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Originally Posted by armartins View Post

Guys please I need help ASAP! I have bought a Mpower+3570K combo at the marketplace and now after countless hours cleaning my loop, building it, etc. It just doesn't power on! My PSU is working, I've used it to fill the loop and it was used in my old build (disassembled a couple of days ago). Have already switched my 2666Mhz kit for some 2133 sniper that were on the old build. I really don't want to tear this apart look how much stuff I got inside this little 690. What happens is:
- I turn the PSU on the Power button lights on but nothing happens;
- Already tested one stick only of RAM that is 100% working;
- I have a 2600K from my prior build, if needed I may change it but wan't to try everything possible before;
- It was a real PITA to fit those cards;
- Please, any thoughts?

as before comments check ALL wiring

JPWR2 ATX 8 pin is connected often forgot on many boards?

make sure the extra wiring for video is hooked up from ps to right hand side of motherboard as its mounted JPWR3 ATX 6 pin?

don't know for sure if you need it JPWR3 but 2 video cards in use

check connection adaptors JFP1 and JFP2 black adaptors wiring configuration are proper

no motherboard stand offs underneath aiding on shorting of mb areas
post #1332 of 3634
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Originally Posted by johnnyw View Post

Hmm anyone else had problem that uefi setting changes are not always saved at first time? Dunno what settings it affects but for me happened twice yesterday. Had to save it twice to get it stick when tried to change boot order beetween my HDD & SSD as i have win7 installed to hdd for benchmarking and win8 to ssd.

Try a full CMOS / Bios reset

Power plug out , cmos mb short terminals for 20 secondsand move case buttons to discharge, additional battery out for a while.

Try again

still no good?.............. check battery for proper charge or just replace battery with new one
Edited by Tyreman - 12/22/12 at 10:51am
post #1333 of 3634
so again, has anyone messed with win 8 and fastboot on this board? Curious to see what others results were. The ASRock boards and Asus boards boot in about 5-8 seconds from cold boot, mine is at about 15...and I have RAID 0 480GB SSDs. Not sure if the vid card, BIOS, RAID or what is preventing this from flying or if it is just the way this board is.


getting ready to go up to 17.5 BIOS from 17.3 to see if it helps at all since 17.5 said improved GOP detection compatibility.
post #1334 of 3634
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Originally Posted by nintari View Post

so again, has anyone messed with win 8 and fastboot on this board? Curious to see what others results were. The ASRock boards and Asus boards boot in about 5-8 seconds from cold boot, mine is at about 15...and I have RAID 0 480GB SSDs. Not sure if the vid card, BIOS, RAID or what is preventing this from flying or if it is just the way this board is.
getting ready to go up to 17.5 BIOS from 17.3 to see if it helps at all since 17.5 said improved GOP detection compatibility.


Try 17.5 ....its a good bios in any case more updates

Remember full cmos/bios reset and its up to Y how Y update

I use the forum flash tool(msi users forum) not M flash
post #1335 of 3634
and try flicking the bios switch....just a last ditch effort!
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post #1336 of 3634
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Originally Posted by Tyreman View Post

Try a full CMOS / Bios reset
Power plug out , cmos mb short terminals for 20 secondsand move case buttons to discharge, additional battery out for a while.
Try again
still no good?.............. check battery for proper charge or just replace battery with new one
I dont think its battery as allready dialed out that its only boot order that needs to be saved twice in some reason, all other changes are saving normally. Very strange.
Edited by johnnyw - 12/22/12 at 1:14pm
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post #1337 of 3634
Has anyone gotten any definitively working power-saving settings that allow ramping down of clocks during idle? The simply setting your max turbo to your overclocked speeds seems to be a roundabout way of doing things.
post #1338 of 3634
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Originally Posted by johnnyw View Post

I dont think its battery as allready dialed out that its only boot order that needs to be saved twice in some reason, all other changes are saving normally. Very strange.

Or the a full proper cmos reset
post #1339 of 3634
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Originally Posted by Loser777 View Post

Has anyone gotten any definitively working power-saving settings that allow ramping down of clocks during idle? The simply setting your max turbo to your overclocked speeds seems to be a roundabout way of doing things.

Mine works fine
post #1340 of 3634
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Originally Posted by nintari View Post

so again, has anyone messed with win 8 and fastboot on this board? Curious to see what others results were. The ASRock boards and Asus boards boot in about 5-8 seconds from cold boot, mine is at about 15...and I have RAID 0 480GB SSDs. Not sure if the vid card, BIOS, RAID or what is preventing this from flying or if it is just the way this board is.
getting ready to go up to 17.5 BIOS from 17.3 to see if it helps at all since 17.5 said improved GOP detection compatibility.


Had an Asus Z77 pro and it didn't boot that quick
Use MSI now
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