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04-04-2020 02:25 PM
Ownedj00
Quote: Originally Posted by ManniX-ITA View Post
Right! That would be something to check first.



Is your ErP setting enabled or enabled now?
ErP??

Quote: Originally Posted by ManniX-ITA View Post
The fan hub is powered externally by SATA/Molex or takes it from the fan header?
If it's using external power probably doesn't matter but in any case I wouldn't use CPU_OPT.

I would move the H150i to SYS_FAN5 and the hub to SYS_FAN1, if not possible to SYS_FAN6 or SYS_FAN4.

Keep it as it is for at least twice the time you usually get a bios reset, just not to sing victory too early.
If it doesn't happen again then you can try to move back the H150i to the CPU_FAN.
I'll give this a go and see how it goes. i'll report back soon
04-04-2020 06:00 AM
ManniX-ITA
Quote: Originally Posted by pschorr1123 View Post
Do you think enabling ERP would have helped mitigate that issue dude had where his LEDs on the stock CPU cooler were sucking down power via the fan header?
Right! That would be something to check first.

Quote: Originally Posted by Ownedj00 View Post
I have only my cpu fan's on tthe cpu fan header (Corsair H150i) and a fan hub with 5 fans on the cpu fan opt header. Will this cause problems?
Is your ErP setting enabled or enabled now?
04-04-2020 05:13 AM
pschorr1123
Quote: Originally Posted by ManniX-ITA View Post
For which board?
If it's the Master, I found it has problems booting via USB. Also the Thunderbolt options are exposed even on the first revision without it.
I'm sticking to F12a and so far has been very reliable.



At least in one case has been linked to power draw from the fan headers.
Can you try running with only the CPU fan and/or move the CPU fan to a different header?

SNIP.
Do you think enabling ERP would have helped mitigate that issue dude had where his LEDs on the stock CPU cooler were sucking down power via the fan header?
04-04-2020 12:43 AM
ManniX-ITA
Quote: Originally Posted by Ownedj00 View Post
I have only my cpu fan's on tthe cpu fan header (Corsair H150i) and a fan hub with 5 fans on the cpu fan opt header. Will this cause problems?
The fan hub is powered externally by SATA/Molex or takes it from the fan header?
If it's using external power probably doesn't matter but in any case I wouldn't use CPU_OPT.

I would move the H150i to SYS_FAN5 and the hub to SYS_FAN1, if not possible to SYS_FAN6 or SYS_FAN4.

Keep it as it is for at least twice the time you usually get a bios reset, just not to sing victory too early.
If it doesn't happen again then you can try to move back the H150i to the CPU_FAN.
04-03-2020 11:10 PM
Ownedj00
Quote: Originally Posted by ManniX-ITA View Post
For which board?
At least in one case has been linked to power draw from the fan headers.
Can you try running with only the CPU fan and/or move the CPU fan to a different header?

About doing RMA because of a low production number; of course it's a terrible idea.
The statistical sample is too low, we are talking about maybe a dozen failures over probably thousands sold? We don't even know the real numbers.
The normal failure rate in electronics it's still orders of magnitude higher than this.

Indeed the first batch has always a higher chance of a production issue.
But there's another factor, the primary one, into play: age.
Statistically the first batch returns are higher at the beginning simply because they have been used for a longer time.
Newer batches already had some failures reported here and if everything is normal in a few months the return rate will be equivalent to the first batches.
I have only my cpu fan's on tthe cpu fan header (Corsair H150i) and a fan hub with 5 fans on the cpu fan opt header. Will this cause problems?
04-03-2020 11:02 PM
ManniX-ITA
Quote: Originally Posted by n4p0l3onic View Post
Hey people, what's the difference between F10 bios and the beta F12E bios? Thx
For which board?
If it's the Master, I found it has problems booting via USB. Also the Thunderbolt options are exposed even on the first revision without it.
I'm sticking to F12a and so far has been very reliable.

Quote: Originally Posted by Ownedj00 View Post
I have #182 and have replaced the mem battery already as ive been having bios dumps every few days and even after replacing the battery it still happens so i'm at a loss as to what it could be.

build in sig below
At least in one case has been linked to power draw from the fan headers.
Can you try running with only the CPU fan and/or move the CPU fan to a different header?

About doing RMA because of a low production number; of course it's a terrible idea.
The statistical sample is too low, we are talking about maybe a dozen failures over probably thousands sold? We don't even know the real numbers.
The normal failure rate in electronics it's still orders of magnitude higher than this.

Indeed the first batch has always a higher chance of a production issue.
But there's another factor, the primary one, into play: age.
Statistically the first batch returns are higher at the beginning simply because they have been used for a longer time.
Newer batches already had some failures reported here and if everything is normal in a few months the return rate will be equivalent to the first batches.
04-03-2020 01:11 PM
Ownedj00 I have #182 and have replaced the mem battery already as ive been having bios dumps every few days and even after replacing the battery it still happens so i'm at a loss as to what it could be.

build in sig below
04-03-2020 11:13 AM
Acertified My boards are #444 and #375. I have had them for approximately 7 months and they are still running perfect. I think just because you have a low number board has nothing to do with them being bad. It is simply the luck of the draw. My #444 board is loaded up and it still works just fine. Every PCIe slot has something in it. Every NVME slot has something in it. It is Water Cooled although with an AIO and Not a custom loop. DONT RMA your boards just because the production number is low.
04-03-2020 10:02 AM
meridius Mine is 0956, but i am not bothered as its working and not only that it will have 2 warranty anyway so it should be all good. and telling people to RMA a low number board is just stupid as even later boards could have a defect.

I build things in electronics manufacturing and trust me newer builds can still have there problems, if you get a faulty part form a manufacturer to build your own items it can still work but have problems down the line.

if it works keep it if not send it back simple as that just because its a newer batch does not mean its built to 100% perfection.
04-03-2020 09:31 AM
n4p0l3onic Hey people, what's the difference between F10 bios and the beta F12E bios? Thx
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