Swiftech Thick 240mm RAD w/ GentleTyphoon Fans
Swiftech Apogee HD on i5-2500k
Swiftech cuboid reservoir
Now looking at the list, I just realized everything except the Primochill tubing is Swiftech! Huh!
Quote:Originally Posted by itskerby There's a lot of contact made with ATX pins--they go pretty deep, I honestly doubt that's your issue.
Those pins are pretty far apart; you jumped it with the green wire and a nearby...
Quote:Originally Posted by vaporizer Hopefully you didn't fry the board. Where you wearing anti static? Lots of static in the winter. Do you have a voltage meter?
I was wearing anti-static, and I was also touching something...
Quote:Originally Posted by Crooksy As long as the metal is making contact, I wouldn't have thought that would be the cause of the issues. I would try disconnecting everything none essential to getting into BIOS. So HDDs, SSDs, non...
Quote:Originally Posted by Mr357 I would do this as a last resort, but testing everything dry would help. When was the last time your rig worked correctly?
It was working correctly before I installed the loop, while I had a Corsair...
I just tried to clear the CMOS by moving the CLRTC jumpers. Nothing changed.
To make it clear, the PC doesn't even "rev up", the DRAM light just turns on. Is it possible that by me jumping the psu with a paper clip something broke? :/
Both the 8-Pin and motherboard connectors are plugged in correctly, as well as the front panel headers.
I hardwired the fan to the PSU using a molex -> PWM connector, and jumped the mobo pins. The fans didn't spin, which leads me to...
I have two GentleTyphoon fans connected to CPU_FAN and CHA1_FAN.
I'll have to see if I have a spare mobo header speaker, but I'm not quite sure I do.. I'll tear down the rig and see if I can narrow down the problem that way.,
I just installed a watercooling loop inside my Corsair 600T. The specs go as follows:
Primochill Myriad D5 w/ Swiftech MCP655
Swiftech Apogee XT
Everything is installed as planned, nothing is touching...
Quote:Originally Posted by vpadro Why don't you get an old PCI-X SATA from ebay?
You can get them very cheap nowadays.
Plug a SATA CD/DVR-ROM Drive and configure it on BIOS to be a boot device.
Or just try to replace the DVD...