Hi , im having issues posting after building this new system with old pc hardware. I upgraded from a gigabyte g1 sniper m5, 8gbx2 hyperX Ddr3 RAM and i7 4770k. I had no issues before until I replaced the 3 components for these. The cpu should be a used working part and so is the RAM. The motherboard is new in box.
Hi im having a evga d6 error. Not sure whats causing it. Just built my pc. I really believe evga sold me a mobo that does not support 9th gen Intel cpus out of the factory considering they released this like in 2017 or 2018 and yet its 2021 now. I bought this on February 2021 I believe. What a pita. Gonna try and buy a 8th cheap cpu and try to see if I can get a post from pc I guess if nobody else has suggestions.
Read what I've done so far. Also Sajin commented down below processor failure. Pretty sure its not.
Someone that had this same issue and found out to fix it was to update bios.
Was hoping someone would help modify the bios to support extra features. Totally off topic:
Would be awesome to have llc calibration features and speedstep toggle and hpet toggle if that isn't there already.
I get 5 beeps and a d6 error code.
Intel core i7 9700k
EVGA Z370 MICRO
Gskill ddr4 3200mhz RAM
Seasonic platinum 860w
Nvidia gtx 1080 ti
Samsung 970 evo plus 512gb
Cooler Master cm storm quickfiretk
I tried taking off the 6 pin power to the motherboard that supplies video card extra power that only Evga has this type of feature. It didn't post regardless 6 pin power connector was in the mobo.
I tried to reset the mobo from reset switch inside
Tried bios switch from 2nd position to 1st position. No luck
Switched to different display port ports. No luck.
Tried 2nd pcie slot. Makes different noise but still d6 error code.
I'm also using dp cable to the video card. I do not have hdmi cable to test out. I've tried both ports on backside of video card. No luck.
Reseated CPU and RAM. Checked for bent pins or missing ones. No luck. Must really be a bios update I need from 8th gen cpu. Nothing else I can do.
Also I took out CMOS battery too.
If I have to take this apart and somehow grab a old 8th gen cpu from somewhere it'll be somewhat a pain to take out because of the cooler bracket interferes with taking out cpu but prefer not to do all that for nothing though. Im hoping this is a quick fix and just needs a bios flash to latest version hopefully...
Any help would be great thanks!