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post #2221 of 2477
Dunno bit I'll find out next week when my processors arrive as I have a 290x.
post #2222 of 2477
Tubing now run. I just ned to set up the drain at the bottom of the loop, install the CPU's and memory, run a leak test, then FINISHED! biggrin.gif

I'm pretty happy with how it looks considering this is my first water cooled build tongue.gif

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post #2223 of 2477
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Originally Posted by Homerlovesbeer View Post

Info on Asus regarding windows 10 BIOS.......
It seems they don't really have any plans for one :-(


I'm running windows 10 just fine, are you having install problems?
post #2224 of 2477
Nope. I haven't tried installing yet as I haven't installed the CPUs, memory or water cooling. Should be good for an install attempt in a couple of days.
post #2225 of 2477
Hi folks,

Just joined this forum, but I've been running my Z9 happily for several months now until just NOW.

I know this must have been asked before, but I couldn't find the answer:

When pressing the power button, the system tries to start but literally a second later it all shuts down, the POWER and RESET buttons are illuminated but don't function, and a bizzare little green light on the bottom right is lit.

Has this been resolved? Below are my specs:

2 x 2670
2 x 780
32gb non ECC ram (but like I said, this has been running sweet for months)
Corsair 1000W PSU
All watercooled

Please help!! It's my workstation so I need it to work asap.

Thanks.

My personal email address is renderz@gmail.com
post #2226 of 2477

No new hardware or reason to have an electrical fault right?

 

Have you tried resetting the CMOS? 

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AMD Ryzen 1800X Asus Crosshair VI AMD Vega FE G.Skill TridentZ 3600 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung 960 Pro NVME Corsair H110 with Noctua PPC 140 Fans Windows 10 NEC P402 
MonitorMonitorKeyboardPower
NEC P402 NEC P402 Steelseries Corsair AX1500 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Corsair Obsidian 650D + SGI Fuel Case Mod Logitech G700 Deskpad XXXXL Logitech Z906 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
Ryzen 1800X Asus Crosshair VI XFX RX460 XFX RX460 
RAMHard DriveCoolingOS
G.Skill TridentZ DDR4-3600  Samsung 960 Pro NVMe Scythe Ninja 4 Windows 7 
MonitorMonitorMonitorKeyboard
Barco 21 MDRC-2120 Coronis Fusion 6MP LED MDCC-6230 Barco 21 MDRC-2120 Logitech MK710 
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post #2227 of 2477
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Originally Posted by RushiMP View Post

No new hardware or reason to have an electrical fault right?

Have you tried resetting the CMOS? 

You are correct, no electrical fault.

And yes, I have reset the CMOS.

I have reseated the ram as well.
post #2228 of 2477
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Originally Posted by renderz View Post

Hi folks,

Just joined this forum, but I've been running my Z9 happily for several months now until just NOW.

I know this must have been asked before, but I couldn't find the answer:

When pressing the power button, the system tries to start but literally a second later it all shuts down, the POWER and RESET buttons are illuminated but don't function, and a bizzare little green light on the bottom right is lit.

Has this been resolved? Below are my specs:

2 x 2670
2 x 780
32gb non ECC ram (but like I said, this has been running sweet for months)
Corsair 1000W PSU
All watercooled

Please help!! It's my workstation so I need it to work asap.

Thanks.

My personal email address is renderz@gmail.com


My guess is a bad PSU, do you have an old one you can swap in to test it?
post #2229 of 2477
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My guess is a bad PSU, do you have an old one you can swap in to test it?

Nope, I've spent the morning ripping it out and the power cables to attach to another PC, it works fine.
post #2230 of 2477
Hi folks,

I made a video in the hope some of you can help my issue. I'm desperate!!
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