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Dead CPU or dead Mobo?

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Posted Original PosterOP

Hi

I've recently bought a new Z270-p motherboard for my 6700K processor, and when I try to turn on my computer the fans spin up for a short while and then nothing happens, it just cuts off again.

Need some help 馃槩

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1 minute ago, chrisninjabay said:

Hi

I've recently bought a new Z270-p motherboard for my 6700K processor, and when I try to turn on my computer the fans spin up for a short while and then nothing happens, it just cuts off again.

Need some help 馃槩

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Are there any debug LED's lighting up? Or maybe debug codes?

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I'm sorry but I'm not gonna download the video

You can upload it here 馃槈

1 minute ago, chrisninjabay said:

I've recently bought a new Z270-p motherboard for my 6700K processor, and when I try to turn on my computer the fans spin up for a short while and then nothing happens, it just cuts off again.

Make sure everything is seated

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Clear the cmos聽

Try with one stick at a time聽


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1 minute ago, Naijin said:

Are there any debug LED's lighting up? Or maybe debug codes?

No such thing as debug LED's on this Mobo 馃槙

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make sure Audio or USB pins are connected, many old boards have a debug code beep set like my old DH77KC, and it may be your bios telling the thing its not hot enough to kick the fans on depending on the pinout you selected for each fan


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18 minutes ago, BurntToast47 said:

make sure Audio or USB pins are connected, many old boards have a debug code beep set like my old DH77KC, and it may be your bios telling the thing its not hot enough to kick the fans on depending on the pinout you selected for each fan

Speakers and USB-pins are connected

I've switched to my old Mobo and same thing happens 馃槩

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