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post #11 of 21
do the psu paper clip test here

if psu works almost certain it is hte mobo.
post #12 of 21
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All of them 7400, how is this relevant to seeing if the 400w PSU will be sufficent if I dont have to plug in the HDDs?
post #13 of 21

I had a power surge on my last rig last year and it really messed some things up. on my last rig. It fried the 2 memory slots on my board so I had to use the other 2, It took out my Mech drive and took out my Power supply. Power surges are really crappy it can do alot of damage

 

Sounds like your PSU or Mobo fried do you have another PSU to test? As stated above try the paper clip test


Edited by 4LC4PON3 - 10/27/12 at 10:18am
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post #14 of 21
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Originally Posted by Mtemtko View Post

All of them 7400, how is this relevant to seeing if the 400w PSU will be sufficent if I dont have to plug in the HDDs?
I'm just wondering what your maximum load will be. Come to think of it, all you would need to do is plug one drive in. rolleyes.gif -My bad.
If you connect you 400w psu, see if your mobo posts.
post #15 of 21
Thread Starter 
Tried paper clip test, it worked, the PSU works fine. Any suggestions on what to do now? If all else fails looks like I'll have to replace the second 1155 mobo I've had so far ):
Edited by Mtemtko - 10/27/12 at 10:34am
post #16 of 21
It's either motherboard or CPU.
Have you reseated your CPU? It may work. I had a similar problem with the PC not booting, yet reseating my CPU worked. Try it. thumb.gif Good luck.
post #17 of 21
it your mobo. just rma it
post #18 of 21
Thread Starter 
Got a new mobo, Asus Maximus IV gene-z, I just see the reset button being lit up, whole thing doesnt boot at all, im at an dead end now, I wish atleast the led screen would display the problem, maybe everything is destroyed, I dont know how to pinpoint the problem, since I dont have any other ddr3 ram sticks or graphic cards to try out mellowsmiley.gif
post #19 of 21
If you've discounted PSU, Mobo, then the it seems that your cpu is the problem. Is there somewhere you could find a cheap sandy bridge chip from, just to test it?
post #20 of 21
Thread Starter 
quick answer : no frown.gif
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