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Help please. I finished my build this afternoon, hit power, and my everything acts like it's starting up for 2-3 seconds, but immediately shuts down and starts over. I get no beeps, or codes in the top corner and can't get to bios. Any thoughts?

It was suggested to remove my ram and force an error, that didn't work either, same few seconds where all fans and pump fire up, but then it all shuts down and restarts.
post #5992 of 14763
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Originally Posted by mistacheese View Post

Help please. I finished my build this afternoon, hit power, and my everything acts like it's starting up for 2-3 seconds, but immediately shuts down and starts over. I get no beeps, or codes in the top corner and can't get to bios. Any thoughts?

It was suggested to remove my ram and force an error, that didn't work either, same few seconds where all fans and pump fire up, but then it all shuts down and restarts.

hold down the "START" button for 5 seconds. Then hold MemOK! button for 5 seconds, and while still pressed, hit the power button. MemOK! should blink, board should boot up and shut down itself a few times, provided there is not something else wrong.


Failing that...

Ensure that ram is installed in proper slots, no case shorts, and CPU is mounted properly. Plug fan into CPU header.
post #5993 of 14763
Yeah sorry i forgot to say these Bios Profiles where made by myself not Asus, so they would count as Custom made!!

I hope that puts things right with the members who are looking into this Great Thread.

Respectfully,

AJ.

Your 100% correct Luna!thumb.gif
post #5994 of 14763
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hold down the "START" button for 5 seconds. Then hold MemOK! button for 5 seconds, and while still pressed, hit the power button. MemOK! should blink, board should boot up and shut down itself a few times, provided there is not something else wrong.


Failing that...

Ensure that ram is installed in proper slots, no case shorts, and CPU is mounted properly. Plug fan into CPU header.

Thank you, that didn't do it unfortunately. I tried unplugging power to graphics cards also, still no post. I did discover I have a "CPU LED" light on beside atx power in. Related?
post #5995 of 14763
Seem I may have a CPU problem after researching the light. Thanks guys.
post #5996 of 14763
I hope that is not pointing towards some Bent pins in the CPU SOCKET!!! As you are a where these levers have to go down in the correct order, else there is a chance of damage.

AJ.
post #5997 of 14763
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I hope that is not pointing towards some Bent pins in the CPU SOCKET!!! As you are a where these levers have to go down in the correct order, else there is a chance of damage.

AJ.

AJ, thank you. I realize how important the lever arm is, and to be grounded well. I just removed it and verified no bent pins or anything obvious. I found a few searches indicating that this is the same light I would get with an improper bios version as ibe is supported out of the box. How do I update bios, if I can't get to bios screen?

I have the latest bios downloaded to a USB flash drive (format under properties just says FAT) and it is the inky thing on the drive. I renamed it R4BE.cap. I can't seem to get computer to get to a point that would let me update it though.
post #5998 of 14763
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Yes, that's what it is. It is a physical relay - the white "NFC" box in the audio circuit is a physical relay that is responsible for that click.
yap, as long as CPU is capable. Although, I have to say, having the XMP profile for the speed you want is going to make the tertiary timings work for you..otherwise you'd be doing it manually or relying on the automatic profiling.

Some of these G.Skill sets have SPD for both 2133/2400, if they are older SB-E X79 stock, FYI.


Also, got word back from G.Skill this morning about the ICs and what we were talking about earlier about the MFR sticks, and as expected, no info was given.


I'll shoot them an email and ask.
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Does anyone here know if the RIVBE has enough space for a H110 in Push-Pull in a Corsair 750D? I couldnt get a reply from the Obsidian Owners Club. The RIVE doesn't have enough space to mount all 4 fans, just 3 (2 above and 1 below the rad)
 
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Does anyone here know if the RIVBE has enough space for a H110 in Push-Pull in a Corsair 750D? I couldnt get a reply from the Obsidian Owners Club. The RIVE doesn't have enough space to mount all 4 fans, just 3 (2 above and 1 below the rad)

If it fits it will be a close fit, you can always just use 2 fans if it doesn't fit.

Not sure what you mean by connecting the fans, but if the cables aren't long enough you can either get extensions I me then longer by soldering a few more inches in the center.
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