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I was assuming this was due to bad memory timings or xmp. Disabling xmp and setting timings manually seemed to not give me that unable to save rom error for me:

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Dunno if stable or not. upping vSOC to 1.25v seem to do something for me.
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It will hit you when it decides to. biggrin.gif
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Ordered from Amazon for 245€ hopefully i'll get it by tomorrow, @DADDYDC650's vrm temps convinced me finally tongue.gif
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It will hit you when it decides to. biggrin.gif

Just happened. I mb just decided to start flashing CPU/RAM leds
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Just happened. I mb just decided to start flashing CPU/RAM leds

Is it dead? or did it just crashed?
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I did yes. The CPU LED indicator is lit up, so I think it's the CPU that's the culprit. I've tried reseating without any luck. I do have an EK water block installed, so I'm wondering if that's the issue. I am going to install my ROG Crosshair VI board to test it out and see if the CPU is on the fritz.
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Ok everyone.

I have officially encountered the K7 "brick" issue. Mine is a little different however. I am able to get the system to turn on and my fans start to cycle. However, none of the LEDs light up any more, and neither does my RGB LED light strip. Whenever I do power the system on, the LED lights flash a bright white for a split second and then they don't stay on. The system appears to boot, but I don't get any video output to my monitor.

This started happening after I installed 3 Corsair HD 120 fans into my system along with a controller. However, the LEDs on the board worked for a little bit even with the new fans installed.

I've tried the following:

- Short the CLR CMOS jumper with a screwdriver
- Remove the CMOS battery for 5 minutes
- Reseat the RAM and remove CMOS battery
- Remove the battery and hold the mobo power button for 1 minute

I do have an EKWB Supremacy Evo installed with the original Gigabyte adhesive sheet taken from the original backplate and installed onto the EK back plate.

I'm at a loss here. The system was working for quite a while. Not sure how installing 3 fans would effect everything.

Thoughts?

I have the F3 Bios. I am unable to get to the BIOS screen due to the lack of video output.

I keep getting error code 01 on the motherboard. The CPU LED indicator is lit up, so I think it's the CPU that's the culprit. I've tried reseating without any luck. I do have an EK water block installed, so I'm wondering if that's the issue. I am going to install my ROG Crosshair VI board to test it out and see if the CPU is on the fritz.
post #778 of 1625
Meh I Guess I will stay at 3.9 until things get more "Stable"
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You will literally redo your OC.
BIOS > F7 (Load Optimized Defaults) > BIOS (check if the rom load error is gone) > Windows.
BIOS > Redo your OC ( Not your previous Profile)
That's pre Creator Update buddy. thumb.gif

Alright, so you prefer i do that instead of actually reverting back the XMP changes? i mean my CPU clock is stable after 8 hours OCCT.

The problem now is just the memory smile.gif
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I keep getting error code 01 on the motherboard. The CPU LED indicator is lit up, so I think it's the CPU that's the culprit. I've tried reseating without any luck. I do have an EK water block installed, so I'm wondering if that's the issue. I am going to install my ROG Crosshair VI board to test it out and see if the CPU is on the fritz.

Ok, installed the ROG Crosshair VI board and don't have any issues booting to Windows.

Think the K7 board has been bricked.

Can anyone offer and insight as to what may have caused the aforementioned issues? I really like the K7, but at this point I just want whatever freakin works!

I've tried clearing CMOS and reseating everything and I get the CPU LED lit and error code 01.
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