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About PeeR_SaBBi

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  • CPU
    Dual Intel E5 2680 v1
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    64GB(16x8GB) SK Hynix ECC
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 980
  • Case
    modded Corsair 450D
  • PSU
    EVGA 750 G1 NEX
  • Display(s)
    2x BenQ RL2455HM
  • Cooling
    2x Bq Quiet! PURE Rock coolers
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 RGB w/ MX Reds
  • Mouse
    Corsair Scimitar
  • Sound
    Corsair VOID Pro
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
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  1. Unfortunately, no access to a multimeter right now, will try to get one tomorrow potentially. The PSU is an RM1000, everything I've used so far is well within it's capabilities. Have already tried all of these fixes The issue is already known to be with either the PSU or the motherboard, I'm looking for a little more specific insight, as ASUS WS boards are a different story than their regular consumer equipment.
  2. Unfortunately not the solution, attempted, but it just doesn't turn on still. It's not an issue of not POSTing, it's that it legitimately just doesn't turn on, I took the 12 pin out of the board to see if it even turns on the PSU fan, and it does, even turns on the CPU fan, but it won't work with the 12 pin in.
  3. I'm in the midst of building a new server for my house and I've hit a snag with my Z9PE-D16-10G/DUAL, where the onboard stand-by power LED is on, but when I press the power button, nothing turns on, no fans, no LEDs, no beeps, nothing. This seems like such a small problem but I have tried resetting the board using the CLRTC1 Jumper, taken the CMOS battery out for 10+ minutes, and verified that every jumper is in it's default position. I've assembled it with one 2603 v1, 32GB (4x8GB) of Samsung M393B1K7BH1-CF8Q4, not on the supported memory list, but nothing that really sticks out to me as to w
  4. I recently purchased an X9DRE-LN4F off of ebay, it worked perfectly, but I planned to put two 2667 v2 processors into it, and so I needed to update my BIOS. I updated the IPMI (required to be v2.0 or higher), and updated to the latest version of AMI BIOS for this board (X9DR78.713), I jumped pins 2-3 on JPME1 and JPME2, as directed. When I rebooted, all of the monitors I had on hand stated that the video signal from my iGPU (via VGA) was out of range, which is strange, since I have a 60Hz 1080p monitor (BenQ RL2455HM), which VGA cannot possibly saturate. The monitor flashes on and off, between
  5. No boot, no beep codes, no video, works with 2609v1, and it is flashed to the latest BIOS revision.
  6. I've been undertaking the task of building myself a dual Xeon workstation for school, work, and personal projects, such as CAD, editing, etc. I bought 2650v2's under the guise the were production samples, but they're ES, luckily, I paid less than what I'd pay for two 2670 production samples. The current BIOS does not support ES processors, and I'm curious if anyone has access to an older BIOS for the X9DRi-LN4F+, or is able to mod the BIOS itself into allowing ES chips? BIOS download attached below: X9DR3P5_304.zip
  7. So, this is my setup, pics of my PC were in different stages of the process, the stock cooler was only there because I had my H100i GTX pump had died, so I had sent it in for RMA. Parts list of mentioned build here, but my current build (IN PROGRESS) here
  8. Honestly more interested in their server side, but let's hope this helps bridge the gap between Intel's consumer and server line-up.
  9. This is such a niche market, but I have to say I'm glad LG thought of it. Great for console gaming with friends, such as on the side of a house. I don't know where I'd use it necessarily but I'm sure I'd appreciate it once the time came to use it.
  10. Well, I've been in search of a HTPC, nothing too flashy, watch movies, stream or even play games on it. I just want something relatively quiet, and small, and this is great in both catagories