@Leondre and @Weapon which ECC Ram are you using?
I used Kingston 32GB ECC modules.
And I had absolutely no problems with Supermicro but I had trouble with Asus W680.
I had two different 13700K.
With the Supermicro-Board I got every combination of CPU with RAM modules to run.
The Asus Board...
Everyone with a 13900K in this thread is okay with ASUS W680 and ECC and everyone 13700K and slower has trouble.
I think this is because of silicon lottery.
I hope that ASUS is able to fix this in the new firmware.
ECC is a demanding task for the memory controller.
For future servers I think...
You need to have DDR5 ECC and one DDR5 non ECC at hand.
Because if you boot into a bad combination you simply replace the ECC with the non ECC and you are able to boot again.
You can orientate yourself with CL tRCD tRP tRAS because there is a one-to-one mapping between the Asus BIOS and this...
This one seems to have even more room:
Fractal Design Define 7 XL Black TG Light Tint ab € 207,22 (2023) | Preisvergleich Geizhals Deutschland
When you count the number of maximum PCIe cards
Silverstone Seta Q1 has 7 slot placeholder
Fractal design has 9 slot placeholder
so more room for the...
The Asus W680 was really tricky to setup.
I basically read out the subtimings of the X13SAE and set this timings on the Asus W680 BIOS
And afterwards I had memorycorrection 5
It is now a Windows Server 2022 machine and working really fine.
The X13SAE is now my developer machine (both the...
Sorry for being a little late.
But can you tell me your CPU?
AFAIK you need a 13900 / 13700 / 13600 / 12900 / 12700 with or without K for ECC.
13700 with ECC in the specs:
Intel® Core™ i7-13700 Processor (30M Cache, up to 5.20 GHz) Product Specifications
13400 no ECC in the specs...
Supermicro reported correctly.
It is not a problem with Intel or Kingston.
Asus has not a single ECC recommendation on the QVL list but says on the Homepage they are supporting ECC.
This MoBos price tag is very high so I want them to deliver - and ECC is the only differentiating factor...
13700K and Kingston KSM48E40BD8KM-32HM in an Asus WS W680 I get 'totalwidth' 80bit
13700K and Kingston KSM48E40BD8KM-32HM in a Supermicro X13SAE I get 'totalwidth' 72bit
This is the screenshot from the X13SAE. In the other thread is a screenshot from the Asus board.
The Asus Board is...
Kingston UDIMM ECC KSM48E40BD8KM-32HM
inside a Supermicro X13SAE 72 bit wide
inside a Asus WS W680 80 bit wide
but in Windows when you call the wmic command in a powershell both Mobo says "5" single bit error correction.
I have a 13700K with X13SAE and Noctua NH-D15
Firmware BIOS 2.0a
With ECC you can run DDR5 4400
This Board is not meant for heavy OCing but it runs the CPU in a TDP area over 140W to 160W (my guess).
Cinebench R23 score is 10% lower than on a Z790 board but this is more because of the DDR5 ECC...
This are domain-joined workstations
But I am considering creating a new account on that device and "Microsoft-account-joining" this new account.
I have to test this first with a less "mission critical" workstation.
I had the chance to exchange CPU from PC1 with CPU from PC2.
Supermicro X13SAE with i7-13700Kstrong (this seems to be the one with the better/more robust integrated Memcontroller)
Asus WS W680 with i7-13700Kweak
When I install i7-13700Kweak into the Supermicro Board it is booting...
I have two KSM48E40BD8KM-32HM and the Asus WS W680 here.
and a Core i7 13700K
And it isn't running.
If I put only one DIMM into the Socket it is booting but with ridiculous fast RAM timings(normal for fast DDR5-RAM but too fast for DDR5-ECC).
One DIMM is even memtest stable.
But if you are...
Mainboard is Supermicro X13SAE-F
CPU is Intel i7-13700K
Mainboard firmware is 2.0
RAM is 2 x Kingston Server Premiere DDR5 ECC 32GB KSM48E40BD8KM-32HM
Memtest is version 10.2
Memoryerrorcorrection in Windows is 5
I hope this is helping a little bit
(Memtest 10.0 didn't recognize this...