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So you had it on the test bench on air and everything worked, then you put on the watercooling parts and now it won't POST? That's strange, you didn't move or change anything other than the blocks, shouldn't have caused anything...last time i had this problem, it turned out to be my power supply, happened to be the last thing i checked too...i would unplug everything, and then plug it back in again and try it. If you have to, go back to air and see if it'll POST...

To mount the blocks I removed the gpu and the leftmost DIMM module (and plugged some fan cables), I will try to go back to air again frown.gif

What I find extremely strange is that the mobo only shows 00 (it appears immediately when I power on and never changes) and the Q-LEDs (cpu, vga, dram, etc) don't turn on at all...

Could that mean the psu is having issues (even though it is of super-high-quality)? I could try another psu but unfortunately my backup one is a crappy old 700W unit I use just for powering my external server waterstation...
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To mount the blocks I removed the gpu and the leftmost DIMM module (and plugged some fan cables), I will try to go back to air again frown.gif

What I find extremely strange is that the mobo only shows 00 (it appears immediately when I power on and never changes) and the Q-LEDs (cpu, vga, dram, etc) don't turn on at all...

Could that mean the psu is having issues (even though it is of super-high-quality)? I could try another psu but unfortunately my backup one is a crappy old 700W unit I use just for powering my external server waterstation...

Take out the Corsair AXi and test it. Is this a fresh out the box new PSU? What is newly added to this system or is it all new hardware?
How long between your test bench where it was stable and your first boot attempt once it was in chassis?

I ask because I have no gone through TWO(for all you derps previously in this post) ASUS Deluxe Z170 boards and they both pull the same dumb crap. Everything is fine....for a week and sometimes change and then the BIOS goes nuts starts hanging, forgets settings, ignores Q Fan profiles (sometimes...) and generally just doesn't function properly at all.

*For people claiming my shop was at fault and not ASUS earlier in this thread*

The latest Deluxe was installed by me in all known working hardware and managed to pass all initial tests and setup just as the other did for the staff at my shop. It ran fine in breadbox and in chassis with just the stock intel heatsink(same chassis h440 terrible for air) and a Nano would be the only piece of hardware that doesn't mirror my other build and of course the loop. So it isn't the loop it is the board forgetting settings as I have said numerous times.

My advice for the poster is to ditch that piece of garbage unless you can get a replacement from where you ordered it. ASUS Support and or RMA will not be worth your lost time.
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To mount the blocks I removed the gpu and the leftmost DIMM module (and plugged some fan cables), I will try to go back to air again frown.gif

What I find extremely strange is that the mobo only shows 00 (it appears immediately when I power on and never changes) and the Q-LEDs (cpu, vga, dram, etc) don't turn on at all...

Could that mean the psu is having issues (even though it is of super-high-quality)? I could try another psu but unfortunately my backup one is a crappy old 700W unit I use just for powering my external server waterstation...

it could be several things...

1) remove the cpu and ensure that there are no bent pins in the socket (use a magnifying glass if you can).
2) no bent pins? Insert the cpu and remount the cooler - DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN THE MOUNT. Put power to the board but do not start it. Press clrcmos.
3 reinstall all your components and only one drive.
4) still 00 ???
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I'd try a new PSU if you can, last time i spent a week diagnosing crap, never thought a PSU would do this....it gave me power and everything, LEDs light up, fan spins...just won't POST...switched the PSU and instaboot...??? the hell.
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I'm getting front panel audio noise on my case. I wanted to use the front panel to take advantage of the "SonicSense Amp" that is in the onboard audio. It's supposed to detect impedance and adjust the amp for it. Plugging the headphones into rear panel stops the noise but then I have no option for amp level. What level does the rear panel use? I know there was a couple things Asus boasted about that was only available if using front panel, is this worth the time in me isolating the noise on the front panel and shielding everything? I have a pair of high-end headphones so I'm trying to get the best possible experience.

