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post #41 of 11565 (permalink) Old 08-31-2015, 11:00 AM
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So I increased the system agent to 1.20 and the VCCIO to 1.15 and it seems to have done the trick.

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It would be extremely helpfull if someone could make an ISO availabe with NIC drivers embedded and maybe even the stressapp test installed as well.
I got as far as booting mint from an USB drive...but no internet connectivity and no Linux knowledge makes this a bit hard to deal with. redface.gif

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Mint has embedded drivers that work on the Intel NICs of ASUS boards - works fine on my side.

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Mint has embedded drivers that work on the Intel NICs of ASUS boards - works fine on my side.

I have a Hero VIII, so i should be fine i guess....wierdly i dont see any NIC's and it says "no internet connection" maybe just using rufus to create a bootable USB of the Cinnamon 64 bit ISO is not the right way to do it?

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I have a Hero VIII, so i should be fine i guess....wierdly i dont see any NIC's and it says "no internet connection" maybe just using rufus to create a bootable USB of the Cinnamon 64 bit ISO is not the right way to do it?

I install to a hard drive and plug in the ethernet cable. That works for me.

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I also have problems with the internet connection, i used linux 17.2 cinnamon and mate.
Edit: MIII Ranger

There are not so many testresults here.
Should i test my Kingston HyperX Fury DDR4 2666 8GB?
I was reading it has Hynix chips.
I'm planning to overclock it to 3000MHz with 1,35V but i'm not in a hurry myself smile.gif
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I install to a hard drive and plug in the ethernet cable. That works for me.

Ahh ok thanks thumb.gif,
I thought everybody just USB or DVD booted these Linux OS'es...I'll try installing it on a harddrive then.smile.gif

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If you can't get it to work use Windows and HCI instead.

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So I spoke too soon the the voltages seemed to help it post for a bit then got failed posts again. Dropped it down to 2800 from 3000 everything works fine.

I tried Dram voltage from 1.36v to 1.38v
VCCIO from 1.12v-1.20v
SysAgent from 1.12v-1.25v

Manually entered the timings and stuff too. I guess as good as I am going to get on this kit is 2800 even though it was working another board find at 3000. However this board is much better so, I'll take it.

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