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I am kind of leaning toward 2 possibilities. First, I'm wondering if it has to do with the fan overtime settings. Did you try disabling fan overtime? I realize this wouldn't account for the gpu fans continuing to spin... but that may just be a fluke. The second possibilty that I think is probably the culprit is i'm wondering if this has to maybe do with the intel rapid smart technology or windows standby modes. As in the OS thinks its powering the system off, but it's really just going into S3 or something. Have you tried disabling the rapid start technology and messing with the power saving options in windows?
Yes I have it disabled in the bios and still no luck, havent disabled the fabs though. Will try thumb.gif
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Yes I have it disabled in the bios and still no luck, havent disabled the fabs though. Will try thumb.gif

There are 3 unique things that likethegun was referring to:

1. Fan overtime (which *should* only run the 2 assist fans)
2. Intel Smart Response Technology (which is the drive caching trick)
3. Intel Rapid Start Technology (which is the smart sleep/restart trick)

There is a 4th here as well called the Intel Smart Connect (which wakes up the computer to check for updates).

The Rapid Start Technology will bring the computer back awake right after you sleep it while it saves off state to the SSD hibernation partition. That will make it seem like the fans are still running, because they are until it finishes.

The Smart Connect does I don't know what because I haven't enabled it.

Numbers 2-3 are configured in the PCH settings in BIOS. Make sure you have that turned off as well as the Fan overtime. Speaking for FanOvertime there is a place in BIOS and in the AISuite to turn that on/off. Make sure it is off in both places just in case.

Hope this helps. Otherwise you have a poltergeist in your BIOS/CMOS and might have to RMA.
    
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There are 3 unique things that likethegun was referring to:
1. Fan overtime (which *should* only run the 2 assist fans)
2. Intel Smart Response Technology (which is the drive caching trick)
3. Intel Rapid Start Technology (which is the smart sleep/restart trick)
There is a 4th here as well called the Intel Smart Connect (which wakes up the computer to check for updates).
The Rapid Start Technology will bring the computer back awake right after you sleep it while it saves off state to the SSD hibernation partition. That will make it seem like the fans are still running, because they are until it finishes.
The Smart Connect does I don't know what because I haven't enabled it.
Numbers 2-3 are configured in the PCH settings in BIOS. Make sure you have that turned off as well as the Fan overtime. Speaking for FanOvertime there is a place in BIOS and in the AISuite to turn that on/off. Make sure it is off in both places just in case.
Hope this helps. Otherwise you have a poltergeist in your BIOS/CMOS and might have to RMA.

Atm I have all of that disabled and still no luck, I posted in the Asus forum but haven't got a reply yet.
May try the cmos jumper.
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Well sometimes I feel like a total moron. I cleared the cmos with the jumper and wouldnt ya know it, shut down just like it should doh.gif .
There are times I would really just like to buttkick.gif myself. rolleyes.gif
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Hey guys I put together my build finally and I have this motherboard.

Its paired up with a i7 3770k, and I'm wondering if someone will help me with overclocking it.

What all do I have to change?

How do I turn off turbo and igpu?

What settings for PLL, LLC, etc.?

Basically, this is my first time overclocking and I would appreciate it if other sabertooth z77 owners would help a newbie out smile.gif

Thx!
    
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It's ALL the case fans and GPU fans that won't turn off. Including any LED lights you have in the case, not just the mini mobo fans.
Has anyone tried rolling back a driver set? Did it work?

Second this. It's every single fan in the case that keeps running as well as my case LEDs. I am also seeing strange behavior with sleep mode. My computer went to sleep while idle this morning and I couldn't wake it. Not via any USB devices and not even by pressing the power button. I held down the power button for a few seconds and everything went off. Then I pressed the power button again and it resumed from sleep, with my open applications still open.

I'll be looking into this today and I'll try some of the suggestions here. I'll let you guys know how it goes.
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Just ran two tests suggested over on the Asus Republic of Gamers forum.
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First test: Drained the motherboard power. I shut down Windows, switched off the power supply, and unplugged the power cord for ten minutes.

Result: No change. I powered back on after ten minutes, let Windows load up fully, then shut down again. All fans kept running and case LEDs stayed lit up after shutdown.
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Second test: Returned the BIOS to defaults. Went into the BIOS (v1015) and pressed F5 to return the BIOS to optimized defaults. Saved the settings and exited with F10.

Result: No change. Windows booted up fully and then I shut down again. Fans stayed running and case LEDs stayed on after shutdown.

So neither of those two suggestions fixed the shut down issue. Next I'm going to go into the BIOS and make sure the following are disabled: Fan Overtime, Intel Smart Response, and Intel Rapid Start.
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Second this. It's every single fan in the case that keeps running as well as my case LEDs. I am also seeing strange behavior with sleep mode. My computer went to sleep while idle this morning and I couldn't wake it. Not via any USB devices and not even by pressing the power button. I held down the power button for a few seconds and everything went off. Then I pressed the power button again and it resumed from sleep, with my open applications still open.
I'll be looking into this today and I'll try some of the suggestions here. I'll let you guys know how it goes.

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Just ran two tests suggested over on the Asus Republic of Gamers forum.
Quote:
First test: Drained the motherboard power. I shut down Windows, switched off the power supply, and unplugged the power cord for ten minutes.
Result: No change. I powered back on after ten minutes, let Windows load up fully, then shut down again. All fans kept running and case LEDs stayed lit up after shutdown.
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Second test: Returned the BIOS to defaults. Went into the BIOS (v1015) and pressed F5 to return the BIOS to optimized defaults. Saved the settings and exited with F10.
Result: No change. Windows booted up fully and then I shut down again. Fans stayed running and case LEDs stayed on after shutdown.
So neither of those two suggestions fixed the shut down issue. Next I'm going to go into the BIOS and make sure the following are disabled: Fan Overtime, Intel Smart Response, and Intel Rapid Start.

Guys try the CMOS jumper, it worked for me . Now it shuts down as it should. thumb.gif
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Third test: Went into the BIOS and made sure the following were disabled: Fan Overtime, Intel Rapid Start, and Intel Smart Response. The latter two were already disabled by default, but I turned off Fan Overtime.

Result: No change. Windows booted up fully, then I shut down and the fans kept running and the case LEDs stayed lit.

Next up is resetting the CMOS jumper. smile.gif
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Third test: Went into the BIOS and made sure the following were disabled: Fan Overtime, Intel Rapid Start, and Intel Smart Response. The latter two were already disabled by default, but I turned off Fan Overtime.
Result: No change. Windows booted up fully, then I shut down and the fans kept running and the case LEDs stayed lit.
Next up is resetting the CMOS jumper. smile.gif

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