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I thought those processors were smart enough to shut the power down when they are over Tjunction (100C),so i dont really think his cpu would have a problem working.
post #32 of 51
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Originally Posted by demoship View Post
You tried to use it without a heatsink?

That'll kill it.
partly right, older chips would die, but with all these protections nowadays that would not kill it....
Take a look @ this....it could be the fluid that did it in, did it run after this happened?

this happens when you remove the heatsink while the system runs....

some CPU's were harmed during the making of this film
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i tryed powering up my system and touch the chip with out a cooler and it is HOT!
What on God's Earth possessed you to do that!? Whats the logic behind it!? "Hmmm I wonder... will my CPU be hot without it's cooler!?" Common sense could've answered that for you OFFC it's going to be hot.. Man, I just can't believe how absolutely stupid that is.

Man, this is up there with the guy who cut a GF7 PCI-E into a PCI..
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post #34 of 51
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not a new build no beeps this happend right after i TOOK eveything apart to reseat my HS
First thing I would do is go over the system visually and make sure you plugged everything back in properly and firmly. It's always the little things.......like did you plug the video card in. LOL Done that once myself


Then, do as t4ct1c47 suggested and boot the system with no RAM or cards. Then install the video card and try again with no RAM.
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Ya good idea like thumper and tactic47 say, check the other things. Your cpu is probably just fine. Some of you other guys honestly are being too paranoid, and being a little unrealistic about what he did. Doing what he did isn't a good thing for sure, but I think all this "can't believe your chip still works" stuff is a little overboard. For just a few seconds he probably did no permanent damage, and I wouldn't be a bit surprised if this chip still works great many years from now .

I noticed you have 4x1gb of ram in your rig, have you tried booting with only one of the sticks? If it doesn't work, then try one more stick by itself too. One bad stick can deffinitely make a rig not POST, so you need to eliminate it.

Also, I'm sure you did, but make sure you have the clear cmos jumper back in the correct position or your rig probably won't post like it's doing. You should try another vid card if you can, but sounds more like a ram or mobo problem to me. Well good luck with it man , and don't worry too much about your chip, I think your probably fine. But I wouldn't do that again, deffinitely not good. No reason at all to ever do that, unless your some guy making a youtube video, trying to cook a sausage on it or something .

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.......like did you plug the video card in. LOL Done that once myself
Ya lol, or like the other day when I put my other rig back together. Checked all the connectors everything looked good. Then I went to power it up and no post. For a sec I was thinking awww crap, then I realized I forgot to put the ram back in heheh .
    
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post #36 of 51
I wonder if he's tryed removeing the other components and booting?

Meh, with the limited information so far I'm guessing the motherboard is dead.

This is for everyone who instantly assumed the Q6600 would be dead;

This chap was obviously haveing boot problems and was trying a very simple fault finding method to ensure that the CPU was getting power. If the CPU was the reason the system wouldn't post then it wouldn't get warm to the touch. If it the CPU was receiveing power, then the CPU would be hot. Powering up a system for a few seconds, long enough for the CPU to warm up, wont do any permanent damage.

Is this a dangerous method? Yes, if you're stupid enough to try it for more than a few seconds, otherwise its perfectly safe.
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Man, people believe anything on the internet these days
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Thread Starter 
wooo and here im back after doing some testes

so i did what t4ct1c47 told me to power system with no cpu or ram

when i powered system with 1 stick of ram and noting elese no cpu noting System did not beep just sounded like how it was normally

Same with no ram stick and with cpu and CPU started geting warm but still the same results no beep no display NOTHING

any idea?

and i think i just killed my power supply also doing these test NO clue how it happen but its not giveing me any power at all lucky for me i got a back up PS
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I had a old celey laptop that i took apart back in the day and i turned it on and got to the boot screen before it shut down it i had that laptop for 3 more years and just soled it to a friend and it is still running strong.So i can say for exp that is not realy going to hurt anything.
    
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its not the cpu PEOPLE its working fine
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