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post #1041 of 3000
I think i'm going to accept an RMA as soon as i'm offered one.
post #1042 of 3000
I will probably go back to MicroCenter to swap mine out... it is a long drive but it's better than waiting for weeks if I go through ASUS.
post #1043 of 3000
At least your computers work, mine just freezes trying to boot to windows for the first time. Can someone tell me what to do like I'm building a computer for the first time please. Like tell me what slots for the ram and all that basic stuff. Once again after getting new ram, new mobo and PSU I still have the same issue. So frustrated right now!
post #1044 of 3000
Is the ram_ok light on or flashing? I couldn't boot either until i learned what that means.

Also, your RAM should be in the 2nd and 4th slots from the left.

If that still doesn't work, disconnect all the hard drives and just use 1 stick of RAM and see if you can get any results.
post #1045 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Boyboyd View Post
Is the ram_ok light on or flashing? I couldn't boot either until i learned what that means.

Also, your RAM should be in the 2nd and 4th slots from the left.

If that still doesn't work, disconnect all the hard drives and just use 1 stick of RAM and see if you can get any results.
The ram ok light flashes twice on start up of computer. The ram is in the grey slots. I just tried installing windows with one stick of ram and nothing. I am getting extremely fed up with this p67.
post #1046 of 3000
Quick question fellas, what are you guys using to monitor your CPU's temps?

I tried RealTemp, but it gave me completely different numbers than the ones I was seeing in UEFI.
post #1047 of 3000
Try the other stick...if it doesn't work either...it isn't the RAM (very unlikely to get 2 bad sticks in one pack). Then you have to start checking all your connections, etc... could be anything at this time...you might have to reseat your CPU.

Likely your RAM speed is causing the issue...anyway to get into BIOS to try it at a lower speed?
post #1048 of 3000
Real temp shows the cores temp and UEFI shows the CPU temp.

I use real temp to monitor.
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post #1049 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Silver_WRX02 View Post
Real temp shows the cores temp and UEFI shows the CPU temp.

I use real temp to monitor.
So the numbers RealTemp was giving me were real? (high 30s @ Idle).

UEFI gives me ~45c.
post #1050 of 3000
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Try the other stick...if it doesn't work either...it isn't the RAM (very unlikely to get 2 bad sticks in one pack). Then you have to start checking all your connections, etc... could be anything at this time...you might have to reseat your CPU.

Likely your RAM speed is causing the issue...anyway to get into BIOS to try it at a lower speed?
All my connections are fine my ram speed is at 1600mhz in the bios. So that shouldn't be the issue. This is seriously Deja vu from one week ago. Before I got the new ram, mobo and PSU. I'm feed up with this p67 crap. I'll try the other stick I just turned down my ram to 800mhz the lowest in the bios.

Edit: I guess I can try reseating the CPU but this is the exact problem I had last week before I returned a bunch of parts. Could it be my video card? I don't see any artifacting at all, the colors look great. I'm so feed up I would almost pay someone to get this computer running.
Edited by RAFFY - 2/3/11 at 5:01pm
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