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    Quote Originally Posted by Squall Leonhart View Post
    I'm convinced that everyone who had a system power off and cpu suddenly was dead were mixing utilities that hit the Asus EC in a dangerous way (Corsair Link/icue, and those that failed across shutdowns had never bothered to change the Bootup vcore from Auto.

    Even on ivy bridge, failing to do the latter could see vcore hit 1.6v+ at auto once starting to overclock.
    Actually, no, I wasn't mixing any utilities like you mentioned. The issue, also according to Asus, was a design flow that may cause a short in the motherboard itself. As somewhat of a proof, the CPU was not affected. The thing is, it shouldn't happen - especially in a flagship series such as strix gaming which is supposed to be built for OC.

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    There was no design flaw in the Strix X99, you're attributing a launch flaw with a specific motherboard (X99 Deluxe) to all asus x99 boards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squall Leonhart View Post
    There was no design flaw in the Strix X99, you're attributing a launch flaw with a specific motherboard (X99 Deluxe) to all asus x99 boards.
    It's an 8-year old platform about which you know nothing. Please stop posting this nonsense to every single tech forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squall Leonhart View Post
    There was no design flaw in the Strix X99, you're attributing a launch flaw with a specific motherboard (X99 Deluxe) to all asus x99 boards.
    The thing is, this thread and this issue (as far as I know) relates to strix x99 gaming, and not x99 deluxe.. so why do you insert yourself into it when you obviously have no idea what you're talking about? Plus, I've encountered several people with the and qcode 00 death over the years. Some were with the same board I had, some with other Asus x99 boards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scuzzycard View Post
    It's an 8-year old platform about which you know nothing. Please stop posting this nonsense to every single tech forum.
    Considering i've performed deep diagnostics on countless "over voltage" scenario's across a wide spread of platforms and motherboards, i have a deeper understanding of where the failures lay then you ignorant hobbyists that try to disassociate your own faults in the matter.

    Quote Originally Posted by mulderfox View Post
    The thing is, this thread and this issue (as far as I know) relates to strix x99 gaming, and not x99 deluxe.. so why do you insert yourself into it when you obviously have no idea what you're talking about? Plus, I've encountered several people with the and qcode 00 death over the years. Some were with the same board I had, some with other Asus x99 boards.
    You invalidated your comprehension of the issues at hand when you claimed that Asus themselves attributed an issue.

    There is only 2 motherboards that asus have accepted fault and acted on a solution for, the x99 Deluxe which had a partial vrm balancing issue during POST, and the Maximus z690 Hero which had a component installed backwards.

    Your false presumption and attempt to change the narrative after that baseless claim was proven wrong, not to mention that there is actually less than 50 unique claims of this issues indicates that you're either incompetent, or acting on behalf of the marketting department of another vendor.

    I assume this is just a mistake on your part though, never post the claims of an RMA agent to a forum as gospel, they aren't engineers and they won't share anything engineers have said without being authorised by the managers of either department,
    Last edited by Squall Leonhart; 03-01-2022 at 12:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squall Leonhart View Post
    Considering i've performed deep diagnostics on countless "over voltage" scenario's across a wide spread of platforms and motherboards, i have a deeper understanding of where the failures lay then you ignorant hobbyists that try to disassociate your own faults in the matter.



    You invalidated your comprehension of the issues at hand when you claimed that Asus themselves attributed an issue.

    There is only 2 motherboards that asus have accepted fault and acted on a solution for, the x99 Deluxe which had a partial vrm balancing issue during POST, and the Maximus z690 Hero which had a component installed backwards.

    Your false presumption and attempt to change the narrative after that baseless claim was proven wrong, not to mention that there is actually less than 50 unique claims of this issues indicates that you're either incompetent, or acting on behalf of the marketting department of another vendor.

    I assume this is just a mistake on your part though, never post the claims of an RMA agent to a forum as gospel, they aren't engineers and they won't share anything engineers have said without being authorised by the managers of either department,
    Can I ask why we're digging into a problem that ASUS fixed 5 years ago with such ferocity? While we're at it, can we investigate why Intel 740 graphics cards were so flaky on the P5A?

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    We're not talking about the single well publicised failure, we're talking about End users killing their cpu and blaming Asus for it.

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