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    I got mine about 10 days ago, still haven't found the time to install an OS and see how it goes..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumak View Post
    I'm currently updating HWiNFO to better support this mobo, especially the sensors. Let me know if you want a new build...
    Yes please.

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    Try this preliminary build: www.hwinfo.com/beta/hw64_395_1615.zip
    It has some improvements to the NCT6776 values and particular CHiL PWM VRs. However I need more feedback on this to check if I make correct assumptions and labels are correct, especially for the CPU Vcc, DRAM, etc.
    Please let me know how it works and if the values reported are correct - can be verified by putting load on CPU if Vcore is correct, or belongs to a different input. Also compare the other values with correct VTT, VSA, etc.. If possible create screenshots, best would be with the ASUS monitoring tool...

    Quote Originally Posted by beaker7 View Post
    Yes please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumak View Post
    Try this preliminary build: www.hwinfo.com/beta/hw64_395_1615.zip
    It has some improvements to the NCT6776 values and particular CHiL PWM VRs. However I need more feedback on this to check if I make correct assumptions and labels are correct, especially for the CPU Vcc, DRAM, etc.
    Please let me know how it works and if the values reported are correct - can be verified by putting load on CPU if Vcore is correct, or belongs to a different input. Also compare the other values with correct VTT, VSA, etc.. If possible create screenshots, best would be with the ASUS monitoring tool...
    Should this work with the Supermicro X9DAi board also? C602 chipset, should be the same as the Asus
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    Depends on what you are asking for Basic stuff should be working like CPU, Mem, Chipset, etc detection and reporting.. Haswell is already supported
    But sensors will probably be different and require tuning. Even using the same sensor chip, the particular inputs are most probably connected in a different way. If you send me report files from that mobo, I can check and tune it if possible.

    Quote Originally Posted by Movieman View Post
    Should this work with the Supermicro X9DAi board also? C602 chipset, should be the same as the Asus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumak View Post
    Depends on what you are asking for Basic stuff should be working like CPU, Mem, Chipset, etc detection and reporting.. Haswell is already supported
    But sensors will probably be different and require tuning. Even using the same sensor chip, the particular inputs are most probably connected in a different way. If you send me report files from that mobo, I can check and tune it if possible.
    I did about a week or so ago..
    No rush, was just curious..I'll try the one you posted here and reply back as soon as I've had my coffee and the old eyes actually function properly!
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    Ok. Just let me know if there are any issues and I'll check that. Will need a Report File (maybe a Debug File too) and if possible a screenshot from the manufacturer tool which shows correct values (if not possible, then BIOS pic).
    Quote Originally Posted by Movieman View Post
    I did about a week or so ago..
    No rush, was just curious..I'll try the one you posted here and reply back as soon as I've had my coffee and the old eyes actually function properly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumak View Post
    Ok. Just let me know if there are any issues and I'll check that. Will need a Report File (maybe a Debug File too) and if possible a screenshot from the manufacturer tool which shows correct values (if not possible, then BIOS pic).
    will do.Thanks
    This is what I'm working with:
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...76#post5096576
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    Anyone know if this board will support the E5-2637 or E5-2643 chips. Neither are on the cpu list and no response from asus so figured to see if anyone actually tried it here. Have some applications where I need memory I/O but not cpu compute so no sense in spending the $$ where it's not needed.

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    Hard to say steve...

    There's a new bios out


    http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Int...8_WS/#download
    Z9PE-D8 WS Formal BIOS 0503 release
    1. Support LSI Mega RAID Function.
    2. Add memory ECC enabled/disabled info in BIOS.
    3. Update Intel RSTe 3.1.0.1085 Option ROM for SATA & SCU.
    My 28nm AMD pci-e 3.0 videos still don't work in this board This problem existed with the sabertooth x79 but it was fixed in that board 2 months ago.


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    Thanks for that catch saw the 0405 but not the newer one. So it looks like it's a competition between this one and the SM board. SM=known cpu support, no 'official' support of sli, and only 6 slots, or asus with no known cpu support; 7 slots and sli. argh!

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    2670s over here.. Just started crunching some data .

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    specs regarding the pcie slots are very confusing even after looking at the block diagram

    guys would you please confirm if this mobo is 4x full 16x pcie 3.0 ??

    if it really is 4x 16x how does it handle 4x high load gpus ??
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    Yes, from the manual, You can only have 4 cards installed if you want 16x to all of them. The cards must be in PCIe slots 1,3,5,7 (nothing in slots 2,4,6). (page 38, section 2-18). Also since PCIe is on the CPU itself you need to have 2 cpu's slots, 1 & 3 are going to CPU0 and slots 5 & 7 are going to CPU1.

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    awesome! only the sacred 1 3 5 7 slots.. the others well they dont exist

    thanks stevecs i appreciate it!

    does the mobo handle 4x 250-300watt gpus without additional mobo power ??

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    Well the crystal ball is not so clear here, but PCIe v2.1 spec requires 150W per 16x slot. So assuming asus built the motherboard to spec you should have 150W for each slot (assuming your psu is delivering that to the motherboard). Additional power per spec would come from secondary power to the cards (6pin=75W, or 8pin=150W) or 300W total supplied per card.

    If you're filling this thing up w/ quad gpu's and high res displays, you've /GOT/ to post you know. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevecs View Post
    Yes, from the manual, You can only have 4 cards installed if you want 16x to all of them. The cards must be in PCIe slots 1,3,5,7 (nothing in slots 2,4,6). (page 38, section 2-18). Also since PCIe is on the CPU itself you need to have 2 cpu's slots, 1 & 3 are going to CPU0 and slots 5 & 7 are going to CPU1.

    This has been known I posted the manual page back on page 3 of this thread..

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...=1#post5067450


    I'm still having a problem getting pci-e gen 3.0 28nm AMD cards to work in this board and Asus Support has not been able to help


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    My E5-2660 ES sample is limited Baseclock.

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    Has anyone with dual Xeons done any 3Dmark testing? Im really curious to see what cpu scores you guys get with dual 8 cores (even though they dont overclock- WR on water is 3500 Mhz)

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie-revhead View Post
    Has anyone with dual Xeons done any 3Dmark testing? Im really curious to see what cpu scores you guys get with dual 8 cores (even though they dont overclock- WR on water is 3500 Mhz)

    I'll be shooting for just over 3600MHz VERY soon...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieman View Post
    I'll be shooting for just over 3600MHz VERY soon...
    Darn i need higher clocking E5s - my dual Xeon E5-2650 stuck down in 2400-2500mhz territory LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by eva2000 View Post
    Darn i need higher clocking E5s - my dual Xeon E5-2650 stuck down in 2400-2500mhz territory LOL
    Yea, but you got a hell of a deal on those from what I heard!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eva2000 View Post
    Darn i need higher clocking E5s - my dual Xeon E5-2650 stuck down in 2400-2500mhz territory LOL
    I hear that. But I am content w/ waiting until IB-EP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowfat View Post
    I hear that. But I am content w/ waiting until IB-EP.
    That could be a LONG wait!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieman View Post
    That could be a LONG wait!
    damn just how long are we looking at ? how naive of me dreaming of haswell-ep

    at this pace amd will catch up.. more like arm will catch up
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