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Hi there,

I just got the B3 revision P8P67 DELUXE from Newegg after RMAing my previous board. I connected everything and turned it on, and got the error code 58 which means "CPU self test failed or possible CPU cache error."

I tried reseating the CPU, removing my cooler and trying again, reseating again...all to no avail. I've disconnected everything and cleared the CMOS, with the same results.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
    
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Have you tried moving around the ram into different slots?

The B3 board comes default with 1305 bios but it may still be a bit RAM glitchy.
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post #3 of 9
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Robilar;12874134 
Have you tried moving around the ram into different slots?

The B3 board comes default with 1305 bios but it may still be a bit RAM glitchy.

I moved both sticks to A1 & B1 from A2 & B2 (where they were first) and back, and switched them in and out. Also, I realize that my memory is not on ASUS's qualified vendors list (this specific model), but it was working absolutely fine in my B2.
Edited by BackerU - 3/25/11 at 10:07pm
    
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post #4 of 9
Stupid question, but did you plug in the ATX12v 8 pin connector?
(you won't believe how many people forget that).

If the board still doesn't work, make sure the heatsink and fan are not screwed down too tightly (especially if it's a bolt through mechanism like on the venemous-X or megahalems. Otherwise, you need to RMA the board. Sorry about that...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Falkentyne;12874331 
Stupid question, but did you plug in the ATX12v 8 pin connector?
(you won't believe how many people forget that).

If the board still doesn't work, make sure the heatsink and fan are not screwed down too tightly (especially if it's a bolt through mechanism like on the venemous-X or megahalems. Otherwise, you need to RMA the board. Sorry about that...

<--- Guilty.

Was ridiculously PO'd about it and then took a breather. Came back and was quite angry at myself.

The little things can get you, check the cables.
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post #6 of 9
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Yes, and I even went as far as to unplug everything and reset the CMOS. Both power connectors are securely fastened.
    
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post #7 of 9
Board is dead, then. RMA it.
Might as well check to see if any of the pins in the cpu socket are bent. Problem is probably a blown out mosfet, solder joint, trace or resistor somewhere...completely unfixable without having very expensive equipment to know what each part is designed to do (and if you have that type of knowledge, get off your butt and go apply for a job at a manufacturer...)
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Falkentyne;12874641 
Board is dead, then. RMA it.
Might as well check to see if any of the pins in the cpu socket are bent. Problem is probably a blown out mosfet, solder joint, trace or resistor somewhere...completely unfixable without having very expensive equipment to know what each part is designed to do (and if you have that type of knowledge, get off your butt and go apply for a job at a manufacturer...)

It actually does appear as if a pin was bent! I suppose an RMA is in order, then. Thank you for your help.
    
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post #9 of 9
Ok no problem. +rep me if it helped smile.gif

It's possible that you may have bent a pin when installing it, although it's Very unlikely that only one pin would be bent by a bad installation; usually that bends a big row or region of them.

A single bent pin is always an alignment problem at the factory, unless something happens to get snagged to it when the socket is open. Just a few micrometers off center could cause the pin to miss the hole and there you go...

*Edit*:
BTW, there *IS* a way to mimimize the likelihood that a badly molded pin might not align self with the cpu socket, and get the pin to go in correctly anyway.
First, obviously inspect the board before first (or any future) CPU installs. Then, when you insert the CPU, very lightly insert it and make sure sure the tabs go into place in the notches to the side (otherwise known as the keyed notch).

Now comes the critical part. And on boards that do not have obvious bent pins (some come bent before you have even done anything), this will prevent any pins from bending.

Make sure that the CPU is actually "recessed" fully in, and not partially sticking out in a weird way. You can safely find out how it should be, by removing the CPU and reinserting it, and watching to make sure the CPU actually goes into the slot properly, instead of looking like it is sitting "halfway" above it. Once it seems like it is "fully" notched into the recess, then check the four corners and give the cpu a VERY light, slight "nudge". The cpu SHOULD NOT move. if you've built a system before, you will know exactly what to expect here. Basically, the CPU should feel almost as if it "Dropped" a few millimeters down, evenly at all sides, at once (sort of like a miniature snap in, but without any real presure applied. Once you see that the CPU is recessed in the socket, THEN you can lower the lever and retaining bracket down to firmly push it down and secure it mechanically.

Taking the time to do this very final step, and to be OCD about it, will save you a lot of grief.

On my second CPU install, I was very meticulous and I noticed when I put the CPU into the socket, that it wasn't "fully" in like it was supposed to be, despite the notches lining up. A simple removal and a "flat, direct reinsertion" and very tiny nudging, made the CPU "drop" into place, then I knew fully it was good to go.
Edited by Falkentyne - 3/25/11 at 11:58pm
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