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post #11 of 21
It is very unlikely that a power surge overvolted the RAM like that and nothing else. If that kind of power actually reached the ram, it would have reached everything else on the motherboard as well and become MORE than visible. Even the ATX connector would be severely damaged with that kind of power.


If you are sure nothing else is damaged, I'd say that it was just the crappy PSU. It could have been triggered by a power surge, but I can't tell you for sure without seeing the inside of it myself. The PSU probably went bad and started producing voltage that was too high for comfort but low enough for the capacitors to handle for a while without blowing. Maybe 14V or so. Anyway, it probably sat there for a long while, cooking the RAM slowly. Not a sudden shock like a big power surge.
Edited by Manyak - 7/1/08 at 2:37am
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post #12 of 21
it was a surge alright.

IF the psu did overvolt. The processor would be the first to go because it does take less voltage then the ram. I say take it back and play dum. Tell him "My computer was working fine last night. I turned it back on the on in the morring and it didnt work"

Sucks to hear that though
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post #13 of 21
this won't be lightening hitting the house !!!

a work colleague of my had his chimney stack struck by lightening and he new about it all right ,

it vapourised a few of the bricks on the chimney then proceeded down the inner skin of the house cracking all the bricks it past through on the way until it found a mains wire ,
then it fused all the wires together on its way to the fuse box , blowing up the psu on the tv , hdd recorder , pc , microwave , alarm clock radio etc ,

you could follow the progress around the electrical system as it 'exploded the plaster off the wall where ever the mains cable was

this was evident in the kitchen the most as he has glass cabinet doors and plaster was blown off with enough force to break some of these doors .

as to the pc , basically it fused the psu by melting all the protection diodes and melting all the big caps in there .

he got a new pc out of it and was able to sell the mobo , ram ,cpu and hdd on ebay as they all worked fine

i would say there might have been a short on the ram board or maybe some fluid got in there , tea of coffee
    
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post #14 of 21
I would have hoped that the PSU would have absorbed the surge and "sacrificed" itself. Otherwise, I'm with Manyak - the RAM uses the same 24pin ATX connector as the rest of the mobo, so it would toast the lot. CPU might be ok though as it's on its own connector. Same with the drives, and maybe the PCI-E card if it's got a seperate power connector (wouldn't be confident though as it is plugged into the bus)
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post #15 of 21
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by XFreeRollerX View Post
My ideas

1. power supply crapped out and overvolted the motherboard by sheer cheap-ness of the PSU

2. some combo of the Surge protector failing to supress in addition to the storm and a crappy PSU caused massive overvolting

3. someone up there has smitten down upon your failing RAM and has ordered you to buy something worthy of a sacrifice.


I think its either of the first two.. the 3rd is just speculation
yeah it would only be the Third option if it was my computer .. i'm known for having the weird things happen

@Manyak yea i pulled the power from the mobo and the 20+4plugs were still white and actually good looking. I only have a simple PSU tester with 3 lights on it and it was showing green on the test and nothing else seemed to take a hit.
Edited by Biohazed - 7/1/08 at 6:08am
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post #16 of 21
Just thought of something - isn't it widely regarded that RAM is very sensitive to static electricity? And that is what lightning is, yes? Although I don't know how the RAM could produce that much heat without involvement from the PSU.
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post #17 of 21
As for other things being damaged by the surge, that is not necissarily a give.

Memory usually runs off the 3.3v rail (sometimes the +5v), while very few other components do. It's possible that that's the only rail that failed.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Bal3Wolf View Post
Um you cant put ram in wrong their keyed they will only go in the slot one way you probly only had the ram in some not enugh to cause any dammage.
Clearly you are ignorant of the foolishness, and willingness to use force, that many people posess.

I know people who could mount an 8800GTX in a dimm slot.

Where there is a will, there is a way.
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post #18 of 21
well who ever it was that said they put ram in backwards?

you cannot put ram in backwards. PC100 and pc 133 both have 3 sections of different size. There is no possible way without chipping away at a component that you can put it in backwards.

Even the DDR ram have 2 sections of different length, you can't put that in backwards either.
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Quote:
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I know people who could mount an 8800GTX in a dimm slot.

Where there is a will, there is a way.
LMAO, sigged!
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must bee the storm!
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