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  1. Of course it's not the PSU. Is either a bad...

    Of course it's not the PSU.

    Is either a bad drive or bad motherboard controller.
  2. Thread: ATX12VO

    by Jon Gerow
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    There's no way for a motherboard OEM to know how...

    There's no way for a motherboard OEM to know how many drives an end user is going to use, and what kind of drives those are. But if the motherboard has four SATA ports, you have to assume they're...
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    ehume has started a new thread to discuss ATX12VO...

    ehume has started a new thread to discuss ATX12VO if you'd like to participate.

    http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/showthread.php?17168-ATX12VO
  4. Thread: ATX12VO

    by Jon Gerow
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    It's effective immediately, but does not REPLACE...

    It's effective immediately, but does not REPLACE ATX12V. It will coexist.

    Currently, it's like BTX was. Nobody in the PSU industry wants to develop a PSU without a market. And motherboard...
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    If you look through our forums, you can see that...

    If you look through our forums, you can see that the ATX12VO has already been linked and discussed.

    You also bumped an old thread with off topic discussion (one person mentioned ATX12VO and you...
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    The difference between the two is minutia (one is...

    The difference between the two is minutia (one is slightly more efficient, the other is slightly quieter).

    Either is much better than the CX-M.
  7. I swear I read "Pikachu" when I first saw that.

    I swear I read "Pikachu" when I first saw that.
  8. Good. Install the second stick of RAM. Put...

    Good. Install the second stick of RAM. Put everything back in the case and try it again.

    If it still works, next add the graphics card. Then the case fans. Then the HD audio header connector,...
  9. Good. So what's missing other than not being in...

    Good. So what's missing other than not being in the case?
  10. That's part of the problem. ;) You should...

    That's part of the problem. ;)

    You should take the board out of the case, set it on a non-conductive surface, like the motherboard box, and only have the CPU and CPU cooler installed. No RAM. ...
  11. Page 2 of the about us page: ...

    Page 2 of the about us page: http://www.jonnyguru.com/about-us/2/

    Private message him here in the forums: http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/private.php
  12. I haven't operated this site in a very long time....

    I haven't operated this site in a very long time.

    You need to contact "Tazz" (Tony Day) if you want things fixed.
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    If you don't want to take advice, don't ask for...

    If you don't want to take advice, don't ask for advice.
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    No, because it's just a USB A to mini-B. ...

    No, because it's just a USB A to mini-B. Standard stuff. Unless the cable itself is bad. Have you tested it with anything else?
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    Ok. Well, my theory is blown then. Know a guy...

    Ok. Well, my theory is blown then. Know a guy in Indonesia that had reboot issues with lot code 19227101 CX750M's.
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    WOW! 10 year old thread bumped!!!

    WOW!

    10 year old thread bumped!!!
  17. Intel doesn't reply to my emails either.

    Intel doesn't reply to my emails either.
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    It's a weird problem that I've never seen/heard...

    It's a weird problem that I've never seen/heard of before.

    I suppose that maybe two wires to/from the fan controller may be crossed?

    I'd just RMA it with Corsair.
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    Then don't get a graphics card at all until you...

    Then don't get a graphics card at all until you can afford a new PSU.

    Are you really in the United States? Because that PSU is for EU power (230V). It shouldn't work (or at least won't work...
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    You should replace that power supply before...

    You should replace that power supply before spending money on a new graphics card.
  21. All? Are you sure about that? ...

    All?

    Are you sure about that?

    http://internationalconfigurations.com/egypt-power-cords-power-supply-cords.php
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    Right. Just the first board. And I responded to...

    Right. Just the first board. And I responded to quickly.

    The problem could be a component drawing too much power through the board, via a particular trace, to the individual pin. Most likely...
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    Sufficient, yes. Of course. 450W or 550W is...

    Sufficient, yes. Of course. 450W or 550W is sufficient. But not worth it. That's hardly cheaper than an RM650x and besides, the G2 was actually better.
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    It is. And transient response doesn't even play...

    It is. And transient response doesn't even play a part on how it can handle high transient loads. It's how you have the OCP and/or OPP set for those big spikes, because the voltages drop isn't...
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    That's not saying much. ;)

    That's not saying much. ;)
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