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K8T NEO and AMD 3000+ HELP
« on: 16-January-04, 21:04:56 »

Just bought a new K8T NEO Mb and AMD 64 3000+. Problem is I plug in the ATX power connector from my Aspire 500W See Through psu, ram ( corsair 3200c2pro ) and vid card (9800 Pro) and those are the only things ( except processor and heatsink ) but nothing happens. The system turns on as in the fans run but I get NO beeps and NO display.  Clueless please help.  I've tried the vidcard, ram, and psu on another comp and they've worked. Any ideas?
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« Reply #1 on: 16-January-04, 21:11:48 »
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  • details as in red

    what about the 12v 4 pin lead
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    « Reply #2 on: 16-January-04, 21:30:06 »

    3.3V 28A
    5.0V 30A
    12.0V 34A
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    « Reply #3 on: 16-January-04, 21:31:16 »

    Oh and should both the standard ATX connector and 12v 4 pin be plugged in?
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    « Reply #4 on: 16-January-04, 21:31:46 »
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    « Reply #5 on: 16-January-04, 21:37:03 »

    :censored: I just tried that and it shut itself off and won't come back on...I smell that lovely burning smell...w....t.....f
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    « Reply #6 on: 16-January-04, 22:57:23 »
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  • Send the board back:)   I would have said the four pin too... Did you force it in wrong???  I know I missed it the first time I put mine together:)  Good luck...
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    « Reply #7 on: 17-January-04, 03:12:31 »

    I have the same problem here. I have Enermax EG465P-VE PSU:
    +5V 44A
    +12V 20A
    +3.3V 38A
    -5V 2A
    -12V 1A
    +5VSB 2.2A
    4-pin connector is connected and no screen when I try to boot. I tried D-Bracket and it just stays at 1 - green, 2,3,4 - red. This is Early Chipset Initialization according to the manual. Oh I'm using 512 MB of TwinMOS Twister PC3200/DDR400 CL2.0 ram.
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    « Reply #8 on: 17-January-04, 06:56:00 »

    No I didn't force the 4 pin in wrong :/
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    « Reply #9 on: 17-January-04, 07:11:09 »
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  • the plug is kind of keyed ,there is a small plastic bit for the plastic catch to fit on ,but its possible also to fit the thing wrong ,i see reason if it was the right way round for it to do this,other may be than a short from a stand off under it
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    « Reply #10 on: 18-January-04, 02:04:28 »

    so is there a problem with the ENERMAX EG465P-VE(FM) and this board
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    « Reply #11 on: 18-January-04, 04:13:19 »

    I don't think this is  a problem with Enermax PSU (unless it is broken). In my system it was RAM. I tried other brands and now the computer boots and works just fine.
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    « Reply #12 on: 18-January-04, 14:52:32 »

    i really needed to make sure cause that is the power supply i am getting and my system is running fine except for that, no memory errors in prime95

    so thats what i am purchasing on monday
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