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ASUS ROG Azoth - turn off OLED on power off

HollySoup
Level 8

Hi
I recently bought Azoth. I use wired to my PC and I have a question.
Every time I power the PC the keyboard powers off but Oled is not, it's displaying the battery percentage and an icon that it's charging.
Is there a way to turn off Oled too with a keyboard? I am afraid of the burnout of OLED. Or I should just unplag the USB cord which is quite annoying if that's the only way, and quite stupid...
Will appreciate any help.

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Nate152
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You're welcome.

Something else you can try is enabling ErP Ready (S4+S5).

This is a power saving feature and is found in the bios, Advanced Tab, APM Configuration, ErP Ready - Enable (S4+S5).

What this does is, when your pc shuts down, it shuts off power to your usb peripherals. 

 

 

 

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Nate152
Moderator

Hello HollySoup

Try turning on Power saving mode and tick "Turn off keyboard and OLED LED".

power saving mode.png

If that doesn't work, you can turn off the OLED display before shutting down your pc.

OLED off.png

Thanks for your reply.

Your first suggestion was on by default, and about the second one I don't really want to open the app and turn off oled everytime I shut off my pc.

So if there is no permanent solution like a settings option maybe this can be a feature request?
As I see this could be done on the software side, and it shouldn't be much work but it will save the screen from unwonted burn-ins from just having the keyboard in wired mode all the time.

What do you think?

Nate152
Moderator

You're welcome.

Something else you can try is enabling ErP Ready (S4+S5).

This is a power saving feature and is found in the bios, Advanced Tab, APM Configuration, ErP Ready - Enable (S4+S5).

What this does is, when your pc shuts down, it shuts off power to your usb peripherals. 

 

 

 

Yep, that worked for me. 
Thanks