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Motherboards with AMD processors / Motherboard will not POST
« Last post by mmaffia1992 on Today at 02:59:03 pm »
Hi, I'm building a gaming PC and I'm having an issue with the motherboard POSTing. Any help would be appreciated.

Parts list:
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-AB350-GAMING
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 1700
GPU: GeForce GTX 1060
PSU: SeaSonic M12II 520 Bronze EVO Edition
RAM: 2 x 8GB CORSAIR Vengance DDR4
Heatsink: ZALMAN CNPS5X Performa

The  CPU debug light come on one of my mobos so I exchanged the CPU and that's not the issue.

I have tried a total of 3 motherboards now, in this order:
ASUS Prime X370-Pro
MSI B350 Tomahawk
Gigabyte GA-AB350 (current)

None of them posted. The MSI B350 had a debug light that said the issue was with the processor, so I exchanged the Ryzen with Newegg thinking it was the issue. I got the Gigabyte one yesterday, still nothing, debug light still on. That's when I got the Gigabyte mobo and still no dice.

The PSU has been tested with a hazard fraught meter and everything checks out. Since it's literally my third mobo, I doubt that's the issue. Same goes for the CPU. The literal only thing I haven't checked is the RAM and that's because I don't have any other spare DDR4 sticks lying around and I also don't have another computer that takes DDR4, so today I am going to buy some new RAM of a different type since Corsair isn't officially supported by the mobo.

I tried using one stick of RAM in every slot possible, so I guess it's possible the RAM is either incompatible or just bad, so that's my next step to try.
I have also been testing with a tried and true 100% verified working GPU as well.

Any help will be really appreciated. I feel like I've checked everything. I've gone through all of these online guides for when mobos don't POST and done everything. It's my first time working with a build this new, so maybe there's something I'm missing? Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
Considering I am using it, they must be?! ::)

Also, I noticed another thing. I rarely reboot, noticed that audio and video stuttering/crackling today.... Turned RGB off, and, yeah, back to normal.  :-\

Am regretting choosing Gigabyte over Asus this time :o ::)
X99 Motherboards / Re: Will this xeon work with this board?
« Last post by Gose on Today at 04:37:14 am »
What are some unlocked CHEAP Xeons for X99 boards? Im planning on doing a build.
same here works
however my 9590 was NO silicon lottery and it give up, so I put the x6 1055T@3653MHz bus 14X 261MHz and dram 870MHz.
so later I will try to get it to 3.9MHz
I have replaced the battery and cleared the cmos along the way, the problem seems to have been fixed.
sounds like a bios battery problem - removed that contact foil if any? all else return that mobo
My GA-AB350M-D3H motherboard clock seems to stop completely whenever i shutdown my computer. The clock is working when the computer is powered on (The system time in the bios is ticking correctly), but when the computer shuts down the clock seems to freeze at the time when the computer is shut down and does not tick even with psu power until the board is powered on again.
Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: GAB75M-D3V and DDR3 1600
« Last post by shadowsports on Yesterday at 01:54:35 pm »
Requirements for DDR 1600 support is stated, just like you mentioned.

3.Support for DDR3 2200(OC)/1600/1333/1066 MHz memory modules
* To support DDR3 1600 MHz, you must install an IntelĀ® 22nm (Ivy Bridge) CPU that supports DDR3 1600 MHz.

5.Support for Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) memory modules
 * To support XMP memory, you must install an IntelĀ® 22nm (Ivy Bridge) CPU that supports DDR3 1600 MHz.

What this is basically saying is the MCH in the CPU and BIOS programming does not support above 1333 reliably.

Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: Easy Tune on B250
« Last post by shadowsports on Yesterday at 01:33:15 pm »
Support for Easy Tune might be related to the CPU you are using.  If the CPU is not unlocked, the utility may not function properly or at all.  Other thing I have seen are conflicts when multiple BIOS profiles are used/saved.  Not sure if these apply in your situation, but it might explain why you are only able to make changes at a BIOS level and not in the utility.
Motherboards with AMD processors / Re: Gigabyte 990fxa-ud3 rev4.0 custom bios
« Last post by reeven on Yesterday at 11:40:58 am »
working just fine. With this mod bios for over 1 year, no problem at all.
Cpu overclock ok, ram overclock ok, zero freezes, locks, shutdowns etc.
I really like this.
I will remain on this ud3 and my ud5 till ryzen v2 appear.
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