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  1. #411
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    I wish my motherboard had more USB ports. Plain old USB 2.0 ports would be fine for most of my peripherals (microphone, extra keyboard, camera, Arduino projects).


    Incidentally, I like the chasing LEDs built into my motherboard but the LEDs are too spaced out to look like the moving electrical pulses they are pretending to be. It would be cooler if the LEDs were at a higher density and the fake PCB traces spread in different directions around the board. It's a kind of trivial aesthetic but I'd like it.


    Also trivial but I'd like if the custom boot screen could be animated, even if it was just a few looping frames.
    Last edited by THX1139; 10-06-2017 at 09:09 AM.

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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array Thomas extreme gamer PC Specs
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    Asus ROG should make CPU stress test that is even more stressful than Prime95 so that we don’t have to stress test for hours to see if CPU is stable, we can just test for 5 or 10 minutes and we will know if CPU is stable, then we can start gaming or using pc for whatever and we will know CPU is 100% rock stable.

  3. #413
    ROG Guru: Black Belt Array Korth PC Specs
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    I'm thinking you do not really understand what Prime95 is, what it does, why it works for stress testing, and what the purpose and meaning of stress-testing really is.
    I'm not trying to insult. I'm am trying to point out that there is no way for any stress testing software to provide the sort of quick pass/fail results you describe. No 10 minute test can absolutely assure "100% rock stable" systems, it's impossible.
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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array Thomas extreme gamer PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Korth View Post
    I'm thinking you do not really understand what Prime95 is, what it does, why it works for stress testing, and what the purpose and meaning of stress-testing really is.
    I'm not trying to insult. I'm am trying to point out that there is no way for any stress testing software to provide the sort of quick pass/fail results you describe. No 10 minute test can absolutely assure "100% rock stable" systems, it's impossible.
    Prime95 was meant for finding prime numbers but, I don’t know why Prime95 works for stress testing and I don’t know what purpose and meaning of stress testing is. No offense taken, I was just wondering if there was shorter way to for stable CPU OCs.

  5. #415
    ROG Guru: Black Belt Array Korth PC Specs
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    MotherboardASUS X99 R5E (BIOS2101/1902)
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    Memory (part number)Vengeance LPX 4x8GB SS DDR4-3000 (CMK32GX4M4C3000C15)
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    There is no shorter way.

    Imagine a great sports car (with an infinite gas tank, lol), driving the engine at 5000rpm and 200mph sustained road speed. Drive it this way for 10-20 minutes and several dozen miles and you can be somewhat confident that it's capable of sustaining that level of performance. Drive it this way for a few hours, maybe 500 miles or so, and you can be much more confident that it's capable of sustaining that level of performance. Drive it this way for a full week and maybe 30,000 miles nonstop and you can very confidently state it's capable of delivering and sustaining rock solid reliability at this performance level.

    Nobody runs stress-tests or torture-loads on their computers forever nonstop. It's a judgement call. I don't consider my machines or my overclocks "100% stable" until they run a full week (168 hours) of uninterrupted and unsupervised stress-loading without failure. But I depend on my machines being "100% stable" to maintain my living and lifestyle so my judgement is very demanding (and my overclocks are very modest, lol). Most overclockers/gamers can safely consider a system "100% stable" after it demonstrates reliable Prime95 runs for just a few hours at most.

    ASUS and Intel can assure their parts work. They all undergo diagnostic pass/fail testing before they're packaged and shipped out the door. If they had a quick and easy and cheap way to absolutely and confidently assure pass/fail "rock solid" stability on overclocked parts then I assure you they'd be selling these overclocked parts to end users ... but they don't.
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    ROG Guru: Black Belt Array Korth PC Specs
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    An Aura RGB controller card, 1xPCIe, maybe a 4-pin molex or PCIE12V power input, a drop-in solution to add Aura RGB headers (or add more Aura RGB headers) to any motherboard. Maybe combine with some fan headers or general-purpose PWM headers for wider appeal. Black PCB, snazzy angular ROG plastic/metal styling, etc etc, all the usual gamer bling.
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  7. #417
    ROG Enthusiast Array THX1139 PC Specs
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    I would like it to be possible to adjust the case power LED brightness and change the flashing to "breathing"/fading for standby. It would also be cool to be able to set the brightness of all LEDs to automatically adjust (or switch off entirely) between certain hours (i.e. at night).

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    Quote Originally Posted by THX1139 View Post
    I would like it to be possible to adjust the case power LED brightness and change the flashing to "breathing"/fading for standby. It would also be cool to be able to set the brightness of all LEDs to automatically adjust (or switch off entirely) between certain hours (i.e. at night).
    i just duct tape/electrical tape over my lights

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    Quote Originally Posted by THX1139 View Post
    I would like it to be possible to adjust the case power LED brightness and change the flashing to "breathing"/fading for standby. It would also be cool to be able to set the brightness of all LEDs to automatically adjust (or switch off entirely) between certain hours (i.e. at night).
    i just duct tape/electrical tape over my lights

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    ROG Guru: Black Belt Array Korth PC Specs
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    So many requests to disable onboard status/Q-Code LEDs. Maybe design some 3D parts which can cover the offending LEDs with a ROG logo, lol.

    or something like this

    https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13999
    Last edited by Korth; 10-12-2017 at 01:35 PM.
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