Just purchased a new DH61AG to replace my ECS G24 Aura AIO w/3770s and 16 GB Ram and SSD (H61H2-TI fried) Was running Win10 Pro x64, updated new board to BIOS 109 (was 40), selected "ECS 21" in AIO BIOS dropdown menu, bios warns alert of "incorrect settings and possible damage to AIO Hardware and flat panel monitor" (10 point touch, works great), "ECS 24" not an option in drop down, and can not locate specs or data to manually input criteria to get rid of warning. I lowered LED background from brightest to neutral in BIOS and in OS lowered display setting to dim setting. Otherwise system seems to work fine, anyone else have this or a similar issue? Solutions? Ideas?
Chucker18: Thank you very much for joining the Intel® Desktop Boards communities.
In order to better assist you I will do further research on this matter. As soon as I get any updates or a possible solution, I will post all the details on this thread.
Additionally, on the link below you will find the list of tested peripherals for the board, in there you will see different models of monitors among some other products that were tested as fully compatible with it. As you can see AIO devices are not showing, that is why I will do further research on this scenario:
I also encourage all the peers that are viewing this forum, that if they have further feedback or suggestions to post all the information in regard to this subject.
Any further questions, please let me know.
Chucker18: After doing a research on this case, actually the best thing to do will be to get in contact directly with ECS. Since they are the manufacturer of the AIO unit, they might have further suggestions and details in reference to this scenario:
In regard to the Intel® DH61AG board, remember that it is not fully compatible with Windows® 10, so there might be some features that will not work as expected:
Any questions, please let me know.