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Old 07-23-2016, 05:48 PM   #151
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Re: Asus ROG RAMPAGE V EDITION 10

Hey what do you all think about the rear case fan in my sigpic? I am not sure if I truly like the round fan vs. the square fan. It is smaller looking for sure.
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Old 07-23-2016, 05:56 PM   #152
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Re: Asus ROG RAMPAGE V EDITION 10

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Hey what do you all think about the rear case fan in my sigpic? I am not sure if I truly like the round fan vs. the square fan. It is smaller looking for sure.
If you didn't tell me it was round I wouldn't have noticed...your eye doesn't really go there its everything else in your case...by the looks great!
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Old 07-23-2016, 06:17 PM   #153
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Thanks Sandog/Ken/Jim... Running great so far...
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Old 07-23-2016, 08:12 PM   #154
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Are you OCing yet Skully? There are some nice presets on my mobo but they were for Broadwell-E as they named the 6XXX series 6-8-10 cores but you may still see them. They are listed at the top of the Tweaker menu.

Someday when I feel like it I know I will go to OCing my rig again but right now I want stability for a while. I feel plenty fast at stock which is 4GHz on one core and 3.8GHz on the rest. I want this system to last a long time. Dito for my video card. Not going to OC it yet but it is not as risky as the mobo/CPU and I am not as worried about longevity on it as I am with the RVE10.

On the fan, it is taking some getting use to because I have had a black fan in there for so long and even though black might go better with all the LED's than white, I am still keeping it because in every other regard it is working and it is PWM.

All 3 of my case fans are PWM again. I can click on a link on a web page and I can hear the rear fan ramping up. I have the fans controlled by the CPU and the temp flies up and down with a click of the mouse button. I set my ramp going up at 40C and I will have to adjust it higher later.
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Old 07-23-2016, 08:41 PM   #155
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Yea I'm OC'ing, I let AL Suite do it for me, it has me at 43mhz as of now.
With all running great, there is so much, it will take me awhile to get to know
most of the ins and outs of most this stuff. Plus messing with the AURA settings.
Ya got a love the RVE10, glad I didn't miss out on it...
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Old 07-23-2016, 11:55 PM   #156
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Yes I had AI Suite installed a week ago to see if it showed individual core frequencies, it didn't. It is the best looking AI Suite I have seen though.
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Old 07-24-2016, 12:06 AM   #157
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Yes I had AI Suite installed a week ago to see if it showed individual core frequencies, it didn't. It is the best looking AI Suite I have seen though.
Yea I concur, also its/AL Suite is working well...
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Old 07-24-2016, 03:14 AM   #158
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Re: Asus ROG RAMPAGE V EDITION 10

It seems I'm always late to the party!

Congrats on the new hardware Skully

If AI Suite is not showing the individual core frequencies, how about
CPUID's HWMonitor?

Sandog, I don't know what to say. Sorry about your Motherboard.
I know you are probably done fiddling at this point.
The only thing in the back of my mind is pulling the CPU and resetting it.

When Intel went with Land Grid Array they moved the problem of bent pins and faulty contacts off the Processors and onto the Motherboards.

On my P9X79 WS I had a problem with ECC memory errors when I first swapped out my E5-1620 for an E5-2670.

Re-seating the E5-2670 fixed the problem.
But I tell you it leaves me with a very Uneasy feeling when it comes to these sockets. I'm sure I positioned the CPU correctly each time, as I am sure you did as well. However I have read of too many instances where people tightened or loosened a heatsink, or reseated their chip and it alleviated the problem.

This bothers me, cause you don't know how hit and miss this may be.

I imagine that when the socket is clamped down the pins make contact and might bend a bit. Subsequent insertions might be more problematic if a slightly bent pin no longer makes contact. You know how hard it is to get a 4-legged table to lie in a plane.
Imagine a 2000+ pin processor!

You mentioned your problem was more pronounced with the introduction of your new CPU.

