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post #1431 of 1441 (permalink) Old 08-01-2019, 06:35 AM
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Having problems with my network speed when overclocked, intermittent speed issues. When reverting back to stock the problem disappears completely. Is this really what to expect from Asus. Absolutely laughable.

Just to add to this, when manually entering the ram timings and speed (nothing else) I also get full network bandwidth. Can't believe I have been suffering from these issues for a year, done at least two bios updates, maybe even three, and quite obviously Asus has not fixed it in that time.
so you are saying that when you have the ram set "all Auto" (default) or you manually control the timings, all is good. But what... when you load XMP it has NIC problems?

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Having problems with my network speed when overclocked, intermittent speed issues. When reverting back to stock the problem disappears completely. Is this really what to expect from Asus. Absolutely laughable.

Just to add to this, when manually entering the ram timings and speed (nothing else) I also get full network bandwidth. Can't believe I have been suffering from these issues for a year, done at least two bios updates, maybe even three, and quite obviously Asus has not fixed it in that time.
I just installed BIOS 1902 and it seems solid for me, it's what it should have been on release I think.

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1902 Bios Mod including the MC 60 and latest modules:


https://mega.nz/#!AmBmTCjD!IXdVJ3mml...MF74PBQ7-8wvIM

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1902 Bios Mod including the MC 60 and latest modules:


https://mega.nz/#!AmBmTCjD!IXdVJ3mml...MF74PBQ7-8wvIM
MC 60 - latest modules???

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MC 60 - latest modules???

Microcode 60 and latest Intel Raid and Lan modules.


Right now there is a newer microcode 64 and new RST update. Here is a new updated mod with MC 64 and latest Intel Raid and Lan modules:

https://mega.nz/#!YvgRyabS!QxMckQseG...-UxiKSUYgEio58

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Ugh...been trying to get nvme boot to work for the past 8hours man......Does this even work!

I need the quick and dirty answer : P


7820x, rampage vi apex

I saw the intel 660p pop up a couple times as boot selection item (prior to windows install) but its not coming up anymore....

Manual - page 1-8 states: 28 lane cpu - dimm.2_1* x4, x4

Currently got the bugger plugged into cpu_dimm.2 [m.2_1 on the card]

Disabled sata devices under pch storage config for troubleshooting.
Basiclly tried both AHCI and Intel RST

Went as far as disabling CSM, Secure boot Other OS

Tried 660p datacenter drivers, and the RST premium chipset drivers

I am about to take a hammer to this PC......anyone with simular setup get this thing to work??? XD

Thought bios update to 19xx would fix it - lost my oc configs! yesss! baha

Feedback much appreciated.... In Kind. MM
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It should work provided there are no hardware defects or bad contacts.

Use page 1-33 in the RVIA manual as reference.

Unplug all other drives and leave them disconnected until you have finished installing Windows.
Reset CMOS
Check if 660p shows up in BIOS

If it doesn't:
Try PCH_DIMM.2

If it shows up in PCH_DIMM.2 (without problems), try CPU_DIMM.2 again. If it's flakey try mounting the 660p on the other side of the DIMM.2 riser card.

If problem persists in CPU_DIMM.2, try the other included DIMM.2 riser card.

If problem continues to persist, check CPU seating and socket for bent pins.

If everything checks out mechanically, there might be a hardware defect with the CPU_DIMM.2 slot, MB traces, and or the CPU itself.

If all test in both slots fail, it's most likely the 660p itself that's has a defect (IMO). Verify drive in another computer before RMA if possible.
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What is a safe voltage for my i9 7980xe at 4.6ghz iv tinkered with 4.2ghz all core 1.0 v works stable iv had it at 4.6ghz 1.18v all core 35-45c with light loads like gaming.

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Thank Joker (Ray) for taking the time to reply. Tried your advice.

Got it to work but only had to do one thing which blows my mind.

Cpu storage config -> Switch cpu dim disabled

PCIE 1 and 3 were already disabled.

I may have also switched sata back to ahci - but after cpu dim disable ssd is selectable as boot drop down.

Got this thing plugged into cpu dim slot aswell (left dimm.2 bank) on mobo.

Thank you. Just installed Windows Server 2019 without having to load drivers.
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What is a safe voltage for my i9 7980xe at 4.6ghz iv tinkered with 4.2ghz all core 1.0 v works stable iv had it at 4.6ghz 1.18v all core 35-45c with light loads like gaming.

Hope you got a good power supply.

I think 5ghz pulls like 850 watts.

My system pulls 550 with gpu at 5ghz 7820x and needs about 1.33v

Right now i run at 1.171 @ 4.7ghz, once you go past 1.18 chip will get hot.

Bought direct die frame but havent installed it, also waiting for cheap 7980xe on ebay. 4,7ghz is prob max unless you disable 2-4 cores or you have dual rads with vrm cooling.
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