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post #13331 of 16056
Ok. On that pdf, go to page 12 that has the mobo diagram. Try messing with numbers 5 (pg34), 6, and 7. Separately at first.

Also, page 33, about Jumpers. Do the RTC clearing, as that will wipe out all settings in the bios.

Also, page 56. 2.1.4 Asus BIOS Updater. This looks promising.
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post #13332 of 16056
Check you didn't flick an switches on the mobo that aren't now in default positions.
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Absolutely loved the R5 I'm having now. No issues with it, and it survived being kicked in the front by accident.
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LoL - Anything that can survive a kick to the face is worth a mention biggrin.gif
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post #13335 of 16056
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Originally Posted by doesntevenMATer View Post

My Fractal Design Define R5 Case Mod Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

So I had every intention of spending my weekend putting together a build log showing progress made on my first water cooled and modded computer build.
...BUT...
Last night I completed the water cooling loop and the system started up with no problem. I was super nervous water would just start gushing everywhere, but the system didn't have any leaks and booted without any issues What's the first thing you do after water cooling your PC? OVERCLOCK! I figured I'd play it safe and used Asus' automatic overclocking utility in the Ai Suite. The system reboots a couple times, which is expected. On the third reboot my computer did not come back on. I instantly had a bad feeling about this, like it was more than just a little Windows 10 quirk.
When I tried to turn on my PC again it posted fine, gave me the DEL or F12 to BIOS option (which did not work), and afterwards I got a message saying "Data in the EC or EC cash may be corrupt".
WHAT THE HECK?! I checked all of the usual things. I did the routine CMOS jumper, battery, power supply, change ram, unplug non-essentials, blah, blah blah. Nothing has worked. So I got the pleasure of taking apart my new water cooled system so I can try to fix the motherboard. Waiting for a reply from Asus as to what I should do. I'm hoping they will have an easy fix or will be able to replace my board.

I was/am so upset about the situation that I figured posting something will make me feel like I've actually accomplished something. So here are the exterior shots of my case.

The design is rather simple. 3 blow holes with MnPCtech overkill fan grills and the MnPCtech machined side panel. Eventually there will be a digital thermometer display behind the front cover that can be seen through the middle fan grill. Other than that I don't plan on doing much more to the exterior. My aesthetic tends to be rather simple and clean as opposed to the flash computers that will turn heads and I'm OK with that.








Can't you boot a secondary UEFI or at least reset the one you have? None the less as said there is always that Asus USB recovery.
It's one thing I don't like about Asus boards, often only 1 UEFI and a pain to recover. Using auto overclocking from mobo manufacturer is a dumb idea to begin with biggrin.gif

I like the stainless steel hex bolts, but that's about it. It looks like a Frankenstein and the clean look is gone. All it misses is camo paint, rust and bullet holes.
post #13336 of 16056
Well good news, I got my mobo back to working condition. In the end I had to clear the CMOS via the jumper, disconnect the 24 and 8 pin power, and remove the battery overnight. Before I had only left the board unplugged for a couple minutes and apparently that wasn't long enough.

Work log attempt #2 coming soon.

JackCY: I'm so fortunate that I'll be finished in time for Halloween. "A Frankenstein" will be perfect for the holiday. You're in luck as well, I've heard lots of people are going out as trolls this year.
Thanks for the constructive criticism.
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Anyone with the Define S tried fitting two 360mm radiators in it? The manual says it's possible but looking at the case, I'm not so sure
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post #13338 of 16056
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Originally Posted by ZC4065 View Post

Anyone with the Define S tried fitting two 360mm radiators in it? The manual says it's possible but looking at the case, I'm not so sure

Someone posted a picture a few weeks back of it. They were both slim radiators though and the clearance was almost non existent. I would go back and search for ya but I am lazy.
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Someone posted a picture a few weeks back of it. They were both slim radiators though and the clearance was almost non existent. I would go back and search for ya but I am lazy.

they were not that slim, 38mm rad + 25mm fan on top and front. he posted a build log, here is the link:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1570312/build-log-fractal-define-s-x99-980-sli-watercooled-lf-reaction-reservoir
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as said before. A 360 rad top and a 280 front looks better with similar overall rad space.
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