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I am currently in the process on troubleshooting my PC's No-Boot problems. I have a Corsair 750 TX Connected to an ASUS P8P67 PRO with an Intel i5-2500K. Based on the symptoms I am pretty sure it is the MOSFETs on the MoBo causing the problems and I am about to submit an RMA request. Another question for assurance came to me moments ago.

The MoBo will power up with the 24-pin ATX Cable attached, but will not power up with the 8-pin CPU cable attached. It will also power the SATA HDD's and the SDD, the two 6-pin cables powering my graphics card, and a Molex cable powering my fan controller. However, with the 8-pin CPU cable attached to the MoBo, nothing will power. The LED fans flicker for 1/10 of a second and immediately power off again. In another thread we are fairly confident that the MoBo is to blame, however I would just like to make sure that given all those details, that the Power Supply should be O.K ?

Thanks for your help guys!
     
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I just read your other thread. If there isn't an urgent need to put the order/rma in i would try out your friend's psu before potentially ordering the wrong replacement component. The last thing you want is two good motherboards and a busted psu. Its worth the extra time... trust me.
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