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Good thought but it was connected and I plugged it back in. Also I out back my old CPU and the stock fan I was using but like I said earlier, it's just turning off and it makes a beep before it turns off
post #12 of 59
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Originally Posted by HaGGeN View Post

Good thought but it was connected and I plugged it back in. Also I out back my old CPU and the stock fan I was using but like I said earlier, it's just turning off and it makes a beep before it turns off

Can you look in your manual to see what this beep may mean?
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post #13 of 59
maybe the cpu is hitting to high temps and auto shutting off?
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Put the old cpu back in and clear the cmos. Check and make sure you have a newer bios that is updated to run the new ivy. Just my 2 cents
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post #15 of 59
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Just want to thank everyone for your information and input. I have tried everything and still no dice. I have taken out the battery to reset CMOS without any luck. The only thing I can think of is that I somehow messed up or shorted my motherboard. I only have my old cpu in there now with my old fan and it just beeps and shuts off and restarts all over again. I have no idea how I could have shorted things. I connected everything without any power connected to the computer. All I did was take out the fan, take out my old cpu, put paste on the CPU, put the new fan back on and then I reconnected the power. That's when all hell broke loose. Nothing was smoking or anything. I did not remove any other cables. SIGH. Really frustrated right now. you guys are great though, thank you for all your help.
post #16 of 59
you say it powers up though correct? Makes me think its not a MB issue.
post #17 of 59
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Just want to thank everyone for your information and input. I have tried everything and still no dice. I have taken out the battery to reset CMOS without any luck. The only thing I can think of is that I somehow messed up or shorted my motherboard. I only have my old cpu in there now with my old fan and it just beeps and shuts off and restarts all over again. I have no idea how I could have shorted things. I connected everything without any power connected to the computer. All I did was take out the fan, take out my old cpu, put paste on the CPU, put the new fan back on and then I reconnected the power. That's when all hell broke loose. Nothing was smoking or anything. I did not remove any other cables. SIGH. Really frustrated right now. you guys are great though, thank you for all your help.

Did you try putting the old cpu back in & update the bios? It was suggested a couple times, that board will not work with an ivy bridge cpu unless the bios is updated to a version where ivy support was added.
    
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Did you try putting the old cpu back in & update the bios? It was suggested a couple times, that board will not work with an ivy bridge cpu unless the bios is updated to a version where ivy support was added.
He said even with the old CPU he gets issues, RMA it maybe? Or try another PSU? Are you using standoffs?
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Did you plug CPU fan into motherboard pwm?
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post #20 of 59
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Yes I did plug in the fan into where it says CPU FAN. That's where I had it before. Before I bought this i5 3750K I had a i5 - 2400. I didn't know I had to do some updating to the BIOS before installing this new CPU. Yeah, there is power to the board, I don't know what else it could be other than memory? I took out the memory though and tried individual sticks, with the same luck. also, this is where the CPU is going into, does something look wrong by chance?
Edited by HaGGeN - 2/12/13 at 7:54pm
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