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Update for you guys on 3.15, looking good so far, will deff keep you all posted.
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post #3642 of 28706
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Update for you guys on 3.15, looking good so far, will deff keep you all posted.
well man you have me sold on the watercooled. I may even try and find a new Opty. I really would like to stay away from Ebay if possible buying a new one thou. Just don't trust it over there.

I do need some upgrade.

1. PSU, I have been thinking of switching to PC P&C
2. Case, something from CoolerMaster for sure.


Here is something for you guys to ponder. I can home from work the other day to find my PC turned off. I figured my sister was using it and turned it off when she was finished. I asked and she said she had not touched it. Sooooo... I hit power button to find that I get no response other than a few lights turn on then off again just as quick.

I start removing one component at a time starting with the Vid card. Then the RAM, CD/DVD Drives and HDD. I hit the powwer button and the system boots up as much as it can without the HDD. Ok so I add the HDD back and RAM. It's boots and stays on. I then the rest of the components back and the PC stay running. I shut down and reboot a number of times with no issues.

I guessing something may have been grounded some how. I check all the wires and such and find nothing that looks grounded. Now I have no idea what would cause it to shutdown and not boot OR even spin the fans. Any idea's?
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Here is something for you guys to ponder. I can home from work the other day to find my PC turned off. I figured my sister was using it and turned it off when she was finished. I asked and she said she had not touched it. Sooooo... I hit power button to find that I get no response other than a few lights turn on then off again just as quick.

I start removing one component at a time starting with the Vid card. Then the RAM, CD/DVD Drives and HDD. I hit the powwer button and the system boots up as much as it can without the HDD. Ok so I add the HDD back and RAM. It's boots and stays on. I then the rest of the components back and the PC stay running. I shut down and reboot a number of times with no issues.

I guessing something may have been grounded some how. I check all the wires and such and find nothing that looks grounded. Now I have no idea what would cause it to shutdown and not boot OR even spin the fans. Any idea's?
GuardianOdin, is the machine directly plugged into the wall? Are you on a surge protector/ups? Also put your nose up to the PSU(exhaust or intake) and make sure the evil smell of burnt electronics is not lingering. Check each cap on the board and make sure they are not bulging/leaking. Was the machine idling when you left work in the morning?

Good luck
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GuardianOdin, is the machine directly plugged into the wall? Are you on a surge protector/ups? Also put your nose up to the PSU(exhaust or intake) and make sure the evil smell of burnt electronics is not lingering. Check each cap on the board and make sure they are not bulging/leaking. Was the machine idling when you left work in the morning?

Good luck
I checked for the magical white smoke smell that makes all electronic run Didn't seem to notice it. The Mobo looks to be ok. I'll take another look at it in the morning.

When I left for work the other day it was Folding. I may have mistakenly had a high OC at the time too......

I have run some bench marks and even upped it to 3.1Ghz again and it seems solid. So yeah no clue what happened.

EDIT: I have it plugged into a small surge protector. One of those Walgreen specials everyone has.
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post #3645 of 28706
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well man you have me sold on the watercooled. I may even try and find a new Opty. I really would like to stay away from Ebay if possible buying a new one thou. Just don't trust it over there.

I do need some upgrade.

1. PSU, I have been thinking of switching to PC P&C
2. Case, something from CoolerMaster for sure.


Here is something for you guys to ponder. I can home from work the other day to find my PC turned off. I figured my sister was using it and turned it off when she was finished. I asked and she said she had not touched it. Sooooo... I hit power button to find that I get no response other than a few lights turn on then off again just as quick.

I start removing one component at a time starting with the Vid card. Then the RAM, CD/DVD Drives and HDD. I hit the powwer button and the system boots up as much as it can without the HDD. Ok so I add the HDD back and RAM. It's boots and stays on. I then the rest of the components back and the PC stay running. I shut down and reboot a number of times with no issues.

I guessing something may have been grounded some how. I check all the wires and such and find nothing that looks grounded. Now I have no idea what would cause it to shutdown and not boot OR even spin the fans. Any idea's?

PC Power & Cooling 750w Silencer Cooler Master CM 690 = Win hehe
 
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PC Power & Cooling 750w Silencer Cooler Master CM 690 = Win hehe
That would be nice. Oh and BTW your brackets are on the way
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When I left for work the other day it was Folding. I may have mistakenly had a high OC at the time too......
Guardian, ahh perhaps that is the problem

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EDIT: I have it plugged into a small surge protector. One of those Walgreen specials everyone has.
If your budget permits I'd recommend picking up a nice APC unit. I can almost guarantee those will hold up during a surge. Not only are they good for battery backup but they also filter electrical noise which can sometimes wreak havoc on a machine.

Good luck buddy
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PC Power & Cooling 750w Silencere
Iandroo, that is way overkill for his rig
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Guardian, ahh perhaps that is the problem



If your budget permits I'd recommend picking up a nice APC unit. I can almost guarantee those will hold up during a surge. Not only are they good for battery backup but they also filter electrical noise which can sometimes wreak havoc on a machine.

Good luck buddy
I'm going to see if my Boss has an extra surge protector one from the business. The few we have in the office are heavy as hell,but they work!

I believe I running the High HT at the time. 377-379 somewhere around that. Bah! should have paid attention.
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since when was "overkill" in the overclocking dictionary?

and sweet! cant wait for the brackets to come!

*edit*

MAN! its so hard getting the sides straight and sanded nicely without ruining the brushed aluminum T_T
 
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