Not really sure to be honest. b0 could be as it's the same as b7. Hmmm, ... That's interesting, because if I move any RAM-stick from A1 slot to B1 slot I can boot till post code b7 and then it stops. So with b0 it stops on the first slot and with b7 on the last slot as the board has 8 ram slots? Or is this non-sense?Sure thats 60 and not b0? that also would be a memory code... I had that a lot with a broken slot on my Auss board - maybe try another one?
This RAM shouldn't be an issue and shouldn't the reason why I have 4 'dead' boards dying one-by-one during normal testing. The only issue with 2630 v3's is they can just go 1866 instead of 2133Mhz. But I have a 2673v3 here which doesn't do anything else than the 2630v3.Maybe I missed it, but which RAM are you using?
I just thought ...No b0 and b7 are not related to memory slots I think - on the other hand what do I know
I only have the 2630 v3's and a 2673 v3. Both the same issue. I tested it already. Correct, the last two boards worked and just went off at some point. But I have one board which is totally fine and doesn't have/had any hiccups which I did not buy from the eBay seller. I updated the bios there as well but not(!!!) the firmware. All other boards I bought from the eBay-seller I updated bios and firmware. All dying. Hmmm, .... Don't get me wrong I suppose it's not(!!!) the guy's fault. Maybe there's a fw issue.You don't have any other ram or different cpus to test ? On the other hand you said the board worked fine with these exact modules/cpu's and same bios version before it suddenly stopped working, so it shouldn't be a compatibility issue ...
Of course, I did.I am sure you tried a cmos reset, did you?
Thanks, although it seems that my cooler is really preventing easy access with the probes.
I remember there where 4 entries of temp warnings in the log before I upgraded bios & firmware. Facepalm ... I should have saved these log entries. I did not think about it as all boards had the entries when they were delivered. Some had fan errors. The 2x last boards had Noctuas on it, with proper Noctual thermal paste. I never saw readings > 60C even with Pime95 tests. Otherwise, the boards got enough airflow. The one in front of me is not hot anywhere.Should'nt be temp related should it? ie its not working when its warmer?
I thought about it but I can not see from where.Electrical charge buildup somehow?
Logs are always empty. Audit just filled with entries from my access through iKVM.Anything in the log before it powers down? or just gone?
I will check tomorrow. I'm not stressing security guard again tonightIf you have a working on in the office, can you compare iKVM values? Especially voltage since that seems to be high (or quite inaccurately measured)
Yes, ...If you have now replaced all 4 boards - did the other ones work fine after replacement ?
The last two have/had the same issue.All replaced for the same reason (stop working)?
Yes, because whenever I claimed a board is not working, he immediately (almost the same date) sent me another one.You sure you've not gotten one that you sent back?
I would have to re-read the whole conversation. But there was never a real discussion from their side. You could argue, it comes from a render farm and was 4yrs under their 'load'. But aren't these machines normally used for gpu workload?Have you asked the seller if he has any idea re possible root cause?