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Just upgrades to UEFI 2.11. The LED issue is still present. Can anyone from Asrock please fix this?
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Reported this LEDs problem to Asrock support. Not sure if they'll respond, but at least they should know the problem exists.
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Thanks for reporting this, hope it gets addressed soon enough.

Running BIOS 2.10 and noticed that the CPU voltage is way too high still. And with the X570 chipset directly below GPU, the chipset is going to get hot no matter what. Manually tuned GPU fan profile alleviates this but this is still a design flaw imo.

BTW, contacted Asrock for type C adapter cable (given for free but I paid for shipping), CS has great altitude so thumbs up there. Now the front panel type C could be usable.

Looking back, I would rather have picked something else maybe...
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[QUOTE=Taichi_FTW] Thanks for reporting this, hope it gets addressed soon enough./QUOTE]

Asrock support asked me, if this happens on Windows 10 as well. Did you see it on Linux like in my case, or it happens to you on Windows? I don't have Windows, so can't really test that.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote shmerl Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 Oct 2019 at 8:56am
This the response I got from Asrock support:

Quote Unfortunately we do not have Linux OS support ,nor bios to solve issues with Linux


I'm not sure they even get what the problem is. And since it's a bug in UEFI, it shouldn't matter what OS I'm using, it's something they should be fixing.
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Is there anyone with Windows, who can confirm this LEDs bug?
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Originally posted by shmerl shmerl wrote:

Is there anyone with Windows, who can confirm this LEDs bug?

From another forum, a user with windows10 also has this problem with Power-LED in S3-Mode. He tried switching off "Power LED Always On In S5", no change.
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Thanks for confirming, I'll forward this to Asrock.
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For me it's nos just on-board power and reset LEDs (on the buttons that are on the motherboard itself), but also Dr. Debug ones. They stay on after resume.
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