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post #1181 of 1272
Okay, help please tongue.gif

I get no sound via optical (SPDIF). It isnt even recognised by windows 10.
I installed realtek hd audio drivers... but I cant see them anywhere. Thats where I usually changed audio outputs. Any thoughts?
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Okay, help please tongue.gif

I get no sound via optical (SPDIF). It isnt even recognised by windows 10.
I installed realtek hd audio drivers... but I cant see them anywhere. Thats where I usually changed audio outputs. Any thoughts?
Do you have audio turned off in bios? I know I turned it off in bios thinking it would only effect the Realtek audio daughter card, but it turned off all Realtek devices Id double check the bios. Jumping ahead a little if the spdif for some reason is broke [URL=http://http://ifi-audio.com]http://ifi-audio.com[/URL] has some nice products, ILink usb to spdif(got good reviews), dacs and usb power supplies.
post #1183 of 1272
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Okay, help please tongue.gif

I get no sound via optical (SPDIF). It isnt even recognised by windows 10.
I installed realtek hd audio drivers... but I cant see them anywhere. Thats where I usually changed audio outputs. Any thoughts?

They're probably not installed correctly. Do you see the Realtek device in Device Manager?
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Woooo! Mine booted after first try, no problems. No shorted circuits biggrin.gif
Do any of you know how to turn off CPU fan error during boot? I am using aquaero, so I have no fans connected to mobo.
Yea in bios go to cpu fan and change it to ignore.
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They're probably not installed correctly. Do you see the Realtek device in Device Manager?

I checked and there are two Nvidia sound drivers. No Realtek drivers there, weird. Can it be because I used HDMI when first installing nvidia drivers (I installed sound drivers later)?

Also, I have another problem now.
Booted pc and after 3-10mins it just powered down (instantly) and rebooted. It happened 3 or 4 times.. What might have caused it?
@Edit: looks like it was caused by RAM XMP. Got it back to stock 1333MHz and is stable now.


After I installed realtek drivers, the device manager shows me I have HD Audio Device drivers... Arent those windows stock drivers? Guess I'll do a rollback to 8.1 and see if it works there. Welp, I really started to like 10.
Edited by Anateus - 10/1/15 at 12:23am
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No, those NVIDIA drivers are supposed to be there. Don't know about the HD Audio Device.

But no point rolling back to 8.1, the driver works on 10.
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Then why wont it appear anywhere?
I uninstalled both Nvidia drivers, did full clean uninstall of realtek driver and rebooted.
After doing fresh install of realtek drivers from ASUS website and rebooting I got LogonUI.exe error (during reboot) and again I see no drivers or options to choose my optical out.
post #1188 of 1272
Hi guys,
I wanted to join the club and share my problem with you biggrin.gif.

my first board and CPU died after a while suddenly while gaming. OC was done only for 4.4GHz @ 1.15V,

So I got my replacement (CPU + Board) on Sunday and was able to put the system together. Everything was working perfectly, so I could oc the CPU to 4.6GHZ @ 1.252V and started the stress testing.

After an hour of AIDA64 (CPU test +FPU test +Cache Test+ RAM test+ GPU test) the cpu temp was ~80°C max with EK monoblock. So I stopped the test and just in the moment I was stopping it the system shut down.
By powering the system again I could only see Asus q code 00 -> which means either the CPU or the Board didn't survive. But after a night of completely unpowered the system was able to boot and run but not for that long, it shut down again and I was not able to boot, maybe by chance after hours of being unpowered. And there is a kind of noise when I try to power on the board, like there is some cap blown up or kind of shortage noise.

So meanwhile I have a 3rd M7I board tongue.gif (which I bought parallely) and the CPU works well on it. The system contains at the moment only board, cpu, ram and SM951.
What I have seen is that the temp of the VRM on the board is freaking hot ~50°C while idling. Even more during short stress testing (at the moment only Intel stock cooler mounted) peaking up to 57°C in very short time. Placing a 80mm Noctua fan directly blowing on the board VRMs lowered the temperature to~40-43°C.
One thing I observed was that the board VRM controls is set automatically to extreme. So I changed it to balanced (fix setting in BIOS) this lowered the temperatur of board VRM by additional 10°C. -> ~43°C w/o fan or ~30°C with fan.

Today I will try to mount some more powerfull cooler in order to better stress test the CPU and board... before I mount the mono block again.

So the question now is what causes the board to die? This occurs only while stress testing / high temp condition.

Did some else have seen an issue of blown up VRMs on M7I due to the temperature?


PS: one more thing is that I was running the SATA cable between the board and the tray. Maybe that creates a lot of pressure causing the shortage.
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Guys, im having no luck with this ek waterblock, anyone have any ideas?
post #1190 of 1272
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Then why wont it appear anywhere?
I uninstalled both Nvidia drivers, did full clean uninstall of realtek driver and rebooted.
After doing fresh install of realtek drivers from ASUS website and rebooting I got LogonUI.exe error (during reboot) and again I see no drivers or options to choose my optical out.

I don't know, but I'm running W10 and the Realtek driver. The mic noise reduction feature is broken, but the rest works.

Have you tried disabling the driver signature enforcement and installing with admin privileges?
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After an hour of AIDA64 (CPU test +FPU test +Cache Test+ RAM test+ GPU test) the cpu temp was ~80°C max with EK monoblock. So I stopped the test and just in the moment I was stopping it the system shut down.
By powering the system again I could only see Asus q code 00 -> which means either the CPU or the Board didn't survive. But after a night of completely unpowered the system was able to boot and run but not for that long, it shut down again and I was not able to boot, maybe by chance after hours of being unpowered. And there is a kind of noise when I try to power on the board, like there is some cap blown up or kind of shortage noise.

I had that happen to me, except the board wouldn't start again, and RMA'd the board. They pulled the CMOS battery and returned the board in working condition. Egg on my face.
Edited by B!0HaZard - 10/1/15 at 12:56am
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