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Biostar TA790GXBE board has stopped powering up

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Worth a shot. Also please note that all fans are not created equal. ;)

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Seems it is the PSU. With my Antec PSU, the CPU fan stays on, even without any RAM in the board, so it seems the OCZ PSU managed to die in between moving the system from the bench into the case. I'll have to double-check whether the original MB is actually faulty or not but I don't think the CPU fan was coming on even briefly with that, so it probably is.

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Edited by doveman, 01 October 2012 - 06:41 AM.





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