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#1 noesanity

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Posted 10 June 2014 - 03:51 PM

I've been working with computers for 10+ years and I have never seen this problem before, but now I've gotten it on 2 MB's. anyone have any clue what the causes could be, and/or fixes.

 

I'm running a AMD FX-6300  cpu,  an ASUSTEK M5A97 LE RE2.0 MB and a Rosewill RBR1000-M PSU

 

I can get more stats if needed, but since I have no clue what's causing the problem i'm not sure what stats to put up here.

 

I've used the PSU on separate MB's and the MB on a separate PSU and this problem doesn't happen, but due to the cost of the parts I'd rather not have to shell out another $200 for a new PSU or another $300 for a MB/CPU combo that works with my ram, GPU and case if I'm just missing a driver that didn't come with the mb or something.

 

 

( I apologize about the picture.  it's a phone grab of an offline computer.)

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#2 TsVk!

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Posted 10 June 2014 - 04:03 PM

looks like your 12v and 3v leads have done the switcheroo...

 

The 2 hot wires on the end of your 24 pin plug are around the wrong way most likely, manufacturer defect.

 

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