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Thread: 2 Problems with Asrock Z170 Extreme4+




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    Default 2 Problems with Asrock Z170 Extreme4+

    Hello Support Team,

    ive got 2 Problems with my new Hardware :

    First Problem is with the RAM :

    G.Skill RipJaws 4 DIMM Kit 16GB, DDR4-2800, CL16-16-16-36 (F4-2800C16D-16GRR) @1.2v




    The Mainboard identifies the RAM correctly. I can also see the XMP2.0 Profile in the UEFI Bios.
    But if i try to activate the Profile and reboot - the System will not start up. DR. Debug says 55 for RAM issue.
    After that i have to reset the System 2-3 Times then the Systems boots up because its using default Settings.
    The System works fine if the RAM is running on DDR4 default specification Settings (2133Mhz CL15 etc)

    (All other UEFI Settings are in default state)

    Today before i go to work ive done the BIOS Update to 1.10 but i doesnt have time for testing because im in the office now. I will test it asap.


    Second Problem is with the PWRButton System Pins on the Mainboard :

    As you can see in the Manual to the Mainbord :
    ftp://europe.asrock.com/manual/qig/Z...+_multiQIG.pdf
    Page 8 (No.15 on Figure 1 MB Layout) System Panel Header (PANEL1)
    And then Page 24 the Pin Description ..

    Pin Row 1 : PLED+; PLED-; PWRBTN; GND; Empty
    Pin Row 2 : HDLED+; HDLED-; GND; Reset; GND

    So i try the following : (Set Pin is marked with "#")

    Pin Row 1 : PLED+, PLED-; PWRBTN#; GND#; Empty = Result : Power Button doesnt work; it also doesnt work if i change the header position against each other

    Pin Row 1 : PLED+, PLED-; PWRBTN#; GND; Empty
    Pin Row 2 : HDLED+; HDLED-; GND#; Reset; GND
    Result : Power Button doesnt work; it also doesnt work if i change the header position against each other

    For Example the Reset Button activates the System ... :\
    Reset Button Pin usage looks like the following :

    Pin Row 1 : PLED+, PLED-; PWRBTN; GND; Empty
    Pin Row 2 : HDLED+; HDLED-; GND; Reset#; GND# Result : Works like a Power Button

    Is there a Problem with the Manual or with the Board ??

    Last edited by das_mcc; 08-13-2015 at 06:20 PM. Reason: manual

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