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Pop noise when installing new CPU

single POP roughly where the power on button is and now nothing, reseated everything how screwed am i?

 

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You not giving us much to go on bud. Maybe somebody just threw some fireworks close to you...

When i ask for more specs, don't expect me to know the answer!
I'm just helping YOU to help YOURSELF!
(The more info you give the easier it is for others to help you out!)

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1 minute ago, HanZie82 said:

You not giving us much to go on bud. Maybe somebody just threw some fireworks close to you...

so i plug the power on and other stuff in wrong spot. it just turned on now to redoo cooler and check iw as looking at capacitors

 

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3 minutes ago, svrhub said:

so i plug the power on and other stuff in wrong spot. it just turned on now to redoo cooler and check iw as looking at capacitors

 

Still not really following you.

 

You had cables plugged in incorrectly.  PSU was on when swapping out CPU?  PC fired up in the process, followed by a "pop" noise.  Now it doesn't POST at all?

 

Yeah.. you probably fried stuff.

 

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You don't even say what hardware you have and your post is almost unreadable.

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5 minutes ago, jonnyGURU said:

Still not really following you.

 

You had cables plugged in incorrectly.  PSU was on when swapping out CPU?  PC fired up in the process, followed by a "pop" noise.  Now it doesn't POST at all?

 

Yeah.. you probably fried stuff.

 

it was off i put the power button cables idk the correct term ther tiny pin ones that connect the case's on button to the MOBO incorrectly and it poped, in prosseces of putting cooler back on and crossing fingers

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2 minutes ago, svrhub said:

it was off i put the power button cables idk the correct term ther tiny pin ones that connect the case's on button to the MOBO incorrectly and it poped, in prosseces of putting cooler back on and crossing fingers

Those are the front panel connectors.
There is some input as in buttons but also some outputs as in HDD and power leds maybe even a little tone generator/speaker.

It would depend on the motherboard if it can survive anything like shorting it, or incorrect connection.

But hearing a real POP is usually the end.

When i ask for more specs, don't expect me to know the answer!
I'm just helping YOU to help YOURSELF!
(The more info you give the easier it is for others to help you out!)

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1 minute ago, svrhub said:

it was off i put the power button cables idk the correct term ther tiny pin ones that connect the case's on button to the MOBO incorrectly and it poped, in prosseces of putting cooler back on and crossing fingers

Ok...  Not sure why it's so hard to tell a story with a beginning, middle and end.  

 

The "tiny pin connector" is the power button connection from the case to the motherboard.   There's no power there.  Nothing should "pop".

 

So, you're saying you had the cooler off the CPU, you plugged in that connection and heard a pop noise.  Was the power supply actually in the "on" position at this time?

 

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20 minutes ago, HanZie82 said:

Those are the front panel connectors.
There is some input as in buttons but also some outputs as in HDD and power leds maybe even a little tone generator/speaker.

It would depend on the motherboard if it can survive anything like shorting it, or incorrect connection.

But hearing a real POP is usually the end.

well it turned on, i upgraded form a i56400 to a i76700k, and the heat difference is insane

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24 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

You don't even say what hardware you have and your post is almost unreadable.

sorry panicking and i dont know what to call the front pannel connectors nor really know what happened

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3 minutes ago, svrhub said:

sorry panicking and i dont know what to call the front pannel connectors nor really know what happened

Please, for your sake and everyone trying to help. Deep breaths. Now. Deep breaths.

What they're trying to get from you is just, what happened when this started? You were plugging in and unplugging things. Was the PSU off or unplugged or was it plugged in and on? Just describe what you were doing. "I was unplugging the CPU cooler and forgot to turn the PSU off" or something like that.

Also, listing your hardware would really help people. Something simple like this.

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CPU I9-9900k, Motherboard GIGABYTE Z390 I AORUS PRO WIFI, RAM CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 32GB 3000mhz (2x16), GPU ASUS ROG STRIX GeForce RTX 2070 8GB, Case Geeek A60 Plus, Storage CORSAIR Force Series MP510 1920GB NVMe, CORSAIR FORCE Series MP510 960GB NVMe, PSU CORSAIR RM650x, Cooling Asus ROG RYUO 240, Displays LG 34UC98-W 34-Inch, 32 inch curved that I can't find the model number for right now, Keyboard Corsair K95, Mouse Corsair Nightblade, Sound AT2020+ USB Mic and Headphones

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56 minutes ago, Voluspa said:

Please, for your sake and everyone trying to help. Deep breaths. Now. Deep breaths.

What they're trying to get from you is just, what happened when this started? You were plugging in and unplugging things. Was the PSU off or unplugged or was it plugged in and on? Just describe what you were doing. "I was unplugging the CPU cooler and forgot to turn the PSU off" or something like that.

Also, listing your hardware would really help people. Something simple like this.

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computer is working now, i mismatched the front panel connectors and had a pop, but now im at 70C temps so i probably failed at the thermal paste.

happened when i plugged in and switched it on.

 

The NH-D14 didnt fist so its a really cheap 2 pipe garbage coolermaster.

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