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Originally Posted by R71800XSS View Post

Like yo said me con ASP.NET and with services activated and HPET on (BIOS 1002).

Well mad.gif other problem, run the Zs and go to minitoolbar but "deactivate"


Thanks in advance.

double click the toolbox icon and it will open.
post #11022 of 17850
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Originally Posted by rossctr View Post

Great..... I've had this board, CPU and RAM exactly one day. What are the chances of being able to swap this stuff in store? Or would it actually need to be sent off to the manufacturer?

That depends on your retailer. I got them swapped in 2days.

Did you use the RGB software?
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

That depends on your retailer. I got them swapped in 2days.

Did you use the RGB software?

I did but not immediately before it died, maybe this morning at some point. It actually never came back on after I restarted the PC. All the motherboard RGB stopped working yesterday as well.... Not having much luck it seems.

If it is caused by software then Asus should really pull it down.
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Originally Posted by rossctr View Post


I did but not immediately before it died, maybe this morning at some point. It actually never came back on after I restarted the PC. All the motherboard RGB stopped working yesterday as well.... Not having much luck it seems.

If it is caused by software then Asus should really pull it down.

Aura is a bit iffy. The GSkill software is catastrophically bad. The latest version of aura seems stable. But if you install aura and the gsKill RGB software they fight with each other over the SMbus. Both programs do not uninstall cleanly. You have to do it manually. Search the thread about 48 hours ago.

I needed to completely uninstall manually the old aura including services and scheduled task, install the gskill stuff, it then woke my RAM RGB from its dead state. Then I immediately uninstalled the Gskill stuff, again  manually, again including services .

Then installed the newest aura 4.0.29 and all is well. Mobo and RAM RGB all working fine.

 

Sometimes at the moment only one of my ram sticks trains properly, the other one is running slower (different timings) so is not used. Seems to happen only after a restart, not a shutdown or reset.


Edited by dorbot - 4/23/17 at 12:18pm
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Originally Posted by rossctr View Post

I did but not immediately
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Originally Posted by bavarianblessed View Post

Any chance you could post screenshots from your Extreme Tweaker and Digi+ Power control pages in the BIOS?
it died, maybe this morning at some point. It actually never came back on after I restarted the PC. All the motherboard RGB stopped working yesterday as well.... Not having much luck it seems.

If it is caused by software then Asus should really pull it down.

Not Asus software, but the Gskill RGB software!
post #11026 of 17850
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

Not Asus software, but the Gskill RGB software!

Ive not actually used the Gskill software, only Asus. The version in the utilities section on the motherboard support page
post #11027 of 17850
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Originally Posted by rossctr View Post

Ive not actually used the Gskill software, only Asus. The version in the utilities section on the motherboard support page

Hmm then my theory ends about Gskill rgb software. But anyway your dram died for sure. Bring it back, you probably will get new ones.

Same happened to me and others, first RGB Leds died then I saw crazy xmp settings in SPD like you..
post #11028 of 17850
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

Hmm then my theory ends about Gskill rgb software. But anyway your dram died for sure. Bring it back, you probably will get new ones.

Same happened to me and others, first RGB Leds died then I saw crazy xmp settings in SPD like you..

Funny thing is, in BIOS SPD it shows DIMM-B2 as the one that lost the XMP profile etc yet that is the stick the still has the LEDs working :/
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4022 HPET on from boot (Click to show)
4022 HPET on from sleep (Click to show)
4022 HPET off from boot (Click to show)
4022 HPET off from sleep (Click to show)

These are with my custom plan, no core parking.
4022 HPET on 50% core parking from sleep (Click to show)

Not much change on my end from 50% core parking, as far as all-core load is concerned. I think the cores are smart enough to wake up fully when all cores are needed, but less than all core is where i saw the performance drops, which is consistent below 50% core parking.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/23/17 at 12:28pm
post #11030 of 17850
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Originally Posted by rossctr View Post

Funny thing is, in BIOS SPD it shows DIMM-B2 as the one that lost the XMP profile etc yet that is the stick the still has the LEDs working :/

More funny is that mine did same. The one with broken RGB showed the right xmp profile. And the other one with Leds half working showed weird xmp ( 0.0)

I removed the stick one by one and tried to boot. The one with weird xmp didn't boot anymore when seated alone in the banks. That was the moment I knew the stick was died.
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