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post #3472 of (permalink) Old 03-02-2019, 07:43 PM
BramSLI1
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I haven't been here in a while, but I wanted to see if anyone could help me with this. I water cooled my X370 K7 about a month ago with EK's monoblock and everything has been fine. Suddenly, I was watching Star Trek Discovery tonight and my computer suddenly shut down. I tried to restart it after checking for leaks. There were none, and the computer wouldn't start. I now get an error code of 46 and there's nothing on Gigabyte's site or the manual about that error code. When it tries to post, it looks like it tries to go the RAM, but it stops and goes into a boot loop. Does anyone here have any clue what this could be? I'd hate to have to replace the board as I just finally have my system how I've wanted it.

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