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    Quote Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post
    Threadripper does not have "onboard video" ....
    Oops sorry about that, you're right! ahahaha I remember an asus rep telling me there was an on board video for the x399 when I had issues with my DP ports. I spent 5 minutes looking for it and couldn't find it and he insisted it was there and that I should look again before the next trouble shooting step.

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    I’m going to go exchange the board today. My concern is what’s the cause of this if I get another board hook it back up and the same thing happens I’d be on the verge of insanity. So any ideas fellas what would cause this? Bad cpu? I tested the power supply it came on powered the fans and water pump just fine. Idk what else it could be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strykewave View Post
    I’m going to go exchange the board today. My concern is what’s the cause of this if I get another board hook it back up and the same thing happens I’d be on the verge of insanity. So any ideas fellas what would cause this? Bad cpu? I tested the power supply it came on powered the fans and water pump just fine. Idk what else it could be.
    Since your mobo isn't starting up here's a list of what it can possibly be :

    1) Bad power supply - but you said your power supply works and it's very rare for a power supply to not work any how

    2) bad motherboard - might just be a bad motherboard since it's not outputting what ever power is being signaled to it

    3) bad connections - maybe bad connection with the wires from case wires to mobo, or bad connection from power supply to mobo or bad connection from power supply to case wires




    I don't think it's a bad cpu because even in the rare chance that the cpu is bad the mobo would have started up. Be prepared to wait 20 days + for your repair mobo to come back.

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    There is a Bug after 804 that was introduced

    If a storage device is plugged into the back I/O ports then the data can not be read even through uefi flashback tool

    If the tool is tried to be used the board will brick and only turning the power on and off (unplugged) for 5 min+ will correct the issue

    Its basically caused by unclean programming of the UEFI -- after garbage collect I was able to install the new uefi but the USB storage bug still remains

    don't know if you have a variant of this bug -- but after I have found the board power button not responding unplugging for 5 min corrects the problem

    (not everyone experiences this bug)

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    Microcenter swaps the board out the same day and handles the rma on there end . I left it with the tech there it’s gone over my head and I can’t keep throwing money at it. Thanks for the help I will post wha happened for future reference. Thanks guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strykewave View Post
    Microcenter swaps the board out the same day and handles the rma on there end . I left it with the tech there it’s gone over my head and I can’t keep throwing money at it. Thanks for the help I will post wha happened for future reference. Thanks guys.
    I think this is best course of action.


    Quote Originally Posted by Cory29 View Post
    There is a Bug after 804 that was introduced

    If a storage device is plugged into the back I/O ports then the data can not be read even through uefi flashback tool

    If the tool is tried to be used the board will brick and only turning the power on and off (unplugged) for 5 min+ will correct the issue

    Its basically caused by unclean programming of the UEFI -- after garbage collect I was able to install the new uefi but the USB storage bug still remains

    don't know if you have a variant of this bug -- but after I have found the board power button not responding unplugging for 5 min corrects the problem

    (not everyone experiences this bug)
    Going by the OCN bug thread there doesn't seem to be many that have that bug.

    I've had my board since launch, I have used many UEFIs and always use flashback.

    21/02/18 sitting on UEFI 0019

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    Later on on the day UEFI 0902

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    Following day I'm on UEFI 0901

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    Defective 24 pin connection from manufacturer.

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    PSU or mobo?

    Rereading past posts implies you had issues with the various combos of HW at your disposal.

    Quote Originally Posted by Strykewave View Post
    Any update on this? I’m having the same issue. Originally had 1500watt thermaltake toughpower psu on ASRock Taichi board. Computer worked for a month then stopped thought power supply died replaced with seasonic 1300watt prime *still just board d lighting up. Replaced mobo to ASUS Rog zenith X399 after the everything was put back together only the leds on the board would light up power button on the board does nothing please help I’m running out of ideas as to why this thing won’t even turn on .
    Quote Originally Posted by Strykewave View Post
    This computer worked with Taichi motherboard 1500 watt toughpower was going to reinstall windows and in the middle of getting this pc ready it went off and only the lights on the Taichi board would light up the sand as the new ASUS zenith. I tested the psu and the fan did not come in so I purchased a seasonic 1300 watt prime hoping that was the issue. Nothing. So I’m stuck with just the lights on the board lighting up. The ryzen cpu was set to game mode when was doing the windows refresh. The reason I was reinstalling windows because I felt the comp was running slow and hitchy so I wanted to reinstall to see if it helps bring back the swiftness of this machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strykewave View Post
    Defective 24 pin connection from manufacturer.


    wow thanks for the update and glad you figured it out.

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