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Well I've done everything suggested and still nothing. The only difference with resetting the cmos.or unplugging everything is upon starting up again it will shut down after about 20 seconds and then turn back on and stay on. It does not do that if I turn it on and off with the power button. I think I just have **** luck and accidentally killed my cpu.
post #12 of 31
Have your tried resetting the CPU itself?
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Well I've done everything suggested and still nothing. The only difference with resetting the cmos.or unplugging everything is upon starting up again it will shut down after about 20 seconds and then turn back on and stay on. It does not do that if I turn it on and off with the power button. I think I just have **** luck and accidentally killed my cpu.

i had similar symptoms assambling my first 2500k with an asrock board. kept shutting down after 20 seconds until i completely disassembled it into pieces and built it from scratch again!
i checked before doing this and a saw no contact with the board and the tower and similar crap. it just worked since then!
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Have your tried resetting the CPU itself?
.how exactly do I do that?
post #15 of 31
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.how exactly do I do that?

Take out the socket and replace.
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Take out the socket and replace.

did this too then.. try re-assembling it from scratch if it doesnt help. i know, its hard and going on the nerves.. :/
post #17 of 31
Wait a sec!

Are things powering up? If they are, then even if it's for only 20 secs... what code are you getting on the mother board itself?

I was having a similar issue and it had to do with badly seated sticks of RAM. Cause it won't boot at all without ram...
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post #18 of 31
if it turns itself down after 20 seconds, then the cpu gets too hot
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if it turns itself down after 20 seconds, then the cpu gets too hot
well, I've come to realize that it only does that after a cmos reset. If I turn it on from it being turned off with the power button it does not restart at all. That and the Cpu is producing no heat.
post #20 of 31
Just unplug everything including power switch and start build from scratch . Use only one stick of ram and try to start with only that on the iGPU. If that works start to add the rest.
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