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Thread: Upgraded to Gigabyte, need a solution

  1. #21
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    Jan 2010

    Default Re: Upgraded to Gigabyte, need a solution

    This may be a stupid question at this point but are you sure you don't have an over/under-volt or timming issue with your ram? Maybe the bios is setting when you power on. I had that same thing happen with DDR2 667 ram when I first setup my Gigabyte system, had to buy new ram to fix the problem.
    • GA-X58A-UD3P v2 FH1 bios
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  2. #22
    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Birmingham, AL

    Default Re: Upgraded to Gigabyte, need a solution

    QUOTE: "Your problem sounds more like the classic power supply failure...
    If you don't have a spare PS, then try the simple, safe, quick and easy paperclip test."

    QUOTE: "it cannot be a power supply failure...
    first off... it's not that old
    second... it works perfectly right before i put it in this system."

    I still think what I said before, but you said it wasn't possible.
    That may NOT be your problem, but all you had to do was the ten minute test to find out.

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