banwell Posted May 14, 2012 Share Posted May 14, 2012 I am picking through the bones of a problem on a P8Z77-V board I have. I am getting strange pop up warning from Asus Probe 2 software of AI Suite with a corsair AX850 and i5-2500K. The system is oc'd and Prime stable at 4.6Mhz running latest 0906 bios (Issue also occurs when standard). The PSU is about a month old and worked flawlessly in a p67 system. I haven't disable Asus probe 2 yet but i am close. It throws up all kinds of anomalies like a vcores of 0.054v (which would crash the system). It also has slightly different readings for the 5v and 12v rail in comparison to Aidia64. I can see stats in Aida64 which do not correlate with asus suite. For example probe populates the Alert log as such:- [05/06/2012 at 07:47 am] +5V 0.240 Abnormal [05/06/2012 at 07:47 am] +5V 5.040 Normal [05/06/2012 at 08:19 am] Vcore 0.054 Abnormal [05/06/2012 at 08:19 am] Vcore 1.010 Normal [05/06/2012 at 11:43 am] MotherBoard 126.0 Abnormal [05/06/2012 at 11:43 am] MotherBoard 34.0 Normal I've checked that nothing is shorting the case/motherboard and all seems fine. The Anti-Surge protection on the board occasionally kicks in and is shutting down the PC and rebooting. The pc has been running on a strip with surge protection and straight from the wall. I find it hard to believe that my PSU is acting up after flawless performance at same settings on a P67 board. I have also seen a few others who have noticed the same behaviour with this board (and referenced Aida64). Now the official line I am getting back from Asus support is that:- "Use only one monitoring tool at a time, as they all poll the super IO at the same time. You can also turn off AI suite from polling some of those rails to prevent the misreads if those voltages are beign read by another tool." Is this right? Are you aware of these conflicts between Aida64 and Z77 asus boards running AI Suite Probe 2?? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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