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post #21 of 83
best thing to do is to take to a shop an replace parts an see whats exactly wrong
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Originally Posted by Pillz Here View Post
Exact same thing happened to me a couple of months after I put my sig rig together. Turns out my HX850 had died and once I RMA'd it everything was fine. My motherboard lights were also on, the PC just wouldn't turn on.
I hope it's the same thing with mine... I can't afford to be without a PC right now.

And with the P67 recall, it would take ages for me to get a new mobo :/

I hope you're right, and it's just the PSU.

When I get home, I will look through my old stuff, to see if I have a PSU lying around.
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post #23 of 83
Probably just a faulty rail not supplying power to the CPU. (4+4 pin)

I've had a 4+4 fail right out of the box, it may have just been its time.
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Originally Posted by PanicProne View Post
Yes, there is. But not because of motherboards simply dying.

It's related to the SATA ports, nothing else. And that wouldn't cause the PC to not turn on at all.
So? It's fun to make completely irrelevant problems the root of all?

Another +1 for a PSU replacement. Similar experience with my mom's OCZ StealthXTreme, just died for no reason, not under load, just decided, f-this and shut off forever [though this little green light on the motherboard was always on], which technically meant it got power . In the end though.. gotta tip my hat to OCZ, they covered that RMA wonderfully

Either try for an RMA, or just buy a new PSU outright ^^
    
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post #25 of 83
It could be the PSU...

But it could also be the board

I've had this happen with my AMD boards, they still power up and fans run, but won't post. I've had it happen three times, and it was never the psu.
    
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It could be the PSU...

But it could also be the board

I've had this happen with my AMD boards, they still power up and fans run, but won't post. I've had it happen three times, and it was never the psu.
Not like my problem, though.

My fans don't even power up, nothing powers up. So it's likely the PSU


OR so I hope...
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Lets hope so, a board RMA would probably take months
    
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post #28 of 83
nox is a very mediocre psu vendor
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post #29 of 83
take the video card out and turn it on... I had a video card go bad and the computer wouldn't turn on... swapped the card and it worked again... this can happen ... but also could be a hundred other things. lol
But don't rule out anything... with my issue I had I first changed the power supply. Then was going to change the motherboard. But when I went to change the motherboard I thought to myself ill try to turn it on now that the video card is out and the fans starting humming I was like cool glad I didnt change the mothboard... really in this case try every little thing. before a RMA. Disconnect all SATA , PCI , PCIe , and leave just one fan on the board or something like that. and try too boot up
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post #30 of 83
i am asuming your

Power Supply
Nox Urano SLI 700w


never heard of before branded PSU is the problem here, if u have another psu hook it up and see if it works.
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