Roccat Complete SDMS with Arvo Keyboard

"Roccat have finalised their desktop range with the stunning Arvo Compact Gaming Keyboard"

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ROCCAT Announce Arvo Gaming Keyboard
 
ROCCAT have just announced the final piece in their Smart Desktop Management System (SDMS), the Arvo Compact Gaming Keyboard.
 
This incredible looking keyboard slots in alongside their Apuri USB hub and mouse cable manager, the Sota Gaming Mousepad and the stylish Kova mouse to complete a desktop environment that looks stylish and futuristic, without compromising usability.
 
With a compact design the ROCCAT Arvo helps gamers reclaim their desk-space and gives them a perfectly organised area. It comes complete with a built in metal backplate and is the first keyboard in the world to feature a gaming mode function in the numpad. By integrating the cursor keys into the number pad it helps keep the keyboard compact, whilst enabling gamers to have more keys within easy reach. A handy button on the top right of the keyboard enables quick switching between the numpad and the cursor keys.
 
Arvo Keyboard
 
Three "thumbster" keys just underneath the space bar offer both macro and practical timer functions and are also unique. In-game functions such as reloading and spell-casting are now within a quick and comfortable thumb press. The ROCCAT Arvo Compact Gaming Keyboard also comes complete with the multi-award winning macro and profile manager than is already available with both the ROCCAT Kova Max Customization mouse and the ROCCAT Valo Max Customization keyboard.
 
It will be available to purchase from retailers in the middle of December at a RRP of €59.99.
 
Further information on this keyboard is available at the Roccat Arvo website.
 
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02-11-2009, 11:04:10

tyree
I have an amd sli motherboard that just stopped working or at least when I hit the power button it wont come on. Ive tried jumping the psu and it, the cpu fan and cd drive came on but the motherboard doesnt start. is shorting the power pins the only way to get a motherboard to start. if the power button isnt working.

and a light on the motherboard comes on and goes off when I jump the psu

02-11-2009, 11:11:49

tinytomlogan
Sounds like dud ram, try removing one stick at a time dude see if it boots. Remember to REMOVE the power cable each time you swap the ram.

02-11-2009, 11:38:49

tyree
thanks, Ill try that but I doubt thats it its pretty solid ram

02-11-2009, 11:57:51

tinytomlogan
Even the best ram dies dude. Quite often tbh

02-11-2009, 12:08:20

MeltedDuron

Eeven the best ram dies dude. Quite often tbh



I can vouch for this, had one of my cherry G.Skill HZ's die on me last year, often it'll only be one stick in the pair. If you've got the time it might be worthwhile stripping the rig down to a bare minimum (just the mobo, cpu, graphics card, psu and ram) and testing what you can, one stick at a time.

03-11-2009, 08:39:36

tyree
Ive tried using one ram at a time and still no response even when I put in a motherboard that I just took out of the plastic. I still get no response from the power button.

07-11-2009, 22:25:47

iceie
which kind of power button did you hit? the one from the mobo or from the chasis?

08-11-2009, 04:02:19

tinytomlogan
If you have tried a different motherboard it could still be the ram. Do you have any other ram you can try? Also try shorting out the pins on the motherboard header for the power switch (this way you know if your switch is working)

08-11-2009, 04:36:12

tyree
I hit the button on the case, I dont have any other memory. but I did try the other suggestion of removing each memory. I also tried shorting the pins but I didnt have a screwdriver. tried a knife instead with no success I have to try it with a screwdriver to see if I get better results

11-11-2009, 12:24:18

Skorchio
Is there any LEDS on the mobo what are or are not lightign up, even with no ram most mobos will turn on but not display anything. Just beep. Sounds like the board. Have you tried all the ram slots?
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