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I was just happy they stock the X99-S in the UK, as it had a nicer PCIe arrangement for big cards than the X99-A, and was £200 vs. £300 for the Deluxe. If I didn't already have a Wi-Fi adapter, Bluetooth and a fan controller, I might have gone for it.
yo, 100Q is a lot of cash! thumb.gif
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In my case I needed the WIFI and fan controller so it was worth it to get ones that were already designed to work together.
 
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im really bummed out. Was really looking forward to using my new computer today... When I start it up, sometimes it makes a click noise and turns off and on a few times. . Other times when I reboot it shows 00 on the code q. When I unplug and let sit for a min The motherboard shows a 62 on the Debug LED, scans through a whole bunch of other codes before stopping on 62 or (B2?). The motherboard does not post and nothing shows up on screen. I've got it up into the bios only a couple of times. And loaded Windows once. But when I go to reboot or turn it off sometimes it turns on. Sometimes just "click" and only 00 until I unplug. Also, when that happens the cpu led light comes on with the 00. The VGA light with the 62... I am hoping that someone here has been through something similar or has heard of something similar and can help, any assistance or suggestions are greatly appreciated.

X99 Asus pro
5820k
980 ti
Ax860i psu
Predator 360 water cooler. 2 corsair 240 ssd
And 4x4 corsair dominator platinum 3000 ddr4.


I pattern I did notice, when I clear to. Remove battery and Plug back up and it's starts up fine into the bios and I can even load Windows. But the second I turn it off or restart it won't restart. Cpu light comes on and shows 00 and sits there black screen. Then I clear the Tc again and it starts up fine again...

Idk what to think. Also when it's in Windows lots of blue matrix artifacts but runs great . Good temps.
Edited by Alpina 7 - 10/27/15 at 8:30am
post #9804 of 15866
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Originally Posted by Alpina 7 View Post

im really bummed out. Was really looking forward to using my new computer today... When I start it up, sometimes it makes a click noise and turns off and on a few times. . Other times when I reboot it shows 00 on the code q. When I unplug and let sit for a min The motherboard shows a 62 on the Debug LED, scans through a whole bunch of other codes before stopping on 62. The motherboard does not post and nothing shows up on screen. I've got it up into the bios only a couple of times. And loaded Windows once. But when I go to reboot or turn it off sometimes it turns on. Sometimes just "click" and only 00 until I unplug. Also, when that happens the cpu led light comes on with the 00. The vga light with the 62... I am hoping that someone here has been through something similar or has heard of something similar and can help, any assistance or suggestions are greatly appreciated.

Asus x99 pro
5820K
water cooled
Gigabyte 980 Ti
AX860i psu


Check all power connectors are in firmly and correctly including the 24pin and 12v. Failing that remove the CPU and check for any bent socket pins, if not remount and check for even mounting pressure (1 or 2 turns at a time). Attempt to power on again - additionally possibly try this with the motherboard removed from the chassis
post #9805 of 15866
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Originally Posted by Alpina 7 View Post

im really bummed out. Was really looking forward to using my new computer today... When I start it up, sometimes it makes a click noise and turns off and on a few times. . Other times when I reboot it shows 00 on the code q. When I unplug and let sit for a min The motherboard shows a 62 on the Debug LED, scans through a whole bunch of other codes before stopping on 62 or (B2?). The motherboard does not post and nothing shows up on screen. I've got it up into the bios only a couple of times. And loaded Windows once. But when I go to reboot or turn it off sometimes it turns on. Sometimes just "click" and only 00 until I unplug. Also, when that happens the cpu led light comes on with the 00. The VGA light with the 62... I am hoping that someone here has been through something similar or has heard of something similar and can help, any assistance or suggestions are greatly appreciated.

X99 Asus pro
5820k
980 ti
Ax860i psu
Predator 360 water cooler. 2 corsair 240 ssd
And 4x4 corsair dominator platinum 3000 ddr4.


I pattern I did notice, when I clear to. Remove battery and Plug back up and it's starts up fine into the bios and I can even load Windows. But the second I turn it off or restart it won't restart. Cpu light comes on and shows 00 and sits there black screen. Then I clear the Tc again and it starts up fine again...

Idk what to think. Also when it's in Windows lots of blue matrix artifacts but runs great . Good temps.

my post code shows the same thing after i just updated bios to 1901... shows 00 on first power on, after 3-5 secs it shuts itself off, then comes right back on and post code shows 40 or AA (either or) then boots.. never did this before i flashed to this horrible 1901 bios
post #9806 of 15866
I haven't had any problems with 1901, though I did tweak the vccsa and vcache. Sometimes a new bios may need some adjustments in the OC as they try to improve OC stability.
post #9807 of 15866
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Originally Posted by newls1 View Post

my post code shows the same thing after i just updated bios to 1901... shows 00 on first power on, after 3-5 secs it shuts itself off, then comes right back on and post code shows 40 or AA (either or) then boots.. never did this before i flashed to this horrible 1901 bios

that sux man. i know the frustration you feel. mine is actually a new build and i couldn't even play with it :/

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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

Check all power connectors are in firmly and correctly including the 24pin and 12v. Failing that remove the CPU and check for any bent socket pins, if not remount and check for even mounting pressure (1 or 2 turns at a time). Attempt to power on again - additionally possibly try this with the motherboard removed from the chassis


i did all of this . nothing.
post #9808 of 15866
what are some things that make a x99-a double post upon cold boot? Ive littery tried everything and cant get rid of this issue. even selecting "load optimal defaults" the damn board still double posts with this 1901 bios... I wish i nvr flashed to this bios.
post #9809 of 15866
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Originally Posted by newls1 View Post

what are some things that make a x99-a double post upon cold boot? Ive littery tried everything and cant get rid of this issue. even selecting "load optimal defaults" the damn board still double posts with this 1901 bios... I wish i nvr flashed to this bios.

I have the same issue with my X99A Godlike board. Seems I'm not the only one..
post #9810 of 15866
I RMA'd mine. Screw this. I didn't pay $300+ For a board that's gonna do this
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