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Core I7 2600 wont work

Go to solution Solved by Jarryd,

Hi sorry to everyone whoi has replied,  I have found that it is the fact that the psu only has a 20 pin connector and the mobo needs 24 pin after testing it with my main pc.

 

Thanks to everyone who helped out.

So, I have had a pc running a I3 3220 working fine and recently i got a i7 2600 from the place i work so i wanted to upgrade but whenever i try to boot with the i7 it boots until windows starts loading then at a random point restarts some times its on the desktop other times its still loads but it works fine with the i3 

 

Any help is greatly appreciated,

Thanks

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have you reset the bios?

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14 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

have you reset the bios?

I have cleared the cmos yes im noit sure if thats what you mean

 

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Hmm a bit weird that it gets buggy when it gets into desktop, is it a fresh windows install or not

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18 minutes ago, bigmac999 said:

Hmm a bit weird that it gets buggy when it gets into desktop, is it a fresh windows install or not

Fresh install

 

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3 hours ago, bigmac999 said:

Hmm a bit weird that it gets buggy when it gets into desktop, is it a fresh windows install or not

 

Is it possible that the power supply only having 20 pins anf the mobo requiring 24 might have anything to with it?

 

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13 hours ago, Jarryd said:

 

Is it possible that the power supply only having 20 pins anf the mobo requiring 24 might have anything to with it?

 

actually maybe since the tdp of i7 2600 is much much higher then the i3 , try another psu or maybe its not , its just a guess

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16 hours ago, Jarryd said:

 

Is it possible that the power supply only having 20 pins anf the mobo requiring 24 might have anything to with it?

 

what psu is it since a 20 pin is rarely available nowadays

that could be cause of the crash

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ITX HTPC: Intel I3-9100F, Asrock H310CM-ITX, 16GB PNY XLR8@2400MHz, MSI GTX1650 Super Ventus OC, 250GB Kingston A2000, 250GB Samsung 840 EVO, 2x 256GB Kingston KC600, 256GB Micron M600, 240GB ADATA SU650, ID Cooling IS-50 MAX RGB, Thermaltake Litepower 450W, Cooler Master Elite 110A
Acer Nitro 5: AMD Ryzen 7 4800H, 16GB Kingston 3200MHz, Nvidia GTX1650, 512GB XPG SX8200 Pro, 512GB WD SN530, 500GB Crucial MX500

MSI PE60: Intel i7-5700HQ, 16GB Corsair Vengeance 2133Mhz, Nvidia GTX960m, 512GB ADATA SU800, 500GB Transcend SSD220Q
Alienware M17xR4: Intel i7-3940XM@4.5GHz, 24GB Kingston HyperX 1866MHz, Nvidia GTX980m, 960GB Crucial M500, 750GB WD Black

TRUENAS: Intel I7-3770K@4.5GHz, Asus Z77 V-Pro, 32GB Corsair Vengeance@2400MHZ, Sapphire RX470 Platinum Edition, 240GB PNY CS900, 480GB WD Green, 120GB WD Green, 240GB Patriot Burst, 2x 4TB WD Red, 2x 2TB WD Blue, 1TB WD Black, Cooler Master MA410M, Thermaltake Litepower 550W

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Which mobo is it ? ... would be surprising that it would be something like a compatibility issue but ... did you check the compatibility with your motherboard/chipset before buying ?

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Hi sorry to everyone whoi has replied,  I have found that it is the fact that the psu only has a 20 pin connector and the mobo needs 24 pin after testing it with my main pc.

 

Thanks to everyone who helped out.

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