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  1. You can try contacting ASUS directly to ask about...

    You can try contacting ASUS directly to ask about purchasing the part you need. They rarely provide any support on this forum.

    From what I saw on google, ASUS doesn't seem to have any online...
  2. It is a big problem. Alas, overclocking means...

    It is a big problem. Alas, overclocking means overspec, operating outside rated spec, no guarantees ... and no liability for Intel, they do demonstrate overclocks and tacitly support/encourage it,...
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    My assumption is the same. With the caveat that...

    My assumption is the same. With the caveat that we just don't know what sort of hardware and firmware optimizations may be built into the motherboard. It seems likely to me that anything/everything...
  4. These performance impacts might be uncorrectable...

    These performance impacts might be uncorrectable (that is, the price paid for correcting Spectre vulnerability) on these chips.

    Sad to say I don't really expect them to be improved ... full...
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    Will Win10 even work properly on stuff older than...

    Will Win10 even work properly on stuff older than Skylake? I thought it wasn't supporting microcode or something.

    (I dunno - lol, I've got some laptops with Win10 preinstalled but most of my...
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    lol, sorry, I did mix up specs, I personally...

    lol, sorry, I did mix up specs, I personally skipped straight over R4E/X79, from R3E/X58 to R5E/X99 ... almost 5 years ago.

    Why upgrade to R4E instead of R6E? R4E is, in the context of computers,...
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    Ah, you want to re-use your existing CPU and...

    Ah, you want to re-use your existing CPU and DDR3, not have to buy new CPU and DDR4?

    RIVE is probably your best option ... although it will build a "weak" platform which might hold peak Vega64 fps...
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    Not sure why you'd want to buy a "new" RIVE...

    Not sure why you'd want to buy a "new" RIVE anyhow ... it's X79, LGA1366 ... capable of running up to 64GB DDR3-1033 and i7-990X (6C/12T, 3.47GHz, 12MB L3) ... maybe capable of overclocking (with the...
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    Reference Vega64 GPU card is apparently 11"...

    Reference Vega64 GPU card is apparently 11" (280mm) long x 5" (127mm) tall x 1 9/16" (40mm) thick
    RIVE motherboard is EATX form factor, 12" (305mm) perpendicular-to-card x 10.7" (272mm)...
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    For reference, I submit Linus's experiment ......

    For reference, I submit Linus's experiment ... the TL;DR summary is that he plugged extenders into extenders (including some "janky old" extenders of dubious reliability) until he hit stability...
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    I'm not as certain that both x16 slots would give...

    I'm not as certain that both x16 slots would give identical performance.

    One of them is simply closer to the CPU than the other. It has shorter physical and electrical lengths. Which might...
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    i9-9900K on Z390 would be better ... but costs on...

    i9-9900K on Z390 would be better ... but costs on CPU and mobo are expected to be much more than "only about $130-$140".

    ASUS might provide a firmware update to run this CPU on Z370 ... or they...
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    If the "new" CPU is the i7-8086K then it is worth...

    If the "new" CPU is the i7-8086K then it is worth buying over the i7-8700K, in my opinion.

    +8%/+6% performance vs +18% cost doesn't seem good, true.

    But the price difference is only +$65 on a...
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    Why duplicate thread?...

    Why duplicate thread?
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?104974-First-Build-Advice
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?104975-First-Build-Advice

    Don't forget TIM (thermal paste,...
  15. Thread: C++ Error

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    Then it must be an error caused by other software...

    Then it must be an error caused by other software or an error caused by WiFiGo (not fully/successfully uninstalled).

    WiFiGo is apparently installed by AI Suite III. I don't use AI Suite III so I...
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    Any way you can test your card in someone else's...

    Any way you can test your card in someone else's machine or borrow their card to test in yours? To confirm/deny hardware fault before digging into firmware/drivers/etc.

    ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO user...
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    You've tried cleaning the electrical contacts on...

    You've tried cleaning the electrical contacts on the PCIe card. Also the electrical contacts in the PCIe card slot?

    You've tried re-seating the PCIe card, making sure it's firmly secured,...
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    Check your temps. Check your fan settings. The...

    Check your temps. Check your fan settings. The fans will not ramp up if they're not needed - or if they're misconfigured.

    Check your motherboard documentation to confirm you're using the proper...
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    Valve does have policies, content ratings, and...

    Valve does have policies, content ratings, and content filters which (supposedly) prevent anyone from "innocently" purchasing/installing the title. They have to be registered as adults. They have...
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    I don't think there's any real need to worry...

    I don't think there's any real need to worry about rootkits affecting firmware. Rootkits can conceivably install themselves into "bare metal" - but only just barely, the possibility is theoretical...
  21. I would suspect poor dimensional tolerances on...

    I would suspect poor dimensional tolerances on the chassis, the card, the motherboard - in that order. Which is to say that I would suspect dimensional tolerances on the motherboard to be the most...
  22. Thread: C++ Error

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    Traditional method - basically go into the...

    Traditional method - basically go into the Control Panel, find the "Uninstall Program/Software" app (whatever it's called), pick the thing you don't want off the list....
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    I agree, there should be standardization for CPU...

    I agree, there should be standardization for CPU coolers.

    Intel/AMD do put out rigid socket specifications, dimensional, mechanical, electrical, all of it. Along with other exacting...
  24. Thread: C++ Error

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    https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1012149/...

    https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1012149/
    https://www.asus.com/ca-en/Motherboards/MAXIMUS_VII_FORMULA/
    https://www.asus.com/ca-en/Motherboards/MAXIMUS_VII_GENE/
    https://www.google.ca/search?q=dlna...
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    I don't know but I don't expect RAMCache will...

    I don't know but I don't expect RAMCache will give any real performance gains on an Optane cache drive.

    I've only bought a couple Optane drives, and only for a niche use where they provide a...
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