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post #1 of 23
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Ok so I got some really nice cables and Cathods and lasers and whatnot and I got everything to look nice...however after I put everything back together my system powers on all the lights and everything but the monitor doesnt turn on. I noticed that my Arctic Freezer Pro 7's fan didn't come on the first few times and then it came on at low speed after a few restarts. The computer came on one time and the CPu fan went from low speed to high speed and then the screen turned on...however my CPU fan stays on low speed and monitor doesn't turn on. What could be the problem?
post #2 of 23
fan speed is probbally messed up in bios. and one of my fans doesnt turn on also when i restart i have to manually reach in and spin it then it goes. Butdouble check all power connetors and that your video card didnt slip out of the PCIe slot.
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I have seen this happen before except I forgot to plug in the CPU 4 pin connector to the mobo...this time I double checked and it's in good...hrrm I guess I will take everything apart and re-do ti tommarow to start over...damn lol anyone else have any other ideas before I do that.
post #4 of 23
take out video card and put it back in just try that, if not then reset cmos?
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Well this happened to an Open Box P5N-E I had before and I had to RMA it....I'm scared that somehow I broke something. I mean I watched it turn on once but I don't want to RMA the DS3R that can hit 520 FSB like nothing...when I get home I will clear the CMOS and unplug and put everything back together. Is it possible that since I don't have a northbridge heatsink on the chip that the board won't post?
post #6 of 23
It is the fan speed in the BIOS, go through and check the speeds, put them at 100%.
    
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post #7 of 23
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No i can't even get into BIOS becuase my monitor wouldn't even turn on
post #8 of 23
Recheck the connections, reseat the card(s).
    
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Yea i'm going to do that when I get home...is it possible I somehow fried the board while inside the case? It booted up once....but only once after i hooked everything back up.
post #10 of 23
As long as you grounded yourself on the side of the case or something metal before you started messing around inside it then there is little chance you fried the board unless you broke something off.

I'm not familiar with the board, did it come with no Northbridge heatsink?

If you reset CMOS it will reset the fan speeds set in Bios and then you should be able to boot to the Bios and set them all to 100%
    
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