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Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: Gigabyte Z690 UD AX DDR4 audio issue
« Last post by shadowsports on December 20, 2023, 03:08:48 pm »

Check your case and connections closely.  What connector on the motherboard are you using?  And, are you 100% sure the pin configuration on your connector matches the pin config on the board?

I've seen the wiring on some cases match all except one pin which can cause issues.  Are you using the correct BIOS setting for audio? 

With the RealTek driver uninstalled, how does the system behave with native audio drivers?
Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: Problem with "waking up" H110M-S2H board.
« Last post by shadowsports on December 20, 2023, 03:01:26 pm »
Test with a different monitor cable.  If the behavior is the same, I'd perform a CMOS reset. 

If the issue follows, you can try another chipset and display driver.  If none of these things help, its the CPU or motherboard. 
RMA and service / Registering a Gigabyte product
« Last post by joe pineapples on December 17, 2023, 01:00:09 pm »
I recently purchased a new Gigabyte motherboard and graphics card (U.K) and want to register them.  I am getting as far as this screen (below), but when I click on 'sign up', nothing happens.

Motherboards with Intel processors / Gigabyte Z690 UD AX DDR4 audio issue
« Last post by Calab on December 15, 2023, 07:47:04 pm »
I have a Gigabyte Z690 UD AX DDR4 mainboard with an Intel i9-1200K CPU. The lastest BIOS is installed. I am running Windows 11 on this machine.

Whenver I have the Realtek(R) Audio enabled in the Device Manager under Sound, video and gaming controllers the audio devices go crazy. It's like I'm enabling and disabling the audio chip dozens of times per second. I need to disable the Realtek device in the Device Manager if I want audio to my work normally for other devices (displayport/HDMI, webcam microphone, etc.)

Normally, I use the audio out from my videocard over DisplayPort. I want to use a set of headphones in the audio jacks on my computer. I can't do this as long as this device is going berzerk.

I've tried a few Realtek drivers with no change. I'm almost thinking this is a Windows issue and not the driver, but I don't know how to test this assumption.

I've attached a video to show what is happening, and a picture of the device properties.

Any idea how can I fix this?
Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: Problem with "waking up" H110M-S2H board.
« Last post by amron on December 14, 2023, 11:39:21 am »
The bios version is F25, the cpu is G4400.
Onboard graphics.
The display is Samsung SyncMaster 203B.
No additional adapters.
No, haven't done CMOS reset.

The situation now is that after the sleep mode, I have to restart the pc three! times. on the first attempt the display is a bit dimm and sort of flashing, on the second attempt the display is totaly dark and on the third time it's coming up normally.
Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: Problem with "waking up" H110M-S2H board.
« Last post by shadowsports on December 06, 2023, 03:17:59 pm »

What BIOS rev and processor are you running?

Are you using onboard graphics or a dedicated GPU?  (What brand/model)?

What display (brand/model/size, and what's it connected to?

Are you using any adapters?

Have you performed a CMOS Reset?  Does the behavior persist?
Motherboards with Intel processors / Problem with "waking up" H110M-S2H board.
« Last post by amron on December 02, 2023, 09:00:50 am »
I have a desktop with a H110M-S2H board and a SSD. Os is win10. When the pc is without use it goes into “sleep” mode. The problem is that when I wake it up, it starts to open the background picture, but it’s darker than the usual picture and then the display turns into totally black. The only solution is to turn it off and restart it and then it comes on normally. Any  ideas? Is it a hardware problem? In this case what would you suggest to check, or a problem with the Windows10?
M2x3 or 4mm should work
Hi. Noob question.

I bought a third M.2 NVME PCI HD (xpg s70 blade) to install in the MOBO. However, I didn't find the screw to lock the HD. I'm buying it but some doubts arose because it seems like there is more than one type.

Would M2X3mm be the right one to use on this card in relation to a PCIe 4 NVMe HD?

The motherboard already comes with the screw support (as shown in the attached photo).

Is it possible to disable MCE and set P1/P2 power limits to match Intel's official specs for 13900K, instead of unlimited?

Can't find any of those settings in two latest BIOS versions... Maybe they appear under different names?

Check under the Tweaker Menu.

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