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    Debug code OC

    This is a brand new RIVE and when I try and turn it on it posts but after 14 it gets stuck on oc and the CPU led is on red. What does this mean and what do I do about it?

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    List your hardware for a start and we might be able to help you.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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    Two things.


    Ensure your PSU connectors are correctly fitted. Pay especial care to the 12V CPU connectors. It may just be that they are not correctly seated.

    Next, H100 users have reported similar behaviour if the fan headers for the cooler are not correctly mounted to the CPU fan header.
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    ill try reseating the cables, I'm plugging the fans straight into the motherboard because the H100 fan controller makes an annoying noise with my pwm fans

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    still nothing, do you know what that debug code means?

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    It's not a debug code, it signifies the step that POST is in, the code signifies it is stuck at the step designated 0C and is not progressing for some reason. FYI. The debug table says "Reserved for future AMI SEC error codes," I don't know what that means. Try reseating your RAM. Make sure it is fully inserted, at both ends. GL.
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    oh ok thanks ill give that a try as well

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    Still nothing, if it helps the poster says 14 before it gets stuck on 0c

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    You should check your CPU socket for bent pins. Use a stereo magnifier if you can, and plenty of light. when you have the light at the right angle, and your view at the right angle, a bent or broken pin will stick out like a rubber BB in a pkg. of metal BBs. But you have to have good enough eyesight to focus on these to see it. Once I bent a few pins on my RIVE, as I fat-fingered removing the CPU pin cover. But using the stereo magnifier and a tiny jewelers screwdriver I was able to bend them back proper, and it has worked for me fine for a year now. The pins are installed where they protrude two ways, look one way for each set. When the light shines off a set just right, any bent wrong in that set will look as if a light is off. GL.
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