Dead Computer

ZombieJesus

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So I have been running my rig just fine for several months strait with out shutting down and many months before that just fine. I power off for the night and oops no booting in the morning....

Im guessing the contraction from cooling has wrecked part of my motherboard..

intel quad core 2.4 @ 3.3 prime 32 hours stable running under max rated temp for this chip.

asus p5k-e mobo 4 x 1 gig cruical ballistix ram sticks

I have tried swaping video cards resetting cmos and my power supply is a high end enermax infinity so I know it isnt those things..

I have also tried letting it run for a day to heat up incase the problem area might conduct again..

I think i maybe wrecked the power mosfets on my mobo... everything spins up but nothing displays on screen... any thoughts would be helpful...
 

ch33zw1z

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Minimum config. Only plug in VGA, CPU, 1 stick of RAM, and of course Power. See what happens. If the issue persists, try another stick of RAM, and so on. Reseat the CPU. If the issue persists, pull all RAM to see if the board will POST error, if this doesn't work do the same with the VGA.

If the board doesn't POST error with the VGA or RAM removed, that indicates an issue with either the mobo or power supply. If you do recover the system, run @ stock speeds for a bit and stress test it to ensure system integrity.
 

Foebry

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Heej guys,
i have a question: i recently bought a new pc I'll fill the details:

motherbord: P45 DIAMOND with QUAD core 2.83GHz and 12 MB cash memory
HDD: Seagate 1TB 7200rpm
DDR: 4x 2GB DDR3 1333MHz
and Windows XP Pro 64-bit

is this a good pc?
what would you guys change about it?
 

RadiclDreamer

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Originally posted by: Foebry
Heej guys,
i have a question: i recently bought a new pc I'll fill the details:

motherbord: P45 DIAMOND with QUAD core 2.83GHz and 12 MB cash memory
HDD: Seagate 1TB 7200rpm
DDR: 4x 2GB DDR3 1333MHz
and Windows XP Pro 64-bit

is this a good pc?
what would you guys change about it?

I would start a new thread about this instead of stepping on someone elses thread