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ASUS ROG Rampage V Edition 10 Motherboard

Gushy
Level 7
Hello,
i consider to buy ASUS ROG Rampage V Edition 10 Motherboard. I have 2 questions if i may.

1. I have Intel xeon E5-1650v4 6core 12treads 3.6Ghz will fit ?
2. SSD: 2 x Samsung 960GB PM863A SSD
So i have 2 of those, but i see only 1 slot on the motherboard.
There is a way to install second M.2 SSD ?

Kind Regards
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Arne_Saknussemm
Level 40
Here is the CPU compatibility list...that CPU is on it
https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/ROG-RAMPAGE-V-EDITION-10/HelpDesk_CPU/

You can install the other SSD on a PCIe card I guess? Depends on what else you put in PCIe lanes etc. Have a good look at the manual

Gushy
Level 7
OO yes 🙂
Thank you 🙂
Processor fits and i can get extention for the SSD 🙂

Thank you!

Koutport
Level 7
Gushy wrote:
Hello,
i consider to buy ASUS ROG Rampage V Edition 10 Motherboard. I have 2 questions if i may.

1. I have Intel xeon E5-1650v4 6core 12treads 3.6Ghz will fit ?
2. SSD: 2 x Samsung 960GB PM863A SSD
So i have 2 of those, but i see only 1 slot on the motherboard.
There is a way to install second M.2 SSD ?

Kind Regards


Hello
Only one M2 slot support this mobo.I try with an Asus PCI extension M2 card but the RAID option didnt work with the 2 M2 samsung 960 PRO ssds.Only works separately.
Cheers,
Μobo:ROG STRIX Z790-F GAMING WIFI-CPU:Intel Core i9-14900K-Cooler:EKW-EK-KIT RGB 360-RAM:G.SKILL Trident Z5 DDR5-6400 CL32 64GB(4 x 16 GB)-GPU:ASUS GeForce® ASUS ROG STRIX GAMING RTX-3080Ti-#43; EKW-EK-KIT 480 RGB -PSU:Corsair HX1200i:HDD:Samsung M2 980 PRO with heatsink 2TB+Samsung 990 PRO 2 TB RAID-0 +Asus RAIDR Express 240GB- Case:Thermaltake View 91 Tempered Glass RGB Editionx

Chino
Level 15
Gushy wrote:
Hello,
i consider to buy ASUS ROG Rampage V Edition 10 Motherboard. I have 2 questions if i may.

1. I have Intel xeon E5-1650v4 6core 12treads 3.6Ghz will fit ?
2. SSD: 2 x Samsung 960GB PM863A SSD
So i have 2 of those, but i see only 1 slot on the motherboard.
There is a way to install second M.2 SSD ?

Kind Regards


That's a normal 2.5" SATA SSD isn't it?

AmIgone
Level 7
Gushy wrote:
Hello,
i consider to buy ASUS ROG Rampage V Edition 10 Motherboard. I have 2 questions if i may.

1. I have Intel xeon E5-1650v4 6core 12treads 3.6Ghz will fit ?
2. SSD: 2 x Samsung 960GB PM863A SSD
So i have 2 of those, but i see only 1 slot on the motherboard.
There is a way to install second M.2 SSD ?

Kind Regards


Well I've had the MB since 12/2016 and all I can say is, I would not recommend the board to anyone. Maybe all of the driver issues have been resolved but I had so many problems with the board updating to drivers that don't work or cause other problems, I just gave up. I have a somewhat stable system now that I'm afraid to try any new drivers or software that Asus puts out. Biggest waste of $550 bucks I ever seen. For this reason I will never buy another Asus product, ever. Knowing what I know now, I wouldn't even take the board if someone gave it to me for free. Good luck.

AmIgone wrote:
Well I've had the MB since 12/2016 and all I can say is, I would not recommend the board to anyone. Maybe all of the driver issues have been resolved but I had so many problems with the board updating to drivers that don't work or cause other problems, I just gave up. I have a somewhat stable system now that I'm afraid to try any new drivers or software that Asus puts out. Biggest waste of $550 bucks I ever seen. For this reason I will never buy another Asus product, ever. Knowing what I know now, I wouldn't even take the board if someone gave it to me for free. Good luck.



