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  1. Ya i found that, doesn't do anything...this is what I see when I run that app ->
  2. And what exactly is the TT GRB Plus eco-system? I would have thought that the device I bought @ https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B079FYL6LM/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 would have worked. Only to find out later it appears it only works with your TT Fans. What do I need to buy to get the PS to sync with anything?
  3. Does anyone have any idea on how to configure this powersupply to sync up with ASUS Aura? I have the following Power Supply -> https://www.thermaltake.com/toughpower-irgb-plus-1200w-platinum-tt-premium-edition.html I purchased this (https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B079FYL6LM/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) thinking it would do the trick but I can't connect it. The cable from the powersupply to the board is a USB type cable. At this time, everything sync's with ASUS Aura i.e fans, GPU, etc. but I can't seem to get this Power Supply to sync up the colors. What am I doing wrong or better yet, what am I missing here?
  4. The only case I was able to successfully install the ASUS z390 Maximus XI Hero (Wifi) motherboard is after buying a CoolerMaster MasterBox 5 RGB Pro Series ATX Case. But this is after failed attempts at 14 others...that includes ThermalTake and InWin...The CoolerMaster fits the z390 from ASUS like a glove. No required modifications. Even the insane CoolerMaster V8 GTS Air Cooler fits in the case. I am disapointed as I originally wanted a ThermalTake Case 31 series which did not work at all. Can you tell me if the board will fit in a ThermalTake 91 series? I was planning on buying that next year. But if I am going to experience the same thing as in the 31 series, that plan is a write off for me...
  5. The problem is the LIP on the I/O shield of the ASUS z390...
  6. Understand how to install it? Are you joking? I've had five (5) A+ Certified Technicians not able to install it into a thermaltake and InWin cases in multiple computer shops, you are naive...
  7. It would appear i'm not the only one with problems... https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?105681-Maximus-XI-Code-Z390-will-not-fit-my-ATX-case
  8. Interesting comment, considering the Aorus is not made by ASUS but by Gigabyte; it makes your recommendation irrelevant as its not even the same manufacturer...talk to me when you try to fit an ASUS z390 Maximus XI Wifi series board into an InWin case...the computer shop where I took it couldn't even get it in after 5 different case attempts...I was advised to return the ASUS board and instead purchase an MSI series...
  9. If you say so... I just took the board to a computer shop today (prior to seeing your post) and the board does not even fit into any InWin branded case, the holes do not line up. And the case is brand new, no bends as you state...the shop said to not buy cheap ASUS crap and recommends going with MSI...hence, i'm going back to where I bought it and trading this bull #### ASUS crap in...
  10. Does anyone know??? I don't want to make the same mistake twice in buying a view 91 and it does not fit... See my thread about issues on the view 31 ->
  11. Whatever you do, do your research before you buy any thermaltake cases...I just learned a hard and expensive lesson. The ThermalTake View 31 is incompatible with majority of the ASUS 390 series boards.... Here is what the ASUS Z390 Maximus XI (Wifi) looks like inside it, I am unable to mount it...due to the fact that the holes don't line up all because the motherboard has a built in I/o plate. I bought the case off newegg.com and now i'm screwed, literally speaking; fortunately, newegg.com waived my re-stocking fees and provided a free return shipping label, so I am expected to get my full refund once they receive it. So once I get my refund, I will be out looking again for another case; this time, i'm doing my homework before I order another one again. Link to ASUS post @ https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?106464-ASUS-ROG-z390-Maximus-XI-Hero-(Wifi)-Does-NOT-fit-in-a-ThermalTake-View-31-Series-ATX&p=745373#post745373
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