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DB1997

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About DB1997

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  • Birthday Aug 17, 1997

Profile Information

  • Location
    United States
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 3900X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS X570 TUF Gaming Plus Wifi
  • RAM
    TridentZ Neo 2x16GB 3600MHz
  • GPU
    RTX 2070 Super Gaming X Trio
  • Case
    Meshify S2
  • Storage
    3TB Seagate 7200RPM HDD and 512GB Sabrent Rocket NVME SSD
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750X
  • Display(s)
    Acer Predator XB271HU

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  1. No I never did do that, taking the computer in managed to save me from trying that.
  2. It had never quite run right since I built it back in October, it would sometimes get stuck on the DRAM portion of the boot. This advanced to DRAM or CPU error during boot and then finally in January after letting it sit for a month while I was away, came back and it was showing DRAM, CPU, VGA error. I RMA'd the RAM, then the motherboard twice, then the CPU finally. Issues persisted, updating the BIOS helped temporarily but then it wouldn't post at all. Finally took it in this past weekend because I was tired of messing with it. They tested each part, re-seated the CPU and found that there was
  3. ASUS X570 TUF Gaming Plus Wifi. Before I started having problems with my computer the ram ran at 3600 without a problem, so I was wondering what could have changed.
  4. Hello, I just got my computer fixed at a store because it wouldn't boot. Turned out it was a bad stick of ram so I am using the good stick of ram from the pair and running my desktop on it. The problem is however when I go into BIOS and everything is on auto it is running at 2133MHz which is normal I know. However when I go into the tweaker and enable DOCP and it detects and sets itself to 3600MHz which is the speed the ram is supposed to run at and I exit, it restarts until it boots in safe mode and I have to go back in and change it back to auto and 2133 speed. What could be causing this iss
  5. I don't have one sadly. I did watch the voltages when I started having this issue but the computer was running and it seemed like the voltages and power delivery were stable from what I could see on CPUID HWMonitor.
  6. Alright so yes I have the ram in slot 2, it won't boot with them in slot 2 and 4 at the same time. I have a corsair RM750X and no I have not tried to reload windows because I didn't want to lose the things I have saved on the boot drive if I can help it.
  7. Alright so with the dinky one plugged in it posts. I reset the BIOS to default, it rebooted and then rebooted again, then started automatic repair and said that the PC did not start correctly. It does this in a loop.
  8. Alright well I was swapping back to my main graphics card and it now shows a VGA error and won't post Idk whats going on. I'll try swapping back to the dinky one.
  9. It does say in BIOS that the selected frequency for RAM is 3600 but shows 2133MHz as what it is operating at. DOCP is enabled and everything else is Auto.
  10. I have cleared the CMOS and yes the BIOS is the latest date. I don't have a good history with ASUS haha.
  11. I actually was just able to using one stick of ram but it is unstable. It keeps randomly rebooting and if I let it go past the BIOS faze it says that the computer did not start properly and to restart. And that cycle just continues.
  12. Hello, I have an ASUS X570 TUF Gaming Motherboard with Wifi and I have been having a problem for a while now where it won't post. It hangs up on the boot showing a CPU or VGA error now and when I tried a different graphics card the errors persist. I noticed that my motherboard has the standard 24 pin and an additional 8 pin labeled EATX12V_1 and a 4 pin labeled EATX12V_2. I have cables to the 24 pin and 8 pin but not one to the 4 pin, this wouldn't cause a problem for the computer booting would it? I usually run a 2070 Super but tried an old GT710 and the outcome is the same. I have RMA'd the
  13. Great thanks, I see that you have a 3900X and TidentZ ram, have you had any problems with it not working? I have been having issues since I built mine and I have replaced the RAM, motherboard twice, and CPU but it won't boot now. I have a 3900X, 2070 Super Gaming X Trio, TridentZ Neo 2x16GB 3600MHz, and an X570 Tuf Gaming Wifi mobo.
  14. I am trying to troubleshoot why my PC won't post and I am thinking about trying a different graphics card. Will a graphics card with PCIE 2.0 work in my X570 which is PCIE 4.0? I know that boards are backwards compatible so 4.0 will work in a 3.0 but will be limited to the 3.0 bandwidth, but what about vice versa? Thanks.
  15. Why would it show RAM and CPU errors if it was GPU related? Just wondering.
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