Possible fried motherboard, how to diagnose?
i5 3570k @ 3.4 ghz
GTX 670 @ 1,016 MHz
ASRock z77 pro4-m
Intel stock cooler
8 gb RAM
4 chassis fans (Corsair Carbide 500r)
PSU: Seasonic 620w 12v ATX 120-240v modular
Seems like you fried your PSU. The issue here is that you plugged in 3 fans all at once into a PSU which may cause it to overload. Fans actually take quite a few watts to run. However looking at your specs they should be running fine though since 3570k and the 670 added up only take around 300-400w which is wayy less than the 650w your PSU supports, and not only that Seasonic is a pretty good brand. Have you tried restarting? If it doesn't boot up try having less components in the PSU and then power up again. IF it still doesnt work I recommend switching out the PSU. thats prolly the cause here.
GPUS-> GT 220 -> msi twin frozr II 560 ti -> sapphire vapor x 7950 boost
If you want to test, simple. Remove all the non essential parts. Start off with 1 stick of ram, no gpu. If nothing powers on, no motherboard light or anything then maybe it is the PSU. Does it smell funny(PSU)? Anything look burnt(around mobo, ram)? Only way to be sure is to put another PSU in there and test, and hope nothing else was fried.
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