The first four digits are the date code. Or maybe they did fix it and avoid the truth. I can see how any company would pay for this except Asus and they missed addressing this in the release. It appears that our Corsair AX860i power supply was one of the power supplies that had these anomalies and between the PSU design and the original VRM balancing/sequencing on the ASUS
How I solved it back then was buying a replacement motherboard (the exact same one) and now after 3 monthes of use the exact same problem has occured to the newer my question is hiw can i test the motherboard if its ok or bad? Once they are eliminated, you may have a bad processor. maceyFeb 4, 2014, 4:51 PM Bad news everybody! hop over to this website
now when I switch on the cpu, everything functions but nothing appears on the monitor. Below are some simple things to look for that can cause the same symptoms. I bought an X99-Deluxe from Amazon on 12/21/2014 along with an i7-5930 and 16 GB of Kingston HyperX Prditor DDR4-3000 and installed the system on 12/26.
Sign up now. Back to top #5 zingo156 zingo156 BC Advisor 3,327 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:12:35 AM Posted 10 January 2014 - 01:45 PM Sounds like the video card to me, or I followed some simple rules to get rid of this problem and the last of them was to restart the computer and run safe mode. Msi Afterburner Maybe while changing the GPU you somehow put stress on the cooler causing the CPU to move off center.
make-use-of-logo logo-background menu search search-start close email bookmark facebook google twitter pinterest stumbleupon whatsapp amazon youtube youtube label-rectangle triangle-long down PC & Mobile Windows Mac Linux Android iPhone and iPad Internet Pcpartpicker I was livid. They can also keep a computer from POSTing. read review Talk about a "hot potatoe"!!!
Its possible its trying to emit a beep code, but with no buzzer you cant hear it. 0 Le_Goat Frechified Goat Person BostonRegistered User regular April 2013 @Draygo It's plugged in, Microcenter DDR3 memory kits run at 1.5V, so that almost eliminates that from being the issue. I don't know why Asus seems to be so afraid as to why their board failed. Penny Arcade Forums › Games and Technology › Moe's Stupid Technology Tavern Powered by Vanilla GameSpot MenuPCPS4Xbox OneSwitchMore Wii UPS3VitaXbox 3603DSGametechReviewsNewsUniverseVideos All Videos Trailers----- Battlefield Academy GameSpot News The Lobby New
I am still working on issue. After placing a new PSU into her machine while dreading something might of died, it powered on as if nothing had happened. Hwmonitor i was able to use the system stably with it for days Although if I tried the windows experience index i would get a bsod when it tried to do windows Motherboard I tried removing memory to see if that was faulty, still nothing.
I have an old antique monitor from world war 1 witch works great on my pc. just go check at newegg and tom's hardware, or other pc forum, you will see lot asus x99 problem over there, and with different power supply. no idea why i got that error really. Yes. - Why was this change not made public? Newegg
New egg refused to take back the video card but the great company that Asus took it and replace with a new one. They didn't deny having a UEFI/BIOS bug though, so this is starting to get interesting. Asus, I'm tired ! Report puntojay- May 7, 2011 at 07:16 AM i have the same problem my monitor its a tv, free view and monitor all in 1.
and respective owners. Nvidia The first did not only fried the video card but the board also. Overheating CPU's lead to a dead CPU.
From the sounds of it Corsair just updated the firmware and went to a multi-rail configuration.
After Checking EverythingIf all the above checks out well, then you are looking at a bad CPU and maybe motherboard. I tried my other pci slot too, same problem.I put my old 6600gt into the system, stress tested it with furmark till it hit about 80c. Now when I press power button on the motherboard the system clicks after being on for a split second. I unplugged all the cables on the power supply and did the They plugged it in their PC and showed me that it was running and showing display on the monitor.
This was a weird case, and an educated guess as to what happened; however, there really isn't any other explanation. Please rate this article using the scale below. To summarize: ASUS X99-Deluxe Motherboard owners should immediately update to UEFI 1004. (No other ASUS Intel X99 board is impacted since the ASUS X99 Deluxe had a unique VRM design and What point on the main land of The Netherlands is furthest away from any buildings?
Enhance Xeon CPU compatibility 6. Very frustrating… It did a hang on boot-up and then when I turned it off and back on > Poof, Code 00 and CPU LED is on. I can't seem to find anything online about this. I was thinking if it's at all possible that the moniter may be causing the problem seeing as it's connected into the graphics card, and seeing as I had this new
Finally, if the RAM and CPU are fine, try a different graphics card. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites.sendingDemon4 weeks ago I have a problem my cpu is amd a10 6800k and my mother board is msi a88x-G45 .So now I cleared the CMOS for the fourth time then removed all memory sticks except for the number one slot. I heard it is different for each PSU?
Read more. I unplugged everything from the PSU except the mobo, and still nothing. Some may only have 10 amps, while others output 65 amps. Advertisement The Blue Screen of Death May Indicate a Failing PSU So, Why Do PSUs Fail?Power supplies just fail.
If it is the PSU it seems odd to me that it would work for so long perfectly fine and then start killing motherboards after a few years. I am huge Asus fan but you really need to eat the $10K in hardware and turn this into a further success story. Update 10/24/2014 - Legit Reviews was just sent the failure analysis response on our ASUS X99-Deluxe Motherboard. You can read it in its entirety below: Hi Nate, We have determined the primary I will continue to both use Asus and Corsair but Asus you will piss off many if you do not do the right thing.
Weird no-post behavior. Step 3 : Now connect previous supply and Enjoy Helpful +27 Report golden pearl Oct 21, 2009 at 02:59 AM Sir, I am having a problem with my system.When I turned I was wondering if they had done that or that they left you with the dead one. the problem with Corsair is they customize their PSUs too much while their engineers obviously lack experience in this area.
So I have to take it to repair shop and they somehow resetted my BIOS to the default version (one that came with it when I purchased it) after this resetting, Anyway I replaced the missing heatsink and shipped it back to Amazon for a full refund 3 months after the purchase:) PS - can you delete all the duplicate pictures for Albert B. Advertisement Video Card Bad CapacitorsBad capacitors on a video card.