Originally Posted by Karpata
So anyone else have an idea what to do to solve the 0d Error on Boot LED? Is my board maybe dead aswell? The past few posts took down my hopes of solving this dramatically since the best solution here was to get a new Board...
Hold up there.
First: Are you cold booting, or restarting?
Cold booting you will get more 0d errors than restarting after a clean boot.
If your are cold booting, try the "press reset, hold, press retry, release both" trick. I find it works for random 0d's.
Second, Though the boards make a difference if something is wrong with them, CPU's more often than not make the biggest difference in booting memory.
I have one 1800x that will cold boot DDR4 3600 with tight timings, and one 1800x that can't cold boot ddr4 3200 unless the timings are SUPER loose. This is on the same board, with the same memory.
I have found it is best to cold boot with a safe default profile (power on, press the safe button, let it boot in safe mode, load safe profile, F10). Let the boot all the way into windows, then restart, enter bios, load your OC profile, f10, reboot.
If you get 0d errors even when warm booting, it is either you MB is bad, your memory can't handle the clock, or you CPU just does not have a good IMC.