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mister-nobody

don't no what is going wrong x99- ws/ usb 3.1 and i7 5820 k

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Well, for starters you need a CPU cooler on that 5820K but that's probably not why it's doing what it's doing.


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40 minutes ago, mister-nobody said:

there was a bendet pin i have put it on the rigt spot and a gain also whit out a cpu dos the mother bord the same

Well, you can try just one stick of RAM, you can try a different GPU, you can try a different PSU, you can try unplugging all peripherals, SATA drives, etc.

 

Before any of that though, do apply some thermal compound onto that CPU and put a heatsink on it. Your troubleshooting won't get far when the CPU overheats after 30~45 seconds.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

the bord isn't shuting down when only the 24 pin conector is the only that is conectet to the board but if i put te cpu pouwer in the board it dos the same and start up and down everi 3 secens

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On 7/15/2020 at 9:22 PM, Windows7ge said:

Well, you can try just one stick of RAM, you can try a different GPU, you can try a different PSU, you can try unplugging all peripherals, SATA drives, etc.

 

Before any of that though, do apply some thermal compound onto that CPU and put a heatsink on it. Your troubleshooting won't get far when the CPU overheats after 30~45 seconds.

it is fine if it don't run longer than 30 seconds but now it wont pouwer on wen i see that it is realy working i order a cooler

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5 hours ago, mister-nobody said:

it is fine if it don't run longer than 30 seconds but now it wont pouwer on wen i see that it is realy working i order a cooler

So long as it's in very short bursts.

 

I would start by checking that PSU, is it known good? Did you try another?


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