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post #161 of 199
crap I forget what beeps are what but just clear the CMOS... you seem to be pushing that thing all over the place... heheheh bound to find the limits like that though hehehe...


EDIT!!!
oh! wait!!! it might be RAM in the wrong DIMMs too... so try one stick only and switching it around till it boots, then add the second on the DIMM of the same color and try to boot with two



if that didn't work then clear CMOS
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post #162 of 199
all i did was reseat the TT120...
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post #163 of 199
did u see the edit?

really? maybe you got your RAM slightly out of the sockets?
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post #164 of 199
yeah, i tried that...ive got the cmos battery out right now...sometimes i hate computers
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post #165 of 199
weird... you know you got a little blue jumper you can use instead of taking the battery out right?

they are by the CMOS itself... look in the MoBo's manual for pics and stuff
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post #166 of 199
either way, it still not working, moving the ram, clearing the cmos...notta, gonna pull the board and make sure nothing is under it...might be shorting

EDIT: nevermind...ladies, gentlemen and children...plug in your PCI-E power cable to the graphics card ...it helps somewhat...

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post #167 of 199
well... I am not completely sure if that had something to do with your puter not being able to display but it might be somewhat safe to say that it could possible have had something to do with it YES! hahahah lmao!!!

dude... I had my vid card half in half not into the port when I first got the Q6600 I didn't notice that one of the million HS I put on the MoBo was keeping it from going in and I freaked hahahaha...
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post #168 of 199
damn, temps still arent even...

Core 0 - 25
Core 1 - 23
Core 2 - 19
Core 3 - 22

according to speed fan..so add 15 or whatever it is...?
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post #169 of 199
thats pretty normal...all four cores at the same temp is virtually impossible, without adjusting the affinity for all of the tasks and programs.
post #170 of 199
oh...then i shouldn't have reseated in the first place...all that work for naught...but i can't get it to stay stable at 3.15GHz...i gave it 1.38v...im beginning to hate this mobo
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