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Thread: New Build Problem

  1. #11
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Birmingham,Great Britain

    Default Re: New Build Problem

    have you enabled xmp memory profile for your ram? it will set the right speed/timings/voltages for you

    be sure to flash to latest motherboard bios aswell
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  2. #12
    Join Date
    Dec 2009

    Default Re: New Build Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by FLASHHARRY View Post
    My problem is, when i start my system up it is very unstable it flashes on and off i go to sign in and it takes a few times off going back to sign in. Then it calms down untill about 5 mins later then the screen goes black, but screen is still on and not shut down so i have to hit reset button and come back in, the other strange thing is it stays on sometimes like now.
    When you said it flashes on and off, does the screen turns on/off, or does it reboot? If it reboots, there is some thing seriously wrong with your system. If the system only turns the screen on and off, then it's probably your video. Check the video cable to make sure the connection is secure. Try wiggling the video card to see if you get the same effect. If it does, then you may need to replace your video card.</snip>

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