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    Antec Kühler H2O 620
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    Antec Kühler H2O 920
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post #1061 of 6068
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Originally Posted by reaver83 View Post
Thats the funny thing. Fans all come on, bottom LED's on my RAM come on, Kuhler starts pumping and fans work around Idle speeds, yet no post. I didn't OC it hard enough to do this much damage. Never let the temps get above 30C. PSU should have handled that, I think. Is a Antec 650W Truepower II too weak to handle this and a Single GTX 460 SE?
If fans come on as well as LEDs then it's not the psu. Try reseating cpu, i had the same no post problem and reseating my cpu helped.
post #1062 of 6068
Can someone help, the box says that the 620 is compatible with my 1155 but I couldn't get all 4 holes lined up. Does anyone have an asus P8P67 pro with this installed on it? The directions are aweful.
post #1063 of 6068
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Originally Posted by Pavix View Post
Can someone help, the box says that the 620 is compatible with my 1155 but I couldn't get all 4 holes lined up. Does anyone have an asus P8P67 pro with this installed on it? The directions are aweful.
sure you're using the holes for 1155?

the backplate should be tilted slightly to one side when installed correctly
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i7 2600K GIGABYTE GA-H61M-S1 Galaxy GTX 460 768MB Corsair XMS3 DDR3 1333 2x4GB 
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64GB ADATA S596 Turbo SSD WD Green 1TB Antec Kuhler H2O 620 IN WIN Commander 650W 
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COOLER MASTER RC-690 
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Phenom II X6 1055T  ASUS M4A87TD EVO XFX Radeon HD 5850 1GB AMD Performance Edition DDR3 1333 2X2GB  
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post #1064 of 6068
I didn't see 1155 holes, I saw 1156 holes but then I ran into the problem of only 3 of them lining up.
post #1065 of 6068
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I didn't see 1155 holes, I saw 1156 holes but then I ran into the problem of only 3 of them lining up.
mine mounted to my p8p67 pro using the 1156 holes, with the slightest tilt. been using (modded the hell out of it too) it for a few months now no probs.
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post #1066 of 6068
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Can someone help, the box says that the 620 is compatible with my 1155 but I couldn't get all 4 holes lined up. Does anyone have an asus P8P67 pro with this installed on it? The directions are aweful.
Sugestion: 1) don't take both sides of the Doublesided tape off til you line things upand have screws in the board. 2) Don't freak out if it don't line up perfect. Just put the screws in with it back from the motherboard, and tighten them 4 turns on one, move in a cross pattern, 4 turns on that one, move beside it, 4 turns on that one, move across, 4 turns on that one.

Keep doing this til right b4 the foam touches the board, then push it to the board to make sure it lines up, then pull back and remove the cover off the foam. Then and only then do you put the pump in, get it in the slots, then finish tightening the screws. *Be careful not to overtighten and snap your board!*
    
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post #1067 of 6068
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If fans come on as well as LEDs then it's not the psu. Try reseating cpu, i had the same no post problem and reseating my cpu helped.
reseated, nothing. Thought the same thing before the PSU. I'm actually leaning more toward Currupt BIOS ROM chip, or RAM. Wish I had a PSU, RAM, and AM2+-AM3 board to test my theory. I only AM2 board I have doesn't support anything past the Athlon64X2 4800+, and nothing above 95W. I think I have a friend that has a AM2+ with a 945 Denebe, and 1066 RAM, but I can't freakin get ahold of him!!!!!
    
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post #1068 of 6068
You could take it to a pc shop and ask if you could test it on a dif board , not sure how willing they would be. Goodluck.
post #1069 of 6068
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You could take it to a pc shop and ask if you could test it on a dif board , not sure how willing they would be. Goodluck.
sadly, I have no money, no job, and the PC shops want over $150 USD just to look at a prefab computer, let alone a custom build. Besides, I don't trust my baby in the hands of some quack that don't even know 1) jack about liquid cooling, 2) has never even heard of Alienware, not that I am a fan. thats the kind of shops we got here.
These guys here if they looked at my computer, they would say "theres your problem, you got a gosh darn car heater core in there. It's getting to gosh darn hot" They don't even have replacement parts in their shop, *** is that about? What they do have is New HP's and Toshiba laptops in there. I asked how much it would cost for replacement RAM, they brought me out PC-3200 1GB sticks, said that was the best they had, and 2 sticks cost $100 USD
    
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post #1070 of 6068
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they would say "theres your problem, you got a gosh darn car heater core in there. It's getting to gosh darn hot"
aaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahahahaha i got up to take care of the dog and I read this. made it worth waking up in the middle of the night.
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