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  • G.Skill Ripjaws X is causing infinite boot loop

    CPU: i5-4690k
    GPU: GTX 1070
    Ram: G.Skills Ripjaws X DDR3a1600 CL10-10-10-30 PC3-12800 8Gx2 Intel XMP Ready
    Cooler: Evo 212
    PSU: Corsair CX750M
    MOBO: MSI Krait Editon SLI (White and Black)

    Want this to be simple.

    Bought parts last year December and made PC. No issues until June where GPU got fried. It was a GTX 1070 from EVGA. RMA was opened and I got a new one and it works fine. Today, I was annoyed by the fact my cooler was not installed properly after trying to remove it a month ago. So I reinstalled the cooler properly using videos and manuals and was happy. Boot up my computer and infinite boot loop. I knew instantly it was the ram because this has happened before. How was it fixed before? Well I just switched the locations of the ram sticks and it worked in the first two slots. Now I tried every combination possible with two sticks, plus I tried using one stick in all slots and still invite boot loop. I also tried the other stick. Now I thought it was the GPU since my last GPU got fried. So I removed it and than tried rebooting the PC with the ram sticks, still infinite boot loop. Now I know 100% it's the ram sticks. I also tried removing the CMOS battery and putting it back in, not work either. So what should I do? Buy new ram sticks? By the way, I don't know if these are bent, but can it also cause the issue?Help

  • #2
    Yes, bent pins in the socket can lead to memory slots or entire memory channels becoming unusable.
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    • #3
      The CPU pins need to be absolutely flawless, and I see more imperfections than the ones you pointed out, so most likely that is the issue.