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Old 06-22-2009, 11:42 PM   #21
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hmmmm.... then try the other PSU, but right now, it sounds like your mobo is messed up. If it doesn't work, try reassembling the whole computer on a piece of cardboard with no case. This works sometimes.
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Old 06-23-2009, 12:39 PM   #22
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OK i didn't feel like swapping my PSU, so i randomley turn it on the next day And it works... But i still have a black screen


EDIT: it was the video card, i just have to go back to my 6200

Now my Keyboard connections do not work
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Old 06-23-2009, 08:07 PM   #23
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Your ps/2's are not working or the usb?

It is the mobo for sure if that is the case...take it out of the case, and put the computer back together on a piece of cardboard and see if it will boot. If not, you will need a new one.
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New computer time? Save some cash and buy a new rig, Sky.
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Old 06-23-2009, 09:01 PM   #25
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Yep. Buy AMD this time, though. You get a lot more power for less.
The phenom 9600 would be a perfect choice for you, and you could buy the AM2+ ECS balck series HDMI board, and then use all you old parts.
There you go---quad core upgrade for $200.
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*cough* C2Q Q6700 *cough*
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Old 06-23-2009, 09:06 PM   #27
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*cough* C2Q Q6700 *cough*
But his mobo is burnt out, so he might as well buy AMD if he wants it.

The 9600 is a great CPU. I have it on my media PC.

Besides where will he get the 6700? It is out of production.
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My motherboard isn't dead....

it was my 8600gt, now i have to regress back to using my 6200 that can't even play 3d chess...

I had an adapter around, so i used that....

I will definitely go AMD my next full build because Intel needs to make some refinements to their processors...


but for now, i have to attempt to last on this damn pc




but hey at least it looks cool.......
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Old 06-24-2009, 01:06 AM   #29
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My motherboard isn't dead....

it was my 8600gt, now i have to regress back to using my 6200 that can't even play 3d chess...

I had an adapter around, so i used that....

I will definitely go AMD my next full build because Intel needs to make some refinements to their processors...


but for now, i have to attempt to last on this damn pc




but hey at least it looks cool.......
I thought your keyboard was out...
Yes that is a very awesome case.
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whats wrong with Intel CPUs?
All mine works like a charm.

Good luck on your next build. Took forever when I didnt have a job and dont get any allowance. I had to make compromises over compromises. I always had to wait till Christmas, Chinese new year, and birthday to get some cash around to buy the parts.
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