The issue that you are reporting does not seem to be related to the processor, however since you report that you have changed all other components, I would suggest testing another processor, on your motherboard, to see if it causes the same behavior.
If the issue actually follows the processor, then please go ahead and contact the Intel Customer Support center on your location. You can find the contact information at:
If you are getting a warning tone at 50C I would you have a bad sensor on the MOMBO.
can you get it running long enough to use CPUz to see real time volts ?
You sir deserved to be banned. Every theard you reply to make 3-5 post to one answer.
Your are post farming and trying to fake your reputation (by post) more than the intel supporters have done in years.
Faking yourself into a very senior and experienced support.
I would like to know who are you to judge ? Did someone elect you the Grand Master of computers , When I try to help my fellow man my Intentions are Genuine , Now I ask you what are your intentions? I am here to help , why are you here?
I wound up swtiching from EVGA FTW to ASUS RIVE and that solved all my problems except the inabilty to run a vitural machine which that maybe a defect in the chip. I wish NewEgg let purchasers know that the chip did not do VM.
oh the one line answers work great for dysliexics like myself
thanks for all the help
i was planning to make a rig with 3930k as my CPU and Asus RoG's RIVE as my mobo, mainly for virtual machines and gaming.
I was sure that RIVE and 3930k would be able to run VMs easily, shouldnt it? With a hexacore processor and 8 dimms on the mobo and intel64 support it should have been a piece of cake.
Oracle's Virtual Box has problems on my current core 2 duo E7400 with Windows 7 as my OS, but when i swithced to XP it was perfectly fine. I didnt try it with vista. I suggest you try it with XP and let us know if it worked. If it worked then the main reason to its poorer response and continous crasshing is due to OS and not the hardware.
My appoligies kind sir.
Im not a judge and dont need to be one to point out your spamming method. If your intentions are genuine as you say they are then thats great for the intel community and keep up the good work. Just dont go for 5-6 post for as single answer, faking up your intel seniorness is not a good thing, just do it legitmately.
and to why im here, is to get my question solved. Help me out by referring to my pervious post or the thread i started
When a person is trying to figure out a problem and than has a second thought , that's not Spamming , If you read back through the people I have solved there problems , It's Quite a history . I do not devote my time for fortune or fame. Over 1800 answers ? Alot of Gold stars .
Next time use edit feature, there is a reason why its there instead of making the thread long.
Solve my problem