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I'd try a new PSU if you can, last time i spent a week diagnosing crap, never thought a PSU would do this....it gave me power and everything, LEDs light up, fan spins...just won't POST...switched the PSU and instaboot...??? the hell.

I wouldnt...even though I abhor Corsair (seasonic oem) psu I still have a hard time believing you got a bunk axi over an ASUS z170 board. Compare failure and RMA rates of each product and apply Occam's Razor. The main reason I avoid them(seasonic psus) is resonance (plebs call it coil whine incorrectly) but they have a very low failure rate while ASUS Z170 boards return rate is insane. One can cry user error with 4/5 boards but 3/5 and there is a consistent issue. Add in a company with the largest portion of market share and you matter not..they already got your money so to speak.

If somehow Z170 boards arent comptible with one of the most popular PSUs...still on ASUS...unless someone can enlighten me as to how this chipset is so much more sensitive than z97 and earlier and why then my guess was ASUS rushed to market with some junk that wasnt properly tested. The Skylake errata list makes me wish I went x99 or stayed on z97....longer than both that have been out on the market way longer. All labeled: No Fix...quality frown.gif
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I wouldnt...even though I abhor Corsair (seasonic oem) psu I still have a hard time believing you got a bunk axi over an ASUS z170 board. Compare failure and RMA rates of each product and apply Occam's Razor. The main reason I avoid them is resonance (plebs call it coil whine incorrectly) but they have a very low failure rate while ASUS Z170 boards return rate is insane. One can cry user error with 4/5 boards but 3/5 and there is a consistent issue. Add in a company with the largest portion of market share and you matter not..they already got your money so to speak.

If somehow Z170 boards arent comptible with one of the most popular PSUs...still on ASUS...unless someone can enlighten me as to how this chipset is so much more sensitive than z97 and earlier and why then my guess was ASUS rushed to market with some junk that wasnt properly tested. The Skylake errata list makes me wish I went x99 or stayed on z97....longer than both hat have been out way longer. All labeled: No Fix...quality frown.gif

Congratulations, you've successfully made such little sense, that it's not possible to respond in a way that would help anyone. Might finally be time for you to purchase from another vendor.
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I wouldnt...even though I abhor Corsair (seasonic oem) psu I still have a hard time believing you got a bunk axi over an ASUS z170 board. Compare failure and RMA rates of each product and apply Occam's Razor. The main reason I avoid them(seasonic psus) is resonance (plebs call it coil whine incorrectly) but they have a very low failure rate while ASUS Z170 boards return rate is insane. One can cry user error with 4/5 boards but 3/5 and there is a consistent issue. Add in a company with the largest portion of market share and you matter not..they already got your money so to speak.

If somehow Z170 boards arent comptible with one of the most popular PSUs...still on ASUS...unless someone can enlighten me as to how this chipset is so much more sensitive than z97 and earlier and why then my guess was ASUS rushed to market with some junk that wasnt properly tested. The Skylake errata list makes me wish I went x99 or stayed on z97....longer than both that have been out on the market way longer. All labeled: No Fix...quality frown.gif


It may or may not work for him, but he has a spare PSU laying around why not give it a shot...i spent a week trying different things with my build, never thought a PSU would be the problem since i see power, i see the fans spinning, i see LEDs light up, just would not POST...never in my mind did i think my PSU was bad...but guess what, as my last option before I chuck the build out the window, it was my PSU that wouldn't let me POST.
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Hello @all,

a quick question. I understand Vcore readings have a 16mV resolution. Does anyone know the resolution of the other voltage readings or where I could find those -- especially VDIMM?

I have a Z170-Deluxe and wondered why 1.350v VDIMM ended up as 1.344v or if I entered 1.355v manually, I would get the reading alternating between 1.344v and 1.360v. So I guess the resolution here is 16mV as well?

Thanks in advance -- and have a nice weekend,
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