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I found an old 300W PSU in the house and connected it to the MB to see if the led turned on or not in case it was fried and it lit up . Right now I drove my unit to a "computer repair" place so they can check to see if anything else is fried and gave them a 1000W modular corsair PSU that i picked up to install since I have work all day tomorrow, but I have to say I was less than impressed when the guy asked me what company made my computer and if the reason I have 2 video cards was becasue he though I need them to run 2 monitors...
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post #12 of 15
lol ^ I'd of walked back out of there with my pc ;D
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My Tagen does its job with no problem..
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Originally Posted by DigitalBear View Post
My Tagen does its job with no problem..
I remember when I assembled it I accidentally dropped a screw in the PSU past the fan... didn't think much of it at the time but now i'm thinking that it could of caused some problems.
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Q6600 Quad Core clocked at 3.6 Asus Maximus Extreme 2 X Radeon HD 3870x2 CROSSFIRE 6gb DDR3 PATRIOT EXTREME 1600 (7-7-7-20) 
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300gb Windows Vista 64bit Ultimate HP w2207 22" LCD G15 Keyboard 
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300gb Windows Vista 64bit Ultimate HP w2207 22" LCD G15 Keyboard 
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I hope it all turns out ok for you.As the post above states it shouldve only flippted the switch on electric box,Not blow yours And a neighbours home.PSU almost certain dead.Fingers X for the rest of your componants.If you had a loose screw rattling in your case it may ve shorted so mybe that was cause.Did you get it out?
Edited by BLAKIE33 - 6/11/08 at 6:50pm
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