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05-30-2019 11:38 AM
iandroo888 have u guys have a ridiculous load time? like along the lines of minutes up to like 15-30 minutes? Had recent issues with the cables to my SSDs (storage) which i had turned off computer to replace. But restarting it took FOREVER....
05-14-2019 01:24 PM
deafboy
Quote: Originally Posted by deanorthk View Post
if this was to stay my gaming rig, yes, definitely, you are right. But I intend to do something a bit different, where core number matters. There's no way I'll turn the RIVBE off I will install a dual system in my soon to come Obsidian 1000D, and my gaming rig will move to mini itx with a 6700K.
Out of curiosity what will you be doing? I have a couple 2670s and I mostly have them just because they were dirt cheap, lol.
05-13-2019 11:11 PM
deanorthk
Quote: Originally Posted by deafboy View Post
That seems like a bit of a downgrade going from a 4960x to a 2670....
if this was to stay my gaming rig, yes, definitely, you are right. But I intend to do something a bit different, where core number matters. There's no way I'll turn the RIVBE off I will install a dual system in my soon to come Obsidian 1000D, and my gaming rig will move to mini itx with a 6700K.
05-13-2019 12:44 PM
WannaBeOCer
Quote: Originally Posted by whoeva View Post
I fixed the problem. It appeared that I hadn't correctly flashed the bios. I tried using a different USB stick and it worked.

If anyone else has issues then try using a different USB stick to flash the BIOS.
Glad you were able to resolve your issue, sorry I didn't see it sooner. If you have this issue again use this tool to wipe your flash drive.

https://hddguru.com/software/HDD-LLF...l-Format-Tool/

Other users: to save yourself from troubleshooting check the Microcode version in the bios to see if you successfully flashed the modified bios I provided.
05-13-2019 12:03 PM
deafboy That seems like a bit of a downgrade going from a 4960x to a 2670....
05-13-2019 05:30 AM
whoeva
Quote: Originally Posted by deanorthk View Post
Got my Xeon 2670 on hand,and 4 sticks of ECC DDR3 I will receive my corsair Obsidian 1000D in 10 days, and install evrerything then.

Now I do ask myself, should I try to sell my 4960X or not... Anyone know how much they sell nowdays?

Have fun installing your new system


You can look on ebay to see prices for sold items. I'm seeing $200-$300+ sales for your old cpu.
05-13-2019 12:44 AM
deanorthk Got my Xeon 2670 on hand,and 4 sticks of ECC DDR3 I will receive my corsair Obsidian 1000D in 10 days, and install evrerything then.

Now I do ask myself, should I try to sell my 4960X or not... Anyone know how much they sell nowdays?
05-10-2019 05:58 AM
whoeva I fixed the problem. It appeared that I hadn't correctly flashed the bios. I tried using a different USB stick and it worked.

If anyone else has issues then try using a different USB stick to flash the BIOS.
05-09-2019 12:56 PM
whoeva I am using it in a pcie adapter card. Sorry, I should have said that in the first post. I've updated that now.


The drive is working fine, I just cannot see it in the bios.
05-09-2019 12:55 PM
AllGamer
Quote: Originally Posted by whoeva View Post
Thank you for your suggestion AllGamer. I tried it but I still have the same problem. I cannot see the drive in bios and therefore cannot boot from it.
Did you make sure the SATA cable is connected, and the SATA power cable is connected in both side?
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