Maybe screw up in Cases and Power Supplies Posted June 20, 2015 It should have built in safeguards so it shouldn't happen, but there is always the possibility. Try plugging everything in correctly and see how it goes. And that's some prime ram you got the 2400KiloHertz, holy smokes :lol: :lol: Thats the problem these days....Back in the day, we were nervous wrecks, because there were never any safe guards and shit just broke. It's just frustrating as I don't have other parts to swap out and test by lettuce of elimination :lol: :lol: No dont do it because if you do they won't take a return if its dead, troubleshoot yourself and if it's dead return it and say it was dead on arrival. Yea this is why I have a PSU, a stick of DDR2, a stick of DDR3, a AMD and Nvidia GPU, that I Know for 100% sure they all work, just for the sake of troubleshooting. Exactly! Never sell old hardware! I still have a 8800GT that is hopeless in terms on any modern game what so ever, but it works perfectly, and is a great test GPU. Plus, it has sentimental value!