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Posted 03 January 2007 - 02:04 AM
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Posted 03 January 2007 - 06:34 AM
Hey there, I experienced something similiar in the past before. First of all you need to make sure that the PSU is right for the CPU and the motherboard, so make sure that the motherboard has the same amount of connectors that the PSU supports, then make sure that you have the same amount of connectors for the PSU to the CPU's power (you'll only encounter a problem like this if you use dual-core really). If all of those things are fine then I'm stumped.
Well I took out the new PSU and put my old one back in and I'm currently using the new power cord with my old PSU as we speak...so the problem is not the power cord. Also, my comp isn't screwed up because it's working fine with the old PSU.
Furthermore, there is no power switch on this particular PSU. The manual says the on-off function is controlled by the motherboard connector in pins 13 and 14.
I'll probably just call PC Power and Cooling in the morning.
Posted 03 January 2007 - 08:57 AM
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