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  1. #2921
    New ROGer Array Akio Saham's Avatar
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    Hi everyone

    I'm Akio. It is not my legal name but I consider it as my pseudonym. I'm here because I'm closer to change my laptop, I will surely choose Asus and I wanna give some recomendations to Asus. I've been "googling" but I could not find other site to do it so I'm giving my suggestions in "NON-ROG ASUS NOTEBOOKS" section in this web site.

    Sincerely
    Last edited by Akio Saham; 07-23-2018 at 03:17 AM.

  2. #2922
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    Exclamation New GL503VS Scar Edition Owner - Hot Keys Not Working

    Hi I'm will or willtr-909 username. I'm hoping to get some help to get the hot key, Fn keys, ROG center key etc woeking again.... I re-installed all the drivers, BIOS is up to date ..... I don't know what to try anymore.

    Laptop is grerat thoigh, the GTX 1070 really packs some punch I just wish I had more FPS in Far Cry 5.

    Anyway the laptop is also for music production I'm an Ableton user for the people in the know and its seems to handle it well with the i7.

    Hi to everyone and don't hesitate to reply just to say Hi or if you have any ideas about the hot keys problem.

    Cheers!

    Will

  3. #2923
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    Join forum to look for solution regarding audio crackling
    Motherboard: Asus ROG strix Z370-G
    Think I might have solve the problem thank to forum member:
    Disable Fast StartUp both in BIOS and Windows 10 Home.
    I am testing the sustainability of the solution right now by playing music non stop since 5 hours ago.
    Hopefully it work

  4. #2924
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    Hi I'm new and I bought an asus gl702vs

  5. #2925
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    Hey everyone,
    I'm a long time Asus consumer, building custom PC's for years (mainly for myself ) and in March of this year, I built this beast, as many of you have as well

  6. #2926
    ROG Enthusiast Array ddt000 PC Specs
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    MotherboardStrix Z390-H
    Processor9th Gen i7-9700K
    Memory (part number)Corsair Vengeance (2x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz
    Graphics Card #1EVGA 1050Ti SC
    Sound Cardno
    MonitorSamsung Syncmaster BX2331
    Storage #1Samsung 840 EVO 250gb
    Storage #2Samsung 840 EVO 120gb
    CPU CoolerCorsair H80i v2
    CaseCorsair Carbide 100R
    Power SupplyCorsair RMx750x
    Keyboard Logitech K750
    Mouse Logitech Marathon M705
    Headset no
    Mouse Pad hell no
    Headset/Speakers Edifier Exclaim
    OS Win10 Pro 64
    Network RouterASUS RT N66U
    Accessory #1 LiteOn CD/DVD writer
    Accessory #2 Samsung Blu-Ray player
    Accessory #3 Noctua case fan
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    Question trying to join the Republic

    Long time ASUS user. My mobo has been a P8H67M-EVO for years. Finally upgraded to Win10 and then learned that Intel isn't writing drivers for Sandy Bridge chipsets. So I started looking for LGA 1155 CPU boards that support Win10 because my 2nd gen i7 chip works more than well enough for me. Graphics are from an EVGA 1050Ti SC.

    Trying to stay with ASUS because the hardware has been good to me. Customer Support likewise. Thank you. So I looked into the ROG Maximus V Gene. Z77 chipsets have Win10 drivers (no more random kernel failures and BSOD). The actual in the box new MVGs are close to $300 on eBay. For an ancient board that's ouch. But the guaranteed working "new" are around half that - from China.

    So I tried one, installed it, and it wouldn't do more than illuminate the board's "start" button. No POST, no readout on the diagnostic codes, no fans spinning. Nothing. I called ASUS tech support and the rep had me try the board outside the case (on the bench) and it was the same. Chipset got real hot too while we were trying this - he said that's bad: return it. So I did & got a refund. Weird thing was someone had blacked out the S/N - made me wonder if this was a salvaged "returned" board.

    So I omitted China and got a used MVG from someone in the US. Installed it and the same thing happened. That's odd. Maybe there's something wrong with my setup? But when I reinstall everything on my P8H67M-EVO it all works (aside from the kernel failures due to chipset drivers not supporting Win10). So I searched and there was some talk of some CPU heatsinks being trouble. I have a Thermaltake Frio, which has a bracket that goes on the mobo's backside to support it. I removed the Frio and tried the mobo with my i7 and old working i5 CPUs - no difference.

    So I'm thinking of giving up on the Republic. Been assembling computers for decades - never had this much trouble (well, not since trying a software RAID setup). I'll take my question into the forums if nobody answers me here. Cheers!

  7. #2927
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    Hi all! Long time gamer, and used many Asus products. Building my first pc in 8 years, and I figured I’d sign up and pick the brains of the pros to help with this build!

