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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/09/27 16:54:36 (permalink)
I actually used the cables from the 1200w.  Apparently, some say to only use the cables that come with the PSU.  At least that tells me that my PSU cables were probably fine.
 
Well, I took the Noctua off as well as the CPU and took a picture of the pins that I'll send to the service tech.  It's all back together again now.  Oddly, it looks like the CPU is running just a bit cooler than before.  Probably got a better coverage of the thermal paste.  When I took the Noctua off, I did notice some places that didn't have thermal paste coverage...and oddly more in the center, even though I put down a center pea dot, as well as smaller ones on the corners.  

> PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G5
> Mainboard: EVGA Z690 CLASSIFIED (BIOS v1.10 6/21/2022)
> CPU: Intel Core i7-12700K
> Cooling: Noctua NH-U12A
> Physical Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5, 32 GB [2x16GB], 5600MhHz
> Physical Memory Model#: CMT32GX5M2B5600C36W
> Main Monitor: LG UHD 4K 32" [Model:32UN500-W.AUS]
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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/09/27 17:27:00 (permalink)
Yes then your original cables are good. To your credit you did a lot of work to solve the problem.
 
That paste pattern is not so odd for the 12th gen Intel processors. When B0ba sees this he'll probably tell you that pattern is the result of the infamous Intel ILM problem.
The independent loading mechanism for the 12th gen cpu's tends to flex the cpu heat spreader and cause partial incomplete contact with your cooler's cold plate.
It drove him nuts trying to correct the problem.
 
Here's one of the pictures he posted

 
That thread is interesting if you have the time to read through it.
https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/3563081
 
post edited by frankd3 - 2022/09/27 17:29:52

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/09/27 18:28:22 (permalink)
Yeah....it seems to run fairly cool, none the less.  Just have this website open only.  Temp on the motherboard says 28C.

> PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G5
> Mainboard: EVGA Z690 CLASSIFIED (BIOS v1.10 6/21/2022)
> CPU: Intel Core i7-12700K
> Cooling: Noctua NH-U12A
> Physical Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5, 32 GB [2x16GB], 5600MhHz
> Physical Memory Model#: CMT32GX5M2B5600C36W
> Main Monitor: LG UHD 4K 32" [Model:32UN500-W.AUS]
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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/09/27 18:34:33 (permalink)
Just to clarify, that picture above is not mine, but pulled from the internet. Too much paste in all those pictures, in my opinion.

I did have at least one good picture of proper paste spread in that thread though.

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/09/27 20:35:32 (permalink)
I was thinking there was too much paste on those.  
 
Anyway, I did send them the image of my CPU socket pins.  Hopefully they can get an idea out of the image.  My phone doesn't take the best images.
 
Question.  It seems I'll have to RMA this motherboard and it will be replaced with another Classified.  Would it be worth doing [if it is something that can be done, that is] to upgrade to the Kingpin, or would that require me to refigure a bunch of stuff?  If I get another Classified, I guess all I need to do is put the CPU, hard drives, cables, etc on the new board and it should work, right?
 
Another question.  Is there anything I could have set up incorrectly that would cause these problems?
post edited by RAVENEVGA - 2022/09/28 04:04:41

> PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G5
> Mainboard: EVGA Z690 CLASSIFIED (BIOS v1.10 6/21/2022)
> CPU: Intel Core i7-12700K
> Cooling: Noctua NH-U12A
> Physical Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5, 32 GB [2x16GB], 5600MhHz
> Physical Memory Model#: CMT32GX5M2B5600C36W
> Main Monitor: LG UHD 4K 32" [Model:32UN500-W.AUS]
> Second Monitor: Samsung C27F591 [Model:LC27F591FDN]
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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/09/28 06:23:45 (permalink)
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Just to clarify, that picture above is not mine, but pulled from the internet. Too much paste in all those pictures, in my opinion.

I did have at least one good picture of proper paste spread in that thread though.

