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I honestly don't think it's the PSU, but maybe something is shorting the motherboard.

Have you tried turning the PC on, on a table, on the motherboard's box for example? Without being on the case, maybe something is shorting your rig.

I would first try the generic 400w PSU on ur main rig, see if it works, if not, take your build apart and do it on a table, on your motherboard's box.

If it then, still doesnt work, I think it's safe to assume the motherboard is faulty.

Kevin.

nope, i havent tried starting it outside of the box. this is the first computer ive built, so im a bit of a noob tongue.gif if the psu was broken, would the comp turn on at all? coz i still have the led turn on for a sec and the fan spin for a sec before it turns off again
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^This.I 've never heard that a mobo has problems that fast before. Clearing CMOS will never hurt though..

i hit the cmos button on the back i/o panel but it doesnt seem to work. i think theres another cmos button on the front of the mobo, does it matter which one i use?
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Yeah a dead PSU can flash leds and spin fans for a minimal time, I have experienced it ^^
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i hit the cmos button on the back i/o panel but it doesnt seem to work. i think theres another cmos button on the front of the mobo, does it matter which one i use?
I don't think so that one of these won't work, but they do the same thing
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nope, i havent tried starting it outside of the box. this is the first computer ive built, so im a bit of a noob if the psu was broken, would the comp turn on at all? coz i still have the led turn on for a sec and the fan spin for a sec before it turns off again
Well, I've got same PSU model as yours, but the 750w version, and it's a great PSU.

If it was faulty, it would simply not fire up the rig...

Honestly, I think the mobo is dead.
    
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Well, I've got same PSU model as yours, but the 750w version, and it's a great PSU.

If it was faulty, it would simply not fire up the rig...

Honestly, I think the mobo is dead.

yeah it got fantastic reviews on jonnyguru. ill soon put the old psu and see if that does anything. do i just need to connect the 24pin and 8pin mobo connectors?
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Make sure you try running the system out of case, as well, as the others said
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yeah it got fantastic reviews on jonnyguru. ill soon put the old psu and see if that does anything. do i just need to connect the 24pin and 8pin mobo connectors?

and the power button
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post #29 of 48
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its almost midnight here, when i wake up tomorrow ill take it out of the case and run it on the mobo box, change the psu, take out the battery etc. i know its impossible to rule anything out (except the ram i guess), but is it safe to say its either the psu or the mobo?
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and the power button

isnt that a front panel connector that connects to the mobo?
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