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post #1911 of 15770
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Originally Posted by Ryncrash View Post

Ok I reset my Nighthawk back to factory and restarted it after updating the firmware.
I'm now at 1.3G.
Thanks for the help.

Hello

Glad you got it sorted and you're welcome. smile.gif.
post #1912 of 15770
Anyone know how I turn off the feature where I bump my mouse and it powers on my PC x99-e WS?
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Anyone know how I turn off the feature where I bump my mouse and it powers on my PC x99-e WS?
You need to go to the Device Manager and select the properties for the mouse. Under Power Management de-select "Allow this device to wake the computer".
post #1914 of 15770
Hi

I have an ASUS X99 Deluxe that wont let me use my Asus Essence STX card unless I put the PC to sleep and wake it again, on BIOS 0904 just now, read that other Asus X99 motherboards got a BIOS update to fix this, will the X99-Deluxe get a BIOS to fix this too?

Thanks.
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Hi guys, this is my first post. i7-5960X on X99-E WS here. I'll post more about overclocking specifically in another post. But for tonight I just need to ask this, related to the onboard audio.

So the other day I bumped my stereo mini-RCA cable that connects from my rear stereo output jack to my stereo amplifier. Didn't bump it hard or damage it that I know of, just that I was moving the case around and suddenly there was this MASSIVE... truly MASSIVE deafening screech from my amp and speakers. The same mega noise as if I were to pull the plug out of the jack and short it or something.

I mean this noise was truly, hearing-damagingly, massive. The neighbors asked what the hell. Apparently it did not damage my amp, but one pair of self-powered speakers that I connect to my amplifier's "tape monitor" outputs are now totally on the fritz... they get an annoying buzz that sometimes turns into that same huge screech if I barely move the stereo output cable or sometimes if I even touch my tower case. In fact one time I touched one of these speakers, didn't even touch the computer case or stereo cable, and even that was enough to make the self-powered speakers begin to freak out... almost reminded me of the symptoms of grounding problems I used to see in cheap "pro" audio gear.

So what's up with this, is the onboard sound output jack known to be incredibly sensitive? The plug I'm using in it is totally standard, doesn't have weird sheathing or anything that would cause it to make insufficient or partial contact. That's the first thing I checked.

I'm worried that I may have damaged my speakers, but forget about my speakers and amp. What I'm really here to ask about is,
did I somehow do permanent damage to the onboard sound's output circuit or something? Why is it so ridiculously sensitive?

I'm pretty sure these things are not meant to be so sensitive that you practically have to construct a whole environment for your stereo cable, or tape it in place or something, just to make sure it doesn't bend a tiny tiny amount and cause a sonic meltdown.

Thanks in advance for any advice on this! I look forward to talking overclocking soon instead!
post #1916 of 15770
if djgar's solution doesn't work, or doesn't do exactly what you need, you can find the BIOS setting for allowing USB devices to wake the computer.

Oops, that was in reply to someone's question about 3 posts above, and I forgot to click "Quote".
post #1917 of 15770
So I just tried the auto tune feature on my X99 deluxe with a 5820k. I ran the auto tune with the test memory option on so it's more stable and wound up with 4.4ghz at 1.291. I'm pretty impressed, I'm over 22 minutes into AIDA and max Temps on the warmest core is 80f. My question is what happens to my xmp profile now? My ram is rated at 2666 but what will auto tune run it at?
post #1918 of 15770
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Originally Posted by Katana1000 View Post

Hi

I have an ASUS X99 Deluxe that wont let me use my Asus Essence STX card unless I put the PC to sleep and wake it again, on BIOS 0904 just now, read that other Asus X99 motherboards got a BIOS update to fix this, will the X99-Deluxe get a BIOS to fix this too?

Thanks.

It has been out for a while: version 1002, a link is in Raja@ASUS'es and Praz'es signatures.
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I have tried the TPU switch both ways neither gives me results. To run it over 2200 i have tried it both auto and xmp same issue. The problem is the memory is 2400 and the motherboard wants to set it to 2400 by itself it was a total accident that i set it to 2133 and it worked so moved up one at a time till it quit working. The more I play with it i think its most stable at 2133.


If the motherboard is setting DDR4-2400 "by itself" it means the XMP switch is likely on.
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