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post #10791 of 10799 (permalink) Old 06-08-2020, 06:04 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by zoson View Post
Pretty sure that's the USB 2.0 controller, not 3.0. All intel usb 3.0 controllers explicitly say 'usb 3.0' in the description.
Hey Zoson, nice to see you still lurking on this board.

I think there are 2x "external" USB 2.0 ports on the mobo, and 2x USB 2.0 headers on the motherboard.

On my setup:

2x external ports have:
- keyboard
- mouse attached - both visible on the tree in the earlier post

2x internal ports have:
- 2x Corsair link commanders, connected via an internal USB hub visible in tree
- 1x Front panel IO ports, tested where these appear with a usb pen drive

Also, both internal usb 3.0 headers are now accounted for too
- 1x pcie extension plate thing (as above)
- 1x front panel usb 3.0 io ports

I think I have enough USB sticks to plug something into every socket - I might give this a go at some point.

Too much fun, i don't really need to know anymore - but it has got me a little bit obsessed!

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The product brief of the X99 PCH indicates that it supports a maximum of six USB3 ports and fourteen (!) USB2 ports, so if you can't account for all of them, chances are it's one of the port pairs that aren't actually wired to anything from the PCH itself. Given the I/O panel USB ports (10x USB3, 2x USB2) and internal headers (2x USB3 headers, for 4x USB3 ports; 2x USB2 headers, for 4x USB2 ports) a secondary USB3 controller is also present, so it lends support to the idea that they just didn't connect all the possible USB2 controllers electrically.


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Hey guys, which ports should I plug my USBS into for closest to CPU? Don't understand the talk about blue and black ports?
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Hey guys, which ports should I plug my USBS into for closest to CPU? Don't understand the talk about blue and black ports?
USB all go through the chipset so really depends on if it is directly from the chipset or pcie usb controller attached to it but really it shouldn't make much of a difference. Specs say the only back panel ones from the chipset are USB 2.0.

Intel® X99 chipset :
4 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 port(s) (4 at mid-board)
Intel® X99 chipset : *7
6 x USB 2.0 port(s) (2 at back panel, black, 4 at mid-board)
ASMedia® USB 3.0 controller : *8
10 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 port(s) (10 at back panel, blue)

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Quote: Originally Posted by D-EJ915 View Post
USB all go through the chipset so really depends on if it is directly from the chipset or pcie usb controller attached to it but really it shouldn't make much of a difference. Specs say the only back panel ones from the chipset are USB 2.0.

Intel® X99 chipset :
4 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 port(s) (4 at mid-board)
Intel® X99 chipset : *7
6 x USB 2.0 port(s) (2 at back panel, black, 4 at mid-board)
ASMedia® USB 3.0 controller : *8
10 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 port(s) (10 at back panel, blue)
Thanks! So I should be looking at prioritizing plugging into the two black ones on back panel?
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Thanks! So I should be looking at prioritizing plugging into the two black ones on back panel?
You could plug your mouse and keyboard there.

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Hello, lovely community!

I was handed a system by a friend of mine from University, in hopes that I'd get the system running as it was intended to.

Here are the specs:
i7-5960x @ stock
Corsair H100i with bundled fans
Asus Rampage V Extreme w/BIOS v4101
G.Skill Trident Z 2x(2x8GB) kits, F4-3200C16D-16GTZB times two ofc
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Corsair Air 540 w/ AIO mounted at the top for exhaust(push), front 140mm fans in intake and the rear 140mm fan as exhaust; so airflow seems to be covered.
Windows 10 Pro

Now, I went through as many guides as I could to come to the point where I tried overclocking the processor. I managed to get to OS GUI when I dialed in 1.3v with a multiplier of 45. Stability testing using Realbench 2.56 gave me temps of 91 Deg C, so I dialed it back down, to 1.2v 4.3GHz. Intel's XTU stress test didn't yield any reboots and Realbench passed with flying colors for a 15 minute run(assigning 16GB of ram, anything done with 32GB of ram gives me a BSoD, dreaded reboot).

The processor overclocking was something I did yesterday. Prior to that I tried to enable XMP to get the ram(and essentially overclock only the ram, not CPU) to run at DDR4-3200MHz, oddly enough I can't remember what exactly I did in BIOS but it worked and it did boot into the OS. I also think the BIOS chips are corrupt since if I try to reboot the system(doesn't matter if it's from OS GUI or from the button being pressed physically) the system takes about 30 minutes to move out of Q-Code 70. I am having trouble replicate the ram overclock and more so, trying to overclock the ram after I've dialed in the CPU overclock.

I turn to yo fellas to help guide me to overclocking the rams on the platform. Inf act I'd be happy to hear out from you folks if overclocking the ram is worthwhile. Person who owns the desktop uses it for productivity, architectural app's, so gaming is out of the question.

FYI, the system is being overclocked for the first time, quite literally, since it was built in 2015.

As for the system, I used BIOS Flashback utility and FAT32 formatted pen drive with BIOS 4101 to flash the BIOS chip #2, checked the CPU socket pins for any bent or broken pins and also made sure everything is set to auto so I didn't tinker with voltages(except for CPU).

Thank you for taking the time to read through this post!
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Thanks for the response, @zoson !

Welp, in terms of progress, I was able to get the rams to DDR4-2800MHz while keeping everything on Auto except for DRAM and CPU voltage which have been set to 1.35v and 1.2v respectively. Also, the multiplier for the CPU is now at 43, I see CPU at 4.3GHz and the ram at 2800MHz in CPU-Z and Realbench. I tried going to 2933MHz and higher but I'm met with the b7, b9 or a bd on the Q-Code. I'm also leaning towards my progress probably fairing better once I replace both BIOS chips for a new pair(then flash using USB BIOS Flashback button) since I'm always seeing 0.832v in BIOS when it comes to SA voltage, regardless of a reboot or a cold boot. Though I think getting a system that's 5 years old, that was running on stock all these years coming to this point in my hands, might be considered a pinnacle...for the platform?

Since I can't go higher with the frequency on the rams, I'm thinking tightening the timings on the ram would be a good offset for the deficiency on frequency.

I can't retrieve a screenshot yet but the system passed Realbench with up to 32GB that ran for 4 hours, gradually working my way from 2133MHz>2400MHz>2666MHz>2800MHz(4 hour runs for each frequency in ram).
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