Here is something for the records: recently I had a hard time when building a new system with the following parts: - Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD4 - Kingston 2 x 2GB - Intel® Core™ i5-760 - be quiet! Pure Power L7 530W
Whatever combination I tried, I got always the beep code indicating Power error (Continuous short beeps). After exchanging every single part I found out, that the DRAM was the culprit.
Emitting the beep code for Power error in case of some broken DRAM might be ok but it is certainly wrong if the power is ok and no DRAM is inserted at all.
So if you get the beep code for Power error you have to check ALL components in your system and not just the power.
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Yes, it's true. Continuous short beeps can mean a problem with RAM. I've seen others discover this. When Gigabyte says power error they do not mean (only) Power Supply.
generally beep codes i find are just crap - if its beeping the rig has issues, you just have to figure what it is exactly
There is a beep code site that might help with your issue m'friend.