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  1. Hello guys, So after a faulty Gpu and what i thought was a faulty motherboard, I RMA'd them both. So when i put to channels of ram in the recommended slot it crashes upon boot. Test each stick in every slot and they work fine and tested them both in different channels then it doesnt boot up perfect. I will be honest i bent a pin on my cpu and i kind of think that is the backlash of it. What do you guys think?
  2. Could a faulty psu cause the ram issue?
  3. I think its my cpu, when i first got it i dropped kt and 3 pins on the corner bent. I straightenend them back up and it fit perfect. I am getting both of the ram sticks tested monday so ill have final answers.
  4. Thanks for the information ill gove that a look shortly
  5. I've updated the bios to the latest from this month, I've taken cpu cooler off and placed it on top without tightening it up fully and still no change
  6. So just built my PC, I have 2x8gb of corsair Ram 2400mhz. When running the ram in #1 and #3 or #2 and #4 and any other combos, It will boot past the bios then becomes stuck on windows, the loader doesnt spin. I have tried one ram stick in all slots, works fine. Also did the same for the other does work fine. Mobo: Msi X370 Carbon edition.
  7. Thanks for the information, I think i will settle for the X370-PRO
  8. Is this the right one? << link here, Is this the one?
  9. Could you provide me a link, What's the price on that?
  10. From United Kingdom, Glad you pointed that out, How come you suggest to avoid?
  11. I need some suggestion on a board for my Ryzen 1800x! I did have the Asus Rog Strix B350-f but due to a bios issue the company i got it from refunded me, Hence why I'm here to get your opinions. I have been looking at: MSI AMD Ryzen AM4 X370 GAMING PLUS ATX Motherboard, However if you have a better suggestion please do let me know. My budget for the board is £150 (Around $200) Thanks, Kyle
  12. Thanks for the suggestions, Unfortunately on this build the manufacturer refunded me due to the bios not updated to the one i needed, The poor customer service from the seller made me get a refund rather than swap it.