Originally Posted by Therapy?
Thanks, but the CMOS didnt have a jumper on it. The manual says that's how it's supposed to be or it won't start. Also, the 8/4 pin connectors are firmly in place. If this wasn't the case, the whole system would not boot up in the first place according to the manual.
Nope, I really think it's dead
I don't know, I'm with Enigma. I got mine from Digital Storm, paid them $4000- for a major build and I seated everything, checked everything pushed the power button, all the lights came on, all the fans spun up, the drives spun up then it died. I checked all the wires and they had two wrong. The power button pos and neg were reversed and the Power LED wires were also reversed. I changed them, it powered up, died again, but the light on the motherboard stayed on, I waited a few seconds and everything started again and this time it all worked.
I wrote a nasty letter to Digital Storm told them what I thought of thier techs not getting 4 wires right and that was that, I haven't heard from them.
You're also running 220 Volts out of the wall right? Oh, that shouldn't matter you have the Corsair, it's auto detecting.Edited by BriSleep - 2/1/10 at 5:50pm