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If its not working, I know its a pita, go back to air on the gpu and cpu. I've been through this road before but sometimes helps you rule out certain things. And I have had waterblocks short my gpu in the past (ek 4870x2).

edit: as it was suggested before. to rule out a gpu issue, use the onboard video. But!!!!!!!! be careful, My onboard video used to make the os crash all the time. The intel video drivers just suck paint imho. I ran it w/ out drivers and it was stable. Once on my discrete gpu setup, I shut if off in the bios. Something that you can try before going to the onboard.
Edited by wermad - 3/29/13 at 1:21pm
post #32 of 51
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Good advice going on here but lemme add a few more thoughts to the mix.

Since you ran the same speeds on air without any issues, that changes my thinking a little. KaRLiToS's last suggestion is along the same lines--there could be a short that was introduced somewhere when you reassembled things, whether on the card, mobo, or elsewhere. If you continue to be stymied and can't find what's causing it, I would tear it back down to parts and rebuild everything. Sometimes that's the most efficient way to shake the gremlins loose instead of knocking your head against it all day.

The other thing you mentioned is having switched slots for a few things. That's an obvious thing to troubleshoot, try putting stuff back in the original slots.

Also, did you turn off auto-restart after a crash like I mentioned, which is the only way to see BSOD's in Win 7, or was that already set? A sudden immediate hard shut-off without BSOD would indicate to me a greater likelihood that it is a short somewhere, as opposed to BSOD which is more likely if it's overheating or PSU issues.
Yes i did turn off auto restart and just an update for everyone ever sense i put all of my clock speeds back to normal it has not shut off at all. I will probably leave it at stock for a few days to make sure this is what it is and then start redoing all of them if all is fine. Thanks for all of the help guys and as soon as I finish the video I will link my build log thumb.gif
post #33 of 51
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Originally Posted by threephi View Post

Good advice going on here but lemme add a few more thoughts to the mix.

Since you ran the same speeds on air without any issues, that changes my thinking a little. KaRLiToS's last suggestion is along the same lines--there could be a short that was introduced somewhere when you reassembled things, whether on the card, mobo, or elsewhere. If you continue to be stymied and can't find what's causing it, I would tear it back down to parts and rebuild everything. Sometimes that's the most efficient way to shake the gremlins loose instead of knocking your head against it all day.

The other thing you mentioned is having switched slots for a few things. That's an obvious thing to troubleshoot, try putting stuff back in the original slots.

Also, did you turn off auto-restart after a crash like I mentioned, which is the only way to see BSOD's in Win 7, or was that already set? A sudden immediate hard shut-off without BSOD would indicate to me a greater likelihood that it is a short somewhere, as opposed to BSOD which is more likely if it's overheating or PSU issues.

If there was a short wouldn't that apply all the time? Reading what the OP has said it seems to happen when the PC is under stress.
post #34 of 51
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Originally Posted by MainStageNews View Post

Yes i did turn off auto restart and just an update for everyone ever sense i put all of my clock speeds back to normal it has not shut off at all. I will probably leave it at stock for a few days to make sure this is what it is and then start redoing all of them if all is fine. Thanks for all of the help guys and as soon as I finish the video I will link my build log thumb.gif
Glad to hear it's working! thumb.gif

I'm still curious why it worked fine on air, then became unstable when you went to water. That shouldn't happen.
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If there was a short wouldn't that apply all the time? Reading what the OP has said it seems to happen when the PC is under stress.
The theory there was, it could be an intermittent thing where the bits making the short are very close but not touching continuously, and get pushed together through small vibrations, thermal expansion, or other movement. I've also had situations with mysterious shutdowns that I eventually traced to the reverse condition with a loose wire in a molex power connector going to one of my hard drives.
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Hello all, I would just like to add, check your airflow airflow around the VRM area. You could have disrupted the airflow of your case and the VRMs may be overheating.
post #37 of 51
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Also, did you turn off auto-restart after a crash like I mentioned, which is the only way to see BSOD's in Win 7, or was that already set? A sudden immediate hard shut-off without BSOD would indicate to me a greater likelihood that it is a short somewhere, as opposed to BSOD which is more likely if it's overheating or PSU issues.
Alright so i decided to go ahead and try to re-do my overclocks since everything appeared to be fine with out an OC. I lowered my CPU clock speed to 4.4 (instead of 4.5) and ran Prime95 for more than 10 hours no problems. So I stopped the stress test figuring everything was fine and just started browsing the internet and of coarse my computer shuts off. This time I did have auto restart turned off and got the BSOD. Is it just my OC needs more voltage or may it be something else? Its just kind of mind boggling to me how I ran over a 10 hour stress test with no problems then literally only have Skype and google chrome open (only using google chrome) so my computer is doing near nothing and my computer shuts off/BSOD.
(The only thing i had overclocked at the time was my cpu. both the GPU and ram were on defaults)
post #38 of 51
What was the BSOD code?
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post #39 of 51
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What was the BSOD code?
I dont remember exactly but. I do know it was nothing as far as software. It was the hardware failure screen. "Take out any rescently installed software" yada yada yada tongue.gif no codes as far as I remembered
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I dont remember exactly but. I do know it was nothing as far as software. It was the hardware failure screen. "Take out any rescently installed software" yada yada yada tongue.gif no codes as far as I remembered

You are not diagnosing the issue properly. BSOD code, even if it says "yada yada yada", doesn't mean it's hardware related.

From the begginning you did not follow any step properly.
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