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Originally Posted by Pierre3400 View Post

Did you smoke a pound of weed before coming up with that comment?

Seriously, what do you do when you overclock one step to far? To you pray to god or to do press the CMOS button?

If the bios had a feature called "LEDs on motherboard ON or OFF" and i set it to off, and if GPU went and died, take a guess at what button i would press that would zero my bios settings and once more allow me to read from the post code display...
How did anyone get void warrenty from what i wrote?, Did everyone misunderstand me or just not really read any of what i have written.

I just swapped from the _CHEAPEST_ MSI X99S Sli motherboard to the Asus X99 Deluxe.

Sure the MSI board did not have post codes showing, but it does have a few buttons all over the board that at lit with LED's, within the MSI bios is a setting where you press, turn off led lights, and WHAM! all the red and green and blue lights are gone, and my black and white build looks great in the dark.

The X99 Deluxe has has a power button and restart button, lit with green and red led, next to that, you find the post code display. I have had boards with these before, but believe it or not they never bugged me, now to ya'll want to guess what that is?

It'll take too long to wait, so imma just tell you. They didnt read AA once the system was posted, they turned off!

Now, the Asus board cost more than double the price of the MSI, and yet its missing such a tiny feature, turning off the led lights, i understand the greatness behind the LED for defective hardware, they rock, but notice how they arnt on all the time!

Now, i am being fairly sarcastic about all this, cos i find your understand of what my goal is to be over blown.

I want a feature on the motherboard or in the bios to turn off those fing lights, at no point anywhere did i ever suggest or even hint that i was going to rip out my soldering iron and remove the parts from the motherbard, that would be dumber than anything i could think off.

I hope by now we are reaching an understanding??

Short version, turns out Asus dont allow this, and i'll have to deal with it, paying more than double, doesnt get you what you want, is what i can take away from this. Luckly, i paid less then half of the MSI board for my deluxe, which is the only reason i have it.
At least you came up with a solution, thats half decent, but having spent 5 months building a system and doing all the wires and solid tube watercooling, "taping up" is just a cheap joke on an otherwise insanly price heavy build.

Stupid questions get stupid answers. It's an enthusiast motherboard - pointless aesthetics like trying to blank out the status LED is less than important and trivial, but people responded none the less. If it's such an important feature maybe put that forward as to why you prefer MSI products, no matter how unimportant it might sound to others
Edited by Silent Scone - 11/2/15 at 9:09am
post #9892 of 15875
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Originally Posted by Pierre3400 View Post

Did you smoke a pound of weed before coming up with that comment?

Seriously, what do you do when you overclock one step to far? To you pray to god or to do press the CMOS button?

If the bios had a feature called "LEDs on motherboard ON or OFF" and i set it to off, and if GPU went and died, take a guess at what button i would press that would zero my bios settings and once more allow me to read from the post code display... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
How did anyone get void warrenty from what i wrote?, Did everyone misunderstand me or just not really read any of what i have written.

I just swapped from the _CHEAPEST_ MSI X99S Sli motherboard to the Asus X99 Deluxe.

Sure the MSI board did not have post codes showing, but it does have a few buttons all over the board that at lit with LED's, within the MSI bios is a setting where you press, turn off led lights, and WHAM! all the red and green and blue lights are gone, and my black and white build looks great in the dark.

The X99 Deluxe has has a power button and restart button, lit with green and red led, next to that, you find the post code display. I have had boards with these before, but believe it or not they never bugged me, now to ya'll want to guess what that is?

It'll take too long to wait, so imma just tell you. They didnt read AA once the system was posted, they turned off!

Now, the Asus board cost more than double the price of the MSI, and yet its missing such a tiny feature, turning off the led lights, i understand the greatness behind the LED for defective hardware, they rock, but notice how they arnt on all the time!

Now, i am being fairly sarcastic about all this, cos i find your understand of what my goal is to be over blown.

I want a feature on the motherboard or in the bios to turn off those fing lights, at no point anywhere did i ever suggest or even hint that i was going to rip out my soldering iron and remove the parts from the motherbard, that would be dumber than anything i could think off.

I hope by now we are reaching an understanding??

Short version, turns out Asus dont allow this, and i'll have to deal with it, paying more than double, doesnt get you what you want, is what i can take away from this. Luckly, i paid less then half of the MSI board for my deluxe, which is the only reason i have it.
At least you came up with a solution, thats half decent, but having spent 5 months building a system and doing all the wires and solid tube watercooling, "taping up" is just a cheap joke on an otherwise insanly price heavy build.


Unfortunately any post code you would get after a clrcmos has only a small to no chance of being the one that would have shown at the time of the initial "event" since you changed the conditions where it occurred. . tongue.gif
Edited by Jpmboy - 11/2/15 at 6:18pm
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Has anyone figured out how to manually configure the fan control minimum speeds in Thermal Radar / AI Suite?

I have a bunch of identical 140mm fans in my PC and the Thermal Tuning Wizard keeps sending too high of a signal to some of the fans. I know they can spin slower so I want to manually tell AI Suite what the minimums are. The graph for each fan won't let me pull past its 'pre-determined' minimums which are incorrect.

I switched from PWM to DC on all my fans (they are 3-pin) and that helped, but some are still spinning at 675ish RPM (55% graph minimum) and the rest are at 450ish (35% graph minimum). I want to manually set them all to 35% and would prefer to still have the 'ramp-up' control. Obviously I could physically see if they stop spinning, but they won't.

Help?
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AFAIK DC cannot be configured lower than 60% to avoid potential problems with some fans.
post #9895 of 15875
any idea why even though my xmp is on and at 3000 its showing 2133?

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any idea why even though my xmp is on and at 3000 its showing 2133?

That's just general DIMM information. Check in Windows, your XMP should be applied.
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That's just general DIMM information. Check in Windows, your XMP should be applied.

ok thanks for that..

also i think my bios is outdated. but everything is working perfectly. should i leave as is or update?
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ok thanks for that..

also i think my bios is outdated. but everything is working perfectly. should i leave as is or update?

then there is no reason to flash/update. thumb.gif
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Awwh, come on! Where's your spirit of adventure? biggrin.gif
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Awwh, come on! Where's your spirit of adventure? biggrin.gif

The famous quotes I could use to counter that, but won't. biggrin.gif
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