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post #3791 of 3836 (permalink) Old 01-09-2020, 06:47 AM
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Kinda figured. Any idea how much?

No Idea, best guess is that they would either replace the entire socket, or give you a trade in price to have the entire board swapped.


Keep an eye on your PM I'll send you a number.

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No Idea, best guess is that they would either replace the entire socket, or give you a trade in price to have the entire board swapped.


Keep an eye on your PM I'll send you a number.


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From some of the previous reading during my RMAs (they wrote to me that they would charge me as CID in the first case, but I preempted that), the price can vary, and sometimes can go up to the full price on the mobo or close to that. However, there was an option there to dispute the CID as such or to dispute the amount quoted, something around the idea "the purchase price was lower" or something like that. I am speculating, but if you could find either a proof of purchase lower, or even a current ebay price for a used mobo (or even a damaged one), you can try your luck. Bent pins are certainly classified as Customer Induced Damage, but depending on what they perceive as difficulty and time needed to complete, I would have a hard time predicting their quote (which, presumably, can vary from $80 to $280 and, again, I am wildly speculating with these numbers, as $80 would be a less plausible scenario, I think)

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z390 Apex XI here with Trident Z Royals. Is there a mobo BIOS setting to disable the rgb on the ram only? I like to keep the mobo leds on white.

I've only been successful to turn off the ram RGB with the gskill software. But it requires a service in windows and only turns it off once windows is loaded.

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z390 Apex XI here with Trident Z Royals. Is there a mobo BIOS setting to disable the rgb on the ram only? I like to keep the mobo leds on white.

I've only been successful to turn off the ram RGB with the gskill software. But it requires a service in windows and only turns it off once windows is loaded.

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You can disable just the ram with armoury crate.

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You can disable just the ram with armoury crate.

I don't have armoury crate installed, trying to cut down on all unecessary bloatware.

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I don't have armoury crate installed, trying to cut down on all unecessary bloatware.
Just a suggestion, it's the only way I know of...

You could try to take off the heat-sinks and see if it can be disabled. The only other way I know of to turn off just the ram LED lighting is to buy ram that doesn't have LED lighting

Sorry I just don't understand this mindset. I get it if it's some crappy resource hungry anti-malware application, or a third party application that really has no business running in the background like Steam when I'm not playing a game, or my qBittorrent program that starts by default when Windows boots unless you disable that behavior, it doesn't need to be running unless I'm DLing something. These can be shut off by using msconfig or the apps settings. But not installing a lighting control application from the manufacture that I can use to control the lighting from my desktop, or the software for my sound-card because it's "bloatware"??? They don't take up that much resource wise nor do they take up that much space on my C: drive I have games MUCH larger than Armoury Crate. Geeze it's not like I can't watch a movie while I use Excel, Word (with multiple instances of it sometimes as many as 10), look at the Power Points my professors post AND surf on the internet with 15 or 20 tabs open to get my research for class done (yes I do ALL of this simultaneously) because Armoury Crate makes my video stutter, reduces my FPS, or screws with my internet connection...

Personally I think you can take such things a tad to far, but then I don't use a computer half as hard as a lot of people here I'm sure.

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z390 Apex XI here with Trident Z Royals. Is there a mobo BIOS setting to disable the rgb on the ram only? I like to keep the mobo leds on white.

I've only been successful to turn off the ram RGB with the gskill software. But it requires a service in windows and only turns it off once windows is loaded.

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yeah, set it to ALL OFF in bios under Advanced> . THe sticks will light until OS handoff. Asus Aura is what you need to also set to OFF under "shutdown". AFAIK, can't disable the LEDs until after POST.

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I don't have armoury crate installed, trying to cut down on all unecessary bloatware.
Exactly the same reason I didn't install it and stuck with the same red rgb. ram is stuck with the RGB cycling, may look at a non RBG set next week.
Kind of over this RGB thing.

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You could try to take off the heat-sinks and see if it can be disabled. The only other way I know of to turn off just the ram LED lighting is to buy ram that doesn't have LED lighting

Just my .02
GSkill 4800 c18 doesn't come without rgb. This kit was needed for best overclocking capabilities. The rest of your post is irrelevant.

Quote: Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post
yeah, set it to ALL OFF in bios under Advanced> . THe sticks will light until OS handoff. Asus Aura is what you need to also set to OFF under "shutdown". AFAIK, can't disable the LEDs until after POST.
Tried that, it turns everything off including the mobo LEDs. I don't mind the mobo ones, just the ram to keep heat down for maximum overclock.

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Exactly the same reason I didn't install it and stuck with the same red rgb. ram is stuck with the RGB cycling, may look at a non RBG set next week.
Kind of over this RGB thing.
Hoping they put out higher binned ram without RGB going forward.

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