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while I running leak test through jump start, my 8 pins connector is connected to the motherboard. now my system wont start up. do you think I just killed my motherboard ? the ROG logo is light up but the system won't boot. anyone help me?
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You didn't keep your 24 pin in the motherboard did you?
     
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Try taking the cmos battery out and leaving it out for 10 minutes and clear cmos as well.. Also have you connected everything back the way it should be?
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You didn't keep your 24 pin in the motherboard did you?
no it is not connected to motherboard . I use paper clip. will I fry my
motherboar just like this ?

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Try taking the cmos battery out and leaving it out for 10 minutes and clear cmos as well.. Also have you connected everything back the way it should be?
yea I have tried everything . the only thing I haven't try is take out the CMOS battery . I have re seat my CPU block . still not fixed.
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no it is not connected to motherboard . I use paper clip. will I fry my
motherboar just like this ?


yea I have tried everything . the only thing I haven't try is take out the CMOS battery . I have re seat my CPU block . still not fixed.
No but did you make sure all your fittings are on correctly?
     
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No but did you make sure all your fittings are on correctly?
yea. I used 3/8 ID and 5/8 OD for tubings. so the fittings are the same size as tubing
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So when you switch on, do you switch on from the board, or from the computer chassis. In case its from the chassis, try turning it on from the board. Can you see any leaks anywhere on the board?
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post #8 of 13
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So when you switch on, do you switch on from the board, or from the computer chassis. In case its from the chassis, try turning it on from the board. Can you see any leaks anywhere on the board?
I switch on through motherboard . I have removed CMOS battery and put it back again. and it still can't fix
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have you check the block on your gfx that it's not shorting or even putting in a different 1 if you have a spare
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post #10 of 13
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Originally Posted by M.IV.E View Post
while I running leak test through jump start, my 8 pins connector is connected to the motherboard. now my system wont start up. do you think I just killed my motherboard ? the ROG logo is light up but the system won't boot. anyone help me?
i dont think so i had the same thing

take your loop a part and blow dray the mobo than let it sit for 24

than tray and see if it works
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