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Arqrez

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Hi,

 

I'm facing a strange issue, when I use my computer it shows a strange red led light on my motherboard from time to time. It works sometimes sometimes it does

 

My specs are as followed

 

MSI X99A SLi Plus

Intel 5930k

Nvidia GTX980Ti SLi plus

Intel SSD

Kingston DDR4 rams

Corsair AX1200i

 

I have RMA'ed my board once but the issue is still there, has anyone faced the issue using AX1200i ?

 

I'll upload the pics in a moment

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What does the LED indicate? I looked in 7885v1.1(G52-78851XG)(X99A SLI PLUS).pdf and failed to find this specified. I can't read any designation from your photographs, is there anything printed in tiny writing on the board?
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What does the LED indicate? I looked in 7885v1.1(G52-78851XG)(X99A SLI PLUS).pdf and failed to find this specified. I can't read any designation from your photographs, is there anything printed in tiny writing on the board?

 

Unfortunately I can't find anything on it either, the manual doesn't state anything about it, I have asked MSI tech support and even they don't know anything about this issue, I'll try to find a high resolution pic of it and upload it here in a while so you can look at it.

 

Thanks for your reply :)

 

EDIT : It says Plus right before the LED the cap have written M52P 560 6.3V

 

 

EDIT : Please check high resolution pictures

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I have asked MSI tech support and even they don't know anything

 

This reminds me of another tech support group ;):. I had a ponder and I wonder, does the LED indicate 5VSB being present?

 

You could check if 5VSB in present/absent on pin 9 for the JPWR1 connector with a DVM and if the PSU sometimes fails to supply this when the system is off then I suspect there is an issue with the PSU.

 

For the PSU to provide 5VSB it needs to be plugged in and the switch at the back in the on position, but the system does not need to be on.

 

I don't know how technical you are, so if you need to know more look at https://www.google.com/?gfe_rd=ssl#q=what+does+5vsb+do

 

I guess it could also indicate PWR OK, but I don't know what voltage indicates the power is OK.

 

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