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Asus P7P55D EVO Help! CPU, memory, VGA LEDs!

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September 5, 2010 3:46:48 AM

I just can't do it, I tried to put together my computer and al I got was a bunch of LEDs going crazy on me! Here's what I have:

i7 860
radeon 5870
ocz 700w psu
500GB Hard Drive
Asus P7P55D EVO Motherboard
4GB 1600 ram

So here's the deal I've plugged in everything JUST like the manual's said, the video card is in the pcix16, the cpu in the slot with the triangle in the bottom left corner, the ram in a1 b1, and the power supply is connected to the cpu and the 5870, the hard drive and the dvd rw. So with everything hooked up all the LEDs in the title are lighting up and I simply have no clue what to do at this point!
September 18, 2010 4:48:31 PM

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I just can't do it, I tried to put together my computer and al I got was a bunch of LEDs going crazy on me! Here's what I have:

i7 860
radeon 5870
ocz 700w psu
500GB Hard Drive
Asus P7P55D EVO Motherboard
4GB 1600 ram

So here's the deal I've plugged in everything JUST like the manual's said, the video card is in the pcix16, the cpu in the slot with the triangle in the bottom left corner, the ram in a1 b1, and the power supply is connected to the cpu and the 5870, the hard drive and the dvd rw. So with everything hooked up all the LEDs in the title are lighting up and I simply have no clue what to do at this point!



isnt i7 860 only compatable with 1066/1333 isnt it looking at the specs on the intel website
http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=41316
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September 18, 2010 4:52:10 PM

Ram can be underclocked but is prudent to check in BIOS at this junction.
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September 18, 2010 5:16:35 PM

im in the process of slowly building my first comp and have got the p55d evo and i7 860 and slowly trying to choose which ram to buy as i have been reading up about all the problems people are having. i have just been on the crucial uk website and they have a tool on there where you input your motherboard and they take you straight to compatible memory dont know how reliable it is though
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