortunately it seems like i got a lemon? i updated the bios with the asus updater tool, installed the management engine from asus's support website for my motherboard and attempted to boot but the cpu gets stuck at the memory led while posting. my old cpu seems to work just fine with any of the two sets of memory that i have but the 5775 gets stuck in any slot used, no beep code either. does anyone have any advice on anything i might be missing or could try to troubleshoot this issue?
try to re seat the cpu in the socket.
i had same issue after some insane ram oc,and i think my bios got corrupted or something cuz my mobo will not detect any ram.so i took some ram sticks out and it worked,but i found out that 2 ram slots near the cpu wouldn't work,would get code 55.
so i had to re seat the cpu and apply more pressure on the waterblock,screw the screws even more and now all ram slots work fine.
    
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yeah i used the separate tool that asus provided to update the bios, even tried down grading to an older version just to see if i could get it to work. my board does not have a mem ok button on it unfortunately.

Another thing to try. Mount the 5775c, remove all sticks of RAM and reset the bios using the jumper AND pull the cmos battery for good measure. Then attempt to start with the ram removed. You should get an error. Then incert 2 sticks only. Power off and try to start that way. If it’s not the chip (highly unlikely to be just dead) though anything is possible it’s likely the ram profiles not matching up. I’m not certain if attempting to start without ram incerted, followed by starting with 2 sticks only will trip a mem check on the board, but going from my 4790k to the 5775c required me to press the mem ok button in order to have it do something. It wouldn’t start otherwise.

My friends Gigabyte Gaming 5, would not run the chip at all even all even on the latest bios. You’re on an Asus board (surprised by the lack of reset/ start men test buttons) so you should be good board wise. Something is not allowing the two to make a match.

Otherwise, as you i suspect it may be the CPU, but the chances of that are so abysmal low that it’s very unlikely to be dead. Wish you had a friend or another z97 board to try.

Also, which if any of the fault LEDs that your board does have light up if any?
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try to re seat the cpu in the socket.
i had same issue after some insane ram oc,and i think my bios got corrupted or something cuz my mobo will not detect any ram.so i took some ram sticks out and it worked,but i found out that 2 ram slots near the cpu wouldn't work,would get code 55.
so i had to re seat the cpu and apply more pressure on the waterblock,screw the screws even more and now all ram slots work fine.

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Another thing to try. Mount the 5775c, remove all sticks of RAM and reset the bios using the jumper AND pull the cmos battery for good measure. Then attempt to start with the ram removed. You should get an error. Then incert 2 sticks only. Power off and try to start that way. If it’s not the chip (highly unlikely to be just dead) though anything is possible it’s likely the ram profiles not matching up. I’m not certain if attempting to start without ram incerted, followed by starting with 2 sticks only will trip a mem check on the board, but going from my 4790k to the 5775c required me to press the mem ok button in order to have it do something. It wouldn’t start otherwise.

My friends Gigabyte Gaming 5, would not run the chip at all even all even on the latest bios. You’re on an Asus board (surprised by the lack of reset/ start men test buttons) so you should be good board wise. Something is not allowing the two to make a match.

Otherwise, as you i suspect it may be the CPU, but the chances of that are so abysmal low that it’s very unlikely to be dead. Wish you had a friend or another z97 board to try.

Also, which if any of the fault LEDs that your board does have light up if any?

tried both of those suggestions, no dice. i found a random old stick of DDR3, a corsair dominator stick from the nehalem days 1.65v and tried using that just to see if it was either one of my kits being weird, same issue persists with it. im starting to highly suspect that its the board not the cpu causing the issues about 70%/30% at this point. as soon as i drop my 4690k back in the socket everything boots fine without any issue except it cycles twice with its post sequence when i put the haswell chip back in which is strange to me.

I'm thinking about just buying another board to test that final factor to really see if it is the cpu causing the issues, something with a mem OK button on it this time around.
I also made a short youtube video documenting the issue if anyone is interested in wasting 15 minutes of their life rolleyes.gif
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tried both of those suggestions, no dice. i found a random old stick of DDR3, a corsair dominator stick from the nehalem days 1.65v and tried using that just to see if it was either one of my kits being weird, same issue persists with it. im starting to highly suspect that its the board not the cpu causing the issues about 70%/30% at this point. as soon as i drop my 4690k back in the socket everything boots fine without any issue except it cycles twice with its post sequence when i put the haswell chip back in which is strange to me.

I'm thinking about just buying another board to test that final factor to really see if it is the cpu causing the issues, something with a mem OK button on it this time around.
I also made a short youtube video documenting the issue if anyone is interested in wasting 15 minutes of their life rolleyes.gif
in my opinion,the cpu is dead.you updated the bios and works fine with older cpu.with the 5775c simply looks dead.
try to send it back and get a new one.
    
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tried both of those suggestions, no dice. i found a random old stick of DDR3, a corsair dominator stick from the nehalem days 1.65v and tried using that just to see if it was either one of my kits being weird, same issue persists with it. im starting to highly suspect that its the board not the cpu causing the issues about 70%/30% at this point. as soon as i drop my 4690k back in the socket everything boots fine without any issue except it cycles twice with its post sequence when i put the haswell chip back in which is strange to me.

I'm thinking about just buying another board to test that final factor to really see if it is the cpu causing the issues, something with a mem OK button on it this time around.
I also made a short youtube video documenting the issue if anyone is interested in wasting 15 minutes of their life rolleyes.gif

Unless you got another board to try it in, it's probably dead.

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Welp got me a 960 evo m.2 drive today for the 5775c/z97 hero. Found out the hard way we only get pcie 2.0 x2 speeds on the z97 chipset mad.gif I guess i'll just be happy with my 900MBps read and write speeds until the day i put the ol 5775c to rest and get a newer chipset and really unleash the speeds of the 960 evo.
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Welp got me a 960 evo m.2 drive today for the 5775c/z97 hero. Found out the hard way we only get pcie 2.0 x2 speeds on the z97 chipset mad.gif I guess i'll just be happy with my 900MBps read and write speeds until the day i put the ol 5775c to rest and get a newer chipset and really unleash the speeds of the 960 evo.

That's exactly how I felt when I got my NVMe drive for my Maximus VII Gene and when I had it, a X99 UD4 (Now somewhere that I'll never know).  sadsmiley.gif

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