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Folks,

Hoping someone could help me with this issue:

I've had this happen with all my ASUS motherboards -- when I power my system off, any peripherals connected via USB will still have their LEDs powered on. Does anyone know which power management setting in the BIOS I need to tweak?
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post #82 of 144
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Folks,

Hoping someone could help me with this issue:

I've had this happen with all my ASUS motherboards -- when I power my system off, any peripherals connected via USB will still have their LEDs powered on. Does anyone know which power management setting in the BIOS I need to tweak?

You might need to disable "ASUS USB Charger+" by software or navigating in BIOS. Will depend on your motherboard model.
post #83 of 144
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Folks,

Hoping someone could help me with this issue:

I've had this happen with all my ASUS motherboards -- when I power my system off, any peripherals connected via USB will still have their LEDs powered on. Does anyone know which power management setting in the BIOS I need to tweak?

In the bios go to Advanced>APM Configuration>ErP Ready and change it to Enabled S4+S5. I did it to turn turn off my Maximus Viii Formula's LEDs while the pc is off.
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In the bios go to Advanced>APM Configuration>ErP Ready and change it to Enabled S4+S5. I did it to turn turn off my Maximus Viii Formula's LEDs while the pc is off.

I was looking for this, thanks! +rep! thumb.gif
    
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post #85 of 144
Glad I could help. It really annoyed me until I figured it out.
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Considering going this route for my next build - These boards a good way to look?
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Hi everybody, can someone confirm this video is a good strating point for overclock the Maximus with i7 6700k?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZe26lv7lJ4
post #88 of 144
try this one:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pL_n5l4gWU

I managed to overclock mine to 4.6ghz easily.
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post #89 of 144
The restart connector from the panel it's the RSTCON# and +3V ? Because I had connected and my case restart button didn't response.
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I am still on old bios 0401 from last year on my ranger viii, and been trying the last 8 months to update and always get the same error "selected file is not a proper bios" tried all the usual things like change usb sticks, different names and different ways, so my question is, i know there was a important update that put right the wrong fclk 800 setting, so seeing as i cant update my bios, is there anyway i can manually/overclock a setting to get it to the correct 1000 setting ?, im overclocked at a simple 45 x 100 all on auto, thx, oh, my pc has been stable from the start.

NOTE: The new bios's added a separate FCLK tab so you could change value in bios, but my bios dont have that, so hoping i can get to 1000 FCLK another way ?
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