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    You shouldn't need to change the AUTO one, that's...

    You shouldn't need to change the AUTO one, that's why it's AUTO. It'll AUTO detect PCI-e and behave as such. Can't speak for the other one. That depends on the exact motherboard, you can't just make...
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    It's not normal, period. Training by definition...

    It's not normal, period. Training by definition means you TRAIN something, and after a while, training STOPS. The way it is now training NEVER STOPS unless the user manually intervenes and enables...
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    Then you're all set, x4 is max speed. If you're...

    Then you're all set, x4 is max speed. If you're not doing so already, make sure u use the samsung nvme driver! Might squeeze out some extra speed.
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    Which model of nvme SSD's are you using? If...

    Which model of nvme SSD's are you using? If samsung's the magician software should be able to tell you exactly what speed they're operating in.
  5. No risk? They shouldn't be using the BIOS table's...

    No risk? They shouldn't be using the BIOS table's to pull that stunt to begin with! It's perfectly fine that they developed it, but they should be offering it on the driver cd/dvd and downloads. Not...
  6. Mine is too, but wait until you flash a...

    Mine is too, but wait until you flash a biosupdate, then go into tools and check the setting. It'll be enabled again, by default!
  7. and you're surprised it aint working (properly)....

    and you're surprised it aint working (properly). They shouldn't be injecting that crap by default through the bios anyway! Major security risk to misuse the bios for things like that. That's freaking...
  8. It aint, that's one of the first things i...

    It aint, that's one of the first things i disabled in the bios. I don't like the bios being misused to inject driver or anything else. Let alone a windows app. In my mind its a SEVERE breach of trust...
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    Insert a GFX card > iGPU automatically disabled.

    Insert a GFX card > iGPU automatically disabled.
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    Afaik the bios flashback way should fix this....

    Afaik the bios flashback way should fix this. I've never had to do this before (and hope i never will). This should help you https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1013998/ Use a FAT32 formatted device to...
  11. I'll have to try that over the weekend.

    I'll have to try that over the weekend.
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    84 is nothing unusually high. You can't also just...

    84 is nothing unusually high. You can't also just compare 1 motherboard to another. 2 different boards have 2 different designs and each is impacted differently on heat transfer. There's also the...
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    You cant do that lol. The connector behavior is...

    You cant do that lol. The connector behavior is hardwired on the motherboard PCB.
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    You said it yourself when the M.2 sockets are...

    You said it yourself when the M.2 sockets are operating in SATA MODE (aka SATA BASED M.2 drives), sata port 2 will be disabled. Since you're using NVME drives that issue is moot. I was wondering the...
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    Intel Management Engine (SGX)

    Intel Management Engine (SGX)
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    just use a zip tie to tie it to the rest of the...

    just use a zip tie to tie it to the rest of the cable or just let it "hang" there. There really isn't much "cable" to the 2nd 4pin to hang very loose. You can indeed use it for an 8 pin. Most...
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    #1 Probably some user will come in and say...

    #1 Probably some user will come in and say "Normal behavior for the Maximus XI platform". To me it isn't. We'll have to wait if and when Asus might release a fix. There's only cases in my mind where...
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    There should be an 8pin one split into 2x 4pin...

    There should be an 8pin one split into 2x 4pin cable too in the cable set. There was in my AX860i, and i hooked it and the 8 pin up to my M11F. 24+8 pin are "required", do not hook up JUST the 24pin...
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    i've got mine set to static single color too at...

    i've got mine set to static single color too at 0%. Reason for high cpu usage is probably because it has to constantly send lighting commands for the various effects otherwise.
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    The official ones, maybe there's updated ones on...

    The official ones, maybe there's updated ones on the product page, but other than that i'd contact asus support. Maybe a board issue. Mine works fine.
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    is all hardware properly recognised in device...

    is all hardware properly recognised in device manager? You may need to use the driver CD. I had to because Win 10 x64 1809 didn't automatically find the needed drivers. LiveDash works fine here for...
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    If its on the QVL its tested to be compatible....

    If its on the QVL its tested to be compatible. It's that simple, anything else is at your own risk. Plain and simple.
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    cause it's a non-overclockable processor and...

    cause it's a non-overclockable processor and you're trying to overclock it. You do the math :p
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    Can't say it's unusual. liquid coolers a little...

    Can't say it's unusual. liquid coolers a little more efficient at cooling than air coolers, but they also keep the temperature longer than air does. My 9900k OC'd via an XMP profile to 4.7Ghz on all...
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    What you're doing by modifying the BCLK is...

    What you're doing by modifying the BCLK is overclocking, you got the wrong processor period. Keep doing what you're doing and you're essentially at risk to permanently damage both your motherboard...
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