I understand if you want to leave well enough alone.
I am contemplating the purchase of another SandyBridge Motherboard.
Swapping out my current chip to the new board, and re-introducing the E5-1620 to the Old P9X79 WS. However, I can't be sure that the socket will stand a new insertion.
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Old 07-24-2016, 11:54 AM   #159
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Thanks GWillakers, I concur with you about mobo sockets/bent pins.
The less you change out cpu's on a mobo the better. If it the cpu/mobo
are working right the first time around. I'd almost say, keep with the
same cpu. Maybe for the life of the mobo, or at least change out the cpu
very infrequently. Mine is working well now, I've thought of up grading
to the new cpu. But as the saying goes, if it works, don't fix it. The RVE10
mobos are hard to come by, and may be come even harder...
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Old 07-24-2016, 12:05 PM   #160
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I did pull the CPU and reset it and I had hope because I think I locked the cover down backwards. You don't do the second arm first to lock in you use the first lever arm. When you lock the second arm first I think it see saws the lid but alas that was not a solution either.

My CPU is suspect, it is new and the problem arose the same time. I am getting a new board tomorrow. If the problem persists, I have until August 11th to return the CPU. I doubt the CPU has the ability to erase my BIOS settings that I keep saving to two separate EEPROMs though and I have never had a bad CPU and this one is basically an unlocked Xeon.

I have tried reseating every cable connection, messed with RAM, my PCI cards, and every BIOS setting starting with default in every BIOS version avialable. The CMOS battery has been changed and removed several times. It will not start after removing the battery for 10min even. There is nothing more I can/want to do. I am lucky I got it to Windows around 10PM Friday night because after resetting BIOS it usually cold starts after I make changes and it locks out again. The only way to get it to start and I am serious is to pull the power cord from the power supply and wait several hours. I usually have to wait the next morning or after I come home from work and it will start (once). I have been up ever since Friday lol.
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Old 07-24-2016, 12:39 PM   #161
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Its another reason I hesitate, to up grade to the new cpu.
Its because of your problems that might be your cpu.
By the by the SupremeFX sounds good really good, as I'm listening
to music right now. Will do some comparing with me usb Sound
Blaster later. But so far I enjoy what I hear. Haven't tried
gaming yet...
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Old 07-24-2016, 12:49 PM   #162
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Yeah when I get my new mobo I am going to get the front audio module out and keep it in my desk instead of the hot attic. I really wish I could use the front drive bay but the speaker audio sounded too tinny with default settings (no effects). I would like to give it a go again when I get through this time of troubleshooting. I have a speaker upgrade planned I would like to complete this year (requires custom wall mounts).

Some other good news, I sold all my old stuff almost 2wks ago and I did pretty good.
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Old 07-24-2016, 12:56 PM   #163
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Oh yea just got into Sonic Studio 2 app done some fine
tuning with the sound, that was good, Now it just got much better.
The on board sound on the RVE10 will the first time.
I really really liked the on board sound, and will make SupremeFX player
me default player/sound...
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Oh yea I'm and extremely happy RVE10 camper.
Being a mobo lover the RVE10 is mobo heaven...
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Oh yea I'm and extremely happy RVE10 camper.
Being a mobo lover the RVE10 is mobo heaven...
Yeah, I am glad you got it Skully. The board is really amazing to me. First off I think you get a lot more for your money than the RVE. The extra $100 covers the audio upgrade alone.

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But if you read the specifications all the features read like caviar. Every one of the I/O's is the best of the best. For example, it has two of the best Intel LAN's ever on a mobo that support 802.3az and Energy Efficient Ethernet and has LAN Guard and comes with ROG GameFirst. The BlueTooth is V4.0 and the Wi-Fi is 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac with 3 cables and supports dual band up to 1300Mbps transfer speed. Here is some more on the audio;

ROG SupremeFX 8-Channel High Definition Audio CODEC
- Supports : Jack-detection, Multi-streaming, Front Panel Jack-retasking
Audio Feature :
- SupremeFX Shielding™ Technology
- DTS Connect
- Optical S/PDIF out port(s) at back panel
- Audio amplifier: Provides the highest-quality sound for headphone and speakers
- Premium Japanese-made audio capacitors: Provide warm, natural and immersive sound with exceptional clarity and fidelity
- Sonic Studio II
- Sonic Radar II

It has 10 SATA III ports and a boat load of USB including 2x USB 3.1 Type C ports in the rear.

