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post #11 of 16856 (permalink) Old 09-04-2014, 10:15 AM
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X99-A - should be next two weeks or so.

X99-Pro - October timeframe.

Excellent, thank you.

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When will I be able to buy a X99-WS



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For X99-E WS give it 1-2 weeks.


PS. For anyone asking about availability or using this as thread as reference, the dates given are for North America only. I only cover the NA region. For others you will need to contact your local ASUS rep/channels as each region may have different availability or launch time frames.

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For X99-E WS give it 1-2 weeks.
I will be impatiently waiting.biggrin.gif Thanks for the info.



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Updated 1st post with 5-Way optimization manual:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz2VRRbLPrZnSzd2NnZrOTVnd0k/edit?usp=sharing

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Question! I'm on my X99 deluxe now, and there's this warning that keeps popping up on my bottom right corner.
It warns a low Vcore of 0.128V or Dram Voltage of 0.000V.
HWMonitor shows 0.9V for my Vcore and 1.2 on my Dram.

It doesn't seem to affect anything, but its really annoying to have something pop up on your screen so often.
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Question! I'm on my X99 deluxe now, and there's this warning that keeps popping up on my bottom right corner.
It warns a low Vcore of 0.128V or Dram Voltage of 0.000V.
HWMonitor shows 0.9V for my Vcore and 1.2 on my Dram.

It doesn't seem to affect anything, but its really annoying to have something pop up on your screen so often.

This is called polling contention - it's because you are running more than one monitoring tool. The software is trying to poll the onboard sensor at the same time so one of them cannot report a value - hence the warning and misread. Ideally only one monitoring tool for voltages should be used at a time. You might be able to disable the monitoring of AI Suite in the options (have a look through). The only other option is to run just one tool if HWM wont let you disable some of its monitoring..

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Can you run a M2 SSD On a Rampage V Extreme with a 4 Way SLI GPU setup?

And would the ability to run it be effected by if it's an X4 M2 SSD or a X2 M2 and or a SATA 3 m2?

Need some clarification on this apparently right now you can't do 4 way + m2 is this true?

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Probably is if the manual says so.

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Can you run a M2 SSD On a Rampage V Extreme with a 4 Way SLI GPU setup?

And would the ability to run it be effected by if it's an X4 M2 SSD or a X2 M2 and or a SATA 3 m2?

Need some clarification on this apparently right now you can't do 4 way + m2 is this true?

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Hello

The manual is very specific so there should be no doubt or confusion regarding this. When using a M.2 drive the last x16 PCIe slot can only be used in x4 mode. As SLI requires that each card is connected by a minimum of 8 PCIe lanes this PCIe slot cannot be used for SLI when in x4 mode.
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