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Well this has been a great couple of days. Yesterday I got home from work and monitors were off as they usually are, so I tried to wake with no result. So I turned off my computer and when I went to restart all the lights and fans turn on but no bios!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So I tried every stick of ram and nothing. So I removed one gtx 570 to leave just one and nothing. So I unplugged everything and nothing. So I replaced the battery on my G1 Assassin and nothing. ( Oh all this stuff in about 32 days old too) So i called Gigabyte and they said that it could be the mobo or the cpu. So I called Intel and the lady said that my 1.65v ram freid my cpu and to send into get another one. The ram I have is Crucials 4gb 2000mhx 1.65v ram. So I dont know what to do. I'm going to send my cpu to Intel to get another one just in case. But I dont know about the mobo.

Any advice would be helpful as I'm pulling my hair out cause my expenve brand new syatem is nothing but a paper weight at this point.

Oh I was using Easy Tune6 to oc to 4.3 but I put back to default and nothing else was oc'd. I am also water cooling the cpu.

Please help with some advice.
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post #2 of 16
Hard to say. Usually, if the computer does not boot with a new build, the mobo is shorting out, due to improperly being seated on the standoffs. Did you use the standoffs that keep the mobo from touching the computer case?
 
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post #3 of 16
Did you try swapping out the gpu that is connected to the monitor, or try it in a different pci-e slot? Could be you just aren't getting any display.
1.65 vdimm isn't going to hurt the cpu, did you use XMP & if so, what did it set the VTT voltage to? XMP is notorious for setting the VTT voltage higher than necessary & that can be bad.
    
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post #4 of 16
i doubt is the cpu. take your cpu and board to your closeist friend to test things up.
post #5 of 16
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Thanks for the replies. I tried to use different gpus in different pci-e slots, plus I'm getting no beep from the restart from the case speaker. The only thing on my Cooler Master HAF x is the Adapter plate from the cpu water block on the back side of the case is touch another part of the case.

I dont know anyone else in Vegas to try and test out my equipment with.
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post #6 of 16
silly question, but you tried reset your cmos right? From what ive read, it sounds like your motherboard may have died. I would dissasemble everything, and just try the basics. motherboard, cpu, psu, 1 stick of ram, 1 vga. See if that boots. If after trial and error you still cannot boot. Contact gigabyte and ask for an rma. It is highly unlikely that your cpu died, but very likely that it is in fact the motherboard.

Also, if you have a spare psu try that as well. Also, you can check the cpu itself to make sure it is seated properly in the socket. Check for bent pins in the socket. etc.

but ultimately, if you can not get it to post, rma the motherboard.
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yeah I tried the basic with the tech support of Gigiabyte. So do you think i should rma the mobo and not the cpu.
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yeah I tried the basic with the tech support of Gigiabyte. So do you think i should rma the mobo and not the cpu.
yes i do. That cpu was meant to run ram at voltages of 1.65 so it is unlikely thats what happened. Cpu's can take some abuse, thats for sure.

I would rma the board. If you want, you could rma the cpu too, but Im pretty sure its the board.
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Yeah I think that I'm going to rma the board, there are acouple of pins that are bent but that should not affect the rma right? I already got a rma number from Intel but I'm going to hold off from sending the cpu.
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Yeah I think that I'm going to rma the board, there are acouple of pins that are bent but that should not affect the rma right? I already got a rma number from Intel but I'm going to hold off from sending the cpu.
a couple pins in the socket you mean? That might effect the rma. I know if there is bent pins in the socket they might say that you caused damage to the board and try to deny you the rma.

did the board have bent pins when you first got it?
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