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does the M5A99FX pro R2.0 Support the Geforce 9800GT?

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January 10, 2014 12:26:14 PM

I just got my new AMD rig and am still waiting for my ASUS R9 280x to arrive
on the meantime I put my old graphics card on the 9800GT and the monitor keeps blinking
I connected everything as supposed to

any ideas

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a c 1483 V Motherboard
January 10, 2014 12:40:51 PM

What CPU using? Is the CPU fan spinning when starting the board? Are there leds that remain red on the motherboard (CPU, DRAM, VGA)?
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a b V Motherboard
January 10, 2014 12:45:25 PM

What kind of power supply is in your new rig? Give us all the specs please.
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January 10, 2014 12:55:57 PM

alexoiu said:
What CPU using? Is the CPU fan spinning when starting the board? Are there leds that remain red on the motherboard (CPU, DRAM, VGA)?


I m using the FX 8350. the fan of the cpu is working fine
there is a red led tht remains red on the motherbord yes at the point of the motherboard where it says MEM OK!
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January 10, 2014 12:58:34 PM

littleleo said:
What kind of power supply is in your new rig? Give us all the specs please.


the PSU is the Corsair CX750
CPU FX8350
RAM: 2X 4GB Gskill 1600
GPU until the new one arrives Geforce 9800GT
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a c 1483 V Motherboard
January 10, 2014 12:59:39 PM

Try leaving single RAM module installed. Make sure that it's properly inserted.
What are the last separated 4 digits on a thin bar code sticker on the motherboard?
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January 10, 2014 1:05:02 PM

alexoiu said:
Try leaving single RAM module installed. Make sure that it's properly inserted.
What are the last separated 4 digits on a thin bar code sticker on the motherboard?


ok the last 4 digits are 2005 and i noticed the led that remains red is the cpu led
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a c 1483 V Motherboard
January 10, 2014 1:12:03 PM

The CPU is supported then. Is the 8 pin power plug connected to the motherboard? If yes, then I suggest taking the board outside the case, reseating the CPU (checking for bent pins also), installing the stock CPU fan and starting the board (put it on its box) with only CPU and CPU fan installed. See if still red CPU led.
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January 10, 2014 1:14:09 PM

alexoiu said:
The CPU is supported then. Is the 8 pin power plug connected to the motherboard? If yes, then I suggest taking the board outside the case, reseating the CPU (checking for bent pins also), installing the stock CPU fan and starting the board (put it on its box) with only CPU and CPU fan installed. See if still red CPU led.

ok I'll try this out thx for the advice

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a c 1483 V Motherboard
January 10, 2014 1:23:30 PM

You're welcome. Post back the result.
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January 12, 2014 4:58:50 AM

alexoiu said:
You're welcome. Post back the result.


ok sorry for the delay first of all
I took off the cpu heatsink along witht the cpu and i noticed there was some thermal pastre that was stuck on the site of
the cpu on the pins so i took a needle and slowly slowly i cleaned the pins
I then cleaned the cpu base and the heatsink base with pure alcohol. After that i added thermal paste in the dot fashioned way and now everything works marvelously!!!!!

Thank you very much for the help and the idications. I found them very helpful!! keeo up the good job!!
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a c 1483 V Motherboard
January 12, 2014 5:08:54 AM

Thank you for the follow-up. Good luck!
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