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Old December 5, 2012, 09:59 PM
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I did a quick Google and it seem that this problem is not limited to your particular mix of hardware. Try the usual troubleshooting steps:

1. Make sure your RAM are seated properly.
2. Clear BIOS and make sure RAM speed and voltage are set correctly. Try manual voltage if you have to.
3. Try testing 1 stick of RAM at a time. If that fails, restart 1 stick test in a different slot.
4. Some suggest swapping GPU.
5. Some report trying a different PSU. Did you plug in the wrong power plug for the motherboard?
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