[SOLVED] DRAM motherboard LED lights up constantly after taking computer to different location.

Jun 30, 2021
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Last thing I did was change the A-XMP profile to profile one which was for one of the Ram sticks I had in the board. It booted up perfectly fine. Shut it off.

Moved it into a basement(less humid and a bit colder) the next day, put the Wi-Fi antennae on and set up the computer there. I get a DRAM error and even switching ram doesn't fix it. Both run at 4000mhz which the motherboard can run.

Is there anything that I can do or do I need to have it seen by a specialist to find out the problem?
 

jay32267

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Last thing I did was change the A-XMP profile to profile one which was for one of the Ram sticks I had in the board. It booted up perfectly fine. Shut it off.

Moved it into a basement(less humid and a bit colder) the next day, put the Wi-Fi antennae on and set up the computer there. I get a DRAM error and even switching ram doesn't fix it. Both run at 4000mhz which the motherboard can run.

Is there anything that I can do or do I need to have it seen by a specialist to find out the problem?
I'd power down and reset the BIOS to get rid of the XMP profile in hopes I could get it to at least run.
System specs?
 
Jun 30, 2021
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I'd power down and reset the BIOS to get rid of the XMP profile in hopes I could get it to at least run.
System specs?
CPU: Ryzen 7 5800x
Motherboard: MSI MAG X570 Tomahawk Wi-Fi
Ram: Ballistix Max 16gb x 2 - BLM16G4018U4B.M8FB1 - 18-19-19-39 1.35V
GPU: Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 6700 XT
 

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