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Poll Results: Do you prefer the new OCN?

 
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post #6411 of 6425
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Originally Posted by snowlulz View Post

Well, I wanted to join the P5q club for cheap but I need help..

I bought a P5Q Turbo on a local used hardware site for 10€/8usd as "turns on, fans spin but no boot". "why the hell not" I said and got it.

When I arrived home picked up a 775 dual core, 1gb stick ram (know as working) and a 750Ti that is on a main rig. Tried to boot it up, no luck. Tried to short the PWRSW connector on the motherboard with a screwdriver, no signal, no fans spinning, nothing. But well, the 5VSB green led was lighted up, so the motherboard it's not totally dead. After that I tried to boot it up using the PWR_OK and ground on the 24pins psu and voila, the motherboard turns on but no video or beeps (about the beeps I think that since the FP connectors on the motherboard are all broken, the speaker will not work as the power button connectors).

Already did a CMOS battery swap, the one on the motherboard was ~2.8v and I swapped with one with 3v. And checked all jumpers, them seem fine (but there may be some wrong, there were many that I never saw in recent motherboards). Already changed thermal paste on NB and checked socket for broken pins and nothing.

Note: one thing I noticed is that the cpu fan acts in terms of speeds as I was logging in windows (motherboard starts, the cpu fan spins at max speed for 4/5 seconds, aka the post time, and goes for the normal speed). So at this moment my bet is that is something wrong with the GPU/no video side.

May someone help me? smile.gif

Have you reset the CMOS? (Best way is to leave BIOS battery out for ~10 minutes and not connected to a PSU)

Have you tried another CPU? Is the CPU on the support list?
Is the PSU known working OK?

Is everything plugged in properly?
 
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post #6412 of 6425
Yes, yes, yes, yes and yes smile.gif
I'm out of options, tried everything I could remember and saw on the internet.
post #6413 of 6425
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Yes, yes, yes, yes and yes smile.gif
I'm out of options, tried everything I could remember and saw on the internet.

Dang, that sucks. sounds like it's dead. Not sure what else you could try.

Just loaded my P5Q up with a Q9400 that I got for $10..
Actually got a Q9400, Q8400 and an E2180 (overclocking fun) for the $10 shipped.
 
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post #6414 of 6425
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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

Dang, that sucks. sounds like it's dead. Not sure what else you could try.

Just loaded my P5Q up with a Q9400 that I got for $10..
Actually got a Q9400, Q8400 and an E2180 (overclocking fun) for the $10 shipped.

Ebay deals? Nice combo you got there.

Well, as last effort, I took the MB to a bath on water.
Let's see if I fry it or it cames alive and working. That would be awesome.
post #6415 of 6425
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Ebay deals? Nice combo you got there.

Well, as last effort, I took the MB to a bath on water.
Let's see if I fry it or it cames alive and working. That would be awesome.

Nah, saw someone I sort of know (Internet friends tongue.gif) on a local Facebook page saying how he got a PC with a Q9400 and a 500GB HDD for $5.

Asked him what he wanted for the Q9400 alone, said $10. Didn't get around to testing it and so he threw in the Q8400 and the E2180 for nothing (which are tested)

The Q9400 works fine, bad clocker but works tongue.gif

Doing 420MHz FSB right now to get 3.33GHz and running 1.35v...
 
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post #6416 of 6425
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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

Nah, saw someone I sort of know (Internet friends tongue.gif) on a local Facebook page saying how he got a PC with a Q9400 and a 500GB HDD for $5.

Asked him what he wanted for the Q9400 alone, said $10. Didn't get around to testing it and so he threw in the Q8400 and the E2180 for nothing (which are tested)

The Q9400 works fine, bad clocker but works tongue.gif

Doing 420MHz FSB right now to get 3.33GHz and running 1.35v...

A entire PC with a Q9400 and 500GB HDD for 5usd? Holy moly.
775 cpu's are fun as well to play with biggrin.gif
post #6417 of 6425
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Originally Posted by snowlulz View Post

A entire PC with a Q9400 and 500GB HDD for 5usd? Holy moly.
775 cpu's are fun as well to play with biggrin.gif

I used to work at a PC store; they were scrapping a Antec 902 case and I was like "Hey, that looks pretty nice" and took it.

Got home and it had a Q6600, with a P5Q and a 460W Zalman PSU.

Found a 1GB stick of DDR2 at home and it posted!

I also had an NH-U12P without a Noctua fan laying around. I emailed Noctua and they sent me the 775 mounting gear. Grabbed a corsair fan from an old CPU cooler..

Grabbed a 5870 that someone gave me, someone else (on here) sent me 4GB of DDR2 800MHz and an E8400.

I used an old hard drive from my main PC and someone ended up selling my a P5Q SE cheap(ish) with some more RAM.

Someone at work gave me some more DDR2 for nothing from the spares box.

I bought 8GB of DDR2 (untested) for $10 and 3 of the 4 work (one stick was 1066MHz!)

I purchased a bag of unknown 775 CPU's and yet another 775 motheboard for $15 off someone on a Facebook group.

Mostly E8400's, but had a Q8200 and some 771 Xeons. Not sure if the DDR3 board works as I have no spare DDR3/ haven't bothered (it's P43/P41 I think)

Binned all the E8400's and found one that did 3.8GHz at a nice low voltage.

Bought a Q9400, E2180 and Q8400 for $10 recently.

