Hey guys. So, I got this problem moments ago.
A couple of days ago, I "overclocked" my RAM so it runs at what it was supposed to in factory. Yesterday, I installed my CPU fan which is working well. So, today, I was some pics on my PC and then, suddenly, my mobo speaker started to beep. So, I freaked out and rebooted to my Bios and loaded Fail-Safe defaults. Rebooted. All went good. All fans were running, CPU and GPU temp were A-OK. So, I rebooted again to set my settings back to what they were. Re-overclocked to factory settings my RAM, set my mobo to warn me if there's a fan fail
, set CPU features, etc. Saved and rebooted. Started Firefox and went to Youtube. It started to beep again.
So, yeah, I went back and SURPRISE! Glitched POST image from Gigabyte and text and BIOS was garbled!! I was able to load Fail-Safe again and rebooted. Upon rebooting there were no garbled lines anymore.
Something's wrong... help?
So, I stopped my PC and opened it to move a small plastic thingy (attached to CPU cooler) from touching the RAM and then it teared and read "Warranty Void If Removed". F*. Also, just changed a setting in BIOS where "Warn when fan fail". So, if it beeps again... that's gonna be it.