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Is it not posting at all? Any mobo beeps?

After resetting cmos the first time I got memory beeps. After pulling the mobo from the case and trying a reseat of the processor, it went back to initial malfunctioning behavior of restarting at gpu check, powering back up and failing at boot device LED.
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Have you tried to boot with the iGPU? I would remove the video card, and any other pci-e peripherals. I'm assuming you have more than one DIMM populated. Try and boot with one stick at a time as well.
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Have you tried to boot with the iGPU? I would remove the video card, and any other pc-e peripherals.

Did all that. Pulled all hardware, pulled mobo from case to rule out shorts, reset the cpu to rule out unseating and checked pins while there.

My settings didn't seem wild.
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Any good program to test memory stability with Haswell?
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Any good program to test memory stability with Haswell?

I use HCI Memtest. Running SuperPi helps as well.
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Any good program to test memory stability with Haswell?

Check the first page of this thread - bunch of useful Haswell OC tips/information there....thumb.gif

Apologies, just noticed the "memory" part of that post....axesmiley.png

Aida 64 can stress memory, along with XTU(Intel Extreme Tuning Utility)....As DarkReign said, SuperPi can work also....biggrin.gif
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Did all that. Pulled all hardware, pulled mobo from case to rule out shorts, reset the cpu to rule out unseating and checked pins while there.

My settings didn't seem wild.

I looked over them and they seem pretty reasonable. Especially considering what I put my hardware through lol.
Stupid question, but are you 100% sure all connections are secure and in place? If the CPU fan header isn't connected then it'll probably shutdown or go through a boot loop. I know from personal experience. Unfortunately with hardware troubleshooting you have to think of the easiest things to overlook. Please don't think I'm insulting your intelligence. biggrin.gif
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I looked over them and they seem pretty reasonable. Especially considering what I put my hardware through lol.
Stupid question, but are you 100% sure all connections are secure and in place? If the CPU fan header isn't connected then it'll probably shutdown or go through a boot loop. I know from personal experience. Unfortunately with hardware troubleshooting you have to think of the easiest things to overlook. Please don't think I'm insulting your intelligence. biggrin.gif

I'd rather you ask just in case I did overlook something. Cheers, but yah, troubleshooting with bare minimum. Cpu, heatsink, fan, 1 ram, and power. Think I'm at the point to get a replacement now.
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I'd rather you ask just in case I did overlook something. Cheers, but yah, troubleshooting with bare minimum. Cpu, heatsink, fan, 1 ram, and power. Think I'm at the point to get a replacement now.

I wouldn't say you're there just yet. Do you have any friends with the same socket that you can test on? You're better or narrowing everything down rather than setting up RMA's and possibly having to pay restocking fees.

I would say try another PSU but I have a feeling that HX is rather new. Plus if it shorted you probably wouldn't smelled something.
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@Darkwizzie

Sorry this thread moves so fast.....
4770K batch #L313B328
Made in Malaysia

How much x264 testing you asked? Well for this last round I was only testing through 4 loops w/64bit enabled.
Also passed Prime 95 (27.9) 8K,10K,12K & 1344K ffts 15 minutes each. For my cpu, 12K & 1344K seem most meaningful...if it's going to fail, it will fail one of these.

I'll post the settings again.....


Again, the vcore actual will move up to 1.404 & the vring actual will move to 1.17 under stress, confimed with HWINFO & DMM.
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