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    Where are the DDR5 ECC UDIMMs?

    I imagine the concern was whether the sticks were operating in non-ECC mode to produce regular errors, but it appears they are working as ECC, as those are ECC errors not regular errors. It looks like a standard case of 1 bad stick. ECC appears to be working like it should
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    LGA 1700 Alder Lake "Servers"

    Most of these issues sound like they stem from the integrated GPU. 21A BSOD is basically the same as the EF BSOD mentioned a few posts ago. Random file corruption could be explained by GPU driver hosing memory, but would run prime95 to rule out a more typical hardware issue first. GPU not...
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    LGA 1700 Alder Lake "Servers"

    https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html Normally I would say to look up the parameters from bluescreenview against the documentation, but for this BSOD it's basically useless Bug Check 0xEF CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED - Windows drivers Combined with the other symptoms I would say likely...
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    Where are the DDR5 ECC UDIMMs?

    Some UK stock: https://www.memorycow.co.uk/memory-ram/16gb-ddr5-pc5-38400-4800mt-s-288-pin-dimm-ecc-unbuffered-memory-ram https://www.kingstonmemoryshop.co.uk/kingston-ksm48e40bs8km-16hm-16gb-ddr5-4800mt-s-ecc-unbuffered-memory-ram-dimm Ordered a couple of the cheaper lucky dip one, will...
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    LGA 1700 Alder Lake "Servers"

    Celeron G6900 looks to be the best bet for this. I'm hoping 13th gen will work enough to install the 2.0 bios, but if not the G6900 is my backup plan
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    LGA 1700 Alder Lake "Servers"

    Should still have IPMI equivalent functionality via AMT. I'm buying the non-F board to have the best of both worlds between IPMI-like management and fan control
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    LGA 1700 Alder Lake "Servers"

    Has anyone heard anything about 13th gen support on these W680 boards (esp X13SAE), and whether ECC is still supported on the 13th gen Core chips? edit: just saw Ark pages are up for 13th gen chips showing ECC still supported
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    LGA 1700 Alder Lake "Servers"

    If the manual can be trusted, the non -F version has fan control
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    LGA 1700 Alder Lake "Servers"

    https://www.apacer.com/News/Detail/2022-apacer-ddr5-en This explains why ECC is taking longer - all ddr5 currently on sale is effectively beta hardware
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    LGA 1700 Alder Lake "Servers"

    I don’t care too much about ‘cosmic ray’ style bit flips, as you say on-die ECC is fine for that. I will always buy full ECC after having data loss events where a stick gradually went bad. I am surprised how well a PC can limp along with bad memory, while hosing data. Full ECC will report...
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    LGA 1700 Alder Lake "Servers"

    Am increasingly leaning towards the Gigabyte as well. It is nice to see an Aspeed IPMI that takes advantage of the fancy fan control the chip is capable of, rather than hamstringing it with presets as Supermicro do. Some of the issues i've run into with gigabyte: 970A-UD3P: Noisy USB with high...
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    LGA 1700 Alder Lake "Servers"

    The IPMI looks impressive, lots of screenshots here https://download.gigabyte.com/FileList/Manual/server_manual_mgt_console_user_guide_ami_v1.x.pdf. It seems to be real IPMI, unlike e.g. ASUS Control Center Express RTL8117 Nothing jumps out at me as missing compared to SM, and the fan control...
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    LGA 1700 Alder Lake "Servers"

    Can't wait for one of these boards to actually become available to purchase for an average consumer (and/or for DDR5 ECC RAM to be possible to buy) Some other ones that I haven't seen mentioned: MW34-SP0 (rev. 1.0) | Server Motherboard - GIGABYTE Global (IPMI with custom fan curve support...