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Greetings,
This is a feature called "port sense".  This is software detection of when you plug something into an audio port on the board.

If you aren't plugging something in and the behavior is happening randomly, the following is likely:

-One or more of the ports is damaged or faulty
-You board is incorrectly mounted in the case and is grounding or shorting to something metal

or (very common) the pins on the FP audio connector for the case do not match the header pins on the board.  This can be AC'97 audio or HD Audio, if the pins don't match you can get erroneous detections.  Sometimes you must select the type of connector in BIOS, but this is not always true.   
 
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Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: questions about M2 NVMe
« Last post by Strainer on April 24, 2018, 02:33:15 pm »
Looking at that sheet.. M2 NVMe disk would be slowed down to x2, only if there would be connected disk in SATA Express connector? If I have M2 NVMe disk in top M2D position and normal SATA SSD disks in SATA ports 4 and 5, then everything should run at full speed?
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Greetings,
This could be related to any one of these things:

-Faulty BIOS programming (XMP profile values doesn't match actual values RAM can achieve)
-One or more of the DIMMs is faulty (you can teste them with memtest)
-Overly aggressive BIOS settings for CPU and/or memory (extreme OC?)
-Incorrect timings or voltage settings (XMP values may not match)

The RAM is on the QVL for your board.  Using manual settings might help.  If you have an XMP 2.0 option in BIOS, try it.  3200Mhz requires an OC, don't be too aggressive. 

Memory SPD detects at 2400Mhz, 1.20v...  but should run at 14-14-14-34 1.35v.  Again, it might come down to manual settings and finding the correct voltage for CPU and RAM that will get you stable.  A future BIOS rev might resolve...  but nothing has been released since 10/17 as you know.       
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Greetings,
Start here:

https://www.gigabyte.com/us/Comparison/Result/2?pids=6545,6546,6547


I am not clear about your second question.  Can you elaborate further please.
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I notice when it reboots after resetting the BIOS it's showing an motherboard code of '40' which I can't find in the manual.
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So I've just got my machine up and running, it has an Aorus Gaming 7 X399 MB and 32Gb of G-skill RAM (Model : F4-3200C14Q-32GFX) F3g BIOS for the board

I've got the RAM in the correct slots but when I activate XMP profile 1 to kick the RAM from 2400mhz to 3200mhz I'm getting strange things.

Initially it will run OK, windows task manager shows RAM speed as 3200mhz, HWinfo64 shows it as 1600mhz, i assume this is OK as you double this for DDR RAM? (I'm not a hardware expert)

However it will randomly reset the BIOS upon bootup and switch everything back to default including RAM speed.

I've read that manual RAM settings are more stable than XMP profiles, is that the issue here? if so are there universal timings I can set myself? I'm not an overclocker and really don't want to start playing around with memory timings
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Motherboards with AMD processors / AORUS USB DAC-UP 2 ? ES9018Q2C chip ?
« Last post by 6311 on April 23, 2018, 08:11:45 am »
X470 AORUS GAMING 7 WIFI - AORUS USB DAC-UP 2 ?
I did not understand how it worked? It connects to the AVR and via USB?
What does it give me?

ES9018Q2C chip - I did not understand how it worked?
 It connects to the AVR and via SPIDF OR HDMI ?
What does it give me?
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Motherboards with AMD processors / X470 AORUS - What is the difference between them?
« Last post by 6311 on April 23, 2018, 08:08:48 am »
1. Is any AORUS X470 boards can perform the same OC?
X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING
X470 AORUS GAMING 5 WIFI
X470 AORUS GAMING 7 WIFI

2. X470 AORUS GAMING 7 WIFI - AORUS USB DAC-UP 2 ?
I did not understand how it worked? It connects to the AVR and via USB?

ES9018Q2C chip - I did not understand how it worked?
 It connects to the AVR and via SPIDF OR HDMI ?
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Hello, I keep getting a popup "You just plugged/unplugged a device in the audio jack." This happens with the audio drivers from Gigabyte. I tried the Realtek ones but although these don't cause the popups, cause skipped audio. Any suggestions would be welcome.

Specs:

B250 HD3P
I5 7500
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