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The last 4 digits on the serial number sticker are what bios version the board ships with smile.gif
Never knew that, cool, thanks.

My R4E has worked perfectly for about 6 mos now. Great OCer!
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Originally Posted by Dizzymagoo View Post

The last 4 digits on the serial number sticker are what bios version the board ships with smile.gif

The 3204 does support the processor.

Alright so I tried a different powersupply. Fired right up and posted. Added all the ram back in, posted again. Pulled the AX860i out and put it on the bench, posted again. Makes no sense why all the sudden its posting. But here are my thoughts. I think the case is shorting it out... Which is weird its a Corsair 800D case. Any ideas on how to prevent it from shorting?

Also I would like to give credit to DeXel for the shorting thought. Thanks bud! thumb.gif

Make sure your board is not making contact with the PCI covers or the MB tray. Be sure that all MB Standoffs are tight and present.
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Alright so I tried a different powersupply. Fired right up and posted. Added all the ram back in, posted again. Pulled the AX860i out and put it on the bench, posted again. Makes no sense why all the sudden its posting. But here are my thoughts. I think the case is shorting it out... Which is weird its a Corsair 800D case. Any ideas on how to prevent it from shorting?

Also I would like to give credit to DeXel for the shorting thought. Thanks bud! thumb.gif

Brilliant post. thumb.gif I thought my cpu had blown. Never thought it was my PSU. I got the same mbd display as you and was able to go straight to another PSU. Fired up and I'm good to go;)............... Also checked that the current capability across the various rails was higher with my new PSU.........just for added assurance.

I know................. not fully tested but I'm up and running.
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I have the same setup. (but) the Memory for that Board is very picky if you look at the Vendor lists and match serial Numbers. That will cause the same problem. And the Debug code is Full of Crap!!!. Jjust check the serial numbers on your ram and I know the old bios has no support for that chip. New bios does and new bios has new V ender list for memory. This is written givin you put the CPU in right.thumb.gif
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