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post #1 of 24
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Hey guyz, a friend here is having a weir problem whit his amd setup

He has a a643000+, the question is : HOW A DAMAGED CPU BEHAVES??? he do little OC, and have a bigger cooler than me, He has a MSI NForce4 dont remember the rest, x850pciex 1Gb ram Dual channel, 2 sata disks

The problems are: No boot at all, if boot, no video and enters windows whit no video, no memory detected. When it finally enters good the pc runs flawsless
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post #2 of 24
Signs of a dying CPU:

1. No boot
2. BSOD repeatedly
3. System instability
4. System Lag.

However make sure that he has Reset the CMOS and that he is running the latest BIOS before ruling the CPU dead.
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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE1701
Signs of a dying CPU:

1. No boot
2. BSOD repeatedly
3. System instability
4. System Lag.

However make sure that he has Reset the CMOS and that he is running the latest BIOS before ruling the CPU dead.
The only symptom is 1-no boot , maybe is because his board is older than a year??? and its internal selfdestruction clock is enabled......

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post #4 of 24
Well does that motherboard by defualt support that CPU....You need to check this. Also make sure he is running the latest BIOS. Do you get any beeps on attempted boot-up ?
post #5 of 24
sounds psu related or memory related more than cpu

heat
voltage
pressure
static

Those are the only ways of damaging a cpu
    
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post #6 of 24
Indeed. Have you tried another PSU in that system or tried booting up with only one memory module at a time to try and identify a bad memory module
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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE1701
Well does that motherboard by defualt support that CPU....You need to check this. Also make sure he is running the latest BIOS. Do you get any beeps on attempted boot-up ?

Yes it do a beep, also tried another PSU, and the mem.

Remember, is just when it start it, or reboot, the system is ok when running
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post #8 of 24
Well a BEEP means its posting...Thus means its booting lol.
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Well a BEEP means its posting...Thus means its booting lol.
The beep is the only thing that do when she dont wanna boot!!!
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post #10 of 24
Ok well for now we will have to assume that beep means there is an issue unstead. I would try booting with one RAM module at a time as RAM can cause issues like this if its gone bad or not properly installed.
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