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Sort of new build won't start up. CPU LED flashes. (Solved)


Best Answer Charles U Farlie , 19 August 2016 - 06:16 PM

Thank you both for your help. I got the new PSU and everything is working fine. Go to the full post »


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Just to check I am understanding.

Start CPU-Z

on the top menu, > click Memory tab.

Please post a screenshot.


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Just to check I am understanding.

Start CPU-Z

on the top menu, > click Memory tab.

Please post a screenshot.

I did that. That's where I got my info from. Is my mem not running at full speed?

 

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Edited by Charles U Farlie, 20 August 2016 - 10:46 PM.

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Your RAM is running at the correct speed. :thumbsup: 

CPU-Z reads the chips on one side of a memory stick, single Rank, 

You have Duel Rank memory, chips on both sides of the stick, so 802MHz x 2 = 1604MHz effective speed. 


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Thanks again for your help!!


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:thumbsup:   :rockon:


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