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Guys, just to let you know that i took my video cards (yes, i have TWO GTX 590s) to the Hardware Store and tested them and they work there!!!!
The only problem is that they are not working in my MOBO frown.gif
I think i will have to RMA, anyone knows the warranty period for the Maximus IV Gene Z?

PLease let me know

thanks for all the comments by the way!
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@ Dennybrig  ... sorry to hear mate, you may want to PM one of the ASUS guys ( Raja@ASUS ), and/or go ask on the ROG Forum as a last resort, but IF you decide to RMA your board here's the info you need to know.

 


 

ASUS ROG Support Guide and RMA Procedure - READ THIS FIRST

 

The purpose of this post and thread is to help make the troubleshooting / RMA process a little easier and to shed light on the proper steps you should take and the proper contacts you can go to when you're in need of assistance.

First, I want to make it known that we have several different levels of support here in the forums, and while these global ROG forums cannot support local RMA procedures we can guide you where to go.

@ASUS Names
Those of us with @ASUS in our forum names are ASUS employees (worldwide) who have experience with system troubleshooting so we can offer assistance.

Team ROG
Our forum moderators have Team ROG in their tags. They are volunteers who are an integral part of our community and are happy to provide assistance and guidance as well.

How To Get Better Support on ROG Forums
  • Step 1:
    Search the forums for previous posts about the same issue(s) you're experiencing. The search box is located up in the top right. If you can't find anything about the issue you're having then post about your issue in the sub-forum pertaining to what your issue is.

    There are many users who stop by the forums just to look for issues and will reply with his/her suggestions or known fix, so for the advancement of universal knowledge please post in the forums about your issue / experience.
  • Step 2:
    When posting about your issue, please give as much detail as possible regarding your system configuration and set up, i.e., BIOS version, part number of memory kit, relevant driver set versions, etc. Including a picture or video that helps to describe your problem will also help to decrease the number of back and forth posts trying to get more information. This will also help support your case when you RMA your product. As an example, if you have a Maximus IV Extreme that you're not getting any display on then post in the Maxmius sub-forum including your system configuration and what troubleshooting steps you've tried, i.e., tried using only 1 memory stick, cleared CMOS, tried MemOk button, etc.
  • Step 3:
    If you've already posted in the forum and the feedback you received has not fixed the issue(s), then contact the following @ASUS staff depending on what product you need assistance with. Also, if you do ping any of the ASUS mods or staff, make sure that you include the relevant link of your thread so we can verify and provide feedback within the thread as well as through private message.
  • Step 4:
  • If you need to arrange an RMA please click here to see a list of local service centers: http://support.asus.com/ServiceCenter.aspx?SLanguage=en
Other ASUS Support Avenues:

 


 

ASUS US & Canada RMA Guide

 

ASUS USA and Canada Tech. Support phone/e-mail
Each reseller / retailer of ASUS products will have their own warranty policy, but every ASUS product is also backed by a manufacturer's warranty as well. If you need to return an ASUS product and you're still within the return timeframe at the particular place of purchase then we recommend that you contact the place of purchase first. You can also access our Online Chat Live Support at http://livesupport.asus.com/chat. If you purchased the product from a retail store, the toll free number you can contact is 1-877-339-ASUS (2787). If you purchased an ASUS component product (anything other than notebooks/Eee Family/tablets) at somewhere other than a retail store, i.e., and e-tailer's website, then you can contact our tech support at 812-282-2787. If you purchased an ASUS system product (notebook/Eee Family/tablet) at some place other than a retail store then you can contact our notebook support at 888-678-3688. Customers in Canada who need notebook/Eee Family support can contact us at 1-888-616-2787. Customers in Canada who need motherboard or other component product support can contact us at 1-905-370-2787. Remember that it is always good to provide proof of pictures and videos. Remember that our latest motherboards offer UEFI bios which allow you to take screen shots simply by pressing F12 and saving them to a USB storage device. Every bit helps Whether its for troubleshooting or to help provide evidence during an RMA process, or even to show proof that a product may have come back in a worse condition than when it was sent out. This will help eliminate downtime for everyone.

ASUS North America Premium RMA Service
ASUS Premium Service is a limited warranty service allowing cross-ship replacements on qualified motherboard models.

In order to perform a Advance Swap Program for cross-ship of replacement, you will have to provide ASUS with a valid credit card.

The non-functional or defective parts must be returned to ASUS within 14 days of submitting the warranty replacement request.

Please call ASUS Customer Service (+1-510-739-3777) for additional information.

