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post #4211 of 4261 (permalink) Old 03-03-2019, 07:46 PM
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I also run on slot 1 and 5 due to the best airflow between them. I also have a 950 Pro in slot 4 with pcie adapter.
I have 1080 seahawk x.

Cool. Later on I'm going to try to mount a PCIe MSI 4x M.2 card which came with the MSI 'X399 Creation' mobo for another build (spoiler)...don't need it in that machine as it already has 3x M.2 onboard, but I see no reason why it would not work w/ the Asus X99 E-WS

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The real test for my board, and all it's components will come this week hopefully. I've had my system, among other things sitting in a storage facility for the last few months because of my divorce. Now that I know I'm getting to keep my home I'm going to bring my system back home and bring my system back online. without coolant my system weighs at least 80 pounds. I have to bring it from the second floor of the storage facility, transport, and then to the second floor of my home where my office is situated. I got primary custody of my son so now it's just him and I in our 2800sf 5 bedroom home. 6 if you count his game room.
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The real test for my board, and all it's components will come this week hopefully. I've had my system, among other things sitting in a storage facility for the last few months because of my divorce. Now that I know I'm getting to keep my home I'm going to bring my system back home and bring my system back online. without coolant my system weighs at least 80 pounds. I have to bring it from the second floor of the storage facility, transport, and then to the second floor of my home where my office is situated. I got primary custody of my son so now it's just him and I in our 2800sf 5 bedroom home. 6 if you count his game room.

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Score 1 for Asus. Even though I didn't break down my insanely heavy Caselabs system before I packed it up the only issue was user error. I'm trying to increase my flow rates which isn't easy because of the complexity of my system. A couple leeks from fittings I didn't tighten properly which resulted in my first graphics card being drenched. Nothing a dry towel couldn't fix. After I completed those mods I connected my system back up and everything worked as good as new. I think even without fluids my system weighs close to 100 pounds.
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Score 1 for Asus. Even though I didn't break down my insanely heavy Caselabs system before I packed it up the only issue was user error. I'm trying to increase my flow rates which isn't easy because of the complexity of my system. A couple leeks from fittings I didn't tighten properly which resulted in my first graphics card being drenched. Nothing a dry towel couldn't fix. After I completed those mods I connected my system back up and everything worked as good as new. I think even without fluids my system weighs close to 100 pounds.

Nice setup
...I know what you mean about complex system and maxing flow rates...the X99 E-WS is my daily driver but I also just finished a Threadripper 2950X w/ dual 2080 Ti...custom loop(s) has a total of 5 RX 360 rads (2 for the CPU, 3 for the GPUs) and 4 pumps. Temps are great though, after optimizing both liquid flow, and air flow for the fans.

BTW, what Bios are you running on the Asus X99 E-WS ? I loaded up 3803 and have no problems with it.
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...I know what you mean about complex system and maxing flow rates...the X99 E-WS is my daily driver but I also just finished a Threadripper 2950X w/ dual 2080 Ti...custom loop(s) has a total of 5 RX 360 rads (2 for the CPU, 3 for the GPUs) and 4 pumps. Temps are great though, after optimizing both liquid flow, and air flow for the fans.

BTW, what Bios are you running on the Asus X99 E-WS ? I loaded up 3803 and have no problems with it.
Thank you. I'm using 3803. I've never really had any issues with updating the BIOS on this board and typically did so on initial release. I'm about to add a 4th pump in the top chamber to see what that does. my flow is terrible. with 3 Aqua Computer D5 pumps at max I'm getting 1.1 l/m. Something is wrong with that. I'm using a high flow USB for measurement. Other then the RAD pump the other 2 pumps are on the bottom chamber and I think I'm fighting gravity.
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I have a couple of questions I can't find answers for in the X99-WS USB 3.1 manual. Does anyone know if the eSATA ports on the rear I/O that run off an Asmedia chip and the two SATA ports that are part of an eSATA port (11 &12) that run off Asmedia chips support TRIM for SSDs? Also, do the two SATA ports that are part of the Intel SATA Express (9&10) support TRIM?

On the regular Intel SATA ports (1-8), which port, top or bottom, on each "tombstone" would be the drive numbers 0,2,4,6,8 and 1,3,5,7?

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I have a couple of questions I can't find answers for in the X99-WS USB 3.1 manual. Does anyone know if the eSATA ports on the rear I/O that run off an Asmedia chip and the two SATA ports that are part of an eSATA port (11 &12) that run off Asmedia chips support TRIM for SSDs? Also, do the two SATA ports that are part of the Intel SATA Express (9&10) support TRIM?

On the regular Intel SATA ports (1-8), which port, top or bottom, on each "tombstone" would be the drive numbers 0,2,4,6,8 and 1,3,5,7?

...drawing blanks on that one, as much as I seem to recall that the Intel SATA Express ports do support TRIM, but can't locate the source...Better call Asus support (I find calling quicker than emailing them).
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what's up all, although I am new to oc.net, I am not new to the mod/oc scene, as it were. in any event, I don't have anyone I personally know to talk shop with, let alone offer me any assistance in these areas.
I am currently having an issue, and I thought I would start with the first question, which I know what answer I may receive, but here goes. I have corsair vengeance lpx 2666 4x8gb, 2 sticks from a kit (CMK16GX4M2A2666C16), while the other two are from a 4 stick 32gb kit (CMK32GX4M4A2666C16). timings, voltages, and xmp are identical. so my first question before I share my issue(s) is, how much of an issue is this for me in general? (xmp/oc, stability)
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In general mixing DIMMs is almost asking for issues

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I have corsair vengeance lpx 2666 4x8gb, 2 sticks from a kit (CMK16GX4M2A2666C16), while the other two are from a 4 stick 32gb kit (CMK32GX4M4A2666C16). timings, voltages, and xmp are identical. so my first question before I share my issue(s) is, how much of an issue is this for me in general? (xmp/oc, stability)
You may get away with it or you may not, do you feel lucky? How sure are you they are identical? I just checked some SIV save files and found some CMK32GX4M4A2666C16 are Dual Rank and some CMK16GX4M2A2666C16 that are Single Rank ! I also recall Corsair DIMMs with identical part numbers that were different, they were different revisions.

What does the [ SPD ] panel of my SIV (http://rh-software.com/) utility report for your 4 DIMMs?

Why can't you just use the 4 DIMMs that are CMK32GX4M4A2666C16 ?
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