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post #21 of 58
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Originally Posted by RonOdinn View Post
Every square/roundedsquare plug on your motherboard needs a connector in it.
Except the floppy, IDE, extra SATA, USB, sound, extra ram slots, extra pci slots...
Don't get me wrong Ron, I'm glad to see a new member contributing, but when giving instruction to people with less experience such vague statements should be avoided. They could be misunderstood

Treasure, Just deal with the plugs shown in the link I gave. the large 20+4 goes in the only spot that will fit them all in a row. Half of the 4+4 goes in the 4 pin by the CPU. If something else is broken, this needs to be fixed either way for us to diagnose it.
post #22 of 58
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Originally Posted by noldevin View Post
Except the floppy, IDE, extra SATA, USB, sound, extra ram slots, extra pci slots...
Don't get me wrong Ron, I'm glad to see a new member contributing, but when giving instruction to people with less experience such vague statements should be avoided. They could be misunderstood

Treasure, Just deal with the plugs shown in the link I gave. the large 20+4 goes in the only spot that will fit them all in a row. Half of the 4+4 goes in the 4 pin by the CPU.
Maybe I should say the white colored plugs on the motherboard that are either squares or rounded squares. =D
post #23 of 58
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Pic of my mobo with the 24+4 pins + the 4 pins near the CPU.
http://img368.imageshack.us/img368/3171/safsduo0.jpg

Yes, the 4 pins from the 24 pins connector are detachable. So I plug this 24 pins + the detachable 4 pins into the connctor as shown in the pic.

However, I didn't plug in the 4 pins right next to the CPU. I'll try plug it in and will get back to you guys.

I'm using this RAM:
http://www.newegg.com/product/produc...82E16820231166
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post #24 of 58
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Originally Posted by TreasureDen View Post
Pic of my mobo with the 24+4 pins + the 4 pins near the CPU.

Yes, the 4 pins from the 24 pins connector are detachable. So I plug this 24 pins + the 4 detachable 4 pins into the connctor as shown in the pic.

However, I didn't plug in the 4 pins right next to the CPU.
Hopefully plugging it in corrects the issue and you are ready to tinker!
post #25 of 58
This totally reminds me of the time i was doing a build for my friend and his mobo was a 24 pin but his psu was a 20 pin. He got impatient and put it together himself, and just stuck the 20 pin in and left 4 slots open. He blew out his mobo and then tried to blame me lol. Anyway back on topic, I hope this fixes your issue!
post #26 of 58
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This totally reminds me of the time i was doing a build for my friend and his mobo was a 24 pin but his psu was a 20 pin. He got impatient and put it together himself, and just stuck the 20 pin in and left 4 slots open. He blew out his mobo and then tried to blame me lol. Anyway back on topic, I hope this fixes your issue!
Lmao
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post #27 of 58
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Ok, here is what I just did. I took the mobo out of the case, disconnect everything. And plug it only these thing:

Video card in the PCI-E x16 slot, with two 6 pins power connector connect to it.

Connect the power for the watercooling and fans, and connect the RPM sensor to the cpu fan header.

Two sticks of RAM in slot 1, 3 dual channel mode.

Power switch, from the case to the mobo.

24 pins plus the 4 pins in the ATX slot.

Plug in another 4 pins connector to the 4 pins near the CPU.

Surprising, the computer have power (before no power). But still won't boot.
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post #28 of 58
Is your monitor plugged in? Also, some select motherboards refuse to boot without a SYSFAN readout, if any of your fans have that extra yellow wire dangling off, plug it into your mobo's sysfan plug and give it a try. If that doesnt work, try it on the other various fan ports. If none have that single yellow wire, try plugging a 3 pin fan into it (hopefully you have one)
post #29 of 58
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Yes, the monitor is connect to the video card, in DVI slot 1.

The watercooling system come with 2 fans with 3 pins connector. I plug 1 in system fan, and 1 in power fan, both fans are running, when I turn on the computer.
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post #30 of 58
Try taking the one out of the power fan plug and putting it into the cpu fan plug. Don't worry if the socket is 4 pins and your plug is 3, it should only fit one way (on the left-most pins).
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