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    Weird No-Posts

    by tatune ·


    – R5 3600

    – Asrock pro4 b450 mobo

    – Asrock 5600xt

    – Dark Rock Pro 4 from Be quiet

    – A case

    – Some fans

    Just built my first system a little while back, maybe 5 or so months ago. Got off to a great start, great numbers in games, lightning fast multitasking, etc etc… Well about a week ago I booted my PC and the case fans turned on, but the CPU fans did not. It sat there half running for a while, no post. My monitor never recognized a signal at all. PSU- On/Off, remedied. It booted immediately and I continued on as normal. Fast forward to tonight, it just did it a second time. Exact same thing, but I had to on/off the PSU twice. Now it is up and running full strength it seems. No hardware changes at all recently, and no software changes I know of. I OC’d it to I think 4.175, I would have to double check(when I first built it). Either way, I did the long way of overclocking and adjusting voltage in tiny increments till I got something that would stress test Bueno. Under the crazy-unrealistic stress test load it doesn’t go above 83 or so… In games I don’t normally see over 60 degrees.

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    • #2413045

      No way to say here

      by itsdigger ·

      In reply to Weird No-Posts

      except to tell the pros which PSU you have and if you tried a different one.

      I can also tell you that these folks don’t recommend OC’ing and recommend running stock settings.

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        by tatune ·

        In reply to No way to say here

        I don’t have spare psu’s lying around, unfortunately, but it was a good one, EVGA, I dont remember the specifics.

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          I’ve heard such stories before.

          by rproffitt ·

          In reply to PSU

          We look at the PSU and find it’s years old. But you write about overclocking so I can’t tell if stock clocking works here.

          There are overclocking forums if you are in for that.

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