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Try Clearing your CMOS and remove the bat then take every thing out your pc, your gfx card, CPU, ram. Take out all your pci cards and unplug your cd drives etc.
Then put your gfx card, cpu and 1 stick of ram back in put your CMOS bat back in and boot if you have no success.
Try taking your mobo out putting it on something non conductive like the box it came in and put your GFX card and 1 stick of ram in and try booting from the power unit in another PC(the pc your on now maybe) your mobo is shorting out on your case hence putting it on something non conductive
a while back I had a similar problem got a new PC now BUT all the old stuff has suddenly come back to life. CPUs some times over heat and die completely from
electron migration but over time out of the mother board just lying around in a box for a long time it will slowly repair its self to it former glory (cool) thats what I think happened to me any ways . so I use it as back up hardware
good luck any ways
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it currently on the bag that mbs come in with 1 stick ram and just the psu it runs good but when I insert the cpu it stops booting.. I just tried it with a different psu a antec 380w and it does the same thing ... I think the cpu is a former one need to find a cheep skt939 so that I can get my files off my Sata hdds then I might sell the xtra parts and go intel

can I test the PSU in a friends rig without fearing it could damage anything?
post #13 of 33
wait.. are you putting in the CPU while the power is on?

Don't try to test the PSU in your friend's rig, if the PSU is bad it could take out your friend's rig too.
    
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wait.. are you putting in the CPU while the power is on?

Don't try to test the PSU in your friend's rig, if the PSU is bad it could take out your friend's rig too.
okay I wont test it but I can test the CPU right?

no I'm not putting it in while the power is on
post #15 of 33
Yeah, try your CPU in his rig, can't hurt anything. But don't try the PSU on anything you're not willing to pay for. (You broke it you bought it.)
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Testing your CPU in another compatible motherboard will be fine. Just dont try and use it in your system with a dodgy PSU. Also when you next get a PSU avoid Antec if you can. I hear bad stories about them generally.
post #17 of 33
Jeppe, was that proc priming at like 1.55v - 1.6v ? Or was it stock? Someone correct me if I am wrong but at stock volts, I don't think the processor would all of a sudden die from excess heat, it would just crash or lock up.

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Also when you next get a PSU avoid Antec if you can. I hear bad stories about them generally.
Thats sad, I remember when Antec use to be good....or were they ever? hehe
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Testing your CPU in another compatible motherboard will be fine. Just dont try and use it in your system with a dodgy PSU. Also when you next get a PSU avoid Antec if you can. I hear bad stories about them generally.
Hmm it had got great reviews so I thought it would be good
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Jeppe, was that proc priming at like 1.55v - 1.6v ? Or was it stock? Someone correct me if I am wrong but at stock volts, I don't think the processor would all of a sudden die from excess heat, it would just crash or lock up.
I was priming it at somewhere around 1.40 - 42
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Hmm it had got great reviews so I thought it would be good
Where did you read the reviews from?

Review sites are great to get reviews from, newegg and any other retailer sites have reviews written by people with little or no knowledge of the product or computers in general. It is best to just read them to see what people say, and to avoid taking them seriously.
    
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Hmm it had got great reviews so I thought it would be good


I was priming it at somewhere around 1.40 - 42
A friend of mine had to replace his twice...One never worked and the other just died. Not only that I just hear displeasing stories really.
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