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ok i have a quick video of my prob

gigabyte mobo-sent for rma returned as good. they said it tested fine.
q6600. water cooled
some random ram
700w ocz psu
hd4890 video card

ok the thing has ran great for a year and never really overclocked just played games. lots of them. then one day screen froze. no biggy hard shutdown and restarted. but it just kept shutting off and restarting again and again. without any screen or bios. if i unplug the cpu it keeps running but of course no screen or anyhting. cpu does get warm. so does the ram. the video card doesnt seem to get warm but then again its not even working because their is no screen display lol

switch the video card first with no luck. then switched psu with no luck.
months go by. i then switch the water block and reseat the ecu with no luck. now today i almost went crazy. got a new q6600 from a member. put it in and it did the exact thing. restarting radomly. i then went and bought a new motherboard. the only thing that could be bad right. gigabyte told me the processor is bad replace it. the money i spent i prob should have upgraded but i liked this setup. before this happen it was very stable.

later in the day i got a diff psu and it plugged in only the cpu and mobo and same thing. ive ran it bare with one stick of ram and no harddrives and same thing happens. the video i have is one of the rare instances it stayed on but no display. ram is responding it seems like. im ready to take it to the range

****s insane. people on the forums said it had to be the mobo. only thing i have not touched is the ram. plz tell me the its the ram

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that beep was my water setup. it was not the mobo speaker or anyting
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Go into the bios and change the boot priority to boot from CD or floppy
(flash drive) if you have one, un plug hard drive completely data and power cable and try to boot to CD or flash drive.
Use only 1 stick of ram, and you should unplug all other optical drives if you have more than one put your win cd in the drive you are trying to boot from.
Try switching between your sticks of ram also, running only 1 stick at a time.
You did not show the display at power on, is there no post screen at all?
If not confirm that it's not your display, test it on another computer, if the monitor is ok then it has to be your processor, you should see some kind of post @ power on even if it fails from bad memory, unless they lied or are wrong about the board is screwed.
Edited by Fuego - 3/18/11 at 11:51pm
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hey man
no post at all.
moniter is good tested. motherboard is also new. i got another one. even after gigabyte said it tested good

ive switched ram. disconnected everything. there is no display whatsoever. even if i try to plug the vga into the mobo.
so i can rule out ram right. it should boot and show an error with bad ram im assuming

forgot to say the one stick of ram, the led dont move but it never moved even when the system worked. all the leds just light up and stay there.
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From your video I can't see if you have the 8 pin power connector plugged in or not, is it plugged in?
If you have swapped the processor with a new one the only thing left is memory, but I still think you should get some kind of post screen if only very briefly.
This leads me to believe you have a working setup and it's a loose connection or something being over looked. Make sure your 8 pin is connected, right now you are panicked and we sometimes over look the obvious when frustration sets in. take another look at all connections and make sure everything is seated properly.
Edited by Fuego - 3/19/11 at 2:02am
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hold insert when you powerup the computer and report back.
post #7 of 14
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insert?

and i had the 4 pin connector in. my other mobo uses 8 pin cpu and still does the same thing. i have also used 3 power supplies in this. so that cant be an issue.

and i cant be overlooking anyhting since the thing ran for over a year but out of the blue it completely breaks down and doesn't want to boot.wondering if my psu is blowing something like the cpu or mobo each time i plug it in and turn it on
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post #8 of 14
"Insert key" is usually above delete key...
Try 1 stick of ram from another system.
post #9 of 14
bad socket in wall... i would say power but u changed it, u r caseless so cant be case twisting and shorting out. bad voodoo for u , or got gremlins.
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If you tried 1 stick of ram from another system or that you know is good, then your mainboard has to be screwed, I would insist on board replacement if everything you say is true and correct ...you have even tried new processor.

Don't take their word for it insist on replacement or get a new mainboard and get system running on air before you add any water cooling components.
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