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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillyflyer View Post
    Levye....please check the back of the board for trace damage that may have occurred during the initial install....I say this because the board did post at one time without issue...and now no post whatsoever...leaves me to believe that the board may have come in contact with the standoffs and caused a short and possible damage thereafter....the cpu...socket pins should be fine as well as cooler since you did have board initially post
    Actually I have just replaced motherboard and got a new one. However, still not installed it as i am kind of cautious after my latest experience

    The case i am using (Fractal Define R6) has 8 built in standoffs and i have installed motherboard on them. So just I placed it and used screws.I am not sure how mobo might be in contact with standoffs as it is already on them right? I am not quite sure what to consider when installing mobo in order to prevent it from contacting with case.

    There is 9th (kind of standoff but it is not. it is different and not golden color) holder for mobo in the middle of case where there is also a corresponding hole that fits with mobo.
    There is no screw for it but mobo just sits there. I am not quite sure about its purpose. Maybe just for support. But do you think mobo is being contact via it as well?
    I am also attaching reference pics related to it but I really couldn't find enough information.

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    That insert is standard for ATX, you should see it pop through the motherboard if it's seated correctly.

    So yes, that's fine. Test everything outside of the enclosure first to make sure everything is working as intended.

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    The standoff in green is just a locating pin it ensures mobo is sat in correct position, no screw needed.

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    yea just be carefull it is really hard to actally hurt a board just make sure when its in it lines up well it should fit nice and square in the backplate is a good way to tell also make sure its well secure close to video card slots you don't need to tighter anything too tight really and just take a tittle time I am sure you will be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by levye View Post
    Actually I have just replaced motherboard and got a new one. However, still not installed it as i am kind of cautious after my latest experience

    The case i am using (Fractal Define R6) has 8 built in standoffs and i have installed motherboard on them. So just I placed it and used screws.I am not sure how mobo might be in contact with standoffs as it is already on them right? I am not quite sure what to consider when installing mobo in order to prevent it from contacting with case.

    There is 9th (kind of standoff but it is not. it is different and not golden color) holder for mobo in the middle of case where there is also a corresponding hole that fits with mobo.
    There is no screw for it but mobo just sits there. I am not quite sure about its purpose. Maybe just for support. But do you think mobo is being contact via it as well?
    I am also attaching reference pics related to it but I really couldn't find enough information.

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    As mentioned...the standoff in green is an alignment standoff...it will insure the the board is seated in its correct position....Just make sure that when installing the board that you don't scratch the back of the board with the standoffs.
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    I have the same Problem and there is not fix to it from what i know. Asus refuses to help and I havent found any help at all since I had this issues which started exactly when I installed 1412. And It never went away with any other bios. Dont bother with asus and buy products of higher quallity. Asus is garbage.
    My z370E has issues, all my rog cards had issues, my screen had issues, my mouse had issues, their software has issues

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waldherz View Post
    I have the same Problem and there is not fix to it from what i know. Asus refuses to help and I havent found any help at all since I had this issues which started exactly when I installed 1412. And It never went away with any other bios. Dont bother with asus and buy products of higher quallity. Asus is garbage.
    My z370E has issues, all my rog cards had issues, my screen had issues, my mouse had issues, their software has issues
    Care to outline exactly what issues your having ?
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