02-11-2023 08:17 AM
02-11-2023 08:56 AM
I have recently built a new computer and after setting up have had some issues.
First off on start up it will make one long beep followed by three quick beeps and the reset light is flashing at 2 second intervals. The computers fine it starts up and runs with no issues however, the only real concerning bits that some of the ram isn't running at the speed it should.
Here is what it says in the bios-
DIMM_A1 G-Skill 16384MB 2666MHz
DIMM_A2 G-Skill 16384MB 2133MHz
DIMM_A3 G-Skill 16384MB 2666MHz
DIMM_A4 G-Skill 16384MB 2133MHz
As you can see all the ram sticks are the same, but two of them are running slower, we have tried switching the slots, but that tends to cause a ram error and the computer won't start up properly anymore.
Graphics card is a GeForce RTX 4080, CPU is Intel Core i9 13900K and motherboard is PRIME Z790-P WIFI D4.
Any ideas how I can fix this to get the RAM all moving at the same speed and the beeping errors to stop.
02-11-2023 02:45 PM
J Bish wrote:
Mismatched ram... Pull 2 sticks and try... Usually mismatched ram isnt a good practice.
02-11-2023 08:10 PM
02-12-2023 06:56 AM
When the beeps sound, is there any abnormality at the same time? For instance, can't boot or blue screen?
About beeps, please refer to [Motherboard] How to use buzzer to troubleshoot monitor display issues to confirm the number of beeps and the corresponding issues.
As your title mentioned about Q-LED, do you have any Q-LED lights up?
Please refer to [Motherboard] ASUS motherboard troubleshooting via Q-LED indicators.
In addition, may I askÃ‚*what brand and model you use for your memory? Is it on the Prime Z790-P WiFi D4 memory QVL list?
If not, it is recommended that you refer to the purchasing and installation guide and the memory on the memory QVL list to cross-test.
03-02-2023 04:02 PM
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