Sorry about that
Should have just posted a link.
post edited by frankd3 - 2022/09/28 06:25:32

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/09/28 11:16:19 (permalink)
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Just to clarify, that picture above is not mine, but pulled from the internet. Too much paste in all those pictures, in my opinion.

I did have at least one good picture of proper paste spread in that thread though.

Sorry about that
Should have just posted a link.



No worries! I just wanted to clarify that those are not...ideal. I was on my phone when I posted that comment, otherwise I would have just given the actual picture of a pretty good paste spread, as it looks when removing the cooler:

Raven, as you can see, the cooler squishes out a lot of the paste, so seeing what look like bare spots in the middle (where it has been squished away) is pretty normal. I'm assuming that's what you meant, anyway. I didn't have any coverage on the lower left corner in that picture, but the rest of the CPU was covered pretty well.
 
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I was thinking there was too much paste on those.  
 
Anyway, I did send them the image of my CPU socket pins.  Hopefully they can get an idea out of the image.  My phone doesn't take the best images.
 
Question.  It seems I'll have to RMA this motherboard and it will be replaced with another Classified.  Would it be worth doing [if it is something that can be done, that is] to upgrade to the Kingpin, or would that require me to refigure a bunch of stuff?  If I get another Classified, I guess all I need to do is put the CPU, hard drives, cables, etc on the new board and it should work, right?
 
Another question.  Is there anything I could have set up incorrectly that would cause these problems?




OK, for the swap. They have two ways to do the RMA, one is you take it out of the case (remove all the CPU, M.2 SSDs (careful removing those slowly because the thermal pads can be sticky and cause the m.2 drive to bend...slow and steady when lifting), cables, etc.,) put the plastic socket guard in the socket, box it up, mail it out...wait some period of time for it to get to them, have them inspect it, then ship you a replacement. Do your install of all the parts like new.
 
Option 2: cross-ship. This one you have to put down collateral (I think it's the price of a new board now), they ship you a motherboard in a basic box (no accessories). You receive that, swap out your motherboard, get yourself up and running with the new board, then ship your old one back in the basic box (keeping all your accessories). They inspect the returned board and return your collateral payment. I personally like this option because there's barely any down-time and if there is some kind of issue with the replacement board, you can just call them immediately and get approval to send that one back while they mail you a second replacement and you can keep using your old one in the meantime, as much as it lets you anyway. You just have to wait a couple weeks to get your money back.
 
As for the actual hardware swapping, the physical part is pretty straight-forward, just be careful not to damage the CPU socket on the old board when you disassemble things. With either method described above, when you receive the replacement board, look the whole thing over before you start doing anything with it. Check that the CPU socket pins all look normal/straight (all aligned with each other). Check that other connectors on the board are not damaged or that there's no other issues you can see with the replacement board. If the CPU socket pins all look good and you don't see any other issues, go ahead and get it into your system. A general recommendation often given is to do a test run where you hook up your boot drive, CPU, memory, and the CPU cooler with the motherboard sitting on the box or something temporary (before you put it into your case) to make sure it works well before you go through all the hassle of installing it into your case. This is totally up to you. If you find an issue, you've saved yourself a bunch of time and effort. If you don't find any issues, you've cost yourself a little time and effort lol.

So, Windows and all your drivers and software are still going to be on your boot drive. All your settings and software/files are there, not tied to the motherboard. That said, there may be some slight differences in the IC's on the motherboard, so it wouldn't hurt to re-download the drivers from the support site and just re-install those from scratch. Windows update may also re-install some things and you should be good to go. The only thing you have to completely start from scratch on is your BIOS. This is where I was suggesting you go through the BIOS screens on your current motherboard and take screenshots to either your phone, or press F12 and save them to a USB stick that you can put into another computer while you set up the BIOS on your new motherboard. You may also want to download BIOS 1.15 ahead of time just incase the replacement board doesn't have the latest one on it.
 
