Intel Xeon E3-1230v3 Bx, LGA1150, ohne Kühler
ASRock H87 Pro4, Sockel 1150, ATX
16GB-Kit G.Skill PC3-10667U CL9-9-9-24
Samsung SSD 840 EVO Basic 120GB SATA 6Gb/s
1 x WD Caviar RED 2TB 6Gb's
Gigabyte Geforce GTX 660 2GB DDR5
Cooltek Antiphon Black, ohne Netzteil
LiteOn iHAS124-04 schwarz SATA
MS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit SB-Version Englisch
The person changed the Graphics card to i think 660 Gigabyte card.
Ok machine went together fine installed windows 7 and updated some drivers.
Now since they took it home the memory is playing up.( i think thats the issue)
They machine after taking it home turn on but straight off not getting to bios just fan spin then off.
So i took out one memory chip and booted fine. Reseated memory chip again and booted fine.
If has been on and off not booting.
So motherboard is Asrock H87 Pro4 Bios version is 1.90 which is most up to date I didnt update to this.
Memory Gskill F3-10600CL9D-16GBNT (which is not on the memory compatibility list)
We had memory in slot 1 and slot 3 then for some reason only showing 8gb.
Moved memory to slot 2 and 4 16gb showing.
Then machine went back to not booting.
I had the person running memtest with both sticks in for 20 hours and no errors.(this was when machine read all memory)
I checked the bios i remember for the timing at all looked fine on default detect but never saw the volts i dont think.
Any help and advice on this would be good.
Found this link on Gskill and H87 Pro 4 is on the list of motherboards
Set dram voltage for 1.550 to 1.500 as they are 1.5V
Got a start error
The following Channel memory did not pass cpu memory please remove the memory then plug again
with 4 beeps
We are going to reseat the graphic card now and see no onboard graphic(only with compatible processor.)
I suspect mother board what do you think?
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