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Heyall,

I'm having a problem with my system it wont boot up it just turns on for seconds then turns off, does this in a loop, it has been working fine before but i don't know what happened later.

It is a computer with i7-3820 and Gigabyte X79-UDF and H60 one, i remember it did boot into bios once and i checked the cpu temp, it reached around 90C at stock speed, so i don't know if that was the reason of the loop or not.

I checked the cable of H60, i connected to that 3 pin on mobo and didn't work, then connected or plugged i into that 4-pic which says CPU-Fan and also didn't solve the problem and the heat is high and then i can't log in BIOS at all either, so how can i solve this problem now?
   
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Heyall,

I'm having a problem with my system it wont boot up it just turns on for seconds then turns off, does this in a loop, it has been working fine before but i don't know what happened later.

It is a computer with i7-3820 and Gigabyte X79-UDF and H60 one, i remember it did boot into bios once and i checked the cpu temp, it reached around 90C at stock speed, so i don't know if that was the reason of the loop or not.

I checked the cable of H60, i connected to that 3 pin on mobo and didn't work, then connected or plugged i into that 4-pic which says CPU-Fan and also didn't solve the problem and the heat is high and then i can't log in BIOS at all either, so how can i solve this problem now?
try reinstalling your ram sticks....
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try reinstalling your ram sticks....

Oh, so that may be the reason?

Ok, once i get back home i will give that a try, thanks, and i hope it will solve it.
   
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post #4 of 31
If you can't get into bios a good option is to clear the cmos. The manual that came with your MB should show you how to do it.
post #5 of 31
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Well, i got busy few days ago, but i tried re-installing the memory, didn't work, i got into BIOS for 2 or 3 times but never get into Windows then it doesn't turn on at all, the heat getting increasing until it is no way to turn on the computer, so what happened to that cooler?

The fan is intake position, don't know if that cooler is dead or if it is not good enough, i really don't know what to do.

I will try clearing the cmos if that will help and see.
   
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post #6 of 31
It sounds like the H60's pump is not working.

Does the radiator's fan work? If it does, can you feel the pump is working on the cpu block? If so, have you seated the block correctly?
post #7 of 31
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It sounds like the H60's pump is not working.

Does the radiator's fan work? If it does, can you feel the pump is working on the cpu block? If so, have you seated the block correctly?

Maybe, not sure.

Well, to answer your questions i should know all details.

The fan works, i can't feel it but i see it spinning so i t should be working. How can i feel the pump working? by touching it?

How can i seat the block correctly.
   
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post #8 of 31
The cooler is good enough, sounds like its not plugged in correctly.

Did you follow any installation guides for the cpu cooler install?

H60 Installation Guide
post #9 of 31
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Originally Posted by daguardian View Post

The cooler is good enough, sounds like its not plugged in correctly.

Did you follow any installation guides for the cpu cooler install?

H60 Installation Guide

I am at work now and can't open youtube links, so when i will get back home i will check it out, i also think the cooler is fine, i used it on 3930K before without OC and it works fine.

Well update here when i check that link and MB guide book.
   
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post #10 of 31
Just to elaborate....

I had a similar issue a few weeks back.

I re-wired my H100 and the molex was't connected properly.

When i powered PC back on everything seemed fine (fans lights etc) but as windows was loading it shut down - and then went into a 'loop' where it would power on and startup only to shut down soon after.

It is the thermal protection for the CPU kicking in to avoid damage.
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