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Thanks for the link. I thought it could have been thermal paste too, but I just recently replaced the tubing on my Predator with some clear stuff and the spread of thermal paste was good. I'm thinking it is other auto voltage settings, but there are heaps!

Voltages on Auto can be dangerously high, especially if you have your CPU ratio set high.

I'd seriously look into others BIOS settings and manually set them. Getting 90C at 1.15v on CPU isn't good at all. frown.gif
    
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Certainly agree, found some more info on cache ratio that could help and I'll run a stress test to get the max voltages used (which should be excess to what's required) and plug the manual values into the BIOS.
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Hi im new here and would like to join the club. im using Asus Sabertooth z170 Mark 1. My Rig! (Click to show)
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post #1584 of 1591
So my ASUS Sabertooth X79 MoBo didn´t POST and I send it for RMA and few days later they emailed me....

CID code CID Description
CID01 Pins inside the socket are damaged
CID02 Heat sink paste in CPU socket
CID03 Missing Component
CID04 Damaged Components by customer
CID05 PCB Traces Scratched
CID06 PCB Broken
CID07 PCB Oxidation (component Oxidation)
CID08 PCB Dirty
CID09 PCB Burned by short on USB port
CID10 PCB Burned by short on CHASIS_FAN
CID11 PCB Burned by short on 1394 port
CID12 PCB Burned high voltage on LAN connector
CID13 PCB Burned because customer screw too much and short PCB
CID14 PCI-E card was not installed properly
CID15 Broken Warranty label
CID18 PCB Deflect / bad mounting by customer
CID19 Unauthorized repair
CID20 PCB damaged by customer
CID21 All chips destroyed by high voltage from power or conector

that´s insane...mad.gif

what am I goint to do with my CPU and RAM? I could only buy a used X79 or I have to change to a new system...
post #1585 of 1591
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So my ASUS Sabertooth X79 MoBo didn´t POST and I send it for RMA and few days later they emailed me....

CID code CID Description
CID01 Pins inside the socket are damaged
CID02 Heat sink paste in CPU socket
CID03 Missing Component
CID04 Damaged Components by customer
CID05 PCB Traces Scratched
CID06 PCB Broken
CID07 PCB Oxidation (component Oxidation)
CID08 PCB Dirty
CID09 PCB Burned by short on USB port
CID10 PCB Burned by short on CHASIS_FAN
CID11 PCB Burned by short on 1394 port
CID12 PCB Burned high voltage on LAN connector
CID13 PCB Burned because customer screw too much and short PCB
CID14 PCI-E card was not installed properly
CID15 Broken Warranty label
CID18 PCB Deflect / bad mounting by customer
CID19 Unauthorized repair
CID20 PCB damaged by customer
CID21 All chips destroyed by high voltage from power or conector

that´s insane...mad.gif

what am I goint to do with my CPU and RAM? I could only buy a used X79 or I have to change to a new system...

Shouldn't of went with ASUS. It's fairly well known on the internet that they actively deny warranty claims, or send broken products back to customers when sent for RMA, or otherwise completely lie out their arse about warranty repairs. I'm honestly a bit shocked they would of even accepted your request to let you send it back in the first place..... usually no one even gets that far.

^All of that said.. I do personally own an Asus P67 Sabertooth, and right now while it still works, it's a great board and I love it. But it was given to me free. If I was spending my own money and actually had a choice, I'd never spend a dime (or recommend anyone else either for that matter) on anything Asus.
Edited by kithylin - 3/30/17 at 2:54am
post #1586 of 1591
duuuuude you abused that motherboard LOL

jk, i don't think you actively did any of that.
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CID21 All chips destroyed by high voltage from power or conector

what would they say about my board?

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Shouldn't of went with ASUS. It's fairly well known on the internet that they actively deny warranty claims, or send broken products back to customers when sent for RMA, or otherwise completely lie out their arse about warranty repairs. I'm honestly a bit shocked they would of even accepted your request to let you send it back in the first place..... usually no one even gets that far.

^All of that said.. I do personally own an Asus P67 Sabertooth, and right now while it still works, it's a great board and I love it. But it was given to me free. If I was spending my own money and actually had a choice, I'd never spend a dime (or recommend anyone else either for that matter) on anything Asus.

I am actually preparing a hughe complaint there are a lot of lies and unlogical arguments. Wish me good luck..
I know exactly that they dont have any 2011 MoBos or want to pay my money back. Therefore they say "its your fault. you have destroyed your mobo" lol
post #1588 of 1591
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I am actually preparing a hughe complaint there are a lot of lies and unlogical arguments. Wish me good luck..
I know exactly that they dont have any 2011 MoBos or want to pay my money back. Therefore they say "its your fault. you have destroyed your mobo" lol

It's sad that we have to do this these days but you should of photographed it before packing it up and sending it off to prove you didn't do that.
post #1589 of 1591
Now I am using a Gigabyte X79 UD3 MoBo. Its sooo hard to find a 2011 Mobo!! I´m glad to caught one. I got it for 145€, better than nothing smile.gif and I breaked up watercooling. I lost two GTX780 & a expensive Mobo....mad.gif

and btw
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duuuuude you abused that motherboard LOL

jk, i don't think you actively did any of that.
what would they say about my board?


what are you doing on ubuntu ? biggrin.gif
post #1590 of 1591
Scored what it looks like a new-open box ASUS X79 Sabertooth for $150, will be putting an old 3930k for cheap $70-$80 from my buddy. Was gonna be a really cheap upgrade but now I found my Antec 920 Kuhler doesn't have a 2011 bracket and I'll have to buy a new cpu cooler frown.gif
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