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Rampage IV Extreme will not boot

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Hi again guys, having a new problem with my new build (Sig Rig)


So I have played around with my build for a day or two, everything working fine.
Tried OC it to 4.5, 1.4 vcore, was like that running fine. Sub 50c

All of a sudden, after a reset I'am having trouble.



Turn on PSU, start, reset, and bios light, lights up. Nothing else.

Press start, and all the fans come on, as well as the red CPU light, and the third and seventh of the green ones (from the left). After 2-3 seconds the PC restarts. Same lights turn on again, this time it just stays like this. Nothing happens on the monitor. No mouse, no keyboard (both usb)

Debug leds shows 00 all the time, and only that.

I have tried switching bios, same thing happens with them both.

I have tried clearing cmos, with the switch, as well as taking out the battery for a while.
Nothing changes.

I have tried turning off all PCI lines, no change.





Any ideas? Would appreciate some help. Just spent a whole day fixing my SLI issue.

p.s.
I realize that there are posts similar to mine,
but could not find someone with the exact same problem.
post #2 of 7
Turn off power switch on the back of the PSU, wait 30 seconds, turn on, and press start button to see what happen.
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WaterCool MoRA3 Pro with Gentle Typhoon 3 x MCP 655 pumps (With EK top...all serial) 2 x EK FC 1080ti Blocks Windows 7 Ultimate x64 
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post #3 of 7
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Quote:
Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

Have you tried to load optimized default settings?

How can I do that? Have I missed something obvious?


Have tried that also I'm afraid.

Now I removed, the GPUs, RAM, all disks and ROMs, and removed all USB devices.
Basicly only the MB and the CPU left.. Still the exact same thing, does not look good.

So three options left.

-Burnt CPU
-Burnt MB
-I missed something

crossing my fingers for opt 3 tongue.gif

edit:

Or PSU error.. hmm, brand new AX1200..

Have tried replacing the cables also, didn't help
Edited by PureBlizz - 8/24/12 at 9:35pm
post #4 of 7
Flip psu switch off. hold power button 10-30 seconds (helps to discharge caps) then turn psu on again. try and reboot.
    
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
C300 / WD 500 / 640 Caviar Blue Asus Lightscribe / LG Win7/Vista/XP/Server 08 EE Acer P235H 1920 X 1080 HD 
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Logitech Ill. Mushkin 1200 Joule CM690 II Adv/Tech Bench DiamondBack 3G 
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post #5 of 7
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Quote:
Originally Posted by XtremeCuztoms View Post

Flip psu switch off. hold power button 10-30 seconds (helps to discharge caps) then turn psu on again. try and reboot.

Ok, tried that, nothing new I'm afraid. Also played around with switching bios, clearing cmos, and then this. In differnet order, and with power on and off. Nothing changes.

Removed all water blocks, only bare cpu on bare mobo left, stil the same. Looked closely over the whole mobo for anything unusual, found nothing.

Time to return my CPU?
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How much memory do you have in the computer?
 
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post #7 of 7
Thread Starter 
32 GB (4x8) Corsair Dominator. Before I disassembled it that is.

Have tried everything to get those lights off, also by making new ones appear. Won't happen.


My gut tells my its the CPU, anyone think it is the mobo? (why/why not)

Maybe Ill just try sending it back to the dealer, he can't tell that I OC it a bit. I might get lucky.


Can it still be the PSU when pumps and fans runs fine you think? Not very likely I guess.
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