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    Gigabyte rig 5 short beeps

    Thank you for the reply. I managed to fix the issue by reseating the CPU. Strange though. I was in doubt that this could be the problem because the PC booted fine only with IGPU.
  2. Hi everyone. I have built my rig around a Gigabyte H370M DS3H, with an i7 8700K and 16GB of DDR4 RAM Corsair Vengeance LPX 2400MHz (dual channel kit). Intel 5 series 512GB M.2 SSD and a Kingston 240 GB SATA SSD. In the last 3 months I changed 4 times my GPU. Before people start to ask why AMD graphics: I need it because I'm also running Hackintosh. 1 GPU: Sapphire NITRO+ RADEON RX 580 on main PCIE slot it would boot but I would get a very laggy BIOS and in Windows it would crash when installing the drivers; second PCIE slot it worked flawless but limited to 4x; 2 GPU: XFX RADEON RX 580 GTS XXX: no problem with PCIE slot but drivers were buggy; constant driver crashes; 3 GPU: KFA2(Galax in N.America) GeForce GTX 1070 Ti EX-SNPR WHITE no problems what so ever - worked like charm; needed to replace it because Apple - nVidia feud over Mohave drivers 4 GPU: Sapphire NITRO+ RX Vega 64: PC would boot 90% of the times: MEMTest - no memory errors; when restarting I get 5 short beeps and no image (according to Gigabyte manual error is for bad CPU); but after a few CTRL+ALT+DEL or Power Off-On cycles, it POST's normally and boots in Windows; sometimes (1-2% of times) it's very laggy when it boots in WIndows; swapped PSU from a Zalman 700W to a Segotep GP900G 800W; I've reset the BIOS n-times, flashed all available BIOS versions, set-unset CSR, swapped PSU for a better one etc. but the 5 short beeps are still there. I am starting to suspect the main board might be faulty. I'dd appreciate some help! Thank you
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