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So recently I just Bought a new motherboard, case, cooler and some fans but here is all of the specs:

Cpu i5-6600k
Cooler Corsair h100i pro
Motherboard Asus h270f
Gpu msi 1080
Thermaltake tr2 600w
Ram skill rip jaw 2x8gb ddr4 2400
OS Windows 10


Now here is the problem. When I test booted I encountered a beep error. One long and two short. My findings online say it is a video error. The manual says it may be a Ram error. However I’ve tested removing the video card and the hard drives and I still get the same error. So is the motherboard bad? GPU was working earlier that day and so was ram and both were sitting in a anti static bag for the construction. I’m at a loss and wondering if I gotta figure out what to do with the motherboard. Any other information you need on specs or what I’ve done I’ll be happy to provide.
 

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My suggestion is continue using the on board video for testing, them remove all the RAM and see what beep codes you get. If you get the memory beep codes put 1 piece in at a time, try 1 slot at a time. If the same thing it wouldn't be a bad idea to get another stick of memory from another computer or something and try that.

But the motherboard does seem like a good possibility.
 
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