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  1. Please contact service for your region in order...

    Please contact service for your region in order for the fault to be logged via the correct channels.
  2. And with different modular cables? Seeing as the...

    And with different modular cables? Seeing as the VGA LED is occasionally lit. If you have a system integrator or local store nearby, would make sense to have them test it seeing as this is the second...
  3. 1. Other users having issues with POST does not...

    1. Other users having issues with POST does not mean any two issues are the same. POST process has several stages, and the user you are refering to is not receiving the same stop code as your system,...
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    Hello, The best advice anyone can give you is...

    Hello,

    The best advice anyone can give you is that if the kit is not on the memory vendor or ASUS QVL, test it and find out. Every individual CPU is different. Memory support overall on Gen3 is...
  5. OP: Can you confirm if you've updated to the...

    OP: Can you confirm if you've updated to the latest UEFI using USB Flashback? (0602)

    https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/ROG-Zenith-II-Extreme/HelpDesk_BIOS/
  6. So to confirm, you're refusing to remove the m.2...

    So to confirm, you're refusing to remove the m.2 drive that uses allocated PCIE lanes in order for us to better debug a PCIE error? Doesn't seem like you want help if you can't take the time to...
  7. Given the nature of the M.2 NVME drives...

    Given the nature of the M.2 NVME drives allocating lanes, it makes sense for the sake of debugging to remove them and see if the system then POSTs.
  8. Can you confirm the GPUs you are trying to POST...

    Can you confirm the GPUs you are trying to POST with are the ones in your signature? Have you tried any number of combinations? (For instance 3x 1070)

    D4 is a PCI resource allocation error,...
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    For anyone else who feels they wish to post with...

    For anyone else who feels they wish to post with some kind of conjecture as to why the thread has been deleted, the OP decided to delete at his own will. As a community forum, users are free to...
  10. Hello, Mode 2 also sets other parameters that...

    Hello, Mode 2 also sets other parameters that individual CPUs and modules can sometimes prefer. Always best to try both Tweak Modes when experiencing POST or stability issues.
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    To answer your question you would first need to...

    To answer your question you would first need to understand how MCE works. Have a read from here: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?106375-MCE-explanations-and-others
  12. 4133 with all slots populated can be tough even...

    4133 with all slots populated can be tough even on T-toplogy motherboards. The amount of SA and IO voltage needed depends on the CPU, too.

    Try Maximus Tweak Mode 2 and see if this aids stability...
  13. XMP I is the validated board profile that you...

    XMP I is the validated board profile that you will have seen on past generations. Every time a board is validated, this profile is the one used by the memory vendor and ASUS. On Z390, there is now...
  14. Assuming you're both receiving the Mem O.K...

    Assuming you're both receiving the Mem O.K message, then both of you.
  15. Looks like MEM O.K. You can disable the switch...

    Looks like MEM O.K. You can disable the switch located on the board. Might want to check memory stability, too. The function kicks in when POST stress tests fail.
  16. Hello, The Encore is the better board, hence...

    Hello,

    The Encore is the better board, hence why it's priced above.

    I have linked you to the product comparison tool.
    ...
  17. Some builds can simply favour certain CPUs over...

    Some builds can simply favour certain CPUs over others, as no two CPU are identical. If the system was working fine on the previous build, it's safe to leave it. Or, you can dial out the instability...
  18. XMP II is the memory vendor profile, which tends...

    XMP II is the memory vendor profile, which tends to have looser sub timings than the optimised board profile (XMP1). Your new CPU likely has a slightly weaker IMC.
  19. Should be fine, although ratios above 3600 can...

    Should be fine, although ratios above 3600 can sometimes require manual tuning depending on the CPU and memory kit. Be sure to try with Maximus Tweak Modes if experiencing difficulty.
  20. Hello, Reseat both the CPU and memory modules,...

    Hello,

    Reseat both the CPU and memory modules, whilst checking for even mounting pressure when reattaching the cooler.
  21. Still sounds like memory instability. Subsequent...

    Still sounds like memory instability. Subsequent clear of the UEFI / flash probably cleared whatever was stuck in NVRAM.
  22. Hello, the QVL is old as the motherboard is...

    Hello, the QVL is old as the motherboard is fairly old, too. Please check the memory vendor QVL for compatibility. Or choose a kit at or below 3600Mhz to ensure the best chance of plug and play...
  23. * Memory instability. The applied settings arent...

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    Memory instability. The applied settings arent passing training, so the subsequent restarts are the system attempting to do so. With XMP 1 applied, try using Maximus Tweak Mode 1. You may need to...
  24. Current Capability simply increases the amount of...

    Current Capability simply increases the amount of current allowed through the die before OCP. If you're not experiencing any OCP behavior, it can be left alone and the default setting is of no...
  25. Overclocking memory holds no assurances. SoC...

    Overclocking memory holds no assurances. SoC voltage can need to be adjusted manually. Test methodically within the region of 0.850 to 1.15v.
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