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So I built this machine last week and so far everything had been fine, except this morning. I Turned the system on and the system hung on code D4 for a few seconds, with a black screen before booting into windows. After looking up the error( 4 - PCI resource allocation error. out of resources) some googling some posts pointed to ram.

I'm currently running memtest86+
so far I have reseated gpu/ram and cleared cmos.
after doing that it didn't hang on D4 anymore and seems to boot fine. I have noticed though that the d4 code will still flash briefly along with other normal codes , but with no visible signs like before.

I plan on running aida and furmark again for 5-6hrs tonight and see how things are. I'm just a little worried though.
is this cause for concern?

system specs:
i7 5820k @ stock
Asus x99 pro 3.1 motherboard
Gskill 4x4 - 16gb 2800 Ram
PSU - Evga G2 650
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Check your temps,are you overclocked? If your not then its a bit concerning.

Are you doing water cooling? If yes, then is the pump close to any hard drives, or hard drive cables. If that is happening, then moving the pump could solve the plorbem

If your running fine currently, then I reckon theres nothing to worry
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So I built this machine last week and so far everything had been fine, except this morning. I Turned the system on and the system hung on code D4 for a few seconds, with a black screen before booting into windows. After looking up the error( 4 - PCI resource allocation error. out of resources) some googling some posts pointed to ram.

I'm currently running memtest86+
so far I have reseated gpu/ram and cleared cmos.
after doing that it didn't hang on D4 anymore and seems to boot fine. I have noticed though that the d4 code will still flash briefly along with other normal codes , but with no visible signs like before.

I plan on running aida and furmark again for 5-6hrs tonight and see how things are. I'm just a little worried though.
is this cause for concern?

system specs:
i7 5820k @ stock
Asus x99 pro 3.1 motherboard
Gskill 4x4 - 16gb 2800 Ram
PSU - Evga G2 650

What pci-e devices you are using ?
post #4 of 9
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I'm stock settings on everything(running my ram at it's rated settings. 2800 cas 16 though without xmp on as it messes with my strap and bclk.) Air cooled with an R1 universal. Cpu temps idle 28-31c/ 56c load in occt, gpu idle 28c/ 70c load in furmark

Running a GTX 960
and an 950 pro 512gb m.2 ssd in x4
Edited by Kokoro1280 - 2/28/16 at 12:43am
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Well, I wouldn't worry at all. Unless you crash again.

If the pc runs fine zero crashes, nothing to worry 70C for a gpu is also fine
post #6 of 9
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I technically never crashed, but just noticed the code hanging and black screen at startup initially. Now it seems to boot just fine. I was concerned that it did that in the first place though.
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post #7 of 9
If its that much of a concern, then check VRM temps, NB temps and SB temps. Use a heat gun or use your hand to see the temps.
If its 60C or higher then its concerning, or hand buning .

If its burning then put a fan directly blowing onto it.

Otherwize, like I had said before, you never crashed, and you shouldn't worry about it
post #8 of 9
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alright, thanks very much for the help =)
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No plorbem
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