Where are you getting stuck fs454 ? Im running Yosemite and Windows 10 without issue.
Hi guys, I' ve just received a new sample of this board as replacement for the one which gave me the infamous whea logger event 17 error.
Now this motherboard won't boot at all! I've just installed it in the same exactly pc in which the old one was seated in with no luck.
Sometimes I can enter in the bios but can't do anything, like trying to update the bios which I presumed corrupted.
There is something I can do or do I need another RMA?
If this can help the motherboard give me 5 beeps and a black screen.
What ca I do?
BTW how good is the wifi/BT module? It looks finicky to install and my preference is to stick a USB wifi stick in the USB port on occasion when I do need it if at all.
Hey this is my first hardforum post so I apologize if I am messing anything up. I am having some issues with posting and was hoping I could get some advice from you guys. Also, apologies because I can't paste links yet while I am still a fresh new member.
Here is my parts list: Intel Core i7-5820K, EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti - System Build - PCPartPicker. I also have the adapter bracket for the h75 and have everything all installed. When everything is all connected and good to go, I get no beeps from my motherboard speaker, but also no post. I have a sticker on the chipset that says p 1.2 which led me to believe that my bios didn't support my ram.
I went to the compatibility specs sheet for the motherboard and purchased this ram from amazon: amazon.com/gp/product/B00MMLUYPQ. I hoped it would solve my problems, but alas that didn't :/ I stripped my parts down and began to rebuild.
With nothing but the CPU, I get three beeps. Then with the CPU and a stick of ram I get ten beeps. Then, if I add the GPU in, I get five beeps. But in all instances, I get no video out the displayport despite fans spinning and pumps going. I also tried with my friend's evga gtx 780 but still to no avail. At this point, I'm thinking the CPU or the motherboard may be the issue, but still feel it is somehow tied to the bios version.
Do you have any advice on how to proceed? Any help would be super appreciated.
Thanks so much.
I doubt its the CPU unless you dont have enough clean power. So its likely ram or motherboard. I bet its your 16gb ram sticks. I always have lower density ram when doing a system build unless it's specifically supported in the QVL in case problems like this come up. The only supported 16gb ram is RDIMM. I almost bought some 16gb ram sticks then chickened out to avoid lottery issues and went with 8gb rdimm.
I have a very similar system - same CPU and RAM, similar GPU and SSDs. So I can confirm that the RAM works with the board; BUT you need firmware version P1.40 or P1.50. My board also shipped with P1.20, so I too got a 4GB stick to upgrade the firmware. It might have even been the exact same part you linked to at Amazon. Does your board boot with the 4GB stick? If not I'd contact ASRock for more info about what the beeps mean, and whether you need to RMA the board. (Or, one more thought: You've checked it's not the monitor, right?)
As per my previous post, I have created a customized ESXi 6.0 build (VMKernel Release Build 3380124) for the X99E-itx/ac which includes support for both the I211-AT and I218V on-board NIC's, the NMVe M.2 slot, the EXSi Embedded Host Client and the latest Intel CPU microcode updates.
Remove the CPU and inspect it for any capacitor or pin damage on CPU, as well as motherboard pins. Make sure it is inserted and seated correctly. Dont order any more parts. Just go to a local computer store and ask them nicely to check the PSU or insert your CPU in a working system for you to test the part. This is the problem with DIY if you dont have any spare parts handy, and where having a local helps and saves you time. Be polite and nice to them and they will help you out if they are not busy. Give them some business in return in the future because these guys have to pay rent.
Yeah BB is not the best place to try that since its all about $$$ there and then and zero goodwill. Last resort is to try and clear the CMOS by removing jumpers if you haven't already in case its not on default. Sometimes doing this on very complex boards is a little risky though, but should be ok.
That's awesome. But it's something that Asrock should have done themselves. HP do. Indeed, now you've done it, you might ask Asrock to list it and host it.
thanks for sharing your ISO
I have a spare x99 itx and thinking of trying esxi also, your post made me more eager to try.
is GPU pass trough working on your build?
Normally, I would agree with you. The trouble is that ASRock would have to pay for the pleasure of "certifying" this board and then need to take responsibility for all the non-server components that exist on this board which clearly they are unable to do.
And how much would that cost? Not a lot relatively speaking.
Here's some pics from when I installed mine...
That doesn't look like the correct bracket in the last pic either?
Hmmm definitely don't seem to be the right ones
Yep switched to WCing (installing the Bitspower mono block today - hurrah!) but am holding onto the brackets, for when/if I move back to air.
The NH-C14 would be an alternative too, if you don't shy away from a little modding. You'll need the NM-XFB4 (the leftmost set of brackets) which you should be able to order from Noctua, and the screws from the included Dynatron R24 cooler. It's still a bit tricky to tighten the screws, especially those under the heatpipes.
hi all, what program are people using to monitor/control fan speeds?
I have speedfan and i'm sure it was working a while back, but at some point recently it's changed to only monitoring fan speeds. Not entirely sure what's changed to cause it, or did I dream it was working before? Am on 1.5 bios