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  1. To my amazement, that worked. Nothing seems to be dead. I pulled both RAM sticks and the graphics card and found that the fans spun up. Put each component back in one by one and each time it worked. So now it's put back together exactly the way it was before and it works. Why could that be?
  2. Sorry, B350M Gaming Pro And I don't have a mobo speaker so I've never gotten a POST beep. As I said, all I can see is the thing lighting up red, which never seems to be a good sign.
  3. Was playing a game when suddenly the video feed shut off. Reset the computer and nothing happened. Then I realized no LEDs were turning on but the computer was still whirring to life. Popped open the hood and tried it, and therein I saw the problem. No fans were spinning up. Case fan, CPU heatsink, even graphics card. None of them would start up when I pressed the power button. Though the motherboard lit up red, the power supply started, and my hard drive spun up, none of the fans would work. How to I resolve this? The MOBO, RAM, and CPU are practically brand new. MSI B350 Ryzen 3 1200 w/ stock heatsink (OC to 3.5 GHz) GTX 670 Signature 2 8GB G.SKILL RAM Corsair CX600 PSU
  4. I was prepared to go and buy a new board. if I get it and it turns out to be the cpu I'm gonna cry.
  5. Definitely not on the drive, as not even the bios is anywhere to be found
  6. Yes, tried on my tv, tried another chord. No go.
  7. Hi all. Just recently my gaming pc came to a screeching halt when I turned it on and there didn't seem to be any POST. there was no display. optical drives and hard drives spun up, sounded like the system was booting normally, but no display. also, I don't have a motherboard speaker so don't ask. I went blind. So I tried switching ram slots, switching ram modules, I tried a different display, I removed the graphics card and tried the igpu, i reset the cmos, changed the cmos battery entirely. Even let the system sit for a while unplugged in case it just had the sniffles. Nothing yielded any results. I've ruled out the ram and graphics card, I feel like if the processor was fried it wouldn't power on at all, and my temps never even approached tjunction while under load, so I feel like it must have been the board that went. My question is do you guys think I need to just go out and buy a new board or am I making a mistake? In case you're wondering about the specs: ASUS M5A 78L-M/USB3.0 motherboard AMD FX-8320E OC'd to 3.8GHz Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 8GB Kingston HyperX 1333 DDR3 EVGA GTX 670 Signature 2
  8. Upped the voltage. New problem. The moment the test starts, both Core Temp and CPU-Z report all cores going down to 2.8GHz, only occasionally and momentarily jumping up to 4GHz.
  9. No, I switched out for a Hyper 212 EVO. I kept a close eye on temps when running all tests. Though, I never really get a chance to when running P95. What confuses me is that CPU-Z's stress test runs like a breeze.
  10. Hey guys I'm new to overclocking so I'm trying to be careful with this. Before I go any further, here are the specs I'm working with: ASUS M5A78L-M/USB3 AMD FX-8320E Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO EVGA GTX 670 Signature 2 16GB Kingston HyperX 1866 DDR3 275GB Crucial SSD Corsair CX600 I wanted to get a bit more out of my processor so I tried cranking the clock speed. At stock she runs a base of 3.2GHz and a max turbo of 4GHz. I clocked it at 4GHz on all cores, disabled cool'n'quiet as well as turbo boost, and she runs through Cinebench as well as a CPU-Z stress test without issues. What puzzles me, is that as little as two seconds after starting a Prime95 torture test, the system forcibly reboots. I've been having other strange issues as well. I set the voltage to about 1.35V to go at 4.1GHz, and CInebench and CPU-Z would test fine, about an hour later of just watching videos, she just forcibly restarted. Had the exact same issue earlier at 4.2GHz. Another weird thing I noticed, before the former two events, is that when trying to run Cinebench at 4.3GHz, the temps would be fine, but I noticed the clock speed would occasionally plummet to about 1.5GHz and slowly climb back up, giving the benchmark a really low score. What's causing all of this?
  11. Well, as a little update, I replaced the battery, still nothing. Board is dead. Today I picked up an AM3+ board to go a different direction. Gonna go with FX for a while, then switch to Ryzen.
  12. I'm almost ready to dismiss incompatibility with the graphics card, as I also tried a GTS 250 on it to no avail. I'll look for another battery.
  13. I've removed the battery and put it back in, I've considered replacing the battery though I don't know if it'll work. The mobo's manual seems to urge me to find the right CMOS battery to avoid explosions. Literally.
  14. I am indeed using the output on the graphics card, using HDMI to view it on my TV. Problem is it never beeps. Not even if I remove the RAM. Nothing.
  15. Just got a few parts together for a PC but I'm having some trouble with it. I push the power button, all fans start spinning (SPU, PSU, graphics card) but no video signal, and no beep. I've tried switching RAM slots, switching RAM, removing RAM all together I've tried switching the processor I've tried switching the graphics card. Nothing gets me any closer. Switching the processor did seem to fix an odd issue where upon powering it on the graphics card seemed to breathe (surge power then quiet down, making go incredibly loud then quiet, constantly) but beyond that, no change. The parts are quite mismatched and the processor is quite old to avoid ANY compatibility issues that there may be with the motherboard, as of now all I'm trying to get the thing to do is POST. I'm using an MSI P4N SLI-FI mobo Pentium 4 531 @ 3GHz EVGA GTX 670 Sig 2 Is there anything else it may be? Is there anything else I can try before searching for a replacement motherboard?
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