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ASUS MAXIMUS IX HERO Q-code 00, no post

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Recently, i decided to move my pc to a new case, TheTower 900. Keep in mind i didnt change any orientation. I noticed that my 24 pin connector is broken and have placed an order for a new one. My cpu is a 7700k, and i have been trying to post off of integrated graphics, but as of right now i have no luck. Please help as soon as possible because i spend all of my time on my PC and Im bored as hell. Thanks

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3 minutes ago, Derp11223 said:

I checked this and this is not the case. I did not remove the cpu in the first place. How could I bend the pins?

I just followed this post, have you checked all possible things those guys mention?

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4 minutes ago, wojtepanik said:

I just followed this post, have you checked all possible things those guys mention?

Yes, but the thing is it doesnt mention anything about the 24 pin connector, which is basically the only issue i could find.

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7 minutes ago, wojtepanik said:

have you run it outside of the case after the failure?

Nope i'll try this right now

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15 minutes ago, wojtepanik said:

have you run it outside of the case after the failure?

Unfortunately this did not work.

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standard check list like swap ram, run only 1 stick, try without any usb or headers plugged in

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4 minutes ago, wojtepanik said:

standard check list like swap ram, run only 1 stick, try without any usb or headers plugged in

I tried that. Could this issue be because i do not have a cpu cooler on as of now?

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I went deeper on the post, and it say that it is most likely caused by no contact between socket and cpu, as mentioned before, bend pin or the metal bracket is not holding the cpu right, maybe tighten the bolts around socket and tighten the cooler, or don't bolt down the cooler and press it with your hands with reasonable force

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Just now, Derp11223 said:

I tried that. Could this issue be because i do not have a cpu cooler on as of now?

without the cooler it should post at least, turn itself off by temperature protection after some time - 10sec? 1m?

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51 minutes ago, wojtepanik said:

I went deeper on the post, and it say that it is most likely caused by no contact between socket and cpu, as mentioned before, bend pin or the metal bracket is not holding the cpu right, maybe tighten the bolts around socket and tighten the cooler, or don't bolt down the cooler and press it with your hands with reasonable force

No luck with that either. My waterblock is as hand tight as possible

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7 hours ago, Derp11223 said:

No luck with that either. My waterblock is as hand tight as possible

what about the retention arm ? there are bolts also, maybe they got loose ?

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2 hours ago, wojtepanik said:

what about the retention arm ? there are bolts also, maybe they got loose ?

Nope. Tight as can be

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