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post #1 of 24
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Hi,
I finished building my computer today but when I tried to turn it on nothing happens. The motherboard lights up ( start. reset button and the one that shows which BIOS im using) and a 120mm fan starts to spin for a brief moment then turn off but the cpu fan doesn't.

I have a
MOBO: Asus max4 extreme z
CPU: Intel 15-3570k
GPU- Zotac gtx 580
Ram: 4x4gb Corsair Dominator 1600mhz
Psu- Silverstone gold evolution 750 watt
SSD- SanDisk Extreme 240gb

Ok so I took out the cables and put them back in and then when I turned the computer on the cpu fan and the 120mm fan kept turning on and off ( the motherboard was on (the deug was on and everything else), but it wasn't doing anything (going to post) so I turned it off then when I turned it back on it went back to just the 120mm fan spinning.

I sleeved my 24 pin and 8 pin cpu, could that have caused an issue?

Thanks.
post #2 of 24
When you sleeved the cables. Are you 100,100,100% sure you put all the cables and pins back in the right order???


Did you have this issue before sleeving the cables?
post #3 of 24
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Hi,
I finished building my computer today but when I tried to turn it on nothing happens. The motherboard lights up ( start. reset button and the one that shows which BIOS im using) and a 120mm fan starts to spin for a brief moment then turn off but the cpu fan doesn't.
I have a
MOBO: Asus max4 extreme z
CPU: Intel 15-3570k
GPU- Zotac gtx 580
Ram: 4x4gb Corsair Dominator 1600mhz
Psu- Silverstone gold evolution 750 watt
SSD- SanDisk Extreme 240gb
Ok so I took out the cables and put them back in and then when I turned the computer on the cpu fan and the 120mm fan kept turning on and off ( the motherboard was on (the deug was on and everything else), but it wasn't doing anything (going to post) so I turned it off then when I turned it back on it went back to just the 120mm fan spinning.
I sleeved my 24 pin and 8 pin cpu, could that have caused an issue?
Thanks.

Hmm... let's start by seeing if the PSU is working okay, since you sleeved it, go ahead and jump pins 16 and 17 and see if the power supply fan turns on.

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post #4 of 24
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Ok I think I need to update my BIOS to the latest revision which supports Ivy* bridge.
post #5 of 24
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How would I jump the pins?
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How would I jump the pins?

with a wire or a paper clip, while none of PSU cables are connected to anything.
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Use a paperclip bent into a U, put some electircal tape on the U part so that you can touch it still. This is the best way to test a PSU to at least make sure it turns on when you plug in power and flip the switch on it. Make sure you unplug before you attempt this and make sure something small like a casefan connected to a molex is attached to verify power is on.
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Originally Posted by KGB7 View Post

When you sleeved the cables. Are you 100,100,100% sure you put all the cables and pins back in the right order???
Did you have this issue before sleeving the cables?
I didn't have all my components before I turned on my computer.
Is this the right 24pin out?

the bottom right one dosen't have a pin.
post #9 of 24
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Originally Posted by zedd View Post

I didn't have all my components before I turned on my computer.
Is this the right 24pin out?

the bottom right one dosen't have a pin.

The bottom is your +4 so look at the image I posted. Based on this image you'll jump the 4th and 5th on the bottom there.

Edit: My orientation is wrong here. The clip is at the top so you're going to jump the 4th and 5th or 6th on the top row there on the side with the clip. I can't say the green wire with the black wire since you've got them sleeved. doh.gif
Edited by DUpgrade - 12/9/12 at 10:47pm
post #10 of 24
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Ok, going to go buy paperclips smile.gif
Could the problem be the cpu being Ivy bridge? or is it something different since its not even posting?
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