Hopefully that answers all your questions, but we'll be here. Good luck!

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/09/28 14:32:25 (permalink)
Thanks again, guys.  Option #2 definitely seems to be the way to go.  
 
As for "upgrading to the Kingpin", assuming I'd even want to do that, is that something they would entertain?  Would I even want to do that to begin with?  

> PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G5
> Mainboard: EVGA Z690 CLASSIFIED (BIOS v1.10 6/21/2022)
> CPU: Intel Core i7-12700K
> Cooling: Noctua NH-U12A
> Physical Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5, 32 GB [2x16GB], 5600MhHz
> Physical Memory Model#: CMT32GX5M2B5600C36W
> Main Monitor: LG UHD 4K 32" [Model:32UN500-W.AUS]
> Second Monitor: Samsung C27F591 [Model:LC27F591FDN]
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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/09/28 14:39:09 (permalink)
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Thanks again, guys.  Option #2 definitely seems to be the way to go.  
 
As for "upgrading to the Kingpin", assuming I'd even want to do that, is that something they would entertain?  Would I even want to do that to begin with?  




Sorry, I forgot about that question. I don't think they'll do that. They used to have a step-up program, but I'm not sure what motherboards have qualified for that for some time now and I'm not sure if step-up is even a thing for EVGA anymore. Anyway, beyond that I don't think they'd do it, I don't think you'd gain any benefit from it as you don't do any overclocking. It's 100% geared towards overclockers with a super-powered VRM and the two-DIMM slots set up for maximum memory speed. Unless you're thinking about picking up a new hobby, I don't think the cost difference would be worth it for you at all.

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/09/28 20:05:22 (permalink)
That's cool.  Thanks for the insight.  
 
I asked this before as well,...but do you think there could have been something I did wrong in my build that would have caused these issues, or is it safe to say that it is  just a faulty motherboard?
 
Also, I did begin the RMA process.  I am doing the cross-ship option.

> PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G5
> Mainboard: EVGA Z690 CLASSIFIED (BIOS v1.10 6/21/2022)
> CPU: Intel Core i7-12700K
> Cooling: Noctua NH-U12A
> Physical Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5, 32 GB [2x16GB], 5600MhHz
> Physical Memory Model#: CMT32GX5M2B5600C36W
> Main Monitor: LG UHD 4K 32" [Model:32UN500-W.AUS]
> Second Monitor: Samsung C27F591 [Model:LC27F591FDN]
> Video Card: EVGA 3080 Ti FTW3 ULTRA
> Case: Lian Li O11 Dynamic XL


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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/09/29 04:54:49 (permalink)
If your cpu socket pins look fine, than no, I don't have any reason to think you caused this.

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/09/29 06:32:26 (permalink)
I wanted B0bagaoosh to answer first. Heck I didn't think of the pins!
 
I couldn't think of anything you could have done to cause all those problems.
 
But in my limited experience when there are several weird problems all at once you have to start looking for what can be the common cause.
The two main components that can affect everything all at once are the motherboard and power supply.
I kept blaming my overclocking settings for my problems because I was new to overclocking and it took a long time for me to learn the above lesson.
 
post edited by frankd3 - 2022/09/29 06:34:38

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/09/29 07:14:23 (permalink)
If you have to unplug and plug your Keyboard for it to function again you have same problem I had. is not going to be fix by bios nor anything else but good old fashion RMA. That how I fix my Keyboard.

 
  
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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/09/29 14:03:28 (permalink)
lastsamurairick, yup.  It's gonna be a bit of a pain, but sometimes it must be done.  Just my dumb luck that I need to RMA a major component on my very first computer build.
 
