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post #51 of 83
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If the mobo was dead, would the fans try to spin for a split second?

When I press the power button, the fans MOVE for a fraction of a second, but stop immediately.

Dead mobo or short circuit?
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sounds like ram to me for real, try that now if u havnt!!!
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Not the RAM :/

The motherboard gets power, the fans spin for like half a second, and then stop.

If the mobo was dead, this wouldn't happen, right?
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post #54 of 83
only mobo ive ever had go bad no fans would spin so...maybe it isnt the mobo, but u are runnin out of stuff it could be
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Sounds to me like your PSU popped (very likely given the mediocre 700w that you had). And when the PSU popped, it took your motherboard out with it.

Time to buy a new PSU, and RMA your motherboard. I say buy a new PSU, so you don't put that same crap back in there.
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Sounds to me like your PSU popped (very likely given the mediocre 700w that you had). And when the PSU popped, it took your motherboard out with it.

Time to buy a new PSU, and RMA your motherboard. I say buy a new PSU, so you don't put that same crap back in there.
It could be... but the scenario was rather unlikely: Online Counter Strike 1.6, which is like the lightest game out there.

Can you clarify something for me? If the mobo was dead, would it show any signs of life at all?

Because mine does, I have split second fan spin when I press Power ON button, and mobo LEDs are on.

MAybe it's not the mobo?
Edited by PanicProne - 2/11/11 at 7:18pm
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post #57 of 83
This sounds somewhat similar to what had happened to me before. I think its a bad connection between your PSU and mobo, mine was the 24 pin connector. If I went in and jiggled it around then it would turn on if I held it in the right position and when i let go, it would shut down again. Although I never had it to where it shutdown in the middle of using it. It only wouldn't turn on sometimes. Maybe try fiddling around with that.
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Quote:
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If the mobo was dead, would the fans try to spin for a split second?

When I press the power button, the fans MOVE for a fraction of a second, but stop immediately.

Dead mobo or short circuit?
This happened to me. Your PSU has a DEAD RAIL.

This is prominent with modular PSUs (usually the cheaper ones are)

Solution get a non modular single rail PSU, like a PC Power and Cooling.
and next time remember to never skimp on the power supply, it is the most important part in your PC.
post #59 of 83
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Originally Posted by t0adphr0g View Post
This happened to me. Your PSU has a DEAD RAIL.

This is prominent with modular PSUs (usually the cheaper ones are)

Solution get a non modular single rail PSU, like a PC Power and Cooling.
and next time remember to never skimp on the power supply, it is the most important part in your PC.
But I already tested with 2 PSUs.

Could this still be the case?

EDIT: None of my PSUs are modular.
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Have you tried turning on the PSU without it plugged into the mobo by putting a wire or paperclip between the (I think) green and black wire to see if the PSU fan actually runs?

If it does then there is either a bad connection between PSU and mobo or bad mobo

If the PSU does turn on you can also try to take the mobo out the case and plug everything up to see if everything turns on.

If that happens then i believe your case maybe somehow shorting it out.
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