Have overclocked the Q9400 (which works) to 3.2Ghz which it will stay at. Need to mess around with settings though as it's only prime stable for ~45 minutes. (FSB related as I'm running 8GB of DDR2 @ 800MHz) - overvolted and overclocked.
 
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post #6418 of 6425
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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

I used to work at a PC store; they were scrapping a Antec 902 case and I was like "Hey, that looks pretty nice" and took it.

Got home and it had a Q6600, with a P5Q and a 460W Zalman PSU.

Found a 1GB stick of DDR2 at home and it posted!

I also had an NH-U12P without a Noctua fan laying around. I emailed Noctua and they sent me the 775 mounting gear. Grabbed a corsair fan from an old CPU cooler..

Grabbed a 5870 that someone gave me, someone else (on here) sent me 4GB of DDR2 800MHz and an E8400.

I used an old hard drive from my main PC and someone ended up selling my a P5Q SE cheap(ish) with some more RAM.

Someone at work gave me some more DDR2 for nothing from the spares box.

I bought 8GB of DDR2 (untested) for $10 and 3 of the 4 work (one stick was 1066MHz!)

I purchased a bag of unknown 775 CPU's and yet another 775 motheboard for $15 off someone on a Facebook group.

Mostly E8400's, but had a Q8200 and some 771 Xeons. Not sure if the DDR3 board works as I have no spare DDR3/ haven't bothered (it's P43/P41 I think)

Binned all the E8400's and found one that did 3.8GHz at a nice low voltage.

Bought a Q9400, E2180 and Q8400 for $10 recently.

Have overclocked the Q9400 (which works) to 3.2Ghz which it will stay at. Need to mess around with settings though as it's only prime stable for ~45 minutes. (FSB related as I'm running 8GB of DDR2 @ 800MHz) - overvolted and overclocked.

Well, I don't really know if those prices for that type of hardware there are normal, but well, some very nice deals you got there.
If I only could have them here too hehe.
People here in my country tend to overprice all the items.. You can find some gems but you must deeg deep.
post #6419 of 6425
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Originally Posted by snowlulz View Post

Well, I wanted to join the P5q club for cheap but I need help..

I bought a P5Q Turbo on a local used hardware site for 10€/8usd as "turns on, fans spin but no boot". "why the hell not" I said and got it.

When I arrived home picked up a 775 dual core, 1gb stick ram (know as working) and a 750Ti that is on a main rig. Tried to boot it up, no luck. Tried to short the PWRSW connector on the motherboard with a screwdriver, no signal, no fans spinning, nothing. But well, the 5VSB green led was lighted up, so the motherboard it's not totally dead. After that I tried to boot it up using the PWR_OK and ground on the 24pins psu and voila, the motherboard turns on but no video or beeps (about the beeps I think that since the FP connectors on the motherboard are all broken, the speaker will not work as the power button connectors).

Already did a CMOS battery swap, the one on the motherboard was ~2.8v and I swapped with one with 3v. And checked all jumpers, them seem fine (but there may be some wrong, there were many that I never saw in recent motherboards). Already changed thermal paste on NB and checked socket for broken pins and nothing.

Note: one thing I noticed is that the cpu fan acts in terms of speeds as I was logging in windows (motherboard starts, the cpu fan spins at max speed for 4/5 seconds, aka the post time, and goes for the normal speed). So at this moment my bet is that is something wrong with the GPU/no video side.

May someone help me? smile.gif

Well, kinda of a update.

The motherboard was cleaned with hot tap water and dishwash soap. Took it for 2-3 runs of water after the dishwash soap and let it dry for some days.
Today plugged all back, and for the 1st time the short on the FP connectors worked, but not for too long. The motherboard started by turning for 2/3 seconds, shutdown, turning, shutdown, like that for about 5/6 times and then started and all the fans were spinning but no beeps, not boot, no USB devices working, nothing.
After some attempts or rebooting, the connector on the FP connector stopped working, again. Time to boot from PWR_OK and ground jumper. The board behaves as when i got it. Boots up and fans spin forever.

My bet it's something shorted between the FP connectors and chipset (??). I will take a look at schematics and will see if I find any toasted tracks.
post #6420 of 6425
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Originally Posted by snowlulz View Post

Well, kinda of a update.

The motherboard was cleaned with hot tap water and dishwash soap. Took it for 2-3 runs of water after the dishwash soap and let it dry for some days.
Today plugged all back, and for the 1st time the short on the FP connectors worked, but not for too long. The motherboard started by turning for 2/3 seconds, shutdown, turning, shutdown, like that for about 5/6 times and then started and all the fans were spinning but no beeps, not boot, no USB devices working, nothing.
After some attempts or rebooting, the connector on the FP connector stopped working, again. Time to boot from PWR_OK and ground jumper. The board behaves as when i got it. Boots up and fans spin forever.

My bet it's something shorted between the FP connectors and chipset (??). I will take a look at schematics and will see if I find any toasted tracks.

It may be, it could be a range of things. I'd maybe look at it, but see if you can find another board that's half decent for cheap. Sounds like it's potentially dead.
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Originally Posted by snowlulz View Post

Well, I don't really know if those prices for that type of hardware there are normal, but well, some very nice deals you got there.
If I only could have them here too hehe.
People here in my country tend to overprice all the items.. You can find some gems but you must deeg deep.

Oh yeah! I've been digging/waiting/luck has been on my side.

That sort of PC used would be $100-$200 (because I did purchase a brand new PSU for it) - which was $115.
 
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