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    Quote Originally Posted by restsugavan View Post
    Interesting. So my PSU would be good to run an 18 core i9 overclocked to 4.6 GHZ under full load. Sweet.

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    Not good news Im afraid.
    Well, for me anyway.

    Have tried everything I can think of and everything you kind gents have suggested.

    i5 back in and running beautifully.

    Now I have to decide whether to stick with x299 or ditch the whole idea and go with somehing more conventional.

    Thanks again for your input. I will let you know how it pans out.

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    Lightbulb PSU below 850 watt may not enough to supply your whole system.

    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel Bogey View Post
    Interesting. So my PSU would be good to run an 18 core i9 overclocked to 4.6 GHZ under full load. Sweet.

    I think you misunderstood mate. Only CPU itself full load 550 watt. Did you forget your GPUs and other components.
    Core i9 7980XE / R6E 3201 BIOS / Intel 02006A08 MCU 2020-06-16 / VROC VMD 7.5.0.1030 / RST 18.0.0.4897 / ME FW 11.12.80.1734 DV 2040.100.0.1029 / 64GB GSKILL @3.2GHz 16-18-18-38 2T / POSEIDON 1080i GTX + NVIDIA Driver 465.12 WHQL / / 3 x 1TB SAMSUNG 970 EVO PLUS + OMS Driver 18.30.1.1138 WHQL / Microsoft Windows 10 Version 2004 Build 20262.1010 / i219 V PHY UNDI OROM / Boot Agent 0.0.29 / 0.1.16 / 12.19.0.16 WHQL AQC 107n FW 4.2.32 + AQC 2.2.1.0 WHQL. CAM 4.16.0 Realtek HD 6.0.9049.1 WHQL

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    Quote Originally Posted by restsugavan View Post
    I think you misunderstood mate. Only CPU itself full load 550 watt. Did you forget your GPUs and other components.
    Hi restsugavan, thanks for the input. I understood perfectly thank you. If you check the chart those are power draw at the wall numbers not just for CPU.

    All the Power draw calcs I have used have come up with the same numbers for my RIG, total draw of 480W. ASUS tech support say my PSU is fine.

    Im not running an 18 core and Im not overclocking. That chart is for an 18 core overclocked form 2.6 to 4.6GHZ under full load draws 500W, at stock speeds, it only draws 265W and only 85W at idle.
    It doesnt seem particularly relevant to my setup ?
    So my 12 core 10920X should be able to start up and idle at least, with my 650W PSU ? Or am I missing something?
    Last edited by Colonel Bogey; 10-23-2020 at 01:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel Bogey View Post
    Hi restsugavan, thanks for the input. I understood perfectly thank you. If you check the chart those are power draw at the wall numbers not just for CPU.

    All the Power draw calcs I have used have come up with the same numbers for my RIG, total draw of 480W. ASUS tech support say my PSU is fine.

    Im not running an 18 core and Im not overclocking. That chart is for an 18 core overclocked form 2.6 to 4.6GHZ under full load draws 500W, at stock speeds, it only draws 265W and only 85W at idle.
    It doesnt seem particularly relevant to my setup ?
    So my 12 core 10920X should be able to start up and idle at least, with my 650W PSU ? Or am I missing something?
    Hi, when you use Intel Core i9-10920X, is it booting up?
    please update latest bios to 3105 link . Please check to make sure you have good thermal conductive thermal paste on top of the processor. Make sure you don't have any bent pins on the socket. If it still do not work, please run at default memory frequency and see if you can boot with single memory module. The 10920X CPU works best at 2933Mhz memory frequency. link. Hope that helps!
    Sincerely,
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    Hello Legolas.
    Thanks for the input.

    I have tried every BIOS version from 2002. No Post.
    I have installed processor and thermal paste 3 times. No POST.
    Cant be any bent pins, i5 runs fine.

    This was proceedure on my last attempt.
    i5 installed. Running fine on BIOS 3105.
    Flash BIOS to 3105.
    Power down.
    Remove M.2 and other HD + all other peripherals esxcept CPU cooler and GFX card and 1 stick of RAM.
    Swapped GFX card to other slot.
    Replaced CMOS battery
    Cleared CMOS
    Install i9.
    insert power cable.
    Flash BIOS to 3105.
    Remove power cable for 30 sec.
    reinsert and power on.
    Fans spin up and down straight away. No POST.
    Re flashed BIOS
    Cleared CMOS.
    Tried RAM stick in Dual channel slot.
    No POST.
    Tear hair out......jump up and down shouting obscenities.
    reinstall i5.
    Power on
    Says " new CPU detected, please enter BIOS etc etc"
    Set XMP in BIOS, reboot, boots up runs fine.
    Last edited by Colonel Bogey; 10-24-2020 at 03:36 PM.

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    Bought 1 Corsair HX 1000, 1000W PSU against my better judgement and guess what.

    i9 installed - no POST.

    i5 installed tickety boo!!

    Another £160 wasted on bad advice.

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    Lightbulb Look like your i9 had some issue

    What model of i9 CPU do you test ?

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    This case was interesting for me. Recheck your i9 CPU LGA contact first. If some area burnt or look like this picture below.
    You'll need to sending back to Intel for RMA.

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    On your case. I think your i9 CPU had some issue. Did you ever testing it with other LGA 2066 board ?


    Core i9 7980XE / R6E 3201 BIOS / Intel 02006A08 MCU 2020-06-16 / VROC VMD 7.5.0.1030 / RST 18.0.0.4897 / ME FW 11.12.80.1734 DV 2040.100.0.1029 / 64GB GSKILL @3.2GHz 16-18-18-38 2T / POSEIDON 1080i GTX + NVIDIA Driver 465.12 WHQL / / 3 x 1TB SAMSUNG 970 EVO PLUS + OMS Driver 18.30.1.1138 WHQL / Microsoft Windows 10 Version 2004 Build 20262.1010 / i219 V PHY UNDI OROM / Boot Agent 0.0.29 / 0.1.16 / 12.19.0.16 WHQL AQC 107n FW 4.2.32 + AQC 2.2.1.0 WHQL. CAM 4.16.0 Realtek HD 6.0.9049.1 WHQL

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    Quote Originally Posted by restsugavan View Post
    What model of i9 CPU do you test ?

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    This case was interesting for me. Recheck your i9 CPU LGA contact first. If some area burnt or look like this picture below.
    You'll need to sending back to Intel for RMA.

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    On your case. I think your i9 CPU had some issue. Did you ever testing it with other LGA 2066 board ?


    Please read the original thread before posting useless suggestions mate.

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