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Hi every one, I'm new to this forum and I've now built my 5 th Computer. The computer consists of E6320, 4GB of Crucial Ballistix 8500 and eVGA 8800GTX and when I tried to boot it up for the 1st time I get Post Code 90 first very quick flash of 83 then it goes to 90 with included fire alarm. Can't get to bios because of alarm settings to shut it down what I've figured out. Tired taking out 3 of the 4 sticks of RAM, don't want to go all the way of disassemble it if someone know what the problem might be.

/regards deifier please help
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What does the manual list as the code for 9.0, you say fire alarm is that over temp on the cpu or something. I dont understand what that means really.
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Sorry to bother you with a problem solved But thank you very much for responding so quickly. It was my Videocard, I went through the standard things step by step stripped stuff and found that it was the videocard that has two powersupply lines and I connected it to the wrong one silly me.

Thnx again MADMAX22, btw you're a GREAT CLOCKER!
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Well good to know for other people that have the same issue, thanks for posting what fixed it. Oh and I jsut got lucky and keep things cold is all.
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Madmax22 a question if you don't mind, if I set the volt on this ram manually should it be 2.2V like it says or should I start of lower? Or start of at 2.2V and go higher?
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I would keep the RAM volts at 2.2 all the time. I doubt you're going to be overclocking enough to make the RAM work above its rated speeds, and if it is perfectly stable at those speeds, I wouldn't go overvolting it.
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