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Old May 26, 2016, 11:56 AM
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Originally Posted by AkG View Post
clear the bios back to stock settings. probably a ram timing (or voltage setting) that is causing the problem (when changing ram always go back to stock first... it can solve issues before they become issues) . If that doesnt work... yes. Flash the BIOS to latest and greatest. If that does not work. Pull the CPU and look for bent pins.

Good luck!
I just flashed the bios using the latest non beta version F20. That didn't solve my issue. I just checked my cpu and socket and there are no bent pins. I don't have the original ram, but I know they were 1866 compared to my now 2666 sticks. I have no idea what to do from here.
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