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post #41 of 58
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I guess thats what you get for getting a power saving mobo for a water cooled system
Are you saying, the water cooling is taking a toll on the mobo so it wont' start up? Or the RAM? Please don't confuse me.
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post #42 of 58
Im running 4 pin CPU plug only and everything is ok.....Do you have any other RAM to try?.........pull out your CMOS battery, plug it back in and try again....or check for any water leakage.....oh yeah....some motherboards don't have POST beep enabled by default.....and I just pulled out my ram and turned my pc on and it didnt do squat......so maybe that is the problem!
    
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post #43 of 58
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No water leak, took out the battery and clear the CMOS. Not working. I'm going to try to get a cheap RAM later and see if it'll work.
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post #44 of 58
No no I'm not saying it has anything to do with the watercooling, I'n just saying you are kind of contradicting yourself by going with a very high performance cooling setup with a purposely lower performance motherboard.
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No no I'm not saying it has anything to do with the watercooling, I'n just saying you are kind of contradicting yourself by going with a very high performance cooling setup with a purposely lower performance motherboard.
Well, I'm kinda a noob, so I didn't know it when choosing the part. Hence the RAM problem, stupid me. I just hope that the RAM is the problem. I ordered a cheap RAM from newegg and now are waiting for it to come. If this doesn't fix the problem, I'll probably go mad.
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post #46 of 58
Honestly if this were my build I would send back the mobo and get a more robust one, especially if you plan to overclock or might want SLI in the future.
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Honestly if this were my build I would send back the mobo and get a more robust one, especially if you plan to overclock or might want SLI in the future.
I read a review somewhere for this mobo, and it say it was a pretty good overclocker, push the FSB to 500 something with cooling on the chip, that's why I get this mobo, and I don't plan on SLI. Thank you for your suggestion though, no mean any disrespect.
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post #48 of 58
None taken. My suggestion is find some cheap low voltage ram off newegg, put it in your system and raise the voltage to your good ram's specs (if it is truly a good overclocker, it will have voltage options for just about everything), and then either return the ram if you are short on cash, or keep it as a backup in case you need to reset your CMOS in the future.
post #49 of 58
Ok look,
Your all noobs, Hes new, break this down step by step for him.

So basically if u break it down the only possibilities of issuess are:

CPU(Unlikely)
RAM(Very Likely)
Mobo(unlikely)
GPU(Doubt it)
PSU(Doubt it)
Bad configuration(Very probable)

Basically first thing u should go do is reseat ur Waterblock with fresh thermal paste, connect only needed peripherals outside of your case, Clear CMOS and do a fresh boot with only one stick of ram.

If that doesnt work, move on to the next easiest part that u can test out, If u have another Mobo/cpu/ram/gpu/psu try them, Id try ram first, than gpu, than Psu, than cpu, than mobo.

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post #50 of 58
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Ok, I got it to boot up once with the new RAM. Here is what happened so far:

I boot it up with the mobo outside the case, and only with CPU, 1 stick of the new RAM, and video card. It boot up and say system disk fail, insert system disk and press enter.

I shut it down, put everything back into the case. Now it won't boot up nor have power. It will try to power up, then shut down in second. However, if I unplug the 4 pins power near the CPU, it will have power, but won't post.

There's no unuse spacer on the bottom of the mobo, and all 6 screws on the mobo are not loose.

So what is the problem now?

PS: Have not change the voltage setting for the RAM yet, still using the new RAM with v1.8.


EDIT: I took, mobo out of the case again, and try it again with only CPU, RAM and video card. But this time for whatever reason, I turn it on, and it shut off immediately, if I unplug the 4 pins power near the CPU, it will have power but won't post. It's the same thing that happened as I have mention above. I don't know what I did wrong, it boot up once before.
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