  8. #2928
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    New Asus Customer

    Quote Originally Posted by ddt000 View Post
    Long time ASUS user. My mobo has been a P8H67M-EVO for years. Finally upgraded to Win10 and then learned that Intel isn't writing drivers for Sandy Bridge chipsets. So I started looking for LGA 1155 CPU boards that support Win10 because my 2nd gen i7 chip works more than well enough for me. Graphics are from an EVGA 1050Ti SC.

    Trying to stay with ASUS because the hardware has been good to me. Customer Support likewise. Thank you. So I looked into the ROG Maximus V Gene. Z77 chipsets have Win10 drivers (no more random kernel failures and BSOD). The actual in the box new MVGs are close to $300 on eBay. For an ancient board that's ouch. But the guaranteed working "new" are around half that - from China.

    So I tried one, installed it, and it wouldn't do more than illuminate the board's "start" button. No POST, no readout on the diagnostic codes, no fans spinning. Nothing. I called ASUS tech support and the rep had me try the board outside the case (on the bench) and it was the same. Chipset got real hot too while we were trying this - he said that's bad: return it. So I did & got a refund. Weird thing was someone had blacked out the S/N - made me wonder if this was a salvaged "returned" board.

    So I omitted China and got a used MVG from someone in the US. Installed it and the same thing happened. That's odd. Maybe there's something wrong with my setup? But when I reinstall everything on my P8H67M-EVO it all works (aside from the kernel failures due to chipset drivers not supporting Win10). So I searched and there was some talk of some CPU heatsinks being trouble. I have a Thermaltake Frio, which has a bracket that goes on the mobo's backside to support it. I removed the Frio and tried the mobo with my i7 and old working i5 CPUs - no difference.

    So I'm thinking of giving up on the Republic. Been assembling computers for decades - never had this much trouble (well, not since trying a software RAID setup). I'll take my question into the forums if nobody answers me here. Cheers!
    Sorry for your bad experience, I'm a new ASUS customer and Portatech is doing my build for me with the Ryzen 7 2700X CPU and Asus ROG Strix X470-F Gaming Motherboard. My question is that I have the original build of Windows 10 Home (32/64bit version) on a USB 3 flash drive that I bought from a physical Best Buy store here in New York back in 2016. I had never used it and it just sat there until I decided to get a new build. It has the Certificate of Authenticity on the box and inside there's the Booklet and the Key and the USB 3 flash drive, the only thing is it's labeled "Puerto Rico" on the box but it also says English, so should this early build of Windows 10 Home work fine on my system and once I install it on my Samsung 970 EVO NVMe drive I can just go to the MS website and download the latest build? I called MS and they told me it should work but I wanted to make sure, or else I could just have Portatech install the latest build and pay an extra 100. But then the version I bought back in 2016 for 120 would have been wasted. MS also told me that as an alternative I could download the latest build of Win 10 Home on my laptop and save it to a newly formatted SD disk and run it on my new build. What should I do? I'm leaning towards just using my early version of Win 10 Home and updating to the latest build after it's installed and thereby saving $100 and not wasting the Win 10 Home I bought in 2016 for $120. Portatech told me that either way my build will be fully tested for stability, compatibility and temps and will be fully burned in. What should I do? Thanks!
    Last edited by Alex0915; 07-26-2018 at 04:05 AM.

  9. #2929
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    Hello community, rog lovers !

    I'm Danies, from Spain, New owner of a ROG STRIX GL703GS

  10. #2930
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    MotherboardASUS ROG Maximus IX Formula
    ProcessorIntel i7-7700K
    Memory (part number)F4-3200C14D-32GTZ
    Graphics Card #1GTX 1080 Founders
    MonitorAlienware AW3418DW
    Storage #1Samsung NVMe SSD 960 Pro m.2
    CPU CoolerEKWB Supremacy EVO
    CaseThermaltake Core P5
    Power SupplySeasonic Flagship Prime Titanium 850
    OS Failing at Windows 10

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    Greetings,

    You all might know me as the guy who made his first post a few hours ago after wasting about 12 hours trying to troubleshoot Windows 10 installation on an m.2 drive only to realize that the problem was due to not disabling the CPU fan monitoring. Enough about that embarrassment....

    My first PC build (and only one prior to the current new build) was in 2005:

    ASUS K8N-E Deluxe 754 NVIDIA nForce3 250Gb ATX AMD Motherboard
    EVGA GeForce 6800GT
    Seagate BarraCuda 7200.7 160GB hard drive!
    AMD Athlon 64 3400 Newcastle Single-Core 2.4 GHz processor
    Windows XP Pro
    A 3.5" floppy disk drive
    A DVD burner!
    A whopping 1GB (2 x 512MB) RAM
    Logitech THX Z-5300e 280 Watts RMS 5.1 Speaker system!

    For the 2nd build of my life I decided to go water cooled with hard acrylic tubing. That was an adventure.

    Anyway, it's all up and running now! Can't wait to explore the capabilities of this new build!

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