Originally Posted by shelby081990
So I returned the mobo and got a replacement and I'm still having the same issue.
I don't know if this could be what's causing it, but is there a way I can update the bios even though the computer won't post?
Not to my knowledge, no. So we've ruled out the board then since it's been replaced. I believe I read earlier up in the thread that you tried different RAM, so that rules that out, all that's left is Trotter's earlier suggestion of the CPU being retarded.
I'll do some investigations and see if I can get any information regarding that particular model causing (any) issues. If we can isolate it to a particular batch or model, then you might be able to get the processor replaced or swapped for a model that won't cause the issue for you.
On a side note, is your display picture actually you? If so, you're really pretty
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This may or may not be relevant?
Might be an idea to investigate the cooling system and see if the cooler is properly seated and so on.
Annnd then there's this:
The RAM you tried, was it a different brand? Or solely a different frequency? If there are known issues with G.Skill RAM, then you might be able to get it swapped for another brand to see if that works. Others appear to have had success when trying this.