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post #1 of 7
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ok i just managed to shuffled together a new rig, i assembled everything according to the manual and instructions, i connected everything and turned the power on, all my fans including the heat sink, PSU, case fans gfx card fans came alive and were spinning, but im getting no response from the motherboard. i cant even operate my DVD drive, no beeps, no signals on my monitor no, no response at all.


can someone please help me with this problem, one thing i have noticed is that my PSU doesnt having a 4pin ATX 12V connector in a shape of the square, im only using a 24pin ATX cable as power to my mobo.

my specs are


E6320
P965 PSD
2gb ram
8800GTS
Silverstone olympia 650w PSU



cheers and thanx alot in advance
post #2 of 7
hmm, this may sound stupid, but did you connect the 4 pin cpu cable?

oops sorry, for some reason, I thought you said 6pin for the gfx card.

Are you sure you don't have the 4 pin connector? Because that may be the problem. When I installed my zalman cpu cooler, I had to take out the mobo, and install a backplate, and when i reinstalled the mobo, i forgot to plug the cpu cable in and it did exactly as you said. So that would be my guess.
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post #3 of 7
oh, i just read that that psu has an 8 pin connector that splits apart into two 4 pin 12v plugs.
your psu review page three paragraph above the last pic.
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post #4 of 7
here, look at the pic with all the wires If that is your psu, it has a 4pin cpu power connector, you just have to find it lol.
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post #5 of 7
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ok thanx ill have a closer look when i get home
post #6 of 7
If your PSU is not the problem, it could either be your motherboard or your video card, you will have to troubleshoot, by trying it on another computer, the video card I mean to see if it is the video card. If you have another PSU, you can try that too. Remember to strip your motherboard to the lowest when testing.
post #7 of 7
doesnt youur 4pin ATX 12V have to be connected to the motherboard as well as the 24 ATX 12V connector as well?
    
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