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we have the 24 pin, and an 8 pin (which had 4 of the pins covered up by plastic) we put the 24 pin in the 24 pin slot, and the 4 pin in the 4 pin slot, do we use an 8 pin and use the extra 4 pins?
    
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Re-using the thermal paste is not a really good idea, but as long as it is not dry or anything, it should work for now, but I'd suggest buying more thermal paste inmediately!
its only been on approx 12 hours, i won't do it if i'ts that bad.
    
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post #23 of 43
You have this motherboard:



Right?

Check the top right corner of the image, that's the 8-pin CPU power connection.

You're supposed to fill in all the 8 pin holes! If you're only using 4 pin, there might be your problem!

You should have a 8-pin cable or 4+4-pin cable on ur PSU, or both, use any of those and connect all the 8 holes!
    
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post #24 of 43
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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post
You have this motherboard:



Right?

Check the top right corner of the image, that's the 8-pin CPU power connection.

You're supposed to fill in all the 8 pin holes! If you're only using 4 pin, there might be your problem!

You should have a 8-pin cable or 4+4-pin cable on ur PSU, or both, use any of those and connect all the 8 holes!

it worked before with just 4 as my old no name psu didn't have the 8 pin
    
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post #25 of 43
You're actually supposed to connect all the 8 pins

With an 4-pin you are not delivering enough power and may result in motherboard damage if you overclock.

Make sure you connect it all on the 8-pin.
    
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post #26 of 43
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8 pin plugged in, exactly the same as before, still going to leave the 8 pin in though.
    
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post #27 of 43
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i had never overclocked, i bought all this new stuff so i could overclock.
    
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post #28 of 43
You might be overloading PSU. Remove GPU and try.


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i bought all this new stuff so i could overclock.
Dont. You will Void warranty / gurranty if you OC.
post #29 of 43
Can you try your old PSU from outside of the case see if the PC boots with the old PSU?

Maybe you just got a faulty HX850, which is weird..
    
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post #30 of 43
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You might be overloading PSU. Remove GPU and try.


Dont. You will Void warranty / gurranty if you OC.
Are you serious?

Overloading a 850W PSU with a rig that won't take over 400W under full load? Congrats on that post

Oh, and no OC? This is Overclock.net
    
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