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Originally Posted by siva19psg View Post

Hello Guys,

I'm new to this overclock.net. I've brought Asrock X79 Extreme9 mootherboard and Intel i7 3820 yesterday. And, my Asrock motherborard not showing BIOS screen and no beep.
Dr.Debbug error code 0x00.

I connected only 24-pin , 8 pin , MSI Gtx 660 ti graphics card and RAM.


Can you guys help me...

Thanks.

Hi and welcome. Excellent board and chip thumb.gif Let's hope its a good chip typer.gif

How many memory sticks are you using? which ones? and have you installed them into correct slots? thinking.gif
Edited by X79Extreme7UK - 11/11/12 at 3:09am
post #1112 of 1592
Ok just read your other posts..Looks like you ve tried everything and in the end it sounds like it is the board that has got a problem. Just send it back and ask for another one.....
post #1113 of 1592
Thanks for you comment. I've just having a doubt in Asrock extreme 9 should i need an two 8-pin cpu connector or one. Because i using Corsair GS 800 Power supply its has only one 8-pin cpu connector.
post #1114 of 1592
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Thanks for you comment. I've just having a doubt in Asrock extreme 9 should i need an two 8-pin cpu connector or one. Because i using Corsair GS 800 Power supply its has only one 8-pin cpu connector.

You need 1 to make the cpu work as it is intended. Two 8 pins are used if you want to send extra power to cpu for intense overclocking as far as I know. In other words, your system should work as soon as you connect 24 pin power to motherboard and 8 pin power to CPU. If, like you said; every other component (ram, graphics card, psu etc) is working with other systems without any problem, then there is only 2 options left. It is either the motherboard or the CPU. Where did you buy the motherboard and cpu from?
post #1115 of 1592
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Originally Posted by X79Extreme7UK View Post

You need 1 to make the cpu work as it is intended. Two 8 pins are used if you want to send extra power to cpu for intense overclocking as far as I know. In other words, your system should work as soon as you connect 24 pin power to motherboard and 8 pin power to CPU. If, like you said; every other component (ram, graphics card, psu etc) is working with other systems without any problem, then there is only 2 options left. It is either the motherboard or the CPU. Where did you buy the motherboard and cpu from?

I'm from Chennai, India. I've brought these from Mumbai. Today, I sending these motherboard to get an new one....
post #1116 of 1592
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Originally Posted by X79Extreme7UK View Post

You need 1 to make the cpu work as it is intended. Two 8 pins are used if you want to send extra power to cpu for intense overclocking as far as I know. In other words, your system should work as soon as you connect 24 pin power to motherboard and 8 pin power to CPU. If, like you said; every other component (ram, graphics card, psu etc) is working with other systems without any problem, then there is only 2 options left. It is either the motherboard or the CPU. Where did you buy the motherboard and cpu from?

I'm just curious to ask you guys, I'm having Asrock X79 Extreme 9 motherboard and Intel Core i7 3820. I wanna try to run processor without CPU Cooler just for entering in to the BIOS screen. Is its safe? Any suggestion guys...
post #1117 of 1592
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I'm just curious to ask you guys, I'm having Asrock X79 Extreme 9 motherboard and Intel Core i7 3820. I wanna try to run processor without CPU Cooler just for entering in to the BIOS screen. Is its safe? Any suggestion guys...

Never run a cpu without a cooler. It would be a very expensive lesson.
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post #1118 of 1592
Hi All,

I have new rig X79 champion and 3930K, I try to overclock it in the bios raise the multiplier to 40, and all fine, but it look like the CPU don't decrease it multiplier when in on idle.
all C1E and Speedstep are enable, somebody experience it ?

Thanks.
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post #1119 of 1592
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Hi All,

I have new rig X79 champion and 3930K, I try to overclock it in the bios raise the multiplier to 40, and all fine, but it look like the CPU don't decrease it multiplier when in on idle.
all C1E and Speedstep are enable, somebody experience it ?

Thanks.

Normally I disable speedstep when i dont want the CPU to decrease multiplier when idle. But sometimes enable it to save power, however i seem to have the same problem. I have 3820 and mine does the same thing when speedstep enabled. Instead of dropping the multi it keeps it at the highest clock. I am not sure if "power saving" option is enabled in bios tho. I will check that and try again.
Edited by X79Extreme7UK - 11/16/12 at 6:03am
post #1120 of 1592
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Originally Posted by X79Extreme7UK View Post

You need 1 to make the cpu work as it is intended. Two 8 pins are used if you want to send extra power to cpu for intense overclocking as far as I know. In other words, your system should work as soon as you connect 24 pin power to motherboard and 8 pin power to CPU. If, like you said; every other component (ram, graphics card, psu etc) is working with other systems without any problem, then there is only 2 options left. It is either the motherboard or the CPU. Where did you buy the motherboard and cpu from?

I'm just curious to ask you guys, I'm having Asrock X79 Extreme 9 motherboard and Intel Core i7 3820. I wanna try to run processor without CPU Cooler just for entering in to the BIOS screen. Is its safe? Any suggestion guys...

Have you got your replacement extreme9 yet?
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