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What causes Evga X58 Error Codes E8 error? Log in / Username Password Verification Stay logged in Login Forgot Your Password? CM Cosmos II Ultra/ EVGA 750 G2/ Z87 Classy/ i7 4790K/ 8gb 2400mhz/GTX 1080 SC/ Upstar 28" 4K/ Windows 10 64 #12 Jump to: Jump to - - - - - And make sure you are using the right slots for your memory, I assume you know the right ones since you have used this board previously right? this contact form

http://newgskill.web-bi.net/bbs/view...d=g_ddr3&no=38 I will be attempting to try another stick of compatible RAM if I can obtain it. One of the other forums did recommend a BIOS update, but I am not sure how to do that without a display. Newegg GTX 1050 TI PPD - 172K PPD on 9658 WU GTX 1080 FTW - Black screen & fans spin up to 100% EVGA Thermal Mod Pad sizes and locations for Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Competitions Activity Stream Powermizer Manager Super Pi Mod 1.5 click resources

I'll also try the other PCI-E slot. FALC0NMay 21, 2010, 9:03 AM Alvin Smith said: nice GPU ! Pure Rock by Dan-H › Thermaltake Poseidon Z RGB keyboard by Jedson3614 › AMD Athlon X4 845 and Near-Silent 95W AMD Thermal Solution...

Than optimized defaults, save + exit, restart and it should work.. I too have a Classified board running 3 DIMM's flawlessly but when I tried out the new board I got the same thing. post edited by delta7 - 2014/03/26 08:51:04 System 1 I tried just occupying the Slot 2 (gray) and it wouldn't boot.

Please check the BloodRage memory compatibility list and send me a pm if your memory is not on the list and doesnt seem to work. Before you do, please search the foxconn section here on xs to see if anybody else has the same or a similar problem and post in that topic/thread. Found the link: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/259931-28-could-defective-memory-controller Last edited: Mar 16, 2010 jds29, Mar 16, 2010 jds29, Mar 16, 2010 #14 Mar 16, 2010 #15 sfsilicon Limp Gawd Messages: 506 Joined: Nov 1, If you haven't tried that try it out.

The default position for this jumper is 1-2, meaning the jumper should cover the left and middle pin. Load CMOS settings into BIOS stack. Have you cleared the cmos, and tried to boot with no RAM at all? After increasing the Vcore to 1.60V the board saw the 2nd stick.

sure! ... click site It initializes and configures the processor and runs bus training and adusting routines. no LED all fans spinning If the Board powers on with all fans spinning and all LEDs running but the DEBUG display doesnt display any POST codes and nothing else happens, Very disappointed in EVGA to say the least.

The BIOS before added support for 32nm desktop CPU's, which there's only one to choose from, so it may or may not have been included. weblink I have removed the videocard and replaced all of the memory. Other video cards i tried are gts 250 and 9800gt. First Boot, Nothing Happens....

so i just unpluged everything so its just the mobo and cooler with power (no usb or satas and just one stick mem) i turn it on and mobo starts up It has happened before. As for 62 itself Quote: 62 - Test video memory, write sign-on message to screen. navigate here Under computer -> properties, windows lists 6 gigs (3.99 usable).

XMP: … f6 f3 f3,f6 f6,f3 F3,F6 "I receive the code cycle F3,F6 on my motherboard" "x58 post error code" "f3 and f6" 58659 post code cycle: I get an error Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 12-22-2008, 03:06 PM #2 Wrench97 Team Manager, GamingTeam Manager, Microsoft SupportTeam Manager, Hardware TeamMicrosoft MVP Join Date: May 2008 Location: S.E. Shut down If the board shuts down after a second and the Debug LEDs flash for a fraction of a second, the PWM cant get enough juice 7F OC Recovery b0

I think!I'm calling it a night...

It wouldnt be the first time newegg sent the same item you sent them back to you for RMA. Recently Visited. It still settles on 7F, and there's no display output on either DVI port. lol Reply With Quote 05-11-2010,03:23 AM #10 Sarker View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Apr 2010 Posts 19 Tournaments Joined 0 Tournaments Won 0 AWARD BIOS POST code

you may simply have a defective PSU (new or not). It did say at start up that the CPU had bean changed and to set it up in cmos I have never seen that before is that normal how do I There are three remaining possibilities as I see it: 1) The power supply is malfunctioning and not delivering enough power to the video card2) the video card is a dud and his comment is here I'm continuing this thread in case there's someone else with a similar issue looking for reference.

Moved the RAM into a different slot/tried different ram: same codes, no beep, no video Tried removing Keyboard & Harddrive: same coes, no beep, no video. The original Cooler Master PSU was a dud and I was getting the runaround from them on RMA. I just checked to see if there are any bent pins on cpu couldnt find any and tried all other mem slots with one stick. If you cant see this message cause your Display stays black, please check the description for POST Code 2b. 00 Your in the BIOS right now, if you cant see the

tortnotesMay 21, 2010, 10:09 AM Okay... Hope you get it figured out! CM Cosmos II Ultra/ EVGA 750 G2/ Z87 Classy/ i7 4790K/ 8gb 2400mhz/GTX 1080 SC/ Upstar 28" 4K/ Windows 10 64 #4 kckinwa Superclocked Member Total Posts : 124 Reward points Someone will hopefully fix that soonish.

Pennsylvania Posts: 52,635 OS: Win7 The board is new and I haven't seen one yet but does it have jumpers like for the CMOS clear? Yay! Turn the Monitor on and off, switch the Monitor cable from one D-SUB or DVI plug to the other in case your Videocard has two. RickyJ, Mar 15, 2010 RickyJ, Mar 15, 2010 #11 Mar 15, 2010 #12 sfsilicon Limp Gawd Messages: 506 Joined: Nov 1, 2005 I have the MSI X58 Pro-E and a i7

Possibly bad power supply? We swapped processors, my system still had the same problem, his system ran like a champ. I've built many i7 systems on this EVGA board and also the Asus P6T Deluxe V2, and I like the EVGA way better. EDIT: Got the problem solved, cleared cmos and memory reseated Edited by DNytAftr - 6/22/10 at 2:56pm Mini-Box (18 items) Black and blue all over (15 items)

It seems it won't recognize more then 1 DIMM and it won't boot up when 3 modules are installed and it stalls at post code 68. But now the PC doesn't boot anylonger. And at the request of EVGA tech support I attempted moving 1 stick between all the module slots and still the same response. Then I wiggled the integrated power button around to make sure it wasn't causing any problems...

Lemme retype this. http://www.newegg.com/Product/ShowIm...d%20-%20Retail That is a picture of the board. 12-22-2008, 04:21 PM #7 Wrench97 Team Manager, GamingTeam Manager, Microsoft SupportTeam Manager, Hardware TeamMicrosoft MVP Join Date: May 2008 Maybe there is something in there.