ASUS North America Graphics Card Warranty & RMA

Graphics Card Support Page

Email Tech Support: http://vip.asus.com/eservice/techserv.aspx

RMA Request Form: http://vip.asus.com/eservice/usa_rmaserv.aspx

Phone Tech Support:

Monday - Friday
5:30am - 9pm PST
Saturday - Sunday
6am - 3pm PST

Support department is closed on most recognized holidays.
Phone: 1-812-282-ASUS (2787)
For expedited service, please fill out this form: http://vip.asus.com/eservice/usa_techserv.aspx

ASUS North America Notebook Support page

http://livesupport.asus.com/products...k support page

Email Tech Support:
http://vip.asus.com/eservice/techserv.aspx

Phone Tech Support:
24 hours a day
7 days a week
Phone: 1-888-678-3688
For expedited service, please fill out this form: http://vip.asus.com/eservice/usa_techserv.aspx

Live Support Chat:
http://livesupport.asus.com/backend/...t.aspx?ref=&d=

RMA Request Form:
http://vip.asus.com/eservice/usa_rmaserv.aspx

http://livesupport.asus.com/backend/...t.aspx?ref=&d=

ASUS North America Motherboard Support page

Motherboard support page

Email Tech Support: http://vip.asus.com/eservice/techserv.aspx

RMA Request Form: http://vip.asus.com/eservice/usa_rmaserv.aspx

Live Chat Support: http://livesupport.asus.com/backend/...t.aspx?ref=&d=

Phone Tech Support
Monday - Friday
5:30am - 9pm PST
Saturday - Sunday
6am - 3pm PST
Support department is closed on most recognized holidays.

Phone: 1-812-282-ASUS(2787)
For expedited service, please fill out this form: http://vip.asus.com/eservice/usa_techserv.aspx

 

   
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hay Guys...i just update my OC @ 51 GHz......high fast speed for gamer with asus maximus iv gene z.....

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I hate you. yes... I'm jealous.
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Our HIGHEST Gene-Z  OC'er is  wumpus  at  5.7 GHz @ 1.6v

 

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Hi...

I will buy V9 soon... thumb.gif

My motherboard is ASUS Maximus IV GeneZ Gen 3 (ordered )thumb.gif


My Water Cooler may be Thermaltake Bigwater A80 or Frio OCK

1.My motherboard will fit ( work) with this casing ?? (uATX Form Factor 9.6 inch x 9.6 inch ( 24.4 cm x 24.4 cm ) (miaro atx ))

2.Where to mount A80 fan ??? (remove rear fan ??)
    
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Guys the MOBO works after all!!!!! LA KINGS FAN thanks for all the support. last night i realized that there was one DVI port that i did not tried and that was the one i should have connected to make it work! Just one new problem arised and is that when certain software runs (like the startup windows warning sayin that you might have an illegitimate version of windows) the screen goes black and i have to disconect the hdmi cable from the video card, connect the hdmi out from the MOBO and then connect the video card again, and it works then. Do you know what might be causing this, i feel like eitger the TV or the software send a signal to my video card to "sleep" and it finds out difficult to come back, is there a setting i should modify to avoid this? Please let me know!
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I like my Gene but I find it hard to believe that a company would sell it with the software not working.
Has any one got the AI suit to work ? I want to be able to adjust the bclk in the os. I have posted this before but I feel there s got to be a way to get it to work, I installed the patch with no luck.
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Hi...
I will buy V9 soon... thumb.gif
My motherboard is ASUS Maximus IV GeneZ Gen 3 (ordered )thumb.gif
My Water Cooler may be Thermaltake Bigwater A80 or Frio OCK
1.My motherboard will fit ( work) with this casing ?? (uATX Form Factor 9.6 inch x 9.6 inch ( 24.4 cm x 24.4 cm ) (miaro atx ))
2.Where to mount A80 fan ??? (remove rear fan ??)

Hi.

I'd suggest get a better case than that, the V9 is very limited to space and doesn't have space for LCS inside.
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Has anyone noticed that VCCSA and VCCIO are tied together on the MIVGZ? As in, you cannot change them independently?

This is strange because the Intel default voltage for VCCSA is something like 0.925V, while the default for VCCIO is around 1.050V. And I've read that VCCSA was not supposed to be changed because it is the system agent voltage and powers a lot of different parts?

So essentially, on the MIVGZ, even if you do not overclock at all, the VCCSA is going to be running at the same voltage as VCCIO, meaning VCCSA is always running out of spec by around 0.125V. I wonder if this will have any long-term effects on the CPU.


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System Agent Voltage should NOT be touched, it is supposed to be a fixed voltage, and it powers many things that the VCC does not power. One of the most important is the Power Control Unit (PCU) which controls internal power allocation of the processor.

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I'm trying to take screenshots of my bios. however my flash drive is not showing up. Anyone know what format it needs to be?
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