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Num Lock is set Enabled in Bios, but I must Press it upon boot. On my CH5 it works properly
WIN + R / regedit / HKEY_USERS / .DEFAULT / Control Panel / Keyboard / InitialKeyboardIndicators set this to 2
Repeat same step for the ones that start with S-1-5..... / Control Panel / Keyboard / InitialKeyboardIndicators set this to 2
Reboot
post #13092 of 16894
Why should I have to do a Reg Edit?
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WIN + R / regedit / HKEY_USERS / .DEFAULT / Control Panel / Keyboard / InitialKeyboardIndicators set this to 2
Repeat same step for the ones that start with S-1-5..... / Control Panel / Keyboard / InitialKeyboardIndicators set this to 2
Reboot

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Why should I have to do a Reg Edit?

I think he means this as workaround for your "problem". But I'm sure you just said that to mention a possible BIOS bug, not that it is an actual problem for you?!
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I am glad I purchased Asus mobo smile.gif , I like the "hyperdimensional dungeon game" smile.gif .

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post #13095 of 16894
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I think he means this as workaround for your "problem". But I'm sure you just said that to mention a possible BIOS bug, not that it is an actual problem for you?!
Yea, I had the same issue. This fixed the num lock (bug?) for the login screen.
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Originally Posted by Clukos View Post

My maximum 100% stable OC at 1.3v vcore (1.286v load) and 1.45v on the RAM, 1.175v soc



For 3600CL14 I need 1.4750v ram and 1.2v soc and I'm not sure that's 100% stable either. And because I'm running with the Wraith Spire I noticed that going over 1.3v on the vcore spikes temps dramatically, from 65-67C under load to 80C+ thumb.gif

I'm not sure what you mean by 100% stable but I have 3500CL14 with 1.40 DRAM and 1.10 SOC, are you tweaking the rest of the voltages as well or are you just changing those?
post #13097 of 16894
Is anyone able to find the trident Z RGB 3200CL14 on Thaiphoon's SPD browser? The only 3200 I can found is CL 16, so definetely not for samsung B-die.
post #13098 of 16894
All I continue to torment the operative. . In general, by trial and error, I found this result. 1 and 2 slot mother, run any of my 2 g.skill to 3200 , but 3 and 4 slot, do not run. And when I connect 2 bars, then 2933 starts the system, and on 3200 there. The bios was 1002, 0083, at the given time of 1007. The marriage of the slots ???
post #13099 of 16894
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

Hi folks,

Can someone who has a board with non-working RGB LED lighting please contact me? We need a board that is non-responsive to Aura/firmware, where the RGB LEDs will not work no matter what you do. If you have such an issue please drop me a PM. We'll set up an exchange so that we can find out why this is happening.

-Raja

Crap, I have the issue but I have a custom loop :/ it happened to me after flashing 1107.

I tried disabling ROG Effect -> led in the BIOS and also RGB, nothing worked.
Edited by Wally West - 5/2/17 at 8:38am
post #13100 of 16894
Hi,

i updated my board to 1107 and i can run my ram at 2666. I haven`t tried much more.

What gets me a little worried and annoyed is the CPU temperature. When i go into Bios it is always around 57°.

RyzenMaster shows me temps around 30-35 and HWinfo64 says CPU around 50 and CPU socket around 30.

I had the Asus X370 Prime before that and it would give me temps in bios, ai suite and ryzen master.

Which temps can i trust?

Is my board defect?

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