Intel X99 chipset : *3
4 x USB 3.0 port(s) (4 at mid-board)
Intel X99 chipset : *6
6 x USB 2.0 port(s) (2 at back panel, black, 4 at mid-board)
ASMedia USB 3.1 controller :
2 x USB 3.1 port(s) (2 at back panel, black, Type-C)
ASMedia USB 3.1 controller : *3
2 x USB 3.1 port(s) (2 at back panel, red, Type-A)
ASMedia USB 3.0 controller :
4 x USB 3.0 port(s) (4 at back panel, blue)

Here is a list of all the internal I/O ports.

1 x Aura RGB Strip Header
2 x USB 3.0 connector(s) support(s) additional 4 USB 3.0 port(s)
2 x USB 2.0 connector(s) support(s) additional 4 USB 2.0 port(s)
1 x M.2 Socket 3 for M Key, type 2260/2280/22110 storage devices support ( Support PCIE SSD only)
1 x TPM header
10 x SATA 6Gb/s connector(s)
1 x CPU Fan connector(s)
1 x CPU OPT Fan connector(s)
3 x Chassis Fan connector(s)
1 x Power Fan connector(s)
1 x Thunderbolt header(s)
1 x 24-pin EATX Power connector(s)
1 x 8-pin ATX 12V Power connector(s)
1 x 4-pin ATX 12V Power connector(s)
1 x SLI/CFX switch (2/3-WAY adjustments)
1 x Front panel audio connector(s) (AAFP)
1 x MemOK! button(s)
1 x Slow Mode switch(es)
9 x ProbeIt Measurement Points
1 x Thermal sensor connector(s)
1 x EZ Plug connector(s) (4-pin Molex power connector)
1 x Power-on button(s)
1 x Reset button(s)
1 x BIOS Switch button(s)
1 x 5-pin EXT_FAN(Extension Fan) connector
1 x Water Pump header (4-pin)
1 x LN2 Mode jumper(s)
1 x ROG extension (ROG_EXT) header(s)
1 x Safe Boot button
1 x ReTry button
1 x U.2 connector
1 x System panel connector
1 x DRAM channel switch
1 x PCIe x16 lane switch

Here is a shot of the software suite I have DL which has more enthusiast apps than I have ever seen, slightly more than the RVE even.

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Then there are new designs that really help like a huge back plate vs. none on the RVE, the pre-mounted I/O shield, the PCIe Safety Slots which are steel reinforced and 60% stronger. It also handles DDR4 +3333MHz, the highest available and also up to 128GB of RAM, also the highest available (RVE max is 64GB). It has the best chokes and caps along with thermal diodes everywhere, High-Amp fan headers, Water Pump fan header, and auxiliary 3 PWM fan header board.

Looks>

There is a fresh BIOS layout and AI Suite that looks very modern and is red themed. The look of the board is awesome and has AURA lighting program to control the LED's individually. With the LED's there is use of a mirror reflecting the LED on the large rear heat sink, there are new PCI slot latches that have LED's, there is a laser etched LED cover for the North Bridge, and there is a very cool LED bar that runs the whole length of the mobo.

Lastly>

This is a Black Edition that only arises when ASUS pours all their gained knowledge over the past couple of years into rebuilding their supreme top of the line mobo. It include repairing, replacing, and adding the best and latest features, the best components, the best accessories, the best looking design possible, and the best utilities and software. The RVE10 is even more exceptional than a Black Edition because it is ASUS 10th Anniversary of the ROG brand mobo's. The anniversary could not have happened at a better time IMO because of the available X99 chipset with socket 2011v3 and Xeon CPU's including the first ever 10-core desktop CPU.

Now go buy one
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