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Can i use Asus G41+E7500 combo for rectifying Mobo / PSU problem ?

Nothing you do to OTHER components is going to fix a faulty component.

Thats like asking if by filling your gas tank you can fix an oil problem in your car. Unrelated.

The more you use that power supply, the more it may damage your components.
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Nothing you do to OTHER components is going to fix a faulty component.

Thats like asking if by filling your gas tank you can fix an oil problem in your car. Unrelated.

The more you use that power supply, the more it may damage your components.

Thanks for reply. I just want to rectify the problem by using that combo.

If system restarts using G41 combo+ PSU then its PSU problem if not then its My mobo.

Thats why i am asking.
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Update :-

I installed G41+E7500+HD7950 combo n tested full night with occt. No restart so far.
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Update :-

I installed G41+E7500+HD7950 combo n tested full night with occt. No restart so far.

Interesting. It would seem your motherboard might be at fault, either that or your power supply has degraded severely to the point that it's not even able to output 600w.
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Interesting. It would seem your motherboard might be at fault, either that or your power supply has degraded severely to the point that it's not even able to output 600w.

Thanks for reply.

Update:-

I installed my old combo i.e. Z77+I5 3750k +HD 7950 with stock cooler. (Use Stock cooler because i thought may be Thermaltek Archon giving pressure on CPU ) Run OCCT , but within 3-5 min. OCCT gave error of High temp near abt 86 c (But no restart). Also played CS:Go and Just Cause 3 on stock cooler but No restart. But feeling lag after sometime.

So because of temp error given by OCCT and lagging i decide to install Thermaltek Archon again . After that Run CS:GO after some time but system restrats. Run OCCT , restart again n max temp 74 C. After that i shutdown system for a night. In the Sunday morning i start system and run OCCT again for test , this time no Restart. Played CS:GO till evening no restart. Till now no restart problem hit the system.

Solid confusion . What to do ? frown.gif
Edited by rahulsuraj - 10/9/17 at 5:02am
post #26 of 45
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Thanks for reply.

Update:-

I installed my old combo i.e. Z77+I5 3750k +HD 7950 with stock cooler. (Use Stock cooler because i thought may be Thermaltek Archon giving pressure on CPU ) Run OCCT , but within 3-5 min. OCCT gave error of High temp near abt 86 c (But no restart). Also played CS:Go and Just Cause 3 on stock cooler but No restart. But feeling lag after sometime.

So because of temp error given by OCCT and lagging i decide to install Thermaltek Archon again . After that Run CS:GO after some time but system restrats. Run OCCT , restart again n max temp 74 C. After that i shutdown system for a night. In the Sunday morning i start system and run OCCT again for test , this time no Restart. Played CS:GO till evening no restart. Till now no restart problem hit the system.

Solid confusion . What to do ? frown.gif

hmmm, so this appears to happen with the thermaltake Archon? How tight are you tigtening the bolts that hold the archon? If you went TOO tight, you may be damaging the board and crushing some of the pcb traces.
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hmmm, so this appears to happen with the thermaltake Archon? How tight are you tigtening the bolts that hold the archon? If you went TOO tight, you may be damaging the board and crushing some of the pcb traces.

I tight the screw till it stop moving. I think its pretty much tight. But if i loose the screw cooler start moving when u pull or push it .

The screw which i m talking about :-

jhL955tl.jpg
Edited by rahulsuraj - 10/9/17 at 6:03am
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I tight the screw till it stop moving. I think its pretty much tight. But if i loose the screw cooler start moving when u pull or push it .

The screw which i m talking about :-

jhL955tl.jpg

where is your motherboard right now? in its case?
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Ok. You're rushing a bit here.
Go back to the stock cooler.
Use it for a day. No more rushing. Make sure you apply decent thermal paste (do not use the original thermal pad if that's what you're using) and just use the system. Stop with the stress testing. That's not helping.

Report back after a day. If you get absolutely no restarts, then it's probably the Thermalright bracket causing motherboard flex.

I know all about that bracket. I have a Venemous-X which has the same type of bracket. That screw is only suppposed to be given a SMALL partial turn, at most a quarter turn. You're supposed to turn it with your hands until it can't turn anymore, then after you can't move it, give it at MOST a quarter turn with the tool. Some people mentioned that they got the best temps WITHOUT using the tool. If you apply it correctly (example: make a turn BEFORE even attaching it and then attach it and screw it down) that might even work better. The heatsink should NOT move freely by itself, and should have SOME resistance, but should be turnable with force.

P.S. I NEVER Said you were wasting my time. I said you were wasting YOUR time by repeated stress testing. Stress testing like this is nothing but OCD and ridiculous and serves no purpose unless you're trying to push hardware to the limit (again, to satisfy OCD).
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where is your motherboard right now? in its case?

Its in the case right now .

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Ok. You're rushing a bit here.
Go back to the stock cooler.
Use it for a day. No more rushing. Make sure you apply decent thermal paste (do not use the original thermal pad if that's what you're using) and just use the system. Stop with the stress testing. That's not helping.

Report back after a day. If you get absolutely no restarts, then it's probably the Thermalright bracket causing motherboard flex.

I know all about that bracket. I have a Venemous-X which has the same type of bracket. That screw is only suppposed to be given a SMALL partial turn, at most a quarter turn. You're supposed to turn it with your hands until it can't turn anymore, then after you can't move it, give it at MOST a quarter turn with the tool. Some people mentioned that they got the best temps WITHOUT using the tool. If you apply it correctly (example: make a turn BEFORE even attaching it and then attach it and screw it down) that might even work better. The heatsink should NOT move freely by itself, and should have SOME resistance, but should be turnable with force.

P.S. I NEVER Said you were wasting my time. I said you were wasting YOUR time by repeated stress testing. Stress testing like this is nothing but OCD and ridiculous and serves no purpose unless you're trying to push hardware to the limit (again, to satisfy OCD).

After Boinz reply , i remove the screw of that pressure plate n install it again by hand without using that tool.

Will use the system till 24 hrs n report back. As per your suggestion will not stress test . But can i play games on it ?
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