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H115i LED's still powered on shutdown

Hello LTT.

 

I just installed my new H115i on my Asus z370-g mobo and the led's on the aio wont stop reciving power when the pc is shutdown. I disabled fast boot and enabled ErP Ready for s4+s5 in bios. It is even still powered when the PSU is shtoff and the cable is plugged out. Does anyone have a fix for this, as i would like to sleep without my room lighting up in red.

 

Thanks!

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Is the usb charging still enabled? You install all the software from the disk? Should still be power there as that's how the capacitors work, until the voltage drops down enough anyway.

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27 minutes ago, Mick Naughty said:

Is the usb charging still enabled? You install all the software from the disk? Should still be power there as that's how the capacitors work, until the voltage drops down enough anyway.

 

My keyboard used to light up when pressed before i set the ErP ready to s4+s5. I have installed the asus drivers from their website and the icue software for the AiO. The funny thing is that the lights are still on even with the psu switched off and the cable unplugged. Its was still going after 10 hours.

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So what about asus suite? The usb charging is what should be affecting that.

Like I said, theres power in the caps so that's how it should be, unplugged or not. 

 

I still have issues with keyboards and mice doing it. Got my cooler to stop buy I haven't used one in years now.

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4 hours ago, Mick Naughty said:

So what about asus suite? The usb charging is what should be affecting that.

Like I said, theres power in the caps so that's how it should be, unplugged or not. 

 

I still have issues with keyboards and mice doing it. Got my cooler to stop buy I haven't used one in years now.

Thank you for your help!

I dont seem to be able to find the usb charging in Asus suite. Shouldnt the sata power be powering the cooler and not the usb?

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6 hours ago, remorph said:

Thank you for your help!

I dont seem to be able to find the usb charging in Asus suite. Shouldnt the sata power be powering the cooler and not the usb?

The usb dongle is there for controlling the unit via Corsair link. The rgb and the built in fan hub. The sata is always powering it. 

 

Could try disabling the charging in the bios. But to be sure, you can unplug the usb while everything is off. If the lights stop then you know the issue. 

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