I've had alot of problems with my computer. (Mostly crashes through ANY 3d game.)
On of my friends came over, booted up my comp and said it doesn't post, but it DOES have a post screen.
This sent me wondering, why doesn't it post beep? I'm using the computer right now, and it's running fine, besides
the 3d games crashing with a horrible black screen and a looping music of death. Is the motherboard post beeps (the ones
not happening) maybe affecting that? Or is it what I thought it was and my GPU which I'm replacing soon.
Computer specs are as follows.
Amd Phenom II x3; Current driver
Nvidia (PNY) GTS 250 1gb; Beta Drivers 257.15
Gigabyte ma790x-ud4p; F9 Bios
A DVD Writer/750g @ 7200 RPM HDD;
Antec Truepower-750 750W (Or maybe a PSU problem???)
Problems like you describe are often caused by RAM issues. You could either have a bad stick(s) of RAM or not have the speed, timings, and voltage values set correctly in the BIOS. What exact RAM kit do you have?
About the ram I'm not exactly sure (I know it's some sort of Kingston stick.) And I can't find a link to LineX (I'm also not sure how to use SuperPI but from forums I figured you would want the certain time for 1min? Here's what I got for super PI,