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I see BIOS 2801 when I select Windows 10/8.1/7 - 64-bit versions...
It came back about ~12 hours later. Guess I jumped the gun rolleyes.gif
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If i get a pcie to m2 adapter and running on the second pcie slot will it limit my bandwidth and affect performance for my titan x? Thanks a lot.

I believe the m.2 slot will limit you to x2.

http://www.asus.com/us/Motherboard-Accessories/HYPER_M2_X4_MINI_CARD/

This will allow you to run at x4. It will not bottleneck your titan if you are running a single gpu.
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i need help. can any tell me how to I turn of turbo boosting on the motherboard. Im running a I7 4770 and I cant get it to run at 3900mhz all the time
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i need help. can any tell me how to I turn of turbo boosting on the motherboard. Im running a I7 4770 and I cant get it to run at 3900mhz all the time

What mb do you have?
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What mb do you have?

asus z97-a
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I have a Z97-Pro WiFi/AC, does anyone know where the locations of the 4 on-board temperature sensors are?
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I have a Maximus Impact VII - latest bios 3003 - previously working well with a G3258. On a whim I bought an i7-5775C, now on boot I get qcode 99. Checked with only stock cooler and ram and still the same error. According to manual code 99 is "super IO initialization", so I unplugged everything, removed from case, no keyboard, no graphics, even removed mpcie combo thing. Same error.

Reinstalled the G3258 and it works fine. Should I RMA the i7-5775C? Or is there something else obvious to try?


Qcode 99 is normal apparently when there is no boot device. I tried with a discrete graphics card and the board posts to bios at least. So it's the IrisPro that isn't working with my M7I? I opened a support ticket at AsusVIP
Edited by WiSK - 2/1/16 at 2:04pm
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I just yesterday switched from ASUS normal mode to ASUS optimized and changed my CPU fan settings to turbo (PWM). ASUS optimized clocked my CPU to 4.3 GHz turbo it seems, and it runs at 4.0-4.2 under load. I played games for over 4 hours while monitoring my CPU temperatures. I got max. 78°C while the majority of the time the temperatures were in the 60-70°C range.
It already booted slow after I changed the settings to optimized and the screen kept flickering, but it eventually booted up. According to task manager the last BIOS time was a little over 20 seconds instead of my usual solid 8.1 seconds. I thought that was normal since I just changed the settings. However, today in the morning I almost got a heart attack - it wouldn't boot! Both screens would stay in standby mode and I didn't even see the ASUS logo prompting me to press F2 to enter BIOS. I freaked. I tried restarting it a few times and eventually managed to get into BIOS. I saw the boot order had changed. In first place was my CD drive (?) and then I saw my SSD, HDD, and something about Windows boot.
I selected my SSD as first place and put Windows boot as 2nd place and managed to boot up, but it took ages again! Last BIOS time: 22.7 seconds instead of my usual 8.1 seconds. What could be wrong? Did ASUS optimized mode already damage my components? Also, what should the correct boot order be? Windows boot something or my SSD, where Windows is installed?

Edit: I now changed "Windows Boot Manager" to be the first boot device in the list. It boots normally now. What is really bugging me though is it says last BIOS time 12.4 seconds, which is 4.3 seconds slower than usual. Why does it boot slower in ASUS optimized mode?

Edit2: After I shut my PC down for 30 minutes with the power cord unplugged it did the same thing again. No ASUS startup screen, nothing. It was just idling until I pressed the restart button and got into BIOS settings. The boot order had not changed, Windows boot manager was still priority. After exiting BIOS it started up normally, although at the end of the ASUS loading screen the loading animation froze for one second before it was done booting up.

Operating system: Windows 10 Home 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core i5-4690K @ 3.50 GHz
Motherboard: Asus Z97-AR
RAM: 2x 4GB DDR 1600 MHz
Storage (OS): 240 GB Kingston Fury SSD
Additional storage: 1 TB SATA 3 HDD
Power supply: Coolermaster 600 W
Graphics card: ASUS Strix DirectCU II NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
Edited by Yukinon - 2/4/16 at 7:59am
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I have a Maximus Impact VII - latest bios 3003 - previously working well with a G3258. On a whim I bought an i7-5775C, now on boot I get qcode 99. Checked with only stock cooler and ram and still the same error. According to manual code 99 is "super IO initialization", so I unplugged everything, removed from case, no keyboard, no graphics, even removed mpcie combo thing. Same error.

Reinstalled the G3258 and it works fine. Should I RMA the i7-5775C? Or is there something else obvious to try?


Qcode 99 is normal apparently when there is no boot device. I tried with a discrete graphics card and the board posts to bios at least. So it's the IrisPro that isn't working with my M7I? I opened a support ticket at AsusVIP
Hi WiSK! smile.gif
Long time no see!
I also had trouble booting with Iris Pro (5675C) while everything was fine with a discrete GPU on my Asus Z97i-plus. I had no signal on my monitor so maybe you don't have the same issue as you get an error code...
Anyway here is what Asus support told me:
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To fully support the CPU you not only need to update the BIOS itself, but also the
attached management engine. If you update the BIOS in EZ Flash this will not be
enough. You need to use the BIOS updater to perform the update.
So this means you have to run the BIOS updater from Windows in order to have the BIOS + the management engine updated.

Hope that helps!
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Hi WiSK! smile.gif
Long time no see!
I also had trouble booting with Iris Pro (5675C) while everything was fine with a discrete GPU on my Asus Z97i-plus. I had no signal on my monitor so maybe you don't have the same issue as you get an error code...
Anyway here is what Asus support told me:
So this means you have to run the BIOS updater from Windows in order to have the BIOS + the management engine updated.

Hope that helps!

Hey dude biggrin.gif I hope you are well thumb.gif

I finally did get it to work using the method you describe, but I had to find it on my own. The Asus rep assigned to my ticket, Pierre, took 48 hours to suggest only that I: clear CMOS (which I had written in the initial email that I already did) and to install the latest version of the Intel VGA driver in Windows (which of course doesn't work if the display isn't recognised in even BIOS let alone the Windows Device Manager). I was quite disappointed with such answers. Also when I emailed the solution, he didn't bother to reply.
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