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Old 03-01-2017, 08:37 PM   #1
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Question ASUS STRIX Z270G - Solid White Cursor, Won't Post - Sometimes

Hey everyone. I'm having an odd issue with the mobo mentioned in the title. Sometimes it boots right up, no issues, other times it just hangs on a solid white (non blinking) cursor and it won't post. I have to kill it via the switch on the PSU, and try again. Sometimes I'll then post and boot right up, other times it takes multiple attempts. Once the PC is running it runs great, will game/work for hours and hours on end, completely stable.

Has anyone seen this before on their motherboard? I'm kinda over the 6700K/Z1-270 series right now and I'm contemplating just dumping it for a X99 and a 5820K but I want to see if anyone has any insight on this first. Google comes back empty when I search for a similar issue.

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