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I had my computer for a year already so I finally tried to attempt a OC on my CPU but since i was a novice on it, i have failed and i think i messed up the mobo but im not sure if its the mobo anymore because i rma the mobo and got it back just today but the computer wont start up still. It will start up for 3 seconds then turn off and it repeats. Is it the mobo still and should i ask for a replacement, get a new mobo, or something else is wrong with my PC? It can't be the cpu right because it will still start up even without cpu right? I also see the CPU Phase LED all light up so it shouldnt be the CPU right? I tried adjusting the ram or putting 1 slot of ram but that isnt the problem. I tried CMOS resetting with battery and the jumpers but still doesn't work. What can be the problem?

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GTX 560ti
Corsair TX 850
Intel i7-870
MSI p55-gd65
4x2 1333 ram
h60 cpu cooler
antec 300 case
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post #2 of 5
Tried another PSU yet?
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i have not but i should right now but what do you guys think, is it the cpu or mobo? I mean even if the cpu is bad it should be able to start the computer with POST right?
Edited by Veeson - 11/3/11 at 9:26pm
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post #4 of 5
sounds like to me the PSU is shutting down.... make sure all your connections are snug and in the right spots.
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post #5 of 5
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Hey man it is the PSU ty for helping me out there but I don't understand why its the psu that is fried? like i said i have the TX 850 corsair
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