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post #3141 of 10773 (permalink) Old 12-09-2014, 08:25 AM
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still when u crash on instability testing like me, its going to shift down to the number 2 spot and the m.2 becomes number 1, so if u dont enter bios twice, it wont boot into windows. its annoying i wonder if there is a way around it

that depends on the M.2 drive you buy. The Plextor M.2 SSD does not have that UEFI/boot manager priority issue with it's firmware.

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hi, so i have moved from 802 to 901 bios, and all my overclock profiles got unstable, where it was stable with 802 (4.4ghz, 4.5ghz, 4.6ghz, 4.7ghz).
interesting, it is just for me or anybody else? usually i test realbench for 30min and max ram, now all overclock can't pass. (usually 4-6min and instability detected)
So i think is time to roll back 802 tongue.gif or maybe my 5960X degraded tongue.gif

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Today i have ordered the waterblock for our RVE did anybody istall this one
EK-FB KIT ASUS R5E - Acetal+Nickel
because it will be my first time to install waterblock on motherbord and what issue i use to mention before i do that.

It fits perfectly; just don’t over tighten your screws.

FYI, my board has banded a bit at the edge of North Bridge after installing all blokes.

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still when u crash on instability testing like me, its going to shift down to the number 2 spot and the m.2 becomes number 1, so if u dont enter bios twice, it wont boot into windows. its annoying i wonder if there is a way around it

Hello

There is a simple solution to this issue. Get stability dialed in or disconnect the secondary drives until stability is achieved.
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It fits perfectly; just don’t over tighten your screws.

FYI, my board has banded a bit at the edge of North Bridge after installing all blokes.


This board is headed for damage if you leave it like that. Either those blocks are not made very well, or they have not been installed properly (too tight). Bowing like that near the memory slots is enough to damage traces over time.

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This board is headed for damage if you leave it like that. Either those blocks are not made very well, or they have not been installed properly (too tight). Bowing like that near the memory slots is enough to damage traces over time.

I appreciate your help - i'm going to check these blocks
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Hello

There is a simple solution to this issue. Get stability dialed in or disconnect the secondary drives until stability is achieved.

yeah its not an issue when i am normally operating the computer, only if i am overclocking and benching annoying to have to enter bios twice. i think its just how the samsung xp941 is

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I appreciate your help - i'm going to check these blocks


Check if you are missing a spacer there. If not, then it's possibly the block being machined badly to fit the board.

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http://www.amazon.com/Crucial-Ballistix-PC4-19200-Unbuffered-BLS4K8G4D240FSA/dp/B00MTSWMV6/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1418144478&sr=1-1&keywords=ddr4

is crucial balastic ram supported by the rampage v , coz i dont see it on there website ..

i want to get 32gb hence this is cheaper then the rest ....anyone uing this type of ram .

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Those rams works perfectly, can overclock to 2666mhz without voltage tweak on the rams, just need to increase vccin and vccsa.

But why the gulf in price i still dont understand to date. thumb.gif
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