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post #7841 of 7856 (permalink) Old 05-22-2019, 06:09 PM
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Wondering if someone could help me understand whats happening. I have a RVE10, I've had it since very shortly after launch, a month ago one of my USB3 ports died on the board and now just 2 days ago one of my sata ports died. I have booted with bios defaults just incase it was something I messed up in bios and it didn't fix the issue so it seems clear my board is slowly dying. My question is, is this just hardware failing? Or is there one of the voltages that could have fried it ?

Lastly if it does completely die, is it worth trying to get my hands on another x99 board to salvage the system or just moving to z390 and a 9900k ?
Just move on to a Z390 but I wouldn't trust the PSU.

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Just move on to a Z390 but I wouldn't trust the PSU.
PSU is new. The USB port died before putting in the new PSU

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PSU is new. The USB port died before putting in the new PSU
Then ok then. Maybe you had a bad motherboard.

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I have had motherboards crap out USB and I/O ports, that came back alive after a good cleaning.


Dust can sometimes get conductive and mess with things.


I was fairly lazy, and just dumped a bunch of 70% rubbing alcohol over the board (dont use 90+%), very lightly scrubbed some with a SOFT brush, rinsed it with distilled water, and used a heat gun on LOW to air dry it rather slowly. Probably took me 20 minutes of shaking the board, and flipping it over a few times here and there.



CMOS battery was not installed of course.



The board I did it on was from a spare computer that was absolutely disgusting (good ol cheap craigslist finds), but it did completely refresh the board. Was an old AM2 AMD board. Overclocking improved on it. I think it was an old phenom cpu that before topped out around 2.8ghz, and after cleaning was able to hit just under 3ghz (I think it was a 1.8ghz or 2ghz chip originally)





Perhaps a good cleaning is in your future?
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Cleaning is a consideration I can make, but to be fair the board is only 2 years old (or is it 3?) and its been in a clean case with dust filters its entire life, I can understand that being an issue on old systems or in dirty cases. The only voltage I can think of with the potential to fry it would be the pch which has been at stock its whole life. I wouldn't have expected an $800 board to just start failing at 2 years old when it hasn't been abused.

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I have dust filters in my case and positive air pressure, still gets dusty. I assume its because the case sits over carpet.


Could try HWinfo64 and see if any temp readings are goofy or higher than normal.


a hot PCH can do weird crap, as can hot VRM's. The VRM's also heat soak the circuit board itself near the I/O
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Everything here looks ok, maybe you see something I have overlooked ? This was loaded up immediately after exiting a game too
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Everything here looks ok, maybe you see something I have overlooked ? This was loaded up immediately after exiting a game too
Hi,
Only item I believe is way over what should be needed is core voltage for your clock of 4.3
You show it's pulling a max voltage of 1.34v+- that's whack :/

All other voltages look okay although for 3200MHz memory the dram voltage is max 1.4v+- not sure that's needed either but I haven't looked at what your ram is you could be oc'ing it to get 3200 and needed more dimm voltage ?

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Hi,
Only item I believe is way over what should be needed is core voltage for your clock of 4.3
You show it's pulling a max voltage of 1.34v+- that's whack :/

All other voltages look okay although for 3200MHz memory the dram voltage is max 1.4v+- not sure that's needed either but I haven't looked at what your ram is you could be oc'ing it to get 3200 and needed more dimm voltage ?
Its just a turd of an overclocker unfortunately. 1.34 is what it takes to pass 20 runs of linpack. DRAM is a 3200 kit but I have tightened the timings quite a lot so thats why its at 1.4

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Its just a turd of an overclocker unfortunately. 1.34 is what it takes to pass 20 runs of linpack. DRAM is a 3200 kit but I have tightened the timings quite a lot so thats why its at 1.4
Hi,
Are you using any digi settings like llc or current cpu capability options pasted default ?

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