Hello Amlgone,
I own this board from 06/2016 and I have not any any issues (the SupremeFX Hi-Fi has an small issue the intensity of microphone)
The problems with the AIsuite 3 were resolved with the new versions 1.05.14 & 1.05.13.
I run the 6950X at 4200 with no problems and issues at all!
Asus help us as far as possible ,but all of us must be more careful with our problems and the solution is certain!
ASUS it is not accidental No 1 manufacturing company for motherboards!:o:o
Regards
George
Μobo:ROG STRIX Z790-F GAMING WIFI-CPU:Intel Core i9-14900K-Cooler:EKW-EK-KIT RGB 360-RAM:G.SKILL Trident Z5 DDR5-6400 CL32 64GB(4 x 16 GB)-GPU:ASUS GeForce® ASUS ROG STRIX GAMING RTX-3080Ti-#43; EKW-EK-KIT 480 RGB -PSU:Corsair HX1200i:HDD:Samsung M2 980 PRO with heatsink 2TB+Samsung 990 PRO 2 TB RAID-0 +Asus RAIDR Express 240GB- Case:Thermaltake View 91 Tempered Glass RGB Editionx

Korth
Level 14
I still have two X99 R5E mobos with Xeon E5-1680-3 CPUs, they work fine, they're even overclocked from 3.2GHz/3.8GHz to a flat 4.4GHz.
Your E5-1650-4 part is Broadwell-EP, so be sure to update the R5E10 BIOS to at least the minimum version needed to support Broadwell-E.
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Vlada011
Level 10
Rampage V Extreme and Rampage V Edition 10 are far best X99 motherboards.
So much that I sorry for people who payed 500$ for other options.
I understand when someone could afford only cheapest mobo to build some platform with good CPU.
But spending 500$ when RVE price was 450$ because USB3.1 Gen 2 and lights was mistake.
Now is available USB 3.1 External HDD and no one probably have because price for 1TB USB3.1 WD could buy almost three 4TB USB 3.0 WD external HDD, 10-12TB in total storage USB 3.0. for 1TB USB 3.1 i love fast transfer, but for so big difference I will wait 5-10 seconds more.
That mean even with USB 3.1 I will invest in My Passport Ultra Metal (2017 13.5mm) 2TB USB 3.0 External + WD 4TB Black 256MB and price of two of them will be less than one My Passport 1TB USB 3.1.

I searched for Monoblock for my RVE and I was ready to pay 150e and than I recognize for 400 euro RVE10 + RGB Monoblock (nothing like that is launched ever, so beautiful and silver-black combination is by far best on market). After I sold my RVE that was free update on RVE10, only RGB Monoblock cost me.
But now is problem... i9-7900X is cheaper than i7-6900K and I want at least i7-5960X.
But replacing RVE10 is only possible with RVIE.

We can say X99 is nicer, X299 no thermal paste, but X299 with huge line of processor with 10-18 cores will serve years.
I mean they work on 4.6-4.7GHz, what could be problem. Improvements will be 20-25% for next generations. That's nothing, that's catchable with 2 more cores.

I'm very sorry if some people have problems with Rampage X99. I really had luck RVE served me 2.5 years.
Combination of hardware, impatience, bad luck, bad hardware sample influence to people get wrong experience sometimes.
I was scared when I bought RVE so much that I didn't to save 60euro and import from Hungary, I bought in my town, close to me because I expect to something happen.
But I was aware in same time that better not exist.

Now I plan to extend life time of X99 but price and availability of Broadwell-E or 8 core Haswell-E make me to worry.
Question is did I made mistake, maybe I could sell X99 before I upgrade board and buy Rampage VI Apex.
It's fact that now I would be without Monoblock and my pocket would be less for arround 400-500 euro.
I would be much happier to find some i7-5960X or later i7-6950X ES or OEM or something for cheap price.
But people want them , there is buyers for Broadwell-E I look Ebay, price reach higher price than new i7-7820X and i9-7900X.
Price of RVE10 is still over 350euro.

There is a lot people who now invest in RVE in good condition arround 180-200$ and buy i7-6850K for 200-220$. 16GB of 2666-3200MHz and Perfect for gaming.
Many of them still no confidence in AMD and Intel is somehow more secure for them.