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post #2911 of 6656
Well atm I can only suggest to try clearing CMOS the proper way as Sin0822 suggested once.

If does not help, well, disassemble the PC and try to boot it with minimal components connected (preferably outside of the case). Check the connections, reconnect them.

There was this guy yesterday with similar problem on D3H. I believe he ended up exchanging his board.

Continuous beeps though... usually mean bad ram.
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The beeping stops after I install 1 or 2 sticks of ram, only when I don't have ram is when I hear continuous beeps. I will try his way of clearing the cmos. I have already taken apart everything and only have the CPU and HSF connected atm.
post #2913 of 6656
Nope nothing, even doing it his way of clearing the cmos did not resolve the problem. I still see D7 on the debug console however and do not hear any other beeps. Only had the Ram and CPU installed. I will have to RMA the board, a shame really, it was only built yesterday.
post #2914 of 6656
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Originally Posted by Virus9 View Post

Nope nothing, even doing it his way of clearing the cmos did not resolve the problem. I still see D7 on the debug console however and do not hear any other beeps. Only had the Ram and CPU installed. I will have to RMA the board, a shame really, it was only built yesterday.
When people smash car,who to blame (shame)...car or driver?
Don't blame the board.You should know what you doing,when you overclock.
Board is OK,for sure!!

Insert only keyboard and mouse in USB2 ports,1 stick of RAM in slot 1,disconnect HDD (SSD) atm,unplug PSU,clear CMOS ,plug PSU back and try to went in BIOS.

Btw,
posted some new BIOS on TT forum.
Edited by stasio - 7/27/12 at 3:32am
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Thanks for the info. I know this ram isn't rated for 2400MHz but have you been able to OC at all? Not that I plan on doing much OCing but I might dabble.
Which ram? The Kingston HyperX I assume. I haven't tried to OC it yet. The rig that ram is on is in the process of being modded so it doesn't have much up time lately.
As far as the G Skill Trident 2400 on the other machine, it benches pretty good with the Profile 1 setting, but I've been absolutely unable to OC it at all. I tried some of the Samsung Green ram and the fastest I could get was the x20 multi I think. Good ram for the money but the board isn't very friendly to it in terms of OC.
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The beeping stops after I install 1 or 2 sticks of ram, only when I don't have ram is when I hear continuous beeps. I will try his way of clearing the cmos. I have already taken apart everything and only have the CPU and HSF connected atm.
Yah, continuous beeps with no ram installed I think is normal behavior, not sure why you'd want to try to boot with no ram though. Last time I heard continous beeps was when my water pump power connection came loose. Yikes! can you say overheated? lol.
post #2916 of 6656
I think I saw an option for this in the BIOS somewhere but can't find it now but does anyone know how to change the case power button to be set to shutdown when presses instead of instantaneous power off?
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post #2917 of 6656
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Nope nothing, even doing it his way of clearing the cmos did not resolve the problem. I still see D7 on the debug console however and do not hear any other beeps. Only had the Ram and CPU installed. I will have to RMA the board, a shame really, it was only built yesterday.

Remove board from case and place on cardboard box. Install only power source, 1 stick of ram in slot 1, hard drive on which OS is on, graphics card, monitor mouse and keyboard, cpu and cpu heatsink/cooler. Make sure the mouse and keyboard are plugged into the rear 3.0/2.0 USB ports. plug power into wall but turn off at the power source by flipping the switch to off. Hold the power on button on the motherboard for 1-2 minutes. Unplug the power source from wall. Now, remove your cmos battery and flip it upside down and reinstall. short the cmos jumpers as indicated in the user manual for 1-2 minutes with a screw driver. Remove your cmos battery and reinstall right side up. plug your power source back in to wall and turn on power source by flipping switch to the on position. Flip the bios switch on motherboard to the backup bios position. Now for the moment of truth. push the power button on the motherboard and be prepared to hit the delete key to get into bios. If you are able to get into bios, click on Optimized Settings and save and exit.

If that does not work then report back as to what happened including any error code displayed.

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I think I saw an option for this in the BIOS somewhere but can't find it now but does anyone know how to change the case power button to be set to shutdown when presses instead of instantaneous power off?

Power Options/Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN
post #2918 of 6656
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

interesting. So it doesn't light up or it also doesn't work?

It does not work, at all.
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post #2919 of 6656
Is anybody using the onboard mSata? Is there any advantage to it? It seems to me that since they got rid of the northbridge there is unused room on ATX mobos, so intel decided it would be a good way to sell some mini SSDs, which they happen to manufacture.

I have a Noctua NH-L12 heatsink, so it would be difficult to install/remove an mSata from that location.
post #2920 of 6656
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Originally Posted by barkeater View Post

Remove board from case and place on cardboard box. Install only power source, 1 stick of ram in slot 1, hard drive on which OS is on, graphics card, monitor mouse and keyboard, cpu and cpu heatsink/cooler. Make sure the mouse and keyboard are plugged into the rear 3.0/2.0 USB ports. plug power into wall but turn off at the power source by flipping the switch to off. Hold the power on button on the motherboard for 1-2 minutes. Unplug the power source from wall. Now, remove your cmos battery and flip it upside down and reinstall. short the cmos jumpers as indicated in the user manual for 1-2 minutes with a screw driver. Remove your cmos battery and reinstall right side up. plug your power source back in to wall and turn on power source by flipping switch to the on position. Flip the bios switch on motherboard to the backup bios position. Now for the moment of truth. push the power button on the motherboard and be prepared to hit the delete key to get into bios. If you are able to get into bios, click on Optimized Settings and save and exit.
If that does not work then report back as to what happened including any error code displayed.
Power Options/Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN

I have followed your instructions exactly. I still can't get anything to display on the monitor. The backup bios led is on, all fans are running, debug console shows D7. Oh and also one thing I forgot to mention, I updated the BIOS from F7 to F11. This was before I started overclocking but it was stable booting up at stock and while I was ocing up to 4.2 Ghz. It was only when I increased the vcore in slight amounts I got the error.
Edited by Virus9 - 7/27/12 at 10:19am
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