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  1. UPDATE: RMA'd the RAM. The system works fine with the replacement RAM (exact same brand/kit).
  2. UPDATE: I tried updating the BIOS. This didn't help. I then removed the CPU and checked for bent pins/thermal compound on the socket - the CPU and socket both look OK. I've RMA'd the RAM, will update with results.
  3. UPDATE: I cleared the CMOS and the system booted with both sticks installed. I used it for a few hours. The next day it wouldn't boot again. Still not sure what's going on.
  4. It wasn't a great feeling when I saw the specs of the 3070, I won't lie! I plan to use the system for work related stuff (training neural networks with CUDA) and needed a decent GPU right away. I figured it was worth building the system now and using it for an extra month or two rather than waiting for the new generation. Fingers crossed I can get the system working soon, or I will truly feel like a fool.
  5. I built a PC last week and it worked fine to begin with, but then ran into trouble. Here's the spec: Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB kit (2x16GB) 2133MHz (13-15-15-28) AsRock B550 Phantom Gaming4/AC AMD Ryzen7 3700X SAMSUNG 1TB 970 EVO M.2 ASUS 2070 SUPER DUAL OC EVO 8G Corsair RM650 650 Watt 80+ Gold Fully Modular PSU Here's what happened: A couple of days after building the PC (and using it for an hour or so each day), it would no longer boot (DRAM and CPU red lights on MOBO). I originally thought it might be a problem with
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