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Built a new rig this past week, everything was working fine while i was using and testing it.

ASUS Maximus VIII Hero
Intel i5 6600k
GSkill Ripjaw V DDR4 3200 F4-3200C16Q-16GVKB
EVGA SuperNOVA 550w
Hyper 212 EVO
EVGA GTX 970 SC

I did a bit of overlocking (complete novice) and it seemed to be stable.


Everything seemed fine so I turned it off when i went to sleep, when i tried to turn it on in the morning it would not post or display anything on the screen. I looked at the QCode LED and it displayed 00. The CPU fan was running full speed but the other fans were off.

Weirdly enough i tried turned off the power via the PSU and waited about 20 seconds, then it booted just fine. But it happens every time I decide to leave the computer off for a while it wont post again. I have no idea what it could be.
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All 3 of my asus boards have done that. Your overclock is fine.

Did you make sure you use all the mobo stand offs? A lot of asus mobos are slightly warped and can get a little close to the back of your case.
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Adata SP900  Seagate 2TB hard drive (the power of 1 edition)  Custom WC Loop Linux (various versions) 
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Originally Posted by joch View Post

Built a new rig this past week, everything was working fine while i was using and testing it.

ASUS Maximus VIII Hero
Intel i5 6600k
GSkill Ripjaw V DDR4 3200 F4-3200C16Q-16GVKB
EVGA SuperNOVA 550w
Hyper 212 EVO
EVGA GTX 970 SC

I did a bit of overlocking (complete novice) and it seemed to be stable.


Everything seemed fine so I turned it off when i went to sleep, when i tried to turn it on in the morning it would not post or display anything on the screen. I looked at the QCode LED and it displayed 00. The CPU fan was running full speed but the other fans were off.

Weirdly enough i tried turned off the power via the PSU and waited about 20 seconds, then it booted just fine. But it happens every time I decide to leave the computer off for a while it wont post again. I have no idea what it could be.

My last two computers have done that as well. (Just my hunch) I have always thought when some PSU sit for bit maybe the internals lose some stored power and cannot supply the rush needed for a full boot of the system (amperage), but on the second try it is good to go. Probably way off but I have had that happen a few times and it always happens when I have been away for weekend or something like that. Happens with my haswell using a Corsair HX850 and later also after I got my third 290x and upgraded to an EVGA 1300G2. It happens now with this system using an EVGA 1000P2 when it happens it gets to the pre-bios bios screen with the three choices, I enter the bios, load my overclock press F10 and it always boots that second try. This is why I felt it was what it was. So think about it with disclaimer that compared to PSU enthusiasts I don't know jack smile.gif
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