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Futuremadman02

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    Help with nvram error, no post

    also, here is a Q-Code dump Power ON 0001:01 0000:FF 0002:70 0003:3F 0006:02 0004:FF 0019:FF 0014:6A 00A1:13 00A3:25 00A7:14 00A9:13 00AA:2E 00AB:13 00AF:2B 00B0:FF 00B1:-- DUMPing.... DUMP Finish
  2. so I have an Asus z10pe-d8 motherboard with 2x4gb of ddr4 ECC reg ram and an e5 2690 v3 CPU and I am getting a postcode of 69 which when I looked it up, means NVRAM initialization. The led next to the ram which would indicate an error is not glowing so there isn't a ram led as far as I can tell. And I have tested two different modules with the same result. I have the ram in the first slot and the CPU in the 1st socket also. I have cleaned the CPU, cleared the CMOS and replaced the battery, and reflashed the bios and installed the most recent one via the flashback function. I have also tested multiple psus to no avail. I'm at my wits end. Here is a link to the board's website https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/Z10PED8_WS/
  3. Futuremadman02

    laptop screen conversion with gsync

    ah, I see what you mean, so I would get the full 144hz but not the gsync. Thanks for your help! i wouldn't have ever thought to look for an in-depth analysis of the edp signal itself.
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    laptop screen conversion with gsync

    ah darn, thanks. Do you know if there is any way to retain the Gsync signal? and would i still get the full 144hz with that board even if i lost the gsync?
  5. Futuremadman02

    laptop screen conversion with gsync

    Hey all, I am trying to determine if i can take an Aorus X7 v7 laptop screen with an edp to DisplayPort board and still get the full 120hz and gsync. This is the board I was planning on using is this https://ebay.to/2SP5fmg but i will gladly use another board. thanks!
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