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  1. Thread: What happined

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    Is it still working now a few weeks later?...

    Is it still working now a few weeks later? Overcurrent protection would cut all power so you wouldn't get any post code until the trip is reset and then everything works again. The only way I could...
  2. Thread: What happined

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    If the motherboard swap didn't fix it then I'd...

    If the motherboard swap didn't fix it then I'd say it's unlikely. Since you have two GPUs I'd try them one at a time to eliminate a GPU as a potential issue. You could also try a single memory stick...
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    Is the pad stuck to the drive or the board? A...

    Is the pad stuck to the drive or the board? A picture might help. Anyway, an adhesive pad should not be like a permanent glue. Removing it may cause it to be less sticky but it should not damage...
  4. Hey Nermalion, the inquries section is only...

    Hey Nermalion, the inquries section is only available to escalate an existing RMA. You would have to work with regular phone or email support first. AFAIK the dongle is not available separately but...
  5. ***Moved back per James's request. *** ...

    ***Moved back per James's request. ***

    Unfortunately I don't have any ideas for you, James.
  6. Where did the MP510 come from? Is it possible...

    Where did the MP510 come from? Is it possible there was an OS installed on it previously? If so you might be getting the repair message because it is trying to boot off of the MP510. I would go into...
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    You probably already figured this out but the...

    You probably already figured this out but the Crosshair is going to be better for overclocking with better power delivery. If you just want to run a CPU at stock settings even the TUF would be fine...
  8. I never said it wasn't owned by ASUS. ASUS set...

    I never said it wasn't owned by ASUS. ASUS set this up years ago for customers to discuss products with each other and has never offered it as an official support channel. There are other channels...
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    Just to clarify, it's referring to a potential...

    Just to clarify, it's referring to a potential problem upon switching modes rather than a permanent flaw in the AHCI implementation. If you install Windows after the switch you will not have any...
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    *** Moved from SI section. Must have existing RMA...

    *** Moved from SI section. Must have existing RMA ***

    Are you saying that when you change the setting it doesn't apply?
  11. Just remember that removing anything from the...

    Just remember that removing anything from the board will void your warranty and if you aren't careful you could cause collateral damage. Better to cover unwanted lights with something non-conductive.
  12. I understand your frustration. Nobody seems to...

    I understand your frustration. Nobody seems to have enough cards and it appears it will be that way for a while. FYI, this is a community forum so ASUS doesn't make any official statements here like...
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    I don't think a lot of boards have a bunch of...

    I don't think a lot of boards have a bunch of empty space. Some of the physical space is taken up by m.2 drives regardless of how many data lanes they use. I think to have more slots you would need...
  14. I'll admit, I'm a little jealous of the tools you...

    I'll admit, I'm a little jealous of the tools you have.
  15. You could post in the Service Inquiries section...

    You could post in the Service Inquiries section of the forum to get a second opinion. If you provide your RMA sometimes they can escalate it for you.
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    Monitors will always go into standby mode....

    Monitors will always go into standby mode. Perhaps the only option you have is a smart power strip. These have a master outlet and several slave outlets. When the master device is off the strip cuts...
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    I've had boards with the q-connector as well. I...

    I've had boards with the q-connector as well. I thought it was still around as of a few years ago. I suspect it isn't included with every board because the header pinout varies from motherboard to...
  18. Without more info it's hard to say. What are the...

    Without more info it's hard to say. What are the specs & prices where you live? In general I'd say you would be happy with a machine that has a 2060 and 120hz display for gaming but maybe your...
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    Motherboards use a CR2032 battery to save...

    Motherboards use a CR2032 battery to save settings and keep time. If your settings are getting lost you may have a bad battery. If you don't have an appropriate battery tester then yes you could just...
  20. Run HCI Memtest to see if you get any errors....

    Run HCI Memtest to see if you get any errors. Load up multiple copies and complete several passes overnight to be sure. You might have to run your memory at a slower speed or replace it if you get...
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    Check the battery on the motherboard.

    Check the battery on the motherboard.
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    Minor fluctuations in voltage are normal. In...

    Minor fluctuations in voltage are normal. In fact, most DC devices can easily handle up to 5% fluctuation and be within spec.
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    You will have to provide more information about...

    You will have to provide more information about the product and the nature of the issue if you want people to help.
  24. I wouldn't expect that based on temps alone, no....

    I wouldn't expect that based on temps alone, no. Current gen CPUs are designed to be able to run hot and throttle themselves as necessary to protect themselves. You won't see a recall unless your...
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    der8auer has a video on this cooler if you're...

    der8auer has a video on this cooler if you're interested. It's a fancy TEC with management software, humidity sensor, etc. TEC's use a massive amount of power for a marginal improvement so it does...
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