New motherboard no boot


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    Windows 10 Pro
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    New motherboard no boot


    My last mobo sparked out and i think it took my cpu with it. The fans run but nothing displays on the screen.

    A couple mosfets blew on the msi 970ga 46 so i replaced it with a gigabyte 970a ud3p rev 2.1. I'm Using an amd fx 8350 be.
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    Windows 10
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    please rephrase the question
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    nIGHTmAYOR said:
    please rephrase the question
    I think gettheclicker did, here on another thread.
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  4. Posts : 1,273
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    You should have got a new PSU along with the new board as sparking means both got busted , I can't really recommend at this point you switch the PSU since you have already lost enough money swapping a CPU then a board , but if you still got money to spare then do get yourself a proper PSU .
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    It is a good psu. An EVGA with the golden logo which I'm told means it's advertising actual power at 1000watts. It has all the safety features to preserve itself in case of potential failure.
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    gettheclicker said:
    It is a good psu. An EVGA with the golden logo which I'm told means it's advertising actual power at 1000watts. It has all the safety features to preserve itself in case of potential failure.
    well there is no such thing as an immortal PSU , and when it bust it does exactly that , with some lines functioning and powering parts of the board , and some don't . any ways if you want honesty this is where you take the thing to the shop . they need to visual examine things mind you test what hardware have failed , this requires resources i doubt you have .
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  7. Posts : 375
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    The new 8350 is in, the old one is out, and here I am. 15 mins booted up and so far so good!


    Update - I'm a little concerned about the temps. On the MSI board with the H150i Pro I could keep the 9370 down to 20c average and 15c on idle.

    Gigabyte board with the same cooler and the 8350 it runs a bit warmer... 44c

    Any Ideas?
    Last edited by gettheclicker; 06 Sep 2019 at 15:14.
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    gettheclicker said:
    The new 8350 is in, the old one is out, and here I am. 15 mins booted up and so far so good!


    Update - I'm a little concerned about the temps. On the MSI board with the H150i Pro I could keep the 9370 down to 20c average and 15c on idle.

    Gigabyte board with the same cooler and the 8350 it runs a bit warmer... 44c

    Any Ideas?
    Check CPU/core voltage, many BIOS would set voltage too high without a cause.
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  9. Posts : 346
    Windows 10 Pro
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    gettheclicker said:
    Update - I'm a little concerned about the temps. On the MSI board with the H150i Pro I could keep the 9370 down to 20c average and 15c on idle.
    Somehow doubt that the old ran that cool. Unless you live in a refrigerator it is physically impossible for even the best water cooling setup to get below room temperature.
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  10. Posts : 375
    Windows 10 Pro
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    It was voltage.
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