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Does all motherboards have onboard debugging?

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Hi I just completed my first build last night, very smoothly with the Asus Maximus V Gene. I particularly love the on-board debugging lights and as well as on monitors. Is that what it is called? I mean do all Asus motherboards have this feature? Where the first time of powering the system up, the monitor actually tells you which part has issues? Or does all motherboards have this feature? I am thinking of getting the Asus P8 Pro next--Does that one have similar bios and debugging too?
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Not all boards do, and the P8 does not.
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oh thanks. Are there any other motherboards that do? maybe EVGA? I really don't want to buy another Maximus board...they are darn expansive

--oh and what is that particular feature called?
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They're there on most new boards, look at the picture of the board if you aren't sure. Troubleshooting LEDs? I;m not sure.
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the feature is called Debug LED
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the feature is called Debug LED
Close enough tongue.gif
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yay for debugging on screen. Imagine the first time putting together something and have no idea why its not turning on. xD
Anyway I think I might of found more info. Thanks you guys.

It's call "SPLASH SCREEN"

And for those who are wondering: http://www.overclockers.com/asus-maximus-iv-extreme-z-motherboard-review/


Now I just need to find which mobo also have this feature.
Edited by Overclock2day - 8/15/12 at 11:21am
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