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Asus Prime Z390-P

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I built my first pc a few weeks ago and I used the asus prime z390-p for my build. It took me a very long time to build my pc because I got stuck on the io shield so I was relieved after I had finished building the pc. I booted the pc up but I noticed a blinking orange led on my motherboard near the pcie slots and on the left side of the motherboard. I don’t know if this is normal for this motherboard. Any help would be appreciated.



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That's just the orange LED lights and are completely cosmetic. Those are perfectly normal, you can turn those off in the BIOS.


I own an Asus Prime Z370-P and my motherboard has the same lights, I have those turned off though.

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