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Thread: New GA-EX58-EXTREME wont boot




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    Default New GA-EX58-EXTREME wont boot

    I have just got all my parts,
    GPU: Gigabyte GTX 295
    MEMORY: G.Skill 6gb trident 2000mhz
    POWER SUPPLY: Zalman 1000w
    CPU: Intel i7 920
    Mother Board: GA-EX58-EXTREME

    i have built the pc, connect everything, and the MB keep showng the following error code number: 88

    - Tried RESET CMOS
    - Tried Change memory slots / use olny 1 slot
    - Tried Anither VGA card.

    Nothing changes, all i get is the number 88, searched the manual and there isnt such code.

    What to do ?

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    Default Re: New GA-EX58-EXTREME wont boot

    I have the same problem. My system is brand new:

    ga-ex58 extreme
    Intel core i7 975G
    Antec Quattro TPQ 1000 Watt ATX PSU
    OCZ Reaper 6GB 2x3GB DDR3 2000 MHZ Ram
    Gigabyte Geforce GTX295
    WD Velociraptor 300GB 10000 RPM Hard Drive
    WD 1TB Caviar Green 7200 RPM Hard Drive
    2x Thermaltake Cyclo HDD Fan coolers
    Creative X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Champion Sound Card

    when i turn it on the only thing that happens is the blue LED power switch on the mobo lights up as well as 1 green LED and 1 orange LED next to my ram.

    Also, none of my fans turn on.

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    Default Re: New GA-EX58-EXTREME wont boot

    guys, make sure rams are seated in the white slots

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    Default Re: New GA-EX58-EXTREME wont boot

    The ram is in the right slot. I think the problem is that the motherboard can only have 1.5v ram, but i have 1.65v ram :(

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    Default Re: New GA-EX58-EXTREME wont boot

    Quote Originally Posted by Adversary View Post
    The ram is in the right slot. I think the problem is that the motherboard can only have 1.5v ram, but i have 1.65v ram :(
    it should boot first @ 1066 1.50v ram, try to clear CMOS

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