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Is this effort all to come up with a single 6 pin for the 8800GT?

^This, do you have a 6 pin connector on the card. If so is it plugged in?
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post #12 of 81
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You can drop water in your car and it won't break, try doing that on a PC, then get back to us.

How is this comparaison supposed to be relevant ?
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post #13 of 81
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Sure. After a couple of hours of drying I will turn it on and happily tell you it's working...
Do it whilst it's turned on. Be a man.
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Originally Posted by DeadLink View Post

^This, do you have a 6 pin connector on the card. If so is it plugged in?

Oh, yes it's plugged in.
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Originally Posted by adridu59 View Post

How is this comparaison supposed to be relevant ?

I know right? Thank you.
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Originally Posted by Davayy View Post

Do it whilst it's turned on. Be a man.

I think we all know the outcome of that. But again, how is this comparison supposed to be relevant?
    
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post #15 of 81
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asus_p5b_deluxewifiap.jpg.

Have you plugged in the 8800 GT? apparently so
Have you plugged in the CPU power (top right white connector near the copper heatsink on the motherboard)

PS: Don't cut off stuff from your PSU.

EDIT:
Plugged in connections at the back?
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Maybe the board is bad, and it wasn't your last card
 
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post #17 of 81
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cut off the 4-pin plug from the PSU (not the mail power one, my motherboard simply doesn't need it), cut off the cases Firewire cable (I don't use Firewire), insulated all the wires, and put the PC back together with cable management in mind. After that we turned on the PC, but no signal... Wt#? Tried another working card, just to be sure, no signal... Put back the nVidia 8800GT, did a CMOS reset, still nothing.
I'm convinced the cut-off PSU 4-pin plug isn't the issue. My mootherboard doesn't need that plug, so it being cut-off shoulden't matter. As for the Firewire, it has never been plugged in, so that doesn't matter either.
What's going on?

What makes you think that you don't need the 4 pin power? doh.gif
Even most single core 939/775 systems won't boot without that plug, for reference.

It might be worth actually learning about computers before claiming that your knowledge is accurate.
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This PSU has the main + the 4 in 1 cable sleeve. It was an additional square 4-pin connector for something else. God knows what.

It sounds like the PSU you are referencing is a 20 pin with detachable 4 pin add-on for PCI-E systems. You still need that additional 4 pin square one...
Edited by beers - 11/11/12 at 10:47am
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post #18 of 81
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I think we all know the outcome of that. But again, how is this comparison supposed to be relevant?
I don't know - you're the one that made the comparison in the first place.
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Anyway... Don't cut cables, just because you don't need them rolleyes.gif --> But cutting them off is normally NO problem causing a PC not to boot or giving No Signal errors...

(als elektricien doe ik het ook en werkt natuurlijk, maarja bij PC's doe ik het nu wel niet hehe)

And how SURE are you that the card is working?

Maybe it "died" while transporting it? (but then again your other "test" card should have worked...)

Try to use another connector (if it has more than 1 HDMI or DVI or .. connector on the card)

Maybe you accidently "unplugged" the cable at the back of your monitor...


Maybe you did not insulate a cable well enough. Re-check all the cutt off cables and BE SURE they:

1) do not touch eachother

2) do not touch the chassis or some other components...
   
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post #20 of 81
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I don't know - you're the one that made the comparison in the first place.

Yes, but his comparaison was relevant because both PCs and cars have electronics.
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