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I recently put on a Hypermaster 212+ on my other i5-750 yesterday. Well after putting everything together, mobo shuts off after a slpit second. I rechecked all my cables, check all RAM slots and used a another pair of RAM,replaced/removed CMOS battery, tried with a Corsair CX500 500 watt versus 600w Antec Earthwatt and still keeps shutting off and trying to restart then repeating the same procedure.

In short- Did my mobo get fried? -ASRock P55 Extreme
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Try using the old cooler and see what happens, did you use thermal paste?
    
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Yes thermal paste was on both coolers, even did the same when I took off the heatsink just for kicks.

Power LED's do remain on after awhile after killing and unplugging the PSU. Power doesn't store on a mobo that isn't going anywhere. It puzzles me.
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I have the same problem using a Hyper 212+ on my Intel DP67BG. Just get a flashing power button on the motherboard whenever I install it in my Silverstone TJ10 case. It works when I breadboard it.
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is the backplate or screws to the hyper 212+ on the back of the motherboard over any solder joints?

EDIT:

Also is your motherboard installed in a case, if so did you use the standoffs? (just to be sure, common mistake)
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post #6 of 12
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is the backplate or screws to the hyper 212+ on the back of the motherboard over any solder joints?

EDIT:

Also is your motherboard installed in a case, if so did you use the standoffs? (just to be sure, common mistake)
Standoffs are there, though I'm not sure the backplate is touching any solders, hopefully not cause it would be retarded for a company to one near the mounting retainers for aftermarket coolers.

Quote:
Originally Posted by HotWasabiPeas View Post
I have the same problem using a Hyper 212+ on my Intel DP67BG. Just get a flashing power button on the motherboard whenever I install it in my Silverstone TJ10 case. It works when I breadboard it.
Breadboard? Please explain, not farmiliar with the term.
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iv also had problems with heatsinks being too tight causing this type of failure, but as you said in an earlier post you tried without a heatsink, that gets rid of that possible solution
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Breadboarding is when you set up your motherboard outside of your case. I just use my motherboard box and hook up the motherboard and RAM, video card, etc and then power it on. It works when I do that but trying to get it to work in my case is another story.
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I fried my motherboard aswell Everything works.. lights, ram, hdd, video card.. but my CPU FAN doesnt give any power, try that.. if it doesnt work, you have fried ur motherboard (also try recharging ur phone via USB on the motherboard) another sign your upper part of the mobo where ram and CPU is is totally fried.

Sent mine today (there is no visual proof of anything being fried) so let's hope they give me a new one.
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Ok just removed backplate and tried again, no luck.

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I fried my motherboard aswell Everything works.. lights, ram, hdd, video card.. but my CPU FAN doesnt give any power, try that.. if it doesnt work, you have fried ur motherboard (also try recharging ur phone via USB on the motherboard) another sign your upper part of the mobo where ram and CPU is is totally fried.

Sent mine today (there is no visual proof of anything being fried) so let's hope they give me a new one.
Tried that, no luck either
It seems like it wants to power but the circuit isn't moving or something.
I feel like mobo is fried. Anyway to check if the CPU isn't damaged or is?
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