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which method did you use to adj vcore? just bump with manual... or offset mode.. or?
still havent had the time to oc mine..but tonight I should...was thinking about the offset method... after first just using rialto's simple 2 step method biggrin.gif

i just did the manual method, if you set it to x.m.p it sets itself into manual, i just added a bit , 0.025 or so
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It finally arrived! The Lian Li UC-01 USB 3.0 to Internal 20-Pin converter. I hoped it was flexible so I could bend it 90 degrees but nope. No matter it still looks..well..you don't see it, so that's good. And it works, which is better. Small con is that it doesn't lock into place (would be handier) but I'm not gonna shake the case biggrin.gif
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Ok guys i seriously need some help now. Bought new keyboard today with backlight (QPAD MK-85) and in some reason when i turn pc off keyboard backlight still remains on. Any ideas?
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Ok guys i seriously need some help now. Bought new keyboard today with backlight (QPAD MK-85) and in some reason when i turn pc off keyboard backlight still remains on. Any ideas?

Try different USB ports.

Both front & back
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Should of mentioned that tried all ports allready and backlight still remains on at all of those, numlock light does go off. Is there some setting in bios/uefi that turns on/off usb power?
Edited by johnnyw - 12/22/11 at 1:13pm
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Should of mentioned that tried all ports allready and backlight still remains on at all of those, numlock light does go off. Is there some setting in bios/uefi that turns on/off usb power?

I have the same thing with my mouse. I just turn off the PSU.
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Very Nice keyboard, First full rollover on USB? i really like qpad. Seriously considering this myself. to got with my rat9
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i just did the manual method, if you set it to x.m.p it sets itself into manual, i just added a bit , 0.025 or so
hmm.. setting the Memory to x.m.p makes it go to manual? then does it stay at whatever vcore all the time.. or does it still step down when idle?
Because Im going to finally work on my OC tonight.. and was going to use Rialto's simple 2 step method.... but wouldn't want to loose the step down ability when idle..

hmmm...

Coincidentally... seems kind of odd.. my idle vcore is 1.24 @ 1.600 idle ( and 34c )

seems others say their like 1.1 or less

anything to worry about?

Interesting as well, that the RoG CPUID is about 10 degrees less CPU temps than OC3D HWare Monitor shows...
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i just did the manual method, if you set it to x.m.p it sets itself into manual, i just added a bit , 0.025 or so
I got mine set to xmp with offset .It throttles down to around .976 v at 1600 Mhz at 4.4Ghz its 1.328...
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Ya I ordered some 8-8-8-24 1.5 ram that are z68 specific
Even if i run ram at jdec 1.5 9-9-9-24-2t 1333
i can bench but its not stable will report more when ram arrives
But From my 2 days with it so far I LOVE THIS BOARD!!!! Puts the ud5 to shame imo uefi is amazing I couldnt even boot into windows at 5.0 on the ud5 and if i moved block at all it wouldn't post i can oc block on this board to 1.7 and post fine biggrin.gif
Once i get all the kinks worked out it should be GTG:D
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@  solar0987

I'm just trying to get you SOME sort of answer and start the ball rolling on others helping you too ...
so forgive my not thinking at 100% right this second drunken.gif long night last night,  but the sms bus controller ?  you're the FIRST person I think to have a System Management Bus Controller issue ?

This is how you should go about getting the MoBo up and running {getting Drivers loaded up} ...

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Should I download the drivers out of their site or the cd that comes with the motherboard?


How to install drivers =

CD first ... because you'll need the NIC driver to go online ... then you can decide if you want to update the BIOS and other drivers, SOME people are still running on the Original BIOS w/o problems, others updated and had issues, other updated and got rid of issues ... it's for sure a YMMV kinda thing.

Steps I took: ... others might have done it differently ?
- assemble your system, but leave INTERNET disconnected
- turn on/Boot up your system

- do a CLEAN install of Win7 on your SSD/HDD

- install NIC/LAN drivers from Asus Support CD

- NOW Connect to the INTERNET & run windows updates

- install drivers & apps from Asus Support CD or from ASUS Website

- decide about BIOS/driver updates off Asus website support (Install the ones you want)
Hope that helps


 

EDIT Also, as far as fixing up the FRONT PAGE FIRST POST ...  I've decided to just WAIT a few days and let the fine OCN people figure out all the messes they made and fix them, before I go trying to correct all the stuff again for not, as they may make corrections that overwrite my fixes and I don't really want to be wasting my time and effort ... thanks for understanding rolleyes.gif



Ok I'm having the same issues as solar had, but I didn't see a solution posted. I can't find drivers for my SM Bus Controller and my computer will shut off under any load like gaming and big installs. I think I've had every issue this motherboard can toss at me. I just want it to run stable now.
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