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Anyone know if the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS VIII HERO ALPHA has true Thunderbolt 3 40GB/s? I'm seeing vague statements online and Asus themselves aren't marketing 40GB/s. Only TB3 10GB/s.
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Hello, i need a little help. I just finished assembling the rig in sign. When i tested it on the bench was all functioning, now when i start it nothing appears on video and the folliwing code, in 14 seconds, are showed: 00, 0d, 8d, 39, 19, 13, 00, 21, 88, 4c, 26, 2a, 28, mirror6 0, 31, 2e, 46, 9 reverseA, 34, 2f, 3e, 38, 3a, 46, 32, 35, 45, 36, 37, 38, 3b, 36, 3c, 38, 39, 38, 3f, 69, 55, 36, 32, 35, 4f, 60, and the it block with 80.

The only problem i see it's the 55 that it's memory not installed, but before there is a 31 that is memory installed.

What different from the first time on the bench test?
1 - before starting it i put an usb with the last bios, renamed M8H and updated with the button on the motherboard. When the blue led stopped flashing i removed the usb.
2 - was going to do full water but then changed mind, so i put the vga stock cooler back
3 - i tryed to delid the cpu but instead of removing the cap i broke the 3d stamp tool.
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post #4673 of 5772
Ok so to clear up things for you the board will run through a series of "self test" the list of codes you provided prove that all is ok. If for instance code 55 stays until the computer resets itself then code 55 is your error code. Just bc it flashed momentarily does not mean it's an issue. When you boot the computer what code is displayed very last and does it stay on this code? If all is good you should see code A0 after handoff.


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The last code displayed is 80 that is not present in the manual frown.gif

Edited by Vesimas - 6/25/16 at 8:53am
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The last code displayed is 80 that is not present in the manual frown.gif
According to others code 80 seems to be caused by AI suite. Are you able to get into bios at all? If not then try flashing back to the bios that was working for you and flash the bios through the bios flash utility in bios.

Edit: also try connecting the display via the MB port and not the graphics card or vise versa to ensure there is no display on either if you have integrated graphics turned on.


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According to others code 80 seems to be caused by AI suite. Are you able to get into bios at all? If not then try flashing back to the bios that was working for you and flash the bios through the bios flash utility in bios.

Edit: also try connecting the display via the MB port and not the graphics card or vise versa to ensure there is no display on either if you have integrated graphics turned on.

I remeber that when i setup the first time the rig on the test bench, i installed AI Suite. But i'm not able to go to bios at all, i don't see anything on the monitor. I'll try to connect also the monitor to the mb but i think it will be not usefull, because i tryed to wait a lot with audio on to hear if windows 10 started
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Just tossing this is since the code isn't in my Deluxe manual. If you are using Win8.1 or 10 and have not disabled fast startup in the OS you will see code 40 instead of A0 which just means it came out of the S4 state and that is due to the way fast startup operates.
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Little update. I'm writing from the new rig but it seems i can't update to bios 1701. Now i'm again on 1202. I tryed to update to 1701 with the button on the motherboard, using ezflash from bios using internet first then usb drive. I just wanted to put the 1701 because it accept the nvme drive withoput touching nothing on the bios smile.gif
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Little update. I'm writing from the new rig but it seems i can't update to bios 1701. Now i'm again on 1202. I tryed to update to 1701 with the button on the motherboard, using ezflash from bios using internet first then usb drive. I just wanted to put the 1701 because it accept the nvme drive withoput touching nothing on the bios smile.gif
Do a clean install updating bios before installing AI suite. Also make sure when you install AI suite you are getting the most updated version directly from Asus.


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Little update. I'm writing from the new rig but it seems i can't update to bios 1701. Now i'm again on 1202. I tryed to update to 1701 with the button on the motherboard, using ezflash from bios using internet first then usb drive. I just wanted to put the 1701 because it accept the nvme drive withoput touching nothing on the bios smile.gif

if you use the bios flashback method, do not remove the USB stick UNTIL THE BIOS CHIP LED ON THE MB STOPS FLASHING. If the Bios LED does not flash.. the process is not working. You can always use EZ flash from within bios.. it works fine.

and as always, do a clrcmos or load optimized defaults before flashing, just in case the OC or other user settings bork the flash.
Edited by Jpmboy - 6/25/16 at 11:47am
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