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  1. #11
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    Oct 2015

    Try toggling the TPUI or TPUII setting in BIOS

    So I have had these issues as well and I managed to fix them by toggling the TPUI or TPUII setting in BIOS, from TPUI to 'Keep current settings' and back, or if you're using TPUII then to 'Keep current settings' and back. This will restart your motherboard into an analysis mode for about 15 to 90 seconds and run some tests (black screen so be patient).

    I have a feeling it is related to how some of the settings are saved in BIOS and they get corrupted or not registered right. When you run the TPU option in BIOS it tests and sets overclock parameters (TPUI tries to overclock the multiplier, TPU 2 will try to overclock the BLCK too), and then writes settings to EEPROM.

    Fixes my problem so as long as I don't change settings in BIOS. I can still change some things in BIOS, but I never know when it'll break again and then I use this trick to get access back to the system.

    Not sure if that will help you, but I thought I would put it out there.


  2. #12
    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array Legolas PC Specs
    Legolas PC Specs
    MotherboardMaximus X Hero Wifi AC
    ProcessorIntel Core i7 8600k oc 5Ghz
    Memory (part number)Samsung DDR4 16GB
    Graphics Card #1ASUS NVIDIA GTX 1080
    MonitorASUS MS246
    Storage #1Samsung MZVPV256
    Storage #2Samsung MZVPV256
    CPU CoolerCorsair H110I v2
    Power SupplyPC 1200W Turbo-Cool 1200
    Keyboard ASUS SK2045

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    Nov 2015

    I usually just troubleshoot it by reseating all components, test with bare system like CPU, 1 PSU, 1 memory, 1 keyboard, 1 GPU (slot 1) and see if it posts.
    If it doens't, I replace or swap components one at a time and check post: GPU, PSU, CPU and lastly the motherboard.

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