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One Long, 3 short beeps. (help needed)

Been having intermittent issues with the PC turning on fans spinning and keyboard lighting up but no display. Motherboard sounds 1 long beep with 3 short ones. Think my bios is an AMI one and im unsure if this points to a RAM issue? This is completely random can be fine for days and a restart or a shut down causes it when i next boot up. I've swapped out this list of parts and im still getting this issue. I do have XMP enabled in my bios and I'm unsure if its linked to that as I was running into issues with the ram not been the correct speed.

 

I have ran memtest and it comes back all clear.

 

GPU

Mobo

PSU

Various display port cables

 

Have checked and triple checked everything is plugged in correctly. 

 

 

Current PC specs:

 

Gigabyte B550I Motherboard

Corsair Vengeance RGB pro 3200mhz

Ryzen 5 3600

AMD 5700XT Gigabyte OC

Corsair SFX 750 Platinum psu

 

 

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Yes, AMI bios, beep code indicates memory error, good job there.
Try turning off xmp for now. Is your bios up to date?
 

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All drivers and bios are all up to date. I’ve disabled XMP for the time been. Only issue with that is after I disable it my ram clocks to 2133mhz instead of the 3200mhz

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1 hour ago, ozzpala said:

All drivers and bios are all up to date. I’ve disabled XMP for the time been. Only issue with that is after I disable it my ram clocks to 2133mhz instead of the 3200mhz

Try a lower speed like 2933mhz and test the stability. That should give you some performance increase but help with stability.

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