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Oh, I need to find out what might happen if the SATA and EPS12V cables are unplugged if the PSU itself is still on.

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post #52 of 94
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Oh, I need to find out what might happen if the SATA and EPS12V cables are unplugged if the PSU itself is still on.
I may have unplugged more but those are what I am pretty sure I unplugged as they were getting in the way of a few things.
post #53 of 94

I heard that it's safe and that it's more likely that something was damaged during the cleaning process.  What exactly did you do when you did the cleaning?  I mean, can you be specific and detailed?

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I heard that it's safe and that it's more likely that something was damaged during the cleaning process.  What exactly did you do when you did the cleaning?  I mean, can you be specific and detailed?
Just blowing out dust inside the cpu heatsink and gpu heatsink and a few fans
post #55 of 94

Wow.  Then I would definitely pursue an RMA with Intel (by phone).  Those marks are on the CPU must be normal because the user named Socks keep you warm posted this yesterday:

 

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Those look like "burn" marks on the CPU pads? In the 2nd and 3rd pics, look on the left-center. Something looks "orange" for lack of a better term.
Nah my CPU has these, it's nothing i accidentally touched the CPU side and now that color don't disappear, must gather the oil in our skin.

 

I mean, we've exhausted everything else.  Plus, I reviewed the thread because I realized I was forgetting certain things and I was reminded that you found that the CPU died.

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Its just one of those things you hear about happening and wish that you were there to absolutely look at everything! It totally sucks.
    
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What's worse is that I still haven't got my prepaid airway bill that Intel is supposed to send me. It's worrying me because it's nearing Christmas time and shipping is going to be a nightmare
post #58 of 94

Yeah, but once it is all done and you have your system up and running, it'll feel like it was all worth it.  Plus, you ended up with a much better motherboard.  ;)

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post #59 of 94
Here's what i would do, i may be a new member to OCN, but definitely not new to things like this. Try these things, if they fail, reverse the steps ( for example, if usb devices dont fix it, plug them all back in ) etc. just go down the list.

1. Try unplugging all your usb devices, then try to start.

2. Remove your video card, and use the integrated graphics to see if thats the problem.

3. Use one ram stick or the other to see if one of them is causing the problem.

4. Make sure the volts are set to 115, and not 230 on the back of your power supply.

5. Try a different hard drive.

6. Try disconnecting the cd drive.

Try all of these things and boot after each one, and come back with results. Worth a shot

EDIT: Wow didnt notice there were 6 pages of replys, sorry lol.
post #60 of 94
Ya and if you saw earlier he tried his cpu in a different motherboard and a different cpu in his motherboard.
    
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