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    Q-code 00 Maximus VI extreme board

    Hi,

    I'm receiving the Q-code 00 on my board, it does not post.
    does not even go trough the check lights for cpu, ram or anything just powers up and powers down then all the fans and led start turning on and off again.

    setup
    1X NZXT Hale82 Modular Netzteil - 850 Watt
    4x 4GB Corsair Dominator GT Series DDR3-2133, CL9
    2x Western Digital Green, SATA 6G 1TB
    1x Kingston HyperX 3K Series 2,5 SSD 240GB
    1x NZXT Phantom 630 Big-Tower
    1x ASUS GeForce GTX 770 Direct CU II D2CO
    1x Intel Core i7-4770K 3,5 Ghz
    1x ASUS Maximus VI EXTREME, Intel Z87
    EK watercooling on cpu,ram and vga

    I have tried so far
    remove all RAM and put one back in the black slot closest to cpu
    remove all harddrives and ssd's and put one hdd back in sata port 1
    switch between 8 and 4 pin cpu power
    check cpu pins, they where okay
    flash bios to newest version
    reset cmos
    cpu with stock cooler, 1 RAM, 1 HDD no vga

    and yet I still receive the 00 code

    any suggestions?
    Last edited by Viktorkeller; 08-01-2013 at 06:15 AM.

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    I had the exact same problem as you, but in my case it was the power cable from the PSU that was causing issues. Check that the mobo is drawing sufficient power. Also your performance RAM might stop the mobo from booting initially, do you have some regular (1333) RAM available to test, before setting the XMP profile for the higher speed memory?

    If not, you might want to look through my thread (almost the same title as yours too) for some useful tips from some of the regulars here.

    Good luck!
    echineko

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    found the problem, broken condensator and fried the cpu.
    yay RMA

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    Thanks for the update it helps us here on ROG compile a list of cause and effect to make fixes easier to bring about.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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    Get the PSU checked professionally as well if you have a burnt out capacitor.

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