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post #11 of 16
not sure if this is you or not. but found this

http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3502932/gigabyte-ax370-gaming-error-code.html
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not sure if this is you or not. but found this

http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3502932/gigabyte-ax370-gaming-error-code.html

not me, lol. I have seen that post before and pretty much tried all those steps.

One thing on this post suggests (https://forums.evga.com/EVGA-GTX-1080-FTW-8-8-PIN-Installation-question-m2521071.aspx) that says instead of using the 8 pin to two 6+2 pins for the EVGA graphics card, use two 8 pin to 6+2 or two 8 pin to 8 pin, that the video card may not be getting enough power.
post #13 of 16
Jeez man... you've replaced all your core components such as CPU, motherboard and RAM and yet ending up with the same error. That is very unlucky, and definitely unusual. At this point, would you think that it might be your powersupply not providing the correct voltages / current to your set up? I am no PSU expert but at this point... you've replaced everything that could be wrong except of the powersupply. I understand that the system "turns on" but does not go through the post process, I might be looking at the PSU providing the incorrect voltages / current and having your motherboard to throw the 0d error. What do you think?
post #14 of 16
I didn't mean it was you per-say, just the problem. but sorry it didn't help. I wonder if it is a power supply or maybe a ground, just taking a stab in the dark here.
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post #15 of 16
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So, follow up for everyone! And hopefully this will help anyone in the future that comes with this same error code.


To recap, I was receiving a 0d error code on the motherboard when trying to boot after I built my PC. It would not boot into BIOS. No display on any monitors, etc.

I attempted to: replace the motherboard, replace the CPU, swap out the RAM, remove the GPU (and running on the MOBO), remove all PCIe devices. Nothing. Zilch. Nada. Kept receiving the same error code.

FIX: This is where it gets weird. So remember when I removed the GPU and I was still receiving the same 0d error code? Problem is, you can't use a single 8-pin to two 6+2 pin cables for the EVGA GeForce 1080 TI. The video card needs TWO SEPARATE power supplies. Either two 8-pin to 8-pin cables or two 8-pin to two 6+2 pin cables will work. Plugged each in individually and boom, powered up with no issues whatsoever. mad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gif


I hope this helps anyone in the future that receives this same generic error code.
post #16 of 16
That's very weird, you have a 1000w corsair PSU that should be more than capable of running. sad thing is that you already went through all that hassle while having a possibility that your old parts that you replaced were perfectly fine. anyways... here we are now with your problem sorted. I run my 1080 Ti with two separate cables but I also recall running more power hungry cards from a single 6+2 / 8 pin power and things worked fine.

Having a backup / test card is always handy so when you encounter situations like this, you would throw in the test card to minimize issues.

I am glad we managed to route you to the correct direction, good luck now and enjoy your new system.
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