Question ASRock Z68 RAM slots problem?

Sxino

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I push the power on button; all fans turned on (including the radiator fans), but the pump don't started. MOBO led (Dr. Debug) shows "15" for 3 seconds, then the pump started and Dr. Debug shows "22" and everything turned off.
I can hear a LITTLE "pip" sound when it cut off the power.
Then, it goes in a loop.
I have tried every Ram individually in every slot showing the same results.

I got the curiosity of trying without ANY Ram and it also showed the SAME results.

What can be the issue? Is the RAM, PSU, MOBO?
 

Sxino

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Dr Debug code 22 is indeed memory related:

"Problem related to memory. Please re-install the CPU and memory then clear CMOS. If the problem still exists, please install only one memory module or try using other memory modules. "

I would also cover this guide: https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/perform-these-steps-before-posting-about-post-boot-no-video-problems.1285536/ pay close attention to the CPU socket and bent pins.
There is no way i get bent pins because last time i replaced thermal paste was 3 months ago and i am using it until now that shows the problem.

I was trying to highlight the delays from each code load, but i see you only refers to COMMON issues from users.

Thats why i also asked about PSU if there is a possibility of damage.

Thanks anyway
 
There is no way i get bent pins because last time i replaced thermal paste was 3 months ago and i am using it until now that shows the problem.

I was trying to highlight the delays from each code load, but i see you only refers to COMMON issues from users.

Thats why i also asked about PSU if there is a possibility of damage.

Thanks anyway
I was only covering the basics first as we have to, because the basics solve 99% of issues.
The Cooler Master GX are not top quality from my awareness, so there is every possibility. But there is no way to tell without testing.

The little pip sound I suspect is the normal relay switch. Is the sound a new symptom?

Is this a new build or an older build that has worked and now isn't?
 

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I was only covering the basics first as we have to, because the basics solve 99% of issues.
The Cooler Master GX are not top quality from my awareness, so there is every possibility. But there is no way to tell without testing.

The little pip sound I suspect is the normal relay switch. Is the sound a new symptom?

Is this a new build or an older build that has worked and now isn't?
I am working with it since 2011
 

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