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awesome.. problem solved
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I went to adjust my memory timings to what I had before I installed my new Phenom II CPU. I have Patriot memory with timings of 4-4-4-12 2T at 2.1v. I went into th bios and the only thing I updated was to manually set these timings and to change the voltage to 2.1. I saved and exited now I get nothing. It turns on and I get a blank screen.

I had these settings before putting in the new CPU, but that was on a different BIOS version.

I have cleared the RTC (CMOS or whatever) by removing the battery and capping jumpers 2 and 3 for 10 second then returning the jumper. I get the same response. Blank screen, it will not post.

Any ideas? I do have some other RAM I can swap out. I'll probably try this next. I don't have a lot of replacement parts.

Thanks!
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OK. I logged onto the ASUS live chat support. Freaking awesome! Took the guy one minute. I was on the right path, but I had to take it down to a single stick, clear CMOS, then restart. I had taken it down to 2 sticks and it didn't work.

http://livesupport.asus.com/oapts.html

This just reaffirms ASUS as a great company with great support, for me at least.
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post #5664 of 12349
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Originally Posted by CaptainBender View Post
OK. I logged onto the ASUS live chat support. Freaking awesome! Took the guy one minute. I was on the right path, but I had to take it down to a single stick, clear CMOS, then restart. I had taken it down to 2 sticks and it didn't work.

http://livesupport.asus.com/oapts.html

This just reaffirms ASUS as a great company with great support, for me at least.
Glad you got it sorted. Enjoy

Now quick call him back and ask about a bios update J/K

Good luck

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post #5665 of 12349
its offical YOU CAN RUN 1066Mhz ram on this board - i just did it
However my O/C suffered greatly and i ahd to clear cmos and start from scracth so it would work - but it does work

make sure you use the yellow ram slot closest to the cpu and then use the first black slot closest to the cpu (if using matched ram sticks) this is better for o/c
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My green LED just keeps on flashing when the power is turned on and it won't start. Is this a power issue? I'm trying to run it on a 350w PSU which has 13amps on the 12v. Do I need a more powerful PSU? I have nothing else installed to the motherboard apart from one stick of RAM and the processor.
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post #5667 of 12349
turn off the power remove the cord from teh power supply and then reconnect - this happened to me and took me a good 30mins to work it out!

even when the PSU is off it still has power going through it

almost 100% sure that will fix it

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just finished modifying my case, fans were delivered today should have everything installed tonight and ready for OCing, Im hoping for some temp improvements here.

So adding:
- 2x120mm 133CFM case fans, 1 intake, 1 exhaust
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post #5669 of 12349
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Deep breath,



I think it would be a nice upgrade.
Your x2 hsf would fit the x4.
retail box x4 will come with a new hsf.use which ever is bigger
If you wanted to save a few bucks you could get an oem, no hsf cpu only(if you can find one).

Good luck

Just upgraded(?) to a Phenom x 4 9650 retail. The stock cooler that came with it was smaller than the 6400 sink. I decided to use the x2 sink. That stock x2 cooler is actually a nice one for being stock.
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Just upgraded(?) to a Phenom x 4 9650 retail. The stock cooler that came with it was smaller than the 6400 sink. I decided to use the x2 sink. That stock x2 cooler is actually a nice one for being stock.
Congrats.
Let us know what kind of improvements you get.

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