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    Unhappy Shutdown issues.

    I am not sure if this is normal or not but it takes about 1-2 min for my system to power down. When I click on shut down my monitor/mouse/keyboard all turn off but all fans and all leds inside my case are still on for about 2 min before it completely shuts down. Is this normal for Maximus hero vi?

    Win 8.164
    Samsung EVO 840
    Maximus Hero Vi
    PNY GTX 770 4GB
    16GB Corsair Vengeance @1866
    Corsaid H100i CPU cooler (could this be the problem?)

    Running latest BIOS
    Last edited by Fyn56; 05-11-2014 at 06:53 PM.

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    Removing IRST drivers didn't do anything. Still takes about 1 to 2 min for my system to shut down.

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    I have the H100i and no it does not cause shutdown issues. It maybe a program running in the back round causing the lengthy shutdown. Run msconfig, select "selective startup" and uncheck "load startup items", reboot and try shutting down again to see if it is "normal".
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