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post #11 of 35
I wouldn't trust anything that computer store told you. Once had a computer die on me and carried it to a store. Oh they said it was the mobo that went bad. Bought a mobo and still no boot. checked on the internet and found it could also be the PSU. Replaced that and haven't been to back to a store for help since then 12 years ago.
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post #12 of 35
how could they really find all 3 items at fault? did they test each item in another system (I doubt it)? I think they are just guessing.
exchange your psu for a better one and hopefully new egg will replace everything for you, oh and since new egg doesn't test mother boards cpu memory they will not be able to see that you overclocked. and never take your system to a computer shop, if you in fact built and overclocked the system yourself I feel you are smart enough to do some research and figure out the problem yourself.
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post #13 of 35
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Thank you everyone for your suggestions.

Not all of the parts were bad, but it seemed like something caused them to go bad. I agree that the information from the computer store may have been missed guided but the thing is that i did not have the capability to test the parts myself.

I know for a fact that the mother board and processor are fried but they told me the power supply was fine.

Based on all the info once the new parts arrive i am going to buy a completely different power supply but that didn't really seem to be the problem because all of the hard drives and everything seem to work just fine.
post #14 of 35
Subbed because I had a similar problem with an Asus p8z68 v PRO and an overclocked 2500k.

It went from bad to worse. First it was the Windows boot loop. After I would get white screens/no signal. Then it would not even enter bios. Clearing Cmos helped a bit at first but it got worse. Tested the Ram, CPU, Psu, and hard drive on another motherboard and they work fine. The device noot LED was red but I read that almost every component can activate it.

I suspect that a RAM slot was bad.
post #15 of 35
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Thank you everyone for your suggestions.

Not all of the parts were bad, but it seemed like something caused them to go bad. I agree that the information from the computer store may have been missed guided but the thing is that i did not have the capability to test the parts myself.

I know for a fact that the mother board and processor are fried but they told me the power supply was fine.

Based on all the info once the new parts arrive i am going to buy a completely different power supply but that didn't really seem to be the problem because all of the hard drives and everything seem to work just fine.

How did you CPU fry? That's like next to impossible unless you're deliberately trying to fry it. One thing you didn't mention is your CPU cooler... what CPU cooler do you have? Did you ever stress test your setup? What temperatures did you get? Have you tried switching out the boot drive with another drive? Did you clear the CMOS?
post #16 of 35
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The CPU cooler is a hyper Cooler master hyper D92. I was careful about monitoring the CPU temp during gaming and it never got any where near excessive. I should probably have gotten a liquid cooler but i dont think CPU temp was the problem.
post #17 of 35
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they just told me it was dead and i couldnt do anything about it. so "fried" might not be the right term but it def doesn't work.
post #18 of 35
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they just told me it was dead and i couldnt do anything about it. so "fried" might not be the right term but it def doesn't work.
It is very hard to kill a CPU.
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It is very hard to kill a CPU.

that was what i always thought so thats why i was surprised when they told me the OC is probably what did it. They indirectly told me i was stupid for trying to OC an intel processor.

I m not going go back but the only thing i can do now is wait for the new parts and get a new power supply.
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that was what i always thought so thats why i was surprised when they told me the OC is probably what did it. They indirectly told me i was stupid for trying to OC an intel processor.

I m not going go back but the only thing i can do now is wait for the new parts and get a new power supply.
Yeah, don't ever darken their doorway again.

What's the name of this shop, anyways?
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