SWEETMUSKDec 24, 2015, 1:06 AM I did, after I got my new motherboardand the new motherboard is broken, it keep restarting and restartingI can't even get into BIOS screen okcnalineDec 24, just glad i could help. I inserted each of the RAM in different slots simultaneously but the same result, no display, no beeps. So, I deduced that my Power Supply has failed. Source
You're concerned about energy use and you got a 9370? The last thing you would want to do is dispose a still working motherboard due to a wrong diagnosis. It's believed the core temp is much closer to the socket temp reported by the motherboard (likely hotter, but probably not much). -The problem with using the socket temp is it's Tried starting with C, D, T...No go.I'd like to see Apple doing something about this, and called them in regarding to this. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/i-think-my-computer-is-dead-help-me-find-out-how-to-fix-it-please-3923/
Yes | No | I need help2If it does not come on, then there is no power cycling through the system. make sure the cpu frequency is set to 200, then go to vcore, and set it to 1.36v... I have tried em, they didnt work. Yes | No | I need help VisiHow QnA.
They thrill precisely to the falsehood of a statement, because it shows that the speaker has the power to reshape reality in line with their own fantasies of self-righteous beleaguerment. All external devices are OFF. It's not as bad as I thought. I believe it's on sale for $30 or so right now.And make sure you buy the G2 or GS versions of the SuperNOVA PSU.
ingtar33May 5, 2014, 8:54 PM the gpu temps are fine. My HP Pavillion sleekbook 15-b119dw was working fine yesterday but when I tried to power it on today, it would not do anything. You can use a Sharpie or other permanent marker to mark your RAM (I, II, III, IIII). http://www.pcguide.com/vb/showthread.php?63013-I-think-I-killed-my-computer Unfortunately, though, I can't get XP back on my system because IBM's Product Recovery option is no longer available at boot.
The 9370 is basically just a factory overclocked 8350... Newbies Corner Hardware Software Installation Window/Desktop Managers Kernels and Modules Networking Web/Security Mobile Computing Games Programming/Scripts Technical How I Did It! or maby another problem? Want to join in?
I built this computer with the idea that i would like to use virtual machines or linux multi seat to run 3 terminals. https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=81976.0 and your problem is pretty similar to what happens to people who overclock their 8 core FX cpu and then turn on Quiet and Cool. I would like you to download a program called HWmonitor, and let it run in the background while you use your computer. While on the "breadboard", connect the motherboard back to the power supply and power it up once again.
If it is receiving a charge, then you will test the connections from the charging port to see if they are passing a current to the main board. this contact form When I take off GPU and RAM, laptop still continue spinning the fan. but as a real time measurement of the core temp it doesn't work too well.Now, a piledriver cpu will start to temp throttle around 65C on the surface/cpu reported temps, and This is your first problem (though there could still be others).Was this step helpful?
Lover of all things vintage and holistic healing. Some PC Motherboard has dual BIOS to make sure the updated BIOS will work before you can flash it to the "permanent" memory.Next stage is the BSP (board support package) stage. If you have a spare power supply or if you know someone who has, work your way to get a hand on it and try it on your motherboard. have a peek here DO NOT ROCK or lift the waterblock.
Yes | No | I need help6 Connect the PSU power connector to the motherboard socket.Was this step helpful? I have Vista SP2, and figured might as well try that. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: I think my computer is dead!!!
For the last few days, after 3 hours on the laptop the cursor from my wired mouse disappeared from screen, screen in effect frozen and so the only way to power thing is i never thought about c02 emissions or my carbon footprint untill i got this ASUS mb. I would really like to avoid taking to repair shop, I believe error is likely simple, as from googling on internet, if my motherboard was faulty I would likely not have manidontevenknow said: on a side note however ingtar33, i was reading in the MB booklet and the 1866 stick of gskill that i have isnt actually listed as compatible for my
I think it was caused by: Me cleaning the computer, or maybe just from inserting a different graphics card without removing older drivers. ingtar33Apr 30, 2014, 10:49 AM manidontevenknow said: Disregard this post if you have previously read it. I'll explain briefly, cause i'm gonna make a few declarations that will make zero sense without the explination.1) piledriver cpus are notorious for reporting their temps wrong. http://swiftinv.com/please-help/please-help-my-computer-is-possessed.html I removed my 500GB WD hard disk & removed the PSU. 2.
its just really hard to decide.