1.536 may be correct. Often there is a small difference in the actual and what is listed in the general specs. It is just so close they round it off.
Checking the power supply is a good start. That it is functioning properly and that it is of decent quality and that it is adequate for the system.
Also check for BIOS updates and that the CPU is actually supported.
In the MIT section of the BIOS make sure the "performance enhance" option is set to "standard". It is usually set to "turbo" by default. Make sure the memory timings are correctly set. If not set them manually. You may need to set the timings to "manual" to see them, if they are correct set it back to auto, if not make the necessary changes and leave it on manual.
Ultimate Edition Linux
AMD FX 8350
Asus Sabertooth 990FX R2.0
24GB GSkill/Corsair 1866MHz
EVGA GTX 970 SSC/ GTX 650 (PhysX)
SSD - OCZ V4 128GB/Kingston 120GB
HDD - 3TB/2x 750GB/500GB
CM HAF 932 Red
CM Hyper 212 EVO w/2x 120mm Red
Logitech X540 5.1
2X Acer 23" LED - Surround: 3840x1080
Microsoft Sidewinder x4 KB
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