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It seems RAM issue since DPMS stands for Display Power Management Signaling.
The first thing you should try is resetting the bios to the default settings. There is usually a jumper on the motherboard for this, but refer to your manual (available from the Gigabyte website) for details.
Secondly, try removing/rearranging the memory modules. You may find that one stick or one slot has gone bad.
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