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Another option would be to plug your psu into another system to see if it boots up. Identical situation happened to my friend, and his mobo was fried. He salvaged his psu for his new build.
post #42 of 47
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Thanks for the suggestions guys. I'm gonna try booting with JUST the 24 pin connector in. the motherboard alone only needs about 35 watts so if it'll start up with that i would think its the psu since i know it'll come on with all the case fans and dvd drives plugged in (which also uses around 35 watts total). It may just not have enough for the cpu. If it wont boot then its most likely the mobo.

Edit: no go on the 24 pin by itself. Since i know the psu can maintain the power required by the mobo alone, i'm gonna gamble that it's the mobo thats bad.

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Edited by vtecjunkie81 - 7/20/11 at 1:34am
post #43 of 47
I was able to use my old Gigabyte P35-DS3L and it booted on first attempt so goodbye to my DFI. Too bad I don't trust this Gigabyte board because the northbridge is screwy so I'll have to get another board. Just have to run stock clocks for now...
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Well shows how much i know... Finally got access to another psu and it booted right up!

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Interesting. 2 different solutions for a very similar problem. I'm posting from the same PC with my P35-DS3L in the P35-T2RS' place. Since I don't trust it to overclock, I'm afraid I will have to go ahead and upgrade though. At least this solution buys me some time.
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Interesting. 2 different solutions for a very similar problem. I'm posting from the same PC with my P35-DS3L in the P35-T2RS' place. Since I don't trust it to overclock, I'm afraid I will have to go ahead and upgrade though. At least this solution buys me some time.
You fried your northbridge

Sorry I didn't respond to you earlier, I was helping that other guy with his problem and I gave him the standard troubleshooting power checklist on page 4

But yeah, your problem is a failed component somewhere on the board (Check for popped caps) or most likely the northbridge died, you were heavily overclocking the FSB and in this heat right now in canada/states I don't doubt that's what happened
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You fried your northbridge

Sorry I didn't respond to you earlier, I was helping that other guy with his problem and I gave him the standard troubleshooting power checklist on page 4

But yeah, your problem is a failed component somewhere on the board (Check for popped caps) or most likely the northbridge died, you were heavily overclocking the FSB and in this heat right now in canada/states I don't doubt that's what happened
My PC recently gave up again with the Gigabyte motherboard. I bought another PSU today and the same board booted right up. I was wrong. Time to go back to my DFI
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