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post #10561 of 28613
My system turned in to a 1600 dollar paperweight last night. Currently using an old P4 system I dug out of my closet.

Here's the thread about what happened.


http://www.overclock.net/power-supplies/760592-my-psu-something-else-died.html
 
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My system turned in to a 1600 dollar paperweight last night. Currently using an old P4 system I dug out of my closet.

Here's the thread about what happened.


http://www.overclock.net/power-suppl...else-died.html
johnny, it doesn't sound like the PSU to me, esp with the problems you've been having with that proc. So, now do you have a way to test either or both the proc/ mobo? I'm one of the fortunate few, I have 2 systems with the same mobo /proc so I can always change them around.

Also, when overclocking on that MSI mobo, don't you have something in the overclocking area that has +/- mv? Maybe it's an intel thing but we don't change the voltage up or down in steps, first we have a CPU VTT line and you increase/ decrease that one step at a time before you change the volt line in the cpu. Not doubting your skills, just wondering what could have changed to make the system freak out.

Like the other guy asked. Did you reset the CMOS? Also strange, there were no beeb codes?

Wasn't it Rockr that got a bad CPU? Maybe yours has the same problem. I've never heard of one or 2 cores getting that much different in temp unless the contact to the heatsink wasn't even or something was bad in the chip.
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thats a bad day johnny..... sorry to hear about your computer.

after reading the thread you linked i would venture to guess its NOT the PSU. but i have no idea.. i haven't even see that problem before

OH! and i did some work on the reactor project this morning. you should all go tell me what you think of the photography at the very least... trying to learn how to work my camera still
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Made some different look . Nut much but hopeU like it.








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Made some different look . Nut much but hopeU like it.
looks good!
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Newegg will send back the PSU if it's not bad, and they will let me know via e-mail about that. If it is sent back, I'll send the MB next.

With or without the CPU in the board...fans/LEDS would just flicker on once and then go out when the 8pin was plugged in, fans/LEDs would power up if 8pin was removed. With the 8pin plugged in, all the indicator LEDs on the board would illuminate, except the four LEDs for the CPU to let me know what cores are running. Removing the cpu, ram, video, unplugging drives, unplugging fans, etc...that all made no difference. The 8pin being plugged in or unplugged was the only event that made a change.

Also reset CMOS, pulled CMOS battery for 10 minutes and re-installed, etc...nothing changed. No trouble code on that little dual LCD panel on the board, would just read FF which is usually what it says on startup until BIOS is done posting, then it reads the CPU temp.

All four cores shared the same temperature at all times. Not once did any differ from the others. I reported the general CPU temp, and the temp of all four cores...core temp is always higher than general temp.
 
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post #10567 of 28613
I got money on the MSI board.. Sorry.. If I was going to buy a Board on looks MSI would win every time.. But if I want to buy a Board on reliability.. It would be ASUS or AsRock.
    
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Heh heh heh!! Bios code FF, engineers way of saying Freaking Failure, no really, it's Fatal Failure. If it was the proc it would have said 86, so that's not likely, if it was the PSU you would have got a lot of beeps, 9 to be exact.

I'm pretty sure it's the mobo. Esp with a reset and the Cpu removed, you should have got what, 1 long and 1 short beep. No beeps usually there's a short inside the motherboard, most often a broken or burnt trace.

We'll see.

Edit: See, Enigma and I were writing the same thing at the same time again.
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Heh heh heh!! Bios code FF, engineers way of saying Freaking Failure, no really, it's Fatal Failure. If it was the proc it would have said 86, so that's not likely, if it was the PSU you would have got a lot of beeps, 9 to be exact.

I'm pretty sure it's the mobo. Esp with a reset and the Cpu removed, you should have got what, 1 long and 1 short beep. No beeps usually there's a short inside the motherboard, most often a broken or burnt trace.

We'll see.

Edit: See, Enigma and I were writing the same thing at the same time again.
This board always read FF before BIOS was done posting, then it switched to the CPU temp.

Edit : Busted out the user's manual for my board. FF = Power on and first initialize CPU...it comes on for a few seconds as you turn the system on, then goes away and displays the temp from that point until the system shuts down. There's a list of random info codes it may also display, but no trouble codes...weird.
Edited by johnny.dot.exe - 6/22/10 at 3:52pm
 
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From the FF then it means that the CPU passed the Post.. If the power goes off with a certain wire plugged in it means short Circuit which is more likely the board.. processors are checked and triple checked for core stability and for core Number working.. Especially AMD. It is more likely you see a Walrus in your back yard than your CPU to go bad because of a Stress test. It just would have shut down and restarted or made you go to the bios once more.. I bet it is a short in the NB.
    
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