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The thing just went out of me after putting the pieces together off some cleaning.

Booted just fine, lowered my clocks for a warm up run. Screen froze, not booting back..

Any thoughts?

How did you clean it ? Its very easy to knock off surface mount components with a vacuum or high air pressure. I always use a paint brush to dust the mobo.
    
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How did you clean it ? Its very easy to knock off surface mount components with a vacuum or high air pressure. I always use a paint brush to dust the mobo.

How is it easy to knock off mounts with air pressure or vac lol.....commercial computer cleaners use vacs and air cans with no damage whatsoever tongue.gif
Edited by gertruude - 4/8/14 at 12:12pm
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Hey guys, can someone tell me what are the symptoms of a dead CPU or mobo?

The thing just went out of me after putting the pieces together off some cleaning.

Booted just fine, lowered my clocks for a warm up run. Screen froze, not booting back..

Any thoughts?

I tried putting the components back again.

Powered it up, no boot, no beeps, fans spinning, cooler is warming up..

Is it the mobo or the CPU? Hopefully not both frown.gif

What did u try to put back? If the cpu is gettiing warm, there is power to it. Not PSU problem, do you have a speaker installed? If so then no beeps with no ram installed means MB.
     
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Alright gens, i just got 4 new FX9590's, so i'm going to check whish one is the best to keep it. So far i testes one of these chip, so should i keep it or send it back?

Results FX9590 number 1 (clockspeed and minimum volt needed to be stable for 24/7):

4.8Ghz - 1.44v
5.0Ghz - 1.488v
5.1Ghz - 1.57v
5.15ghz - 1.636v
5.2Ghz - 1.65v+

This chip can pass Cinebench and 3dmark on 5.2Ghz with just 1.53v, but for 24/7 stable it needs 1,65v
Should u keep this chip or send it back?
post #33255 of 67366
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Originally Posted by NBAasDOGG View Post

Alright gens, i just got 4 new FX9590's, so i'm going to check whish one is the best to keep it. So far i testes one of these chip, so should i keep it or send it back?

Results FX9590 number 1 (clockspeed and minimum volt needed to be stable for 24/7):

4.8Ghz - 1.44v
5.0Ghz - 1.488v
5.1Ghz - 1.57v
5.15ghz - 1.636v
5.2Ghz - 1.65v+

This chip can pass Cinebench and 3dmark on 5.2Ghz with just 1.53v, but for 24/7 stable it needs 1,65v
Should u keep this chip or send it back?
You just got 4?!?!? Mind sending 1 my way?biggrin.gif
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What did u try to put back? If the cpu is gettiing warm, there is power to it. Not PSU problem, do you have a speaker installed? If so then no beeps with no ram installed means MB.

No beeps whatsoever when pulling ram sticks and GPU.

VRMs were getting warm, so is the nb and sb. I noticed the CPU and GPU fans not at the speeds they usually were though.

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Originally Posted by gertruude View Post

How is it easy to knock off mounts with air pressure or vac lol.....commercial computer cleaners use vacs and air cans with no damage whatsoever tongue.gif

Yeah, I don't think vacuum pumps can knock these smd components unless they were scraped off purposely.

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Originally Posted by cpmee View Post

How did you clean it ? Its very easy to knock off surface mount components with a vacuum or high air pressure. I always use a paint brush to dust the mobo.

Used brush and isopropyl alcohol to knock the dirt off. I suspect less of these since I got it running for about half an hour after assembling the components back normally.

Downclocked to give the TIM some time to settle. Screen froze while running AIDA for 10 min.
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Have ya tried resetting cmos

ive had things like this happening to me when i was seeing how far i could push it

Edit: 1 other thing to check is the power button connectors plugged in right u may of pulled d something out when cleaning

I have tried pulling it apart one more time to investigate. Nothing unusual.
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Could be your RAM. How many DIMMs are you using ATM? If you're using more than one, use one, than the other, etc. If that doesn't work ttry other sticks it you've got them laying around.

2 dimms, 8 GB kit.
post #33257 of 67366
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Originally Posted by NBAasDOGG View Post

Alright gens, i just got 4 new FX9590's, so i'm going to check whish one is the best to keep it. So far i testes one of these chip, so should i keep it or send it back?

Results FX9590 number 1 (clockspeed and minimum volt needed to be stable for 24/7):

4.8Ghz - 1.44v
5.0Ghz - 1.488v
5.1Ghz - 1.57v
5.15ghz - 1.636v
5.2Ghz - 1.65v+

This chip can pass Cinebench and 3dmark on 5.2Ghz with just 1.53v, but for 24/7 stable it needs 1,65v
Should u keep this chip or send it back?
You just got 4?!?!? Mind sending 1 my way?biggrin.gif

Ditto lol
 
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Alright gens, i just got 4 new FX9590's, so i'm going to check whish one is the best to keep it. So far i testes one of these chip, so should i keep it or send it back?

Results FX9590 number 1 (clockspeed and minimum volt needed to be stable for 24/7):

4.8Ghz - 1.44v
5.0Ghz - 1.488v
5.1Ghz - 1.57v
5.15ghz - 1.636v
5.2Ghz - 1.65v+

This chip can pass Cinebench and 3dmark on 5.2Ghz with just 1.53v, but for 24/7 stable it needs 1,65v
Should u keep this chip or send it back?

Do you need all 4, or are you just cherry picking the best one ?
Quote:
Yeah, I don't think vacuum pumps can knock these smd components unless they were scraped off purposely.
The soldering can be minimal sometimes. The soft brush method is also more effective for getting the dust. smile.gif
Edited by cpmee - 4/8/14 at 4:34pm
    
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Just installed my team vulcan dd3 2400 on my asus sabertooth 990fx rev 2.0. Went into the bios and vuala, 2400 speed is available! set it to that, and had to up the NB speed to 2400 because 2200 is no longer supported at this speed. Gonna see what happens and post my results! thumb.gif
Well While you talk about getting your RAM! Look what was waiting for me on my bed today!

Yip another 2133 CL11 kit. It got a little beat up in transit but they are all good! These are V3.24 so that means they are Micron IC's. They are different from my original kit which are v4.21 which are Samsung IC's. Now I know my Sammie was happy running 2400MHz 9-10-12-31 1T. I hope these Micron's can match it! I have downclocked them to 2000MHz for the time being until I rebuild my loop and do all my overclocking again!

Old Sammy based kit.

New Micron based kit.


RAM ADDICT wheee.gif

Oh please, I have 3 rigs with 32GB in them, as well as a laptop that also has 32GB. I have a total of 144GB of DDR3 in use throughout the house.

Get on my level. tongue.gif

(Good luck OCing it.)
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Oh please, I have 3 rigs with 32GB in them, as well as a laptop that also has 32GB. I have a total of 144GB of DDR3 in use throughout the house.

Get on my level. tongue.gif

(Good luck OCing it.)

Got 6 Video Editing PCs with 32 GB each and 60 more workstations with 16 GBs at my disposal. Will those count? biggrin.gif
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