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post #71 of 83
dude, you shoulda bought a dell.

or a better psu.
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My moneys on the PSU has blown, taking the motherboard with it... not sure about the 700W version but the 600W only delivers just over 40 Amps over two 12v rails, which to be honest is not enough for your system. But as i said im not sure about the 700W version.

Lets just hope it didnt take out the rest of your system
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post #73 of 83
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Originally Posted by Buzzin92 View Post
My moneys on the PSU has blown, taking the motherboard with it... not sure about the 700W version but the 600W only delivers just over 40 Amps over two 12v rails, which to be honest is not enough for your system. But as i said im not sure about the 700W version.

Lets just hope it didnt take out the rest of your system
Don't know if Nox is a high end PSU brand, but normally 700W is more then sufficient for that system. I'm running a lot more then him on 650W...
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post #74 of 83
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Don't know if Nox is a high end PSU brand, but normally 700W is more then sufficient for that system. I'm running a lot more then him on 650W...
Just because it's sufficient wattage doesn't rule out manufacturer defect. I had a Corsair 650watt that toasted a week in powering a system that shouldn't have used more than 3/4ths of it's output.
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post #75 of 83
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I did the battery thing, and pressed the Clear CMOS button on the back. But it wasn't for 10 minutes.

Worth a new try?

The only thing I haven't done is run the system out of the case to see if the mobo is shorting out.

But what are the chances of this being the case? It ran fine for 3 weeks, and only shorts out now?

Just for the sake of being careful and maybe saving yourself some time try it. After that consider grabbing a replacement mobo. I would say the chance of your mobo being grounded are slim after this much time. Usually that's an issue that is either apparent the first time you try to boot or not at all.
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post #76 of 83
If your psu did indeed go out its very very unlikely it took anything else with it. When a psu dies it doesn't create more voltage. Usually a component burns out inside the psu and renders it unable to continue to work. My suggestion try a new psu.
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post #77 of 83
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Originally Posted by PanicProne View Post
I was playing Counter Strike 1.6 online, and the computer suddenly went dead!

And it won't turn on. At all.

Could the PSU have died out of the blue? It's a 700w unit, more than enough for my system!

Holy Crap... What if it took the mobo/CPU with it?

I have no other PSU to test it with!

Any suggestions for troubleshooting?
Hey Panic,

Reminds me of something that happened to my sig rig a couple times, whenever it dropped into hibernate mode. I had to reset my cmos a couple times just to get it to boot back up.

Symptoms were exactly the same though, lights would turn on, and then turn off a couple seconds later. Turned out to be my OC not playing nice with power-saver settings.

Hope you get it figured out, scary **** that is.
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post #78 of 83
What about the weather that day?

Were you plugged directly into the wall?

Power surge could have gone through the PSU to the mobo.

Or chip creep created a short...i dont know. This is really odd after a few weeks of operation. Usually i get a DOA...but never a blowout.
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post #79 of 83
If there's a part that is worth spending an extra dollar is a PSU. My PSU has survived 2 different systems with SLI's included, all all of them overclocked.

I had one of thos NOX's ... fried after 3 weeks of use ... :x And power delivery was not that stable neither... :x
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Any update on this?
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