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Ok so i finished my corsair mod yesterday. System has been running gravy since then...until i moved my pc. I unplugged it , moved it to my house, checked to make sure nothing had "appeared" to happen ( no water or anything jarded around. It all looked just as it ded 3 mins prior so i plugged it all up and.............what the?!? Nothing. "ok ok no biggie somethings a foot" i say so i double check all connections(including monitor) still nothing, removed sli connector and powr to bottom card..nothing. swaped the cards...nothing...swaped pci slots all together...nothing..swapped cpu...not a dawgone rootin tootin thing....cleared cmos. Unplugged cards all together and just ran speakers to hear for windows start...bawls...

I so need some help...i think its the mobo but obviously thats why im here and if you cant tell....im lost...like finding nemo lost....
post #2 of 14
does it try to post with no display or does it not do anything?
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post #3 of 14
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Nope nothing..i got my mobo speaker connected..no beeps..nada. all my fans work all three corsair pumps are running and my fan controller comes on so im almost sure its not psu
Edited by PCEnthusiast85 - 4/24/12 at 7:45pm
post #4 of 14
i would try disconnecting power to / removing everything but the cpu, 1 video card and a stick of ram. see if its posts. if so, start adding in your hard drives, the rest of your ram, and then other components one at a time. i had an issue similar to this and it ended up being a bad hard drive that was the whole problem. i couldn't get my rig to start up either, fans would all turn on but no post. i tore it down and put it all back together part by part and it ended up being my 1TB HD that i used for storage.

if that doesnt work, then yeah, i would say maybe something inside the case moved around and i would take a very close look at the mobo.
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post #5 of 14
im sure you checked to see if outlet ya pluged into has power?
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im sure you checked to see if outlet ya pluged into has power?

if his fans, controller and pumps come on i would hope it has power from the wall lol.
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post #7 of 14
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With the water setup i cant rip it all out but i did manage to cycle thru all my ram and useing one gfx car and my only hard drive (solid state) i still got no post on both my 1090 and 810 cpus...guess its time to get that sabertooth but will try another power supply after work today...i wonder if three pumps two 460s could have hurt my 750..but doubt it
post #8 of 14
i would say that your PSU is probably fine.
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post #9 of 14
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Just got home from work..uhg..i really dont want to have to tear apart all my hard work...but i guess i have no choice. (6 hours of test fitting meassuring and hardwork..screwed again by you stupid mobo!!! Bawls mad.gif
post #10 of 14
and you have done alot of work
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