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Asus suite from my experience at least, is garbage and you can sort those settings out in the bios. Turn the pc psu off but leave in the wall if you have an earth connection, press the power button on the case to drain the charge from the PSU then read the instructions for your motherboard for clearing the CMOS, there is normally a CMOS jumper that needs to be removed (it's been a long time since I did a board that had corrupt bios so double check) then remove the battery for 30 mins, make a coffee, check facebook or something, then according to your motherboard manual as per prior refit the jumper then the battery.

BUT BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING READ YOUR MOTHERBOARD MANUAL!!!!!

EDIT: This is wrong, so I appologise for the misinformation, you need to go here and read the manual on page 1-28 under "Jumper"
This is exactly what I did from the manual I have. I am still getting zero power to the mobo. Something must have fried. Not sure what it could have been. I did not raise any voltage for the chip at all. Only did what was in that link I posted above. All up until the AI suite. Hit F10, saved then everything shut off and never came back on.
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Try clearing the CMOS first with the jumper.
I did that first. Nothing. Then the battery and the jumper. Nothing. Bummed out right now.
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I did that first. Nothing. Then the battery and the jumper. Nothing. Bummed out right now.

Contact ASUS support and see if they can help you further, if you sweet talk them enough maybe you'll get a replacement.
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Contact ASUS support and see if they can help you further, if you sweet talk them enough maybe you'll get a replacement.
Doing that now. Hopefully they can help.

On a side note is there anything I can test with my voltmeter? The board is literally getting zero power.
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Doing that now. Hopefully they can help.

On a side note is there anything I can test with my voltmeter? The board is literally getting zero power.

Sounds dead to me I'm sorry to say, last time I had something like this happen it killed my AMD FX 8350 in a Giga 990FX UD5.
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Sounds dead to me I'm sorry to say, last time I had something like this happen it killed my AMD FX 8350 in a Giga 990FX UD5.

Well I checked one last damn thing as I looked down into the bay of my case. Low and behold the smaller power pin that plugs into the PSU was halfway out of the PSU. Removed the PSu and plugged it back in and BAM!!! POWER!!!


Just got brand new custom mod cables that are pretty stiff. Probably unplugged itself as I was putting everything back in. So happy now. On another note I am still in warranty with my mobo lol.
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Well I checked one last damn thing as I looked down into the bay of my case. Low and behold the smaller power pin that plugs into the PSU was halfway out of the PSU. Removed the PSu and plugged it back in and BAM!!! POWER!!!


Just got brand new custom mod cables that are pretty stiff. Probably unplugged itself as I was putting everything back in. So happy now. On another note I am still in warranty with my mobo lol.

... LOL! applaud.gif

Check the basic stuff first matey next time. biggrin.gif
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... LOL! applaud.gif

Check the basic stuff first matey next time. biggrin.gif

lol i did, but I wouldn't have thought the cable would unplug from the back of the psu. Now I can start my OC settings finally.
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lol i did, but I wouldn't have thought the cable would unplug from the back of the psu. Now I can start my OC settings finally.

Follow the guide in this thread, also do it in the bios don't use software, avoid the headaches of using asus software for monitoring temps too.
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You should get a clown hat biggrin.gif
No power we are getting no power, Houston no power!
Try plugging it on and off lachen.gif

The cable connectors have hooks, you need to push them all the way in until that hook clicks into place. That way as long as the hook stays locked in the cable won't be pulled out.
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