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Sounds like either NVRAM or ME corruption. Try reflashing UEFI and see if that fixes it or not. If not, coderush on HOCP forums has ME flashing tool you can try or you can try RMA.
Not quite as simple as that. Two things you have to account for outside CAS, is tBurst (time it makes to burst the data) and the fact that memory controller frequency and L3 cache access times are...
Try 1908. If it's not that it might be some weird ME fw corruption.
Could be corrupt ME firmware or UEFI bug. Which UEFI version are you running?
Our support guys are looking at this now - might be tricky locating those peripherals but they should be able to sort something out for you. Just be mindful to read the RMA instructions before...
Do you have a fan pointing over the VRM heatsink? If not, do it, the FETs will get hot and throttle or shutdown the board if the temp gets too high. Over 4.5GHz, these CPUs pull a serious amount of...
Have you loaded the XMP profile for that kit? It should work quite well at its stock timings and frequency. I assume you are using the latest UEFI build as well.
Will have to wait and see. If we feel we need to update our board range, we do.
We are still stocking and selling them as far as I am aware. Boards don't go EOL until the next platform launches.
Sounds like DIMMs are not being mapped because they are not passing training. You'll probably need to adjust voltages and memory timings to get the kit stable.
Of course it will :-)
You know someone's not sleepin right :P
I told Andre to drug his coffee...lol
It has been patched internally. Qual process can take time if they had other things to add in as well. Nothing I can do about that. I just know it's patched internally and will be released when the...
All in good time folks. :)
If it's happening in the OS only and you have AI Suite plus AIDA monitoring voltages and fan speeds, it could possibly cause the issue you are seeing.
Should not be. The input voltage would have to vary quite a bit for the regulator to change the fan speed like that.
Are you using AIDA or any other monitoring tool at the same time as AI Suite?...
Try changing the fan speed and temp settings on that header. You may be on the border of a fan speed change at the temp. If it's not that, the only other thing I can think of is whether you are...
Reported to HQ. No promises. Like I said, HQ need to have a card available AND be able to replicate the problem. If it gets patched it gets patched, if not, nothing more I can do.
So do you have the VBIOS version and full make and model of the GPU? Can't do much for you without those.
Can't answer that sorry - I don't know.
All i can do is forward your card model and VBIOS version, rest is up to HQ.
You can contact your local ASUS Support also if you wish.
Depends where the issue lies and IF HQ still have such old GPUs. Can't promise anything on this one.
PS. might be worth listing GPU make and model together with VBIOS version.
Which UEFI version were you using on the Gene that does not allow this GPU to POST? Did you try any older Gene UEFI build?
Could be a number of things:
1) Board warped in new case or something got damaged in the change over.
2) A "short" between the new case and motherboard somewhere.
3) Is that one of the...
This has been patched, just awaiting qualification process to complete at HQ - should be soon.