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post #1 of 14
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Heres how it started....
Was doing a bit a gaming for a hour or so then out of no where poof..
My pc shuts down...
At first I thought my power went out but it just so happened that it didnt.
So I go to power my machine back up and it gets about a second of juice
enough for the mobo lights to flash and then turns off.
I now knew that there was going to be a few hours
of testing to see what the problem was.


First thought was my power supply went but I was wrong.
I unplug my 24 pin connector and 8pin connector from my mobo.
I then went ahead and jump started it and everything checked out.
So the problem isnt the psu.
Next I plug in the 24 pin connector back into the mobo
but leave the 8 pin still unplugged
Turn it on and everything powered up and was working properly.
Now it leaves me to believe that either my mobo crapped out or my cpu crapped out. I've tried just about everything from reseating the cpu, to reseating ram, changing sticks, resetting the cmos.
No matter what I do it will not power on when I plug in the 8pin connector.
It will just get that brief moment of power then turn off.

I dont know what else to try anymore or if anything can be done to fix it.
Should I do a RMA?
Really hate to do one and wait for it to come in...
Any suggestions would be helpful!!
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post #2 of 14
Do you have any spare DDR3 memory or a spare video card that you can test just to rule them out?
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post #3 of 14
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I do have a spare gtx 275 laying around as for the ddr3 I dont have any extra sticks
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post #4 of 14
Quote:
Originally Posted by SPJR View Post
I do have a spare gtx 275 laying around as for the ddr3 I dont have any extra sticks
Damn. Then can you swap the 570 for the 275 for a few minutes?
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post #5 of 14
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Yea I will give it a go tommorow once I wake up.
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post #6 of 14
If it was duff memory it should still boot i'd of thought, it would just beep like crazy at you. I'd put money on the mobo.
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post #7 of 14
Imo it's a likely mobo problem, I think you should rma the mobo without anymore experiments because you have warranty.
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post #8 of 14
Quote:
Originally Posted by lastdefenda View Post
Imo it's a likely mobo problem, I think you should rma the mobo without anymore experiments because you have warranty.
What if it turns out to be the GTX 570?
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post #9 of 14
Quote:
Originally Posted by YerMother View Post
If it was duff memory it should still boot i'd of thought, it would just beep like crazy at you. I'd put money on the mobo.
Bad ram is just like no ram. A computer can't function without RAM.

OP, someone else had a similar experience recently, most people said they thought it was his motherboard.

I know you say you tried your power supply, but if the rail controlling the 8 pin cpu has died, then the PSU could still function. Tried another PSU just to be 100% sure?
Meh >.<
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post #10 of 14
I would still test the PSU on a different computer to see if it's faulty. I've never heard of a mobo dying so quickly. I've only killed one motherboard (PIII mobo ) and that was just caused by my indifference.
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