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My post was about trying one stick at a time and swapping around to different slots if necessary. The idea is to determine if there is bad RAM or incompatibility.
I brought up the possibility of RAM problems because you mentioned POST code 19. The following step is RAM initialization, the point where your POST was failing.

OK. Plugging a single 4gb stick into slots 1 & 2 gives me "19" post code. Plugging the single stick into slots 3 & 4 gives ]me post doe "DB". Im lost. DB = "flash update is failed". I flashed the bios ASAP to f7 with no issues. Could this mean my memory is bad?
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post #572 of 6655
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I was wondering what connector I would plug a second fan into on a Hyper 212. What about using 2 and 3 so they would keep the same speed?
Why don't you just try it and see what works best for you? I experimented around with a lot of fan combos but I don't remember them all. But I personally would plug at least one fan into cpu fan header. Then enable cpu fan monitoring in BIOS for insurance if at least one fan quits on you. .
I was running a NH-D12 with the Noctua pwm fans and running both off the cpu fan header. Gigabyte told me the header is good for 1A, although they don't recommend plugging 2 fans into one header. :shrug: If you're using the fan that came with the 212 and a similar one you're not going to get close to 1A.
post #573 of 6655
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Why don't you just try it and see what works best for you? I experimented around with a lot of fan combos but I don't remember them all. But I personally would plug at least one fan into cpu fan header. Then enable cpu fan monitoring in BIOS for insurance if at least one fan quits on you. .
I was running a NH-D12 with the Noctua pwm fans and running both off the cpu fan header. Gigabyte told me the header is good for 1A, although they don't recommend plugging 2 fans into one header. :shrug: If you're using the fan that came with the 212 and a similar one you're not going to get close to 1A.
I'm probably not going to use a second fan on the 212, I was just thinking about the option and how I'd go about doing it because I have a spare 120mm fan. There's a case fan blowing out directly behind where the heatsink would be so I think putting another fan right there would be overkill. I haven't installed the 212 yet, going to get into that tomorrow probably. Thanks for the info.
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post #574 of 6655
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OK. Plugging a single 4gb stick into slots 1 & 2 gives me "19" post code. Plugging the single stick into slots 3 & 4 gives ]me post doe "DB". Im lost. DB = "flash update is failed". I flashed the bios ASAP to f7 with no issues. Could this mean my memory is bad?

if it says db then you usually get into the BIOS screen, if not then yea a BIOS updated failed. Can you tell me, try one stick int he slot furthest away from the CPU. How did you update the BIOS? did you use a flash drive or did you do it through windows?

yea 1A is actually a lot, most fans, silent ones at least are rated under .5A, and the very strong 1200 3mm thick 138CFM fan i have pulls .7A so you can do a y connector and do two normal fans.
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post #575 of 6655
OK. i removed my video card and was able to get a "19" post code. When the post code came up i hit the reset button twice and the computer booted. Since it is up and running i am going to run a mem test on the 2 sticks that are currently in.
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Good luck Jolly, I'm rootin for ya.
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post #577 of 6655
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yea man good luck. Just to be very stable, please do this:
Reflash the BIOS with F7, put the BIOS ROM on a USB flash driver formatted in FAT32.
Go into advanced mode and hit F8 and then qFLash will come up, update to the latest BIOS.
After it is done flashing it will ask you if you want to shut down or restart, hit reboot.
THen immediately go into the BIOS, goto advanced mode, the last page, and select "load optimized defaults" then save and exit.

That is how you should correctly flash the BIOS.

If you fail to flash the BIOS again please just flick the dual BIOS switch and go to the older BIOS, and if you want to flash the BIOS that is acting up from the other BIOS you can just hit ATL=F10 during POST.
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post #578 of 6655
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yea man good luck. Just to be very stable, please do this:
Reflash the BIOS with F7, put the BIOS ROM on a USB flash driver formatted in FAT32.
Go into advanced mode and hit F8 and then qFLash will come up, update to the latest BIOS.
After it is done flashing it will ask you if you want to shut down or restart, hit reboot.
THen immediately go into the BIOS, goto advanced mode, the last page, and select "load optimized defaults" then save and exit.
That is how you should correctly flash the BIOS.
If you fail to flash the BIOS again please just flick the dual BIOS switch and go to the older BIOS, and if you want to flash the BIOS that is acting up from the other BIOS you can just hit ATL=F10 during POST.

Once i got the comp to boot and i got into the bios it said my bios was corrupted. it recovered back to F4. going to reflash to F7. I used flash drive to flash it before. I will do exactly as you said to do. I ran memtest in windows just now without any errors. Is everyone having this boot issue? I will update when i have the bios flashed back to F7.
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So after i completed flashing to f7 it asked if i wanted to reboot or shut down. I selected reboot and the comp shutoff completely then came back on, back into the weird boot loop thing. So ihave to hit the power button in order to get the "19" post code. Then i have to hit the reset button twice to get the comp to boot. when the option to go into to bios comes i hit DEL, it then attempts to go into bios. the initial bios UEFI bios screen comes up, but without any options to choose, then the comp restarts. If dont attempt to go into the bios then it will boot straight into windows without any problem (this is of course after i do the start up ritual, hitting the power button then the restart button 2x). Should i try an earlier bios? f6 maybe?
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Oh yeah, when the UEFI bios screen comes up without any options the post code reads "DB".
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