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Ok left it on over night was on in the morning got home from work and it won't turn on , the power button on the mobo lights up but when i do the paper clip on the 24 pin it doesn't turn on
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Ok left it on over night was on in the morning got home from work and it won't turn on , the power button on the mobo lights up but when i do the paper clip on the 24 pin it doesn't turn on
Sure points to either the PSU, mobo, GPU or maybe the processor itself.

Otherwise either plug in another PSU if you have a spare or if not unplug one power item at a time including the GPU if you have a card and see if that gets it going.
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Took it apart and my psu tester only lights up+5vsb
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Took it apart and my psu tester only lights up+5vsb
Sounds like you then need a PSU replacement my friend.

Do you still have remaining warranty time left, if so RMA it.
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As said above sounds to me like it is the psu that is at fault, if you can rma it or you will probably need a new psu I'm afraid
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Time to become a member of the Corsair PSU club?
You do know who makes corsair psu's right?


Yeah their rma didn't have my model so I had to send an email but I haven't had it even a year so idk there is a rattling noise coming from it also
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You do know who makes corsair psu's right?


Yeah their rma didn't have my model so I had to send an email but I haven't had it even a year so idk there is a rattling noise coming from it also
Surprised that your model number wasn't in their RMA URL - anyway you have a 5 year warranty on that PSU.

That rattling could have been the cause - maybe the fan went "wobbly crazy" and clipped a few electrical components inside or just stopped working and "maybe" overheated the PSU to death - who knows. But you should be covered anyway. I guess you have another computer as you're typing here.

This is the one you have right? : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...asonic%20X-750
Edited by nickt1862 - 7/21/11 at 5:45pm
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Surprised that your model number wasn't in their RMA URL - anyway you have a 5 year warranty on that PSU.

That rattling could have been the cause - maybe the fan went "wobbly crazy" and clipped a few electrical components inside or just stopped working and "maybe" overheated the PSU to death - who knows. But you should be covered anyway. I guess you have another computer as you're typing here.

This is the one you have right? : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...asonic%20X-750
yeah
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