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joshusn

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This is not my first build, by any means, to start this off. The specs of the build I have listed on my profile, however the important ones are here:

ASUS m4a77TD PRO mb
8gig (4X2g) kingston hyper x ddr3 1333 ram
AMD phenom II x4 955 BE
780W PSU

Now, the issue is: the computer, with any of the RAM sticks (done to test) in slot one will post just fine, however if I put in more than one of them, the computer will not POST. I get no video, HDD spins, and the fans start up and speed up then slow down and speed up and slow down repeatedly until I hard shut down, never making any progress. Like I said this is a new build I would like to use it to it's full potential but can't seem to. Any help advice or recommendations are greatly appreciated.

This is my first post, but I will continue to post for sure, if I can find help.

(my bad on multi post, net lagged)

Edited by joshusn, 16 December 2009 - 02:15 AM.

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Troy

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Hi and welcome, I closed the other threads.

If you are able to, try testing some completely different RAM in the slots, otherwise I would be looking at the motherboard.

Also what is the make/model of the PSU?

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