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post #15531 of 15620 (permalink) Old 04-26-2019, 01:52 PM
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I'm going to grab a xeon 8 core and probable ECC ram and try if it works, if that work, I think i'm going to swap my 4960x cu for the xeon
FYI, ECC is not required to use the Xeon. Works fine with non-ECC also.

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post #15532 of 15620 (permalink) Old 04-26-2019, 03:58 PM
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What kind of volts are you guys pumping into these xeons?

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i ran my sandy n ivy 30ks @ 1.4 for yearse n years.

both chips are still fully functional, though the 3930k did seem to have some possible degrading after 3 years of abuse, thus why i'd do something silly like buying a 4930k as a 3930k owner.

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post #15534 of 15620 (permalink) Old 04-26-2019, 04:44 PM
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Yeah I've always considered 1.4v max for my 3930k but try to keep things closer or under 1.35v but wasn't sure if things were different for the xeons. All my servers have xeons but not overclockable.

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If you have a decent water block, 1.45v max. On AIR, 1.4v max IMO

Note I am referring to voltage under load factoring vDroop

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Sweet, essentially will treat it like my 3930k then. Have plenty of cooling capacity with the 2 1080s, lol, but will keep things 1.4 and under. Thanks.

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EK Supremacy EVO CPU Block
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I found something common with the random system freezes I have been getting. Updates, and not just Windows updates but also java updates.

Two weeks ago I had several system freezes and then restarts within a few hours, but then I noticed I had a Java update pending. This got me to thinking because I remember seeing update notifications before after rebooting from a system freeze. Last night I had a system freeze and rebooted, then within a few seconds of my system being completely rebooted I had a second system freeze. When I booted up again I immediately checked for updates and there was a Windows Update.

In the past I remember seeing notifications for updates from a few other programs in my system right after rebooting from a system freeze.

So now I am starting to think it is less of a MB issue and more likely a Windows issue.

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Have you replaced the CMOS battery? Sounds like it's dead.
Honestly no, not yet. Planned to when i do some re-working of the current setup.

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Windows 10 WHQL RIVBE Drivers + BIOS (NVME Support & Spectre/Meltdown Mitigation)

Windows 10 WHQL RIVBE OEM INFO/BIOS/DRIVER PACK

4/28/19:

Updated Drivers:
-Asmedia_USB3_1.16.56.1
-Intel_Chipset_10.1.17969.8134
-Intel_LAN_23.5.2
-Intel_RST_Drivers_&_Software_Set_v17.2.6.1027 (Install when SATA is set to RAID mode)
-Intel_RSTe_5.5.0.2012 (Install when SATA is set to AHCI mode)
-Realtek_HDAudio_8688

Updated BIOS:
-CPU Microcode 306E4 IVB-E - 42E (3-14-2019)

Updated Utilities:
-ASUS_AI_Suite3_WIN10_V3.00.51


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Quote: Originally Posted by SparkyBoy006 View Post
Windows 10 WHQL RIVBE OEM INFO/BIOS/DRIVER PACK

4/28/19:

Updated Drivers:
-Asmedia_USB3_1.16.56.1
-Intel_Chipset_10.1.17969.8134
-Intel_LAN_23.5.2
-Intel_RST_Drivers_&_Software_Set_v17.2.6.1027 (Install when SATA is set to RAID mode)
-Intel_RSTe_5.5.0.2012 (Install when SATA is set to AHCI mode)
-Realtek_HDAudio_8688

Updated BIOS:
-CPU Microcode 306E4 IVB-E - 42E (3-14-2019)

Updated Utilities:
-ASUS_AI_Suite3_WIN10_V3.00.51


WARNING: Per Intel instructions, make sure to disable Bitlocker (if you have it enabled) before flashing BIOS with CPU Microcode update! (You can safely re-enable after flashing)

Download the Latest Windows 10 WHQL RIVBE Driver/BIOS/Utility Pack HERE
MD5: d4ae2b6e95da6eacffab9828bf3a70a6
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Initial Release 07/29/15

Change History: Read the included "ReadMe" file for complete history of releases.
Thanks for providing the support! +REP

Since I know others will ask, does this BIOS include NVMe?

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