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DH77EB STDBY Led

idata
Community Manager
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Hello all,

I just recently built a 3570K on a DH77EB board.

Everything is functioning fine but the green stdby led next to the main power socket on the board seem to be flashing even when the computer is turned on and working normally. Is this normal for the board or is this something I need to look into?

The reason I ask is because I want to claim this in the warranty if there is something wrong and not wait for it to cause any major problems.

Comp Specs

Processor: Core i5 3570K

Board: Intel DH77EB

RAM: Kingston 1600 8 gig (4x2)

HD: Seagate Barracuda ST500DM002-IBD142

PSU: Cooler Master 420W

DVD: Samsung DVDR SH-222

Thanks in advance.

Best,

Hassan

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idata
Community Manager
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the LED that is soldered onto the motherboard? or the LED in the case?

just call intel and ask, I'm not sure.

idata
Community Manager
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Thanks for the reply Shaun. It's the light soldered on the motherboard as highlighted below. I've found nothing about it in any documentation for the motherboard, the forums or thelwebsite.

idata
Community Manager
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Any chance you found out about the Standby Power LED behavior Hassan?

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