 

> PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G5
> Mainboard: EVGA Z690 CLASSIFIED (BIOS v1.10 6/21/2022)
> CPU: Intel Core i7-12700K
> Cooling: Noctua NH-U12A
> Physical Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5, 32 GB [2x16GB], 5600MhHz
> Physical Memory Model#: CMT32GX5M2B5600C36W
> Main Monitor: LG UHD 4K 32" [Model:32UN500-W.AUS]
> Second Monitor: Samsung C27F591 [Model:LC27F591FDN]
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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/05 13:49:53 (permalink)
I should have the new motherboard coming in some time this evening.  Just so I am certain, this is the BIOS I'll want to use, right?
 
121-AL-E698-KR - EVGA Z690 CLASSIFIED - v1.15
 
 

> PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G5
> Mainboard: EVGA Z690 CLASSIFIED (BIOS v1.10 6/21/2022)
> CPU: Intel Core i7-12700K
> Cooling: Noctua NH-U12A
> Physical Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5, 32 GB [2x16GB], 5600MhHz
> Physical Memory Model#: CMT32GX5M2B5600C36W
> Main Monitor: LG UHD 4K 32" [Model:32UN500-W.AUS]
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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/05 13:51:11 (permalink)
yes, 1.15 is the latest stable bios.

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/05 13:59:10 (permalink)
I have it downloaded onto my flash drive [only file currently on this flash drive] ready for when the new MB has been installed.  
 
Thanks as always, B0baganoosh!  

> PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G5
> Mainboard: EVGA Z690 CLASSIFIED (BIOS v1.10 6/21/2022)
> CPU: Intel Core i7-12700K
> Cooling: Noctua NH-U12A
> Physical Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5, 32 GB [2x16GB], 5600MhHz
> Physical Memory Model#: CMT32GX5M2B5600C36W
> Main Monitor: LG UHD 4K 32" [Model:32UN500-W.AUS]
> Second Monitor: Samsung C27F591 [Model:LC27F591FDN]
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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/06 16:47:20 (permalink)
I installed the new motherboard, but while I was checking out the system, it again froze like before, then rebooted.  What the flipping hell is going on??  I am at a loss.  I sent a message to the service tech.  

> PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G5
> Mainboard: EVGA Z690 CLASSIFIED (BIOS v1.10 6/21/2022)
> CPU: Intel Core i7-12700K
> Cooling: Noctua NH-U12A
> Physical Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5, 32 GB [2x16GB], 5600MhHz
> Physical Memory Model#: CMT32GX5M2B5600C36W
> Main Monitor: LG UHD 4K 32" [Model:32UN500-W.AUS]
> Second Monitor: Samsung C27F591 [Model:LC27F591FDN]
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> Case: Lian Li O11 Dynamic XL


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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/07 06:12:56 (permalink)
Got a reply back from the service person.  They said, "Thank you for reporting back. It is highly unlikely that another motherboard sent out would exhibit the same symptoms. I would suggest there may be a problem with the CPU itself. Are you able to test with a replacement? If not I would suggest reaching out to intel in regards to getting warranty through them to rule that out as a culprit of failure."
 
Comments?
 
As for testing with a replacement, I don't think I have one I can do that with.  My nephew's system is using a 12900 Intel for his build, but not sure how I could test with that one. 

If I did replace a CPU, would I have to reinstall things?  Or would it be similar to replacing the motherboard, where saved items would be kept?

> PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G5
> Mainboard: EVGA Z690 CLASSIFIED (BIOS v1.10 6/21/2022)
> CPU: Intel Core i7-12700K
> Cooling: Noctua NH-U12A
> Physical Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5, 32 GB [2x16GB], 5600MhHz
> Physical Memory Model#: CMT32GX5M2B5600C36W
> Main Monitor: LG UHD 4K 32" [Model:32UN500-W.AUS]
> Second Monitor: Samsung C27F591 [Model:LC27F591FDN]
> Video Card: EVGA 3080 Ti FTW3 ULTRA
> Case: Lian Li O11 Dynamic XL


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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/07 08:22:34 (permalink)
RAVENEVGAIf I did replace a CPU, would I have to reinstall things?  Or would it be similar to replacing the motherboard, where saved items would be kept?



swapping CPU will give you a prompt to load the bios, but you can just enter bios, save and exit without any changes if it is configured for the same CPU. as for windows, it doesn't care so long as the drivers are installed for the board.
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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/07 11:03:31 (permalink)
I asked you this in the PM before seeing this reply.  Sounds good.  Thanks!

> PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G5
> Mainboard: EVGA Z690 CLASSIFIED (BIOS v1.10 6/21/2022)
> CPU: Intel Core i7-12700K
> Cooling: Noctua NH-U12A
> Physical Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5, 32 GB [2x16GB], 5600MhHz
> Physical Memory Model#: CMT32GX5M2B5600C36W
> Main Monitor: LG UHD 4K 32" [Model:32UN500-W.AUS]
> Second Monitor: Samsung C27F591 [Model:LC27F591FDN]
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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/08 07:07:45 (permalink)
What really confuses me about all this is how could a CPU cause the situation where my keyboard doesn't work until I unplug it from the back of the PC and plug it back in?
This morning, the first thing that happened was,...the 6 beeps, and my keyboard wasn't working.  I unplugged it, then plugged it back in, then it worked.  Then the system rebooted after a bit.  I was in the bathroom and it did this on its own.  After it booted back up, it froze in the middle of me putting my password in.  During these reboots, I can hear the sound the computer makes when you unplug a peripheral.  Sometimes I'll hear the sound as if I plugged in a peripheral right after that.  
 
That's why I was thinking it was the motherboard.  But obviously, if I got the freezing system and reboot with the replacement, that's not it...but then the keyboard thing.  I just don't get it.  
 
This morning I think the system rebooted itself 3 times and I've not had it on very long.

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/08 08:06:07 (permalink)
You may also have a keyboard problem. I think those are unrelated at this point. I agree with you everything pointed at a motherboard issue, but it seems to persist. At this point you've tested replacements for everything other than the cpu and memory. I know you've done some memtest runs, so I agree that cpu is the next thing to test. If a replacement cpu doesn't do it, I would test one stick of memory at a time and see if the problem continues.

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/08 08:25:33 (permalink)
I'll have to pick up more thermal paste.  Ran out in the swap.  My nephew said I could test with is 12900, so I guess that's the next step.  

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/10 15:18:56 (permalink)
Well damn. 
 
Not the CPU.
 


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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/10 16:27:20 (permalink)
This is nuts. I mean... It seems like you're down to the memory. I don't know why you didn't see it with memtest 64, but we can try memtest86, which is more thorough and checks at boot from a USB drive. You can download it here: https://www.memtest86.com/

I would make a boot disk with that, follow the instructions, and let us know what it tells you after.

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/10 19:12:37 (permalink)
I may try my nephew's memory and see what it does.  But yeah.....this really is nuts.
 
As for the memtest86, are you saying that I should put it on a USB drive and have it inserted when I boot up the system?  I'm not sure I understand.

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/11 03:57:55 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby RAVENEVGA 2022/10/11 07:30:43
That's correct. It will give you instructions when you download it. Just follow the instructions.

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/11 07:34:24 (permalink)
If memory isn't it, could the GPU be the cause?

I have a vertical GPU mount.  What is the possibility that the extension is the problem?  If I replace with my nephew's memory and it still happens, I could mount the GPU straight into the Motherboard and see how that does.

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Re: A few quirks for my system. 2022/10/11 07:54:34 (permalink)
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If memory isn't it, could the GPU be the cause?

I have a vertical GPU mount.  What is the possibility that the extension is the problem?  If I replace with my nephew's memory and it still happens, I could mount the GPU straight into the Motherboard and see how that does.



At this point, I'm not going to say no, but I would say it isn't likely. Testing without the vertical GPU mount is a good idea. I didn't realize you had one of those (or may have forgotten over time). I would have expected a driver error message or some other error/problem other than a complete system reboot with no Blue Screen message if you were having video card issues. Memory is the next test on the list.

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