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    Default Noshto PC..

    My gaming PC won't start up.

    I press the power button, the systems starts and stops in a second.

    Looks like a PSU issue to me.

    What do you guys think ?

    A fuse in the PSU ? That maybe I can replace ? Maybe high voltage (or low) te fuse kete giyeche ?

    Can a PSU be fixed ? (AFAIK PSU = expensive for me at this moment )


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    Default Re: Noshto PC..

    You are using a thermaltake 600W right? I've seen another same PSU doing the same thing... Guess its a common problem for that type of PSU (Still may be your PSU is okey ...)
    You better check your system by another PSU.
    And if its really the PSU issue (like I've seen before) its not a fuse/easy problem. Most probably the start check IC is gone wild and its very hard to replace/repair (atleast I didnt find any) unless you got any warranty. In this type of problem you can still use this faulty PSU by starting it manually. Bring out the wires for shorting the PSU out and use it to start up your system, it should work fine. There is a possibility that this faulty PSU will work on some other motherboard flawlessly (its a very rare case but that doesnt mean that the PSU is okey).
    Last edited by AmareX; September 22nd, 2009 at 02:56.
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    Default Re: Noshto PC..

    DC, does yor PSU come wid 12v ATX 2.2? or 2.3?
    Last edited by patron_saint; September 22nd, 2009 at 03:01.

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    Default Re: Noshto PC..

    try to boot ur PC without ur GPU.

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    Default Re: Noshto PC..

    Quote Originally Posted by @mrX View Post
    You are using a thermaltake 600W right? I've seen another same PSU doing the same thing... Guess its a common problem for that type of PSU (Still may be your PSU is okey ...)
    You better check your system by another PSU.
    And if its really the PSU issue (like I've seen before) its not a fuse/easy problem. Most probably the start check IC is gone wild and its very hard to replace/repair (atleast I didnt find any) unless you got any warranty. In this type of problem you can still use this faulty PSU by starting it manually. Bring out the wires for shorting the PSU out and use it to start up your system, it should work fine. There is a possibility that this faulty PSU will work on some other motherboard flawlessly (its a very rare case but that doesnt mean that the PSU is okey).
    Amio eitai boltam. R fuse gele start hotoi na. Thermaltake forum e same problem dekhesi. Eita psu problem(Not psu\System watt problem).

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    Default Re: Noshto PC..

    first of take ur processor cooler out and clean it and refix it maybe thatll solve ur prblm...........................

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    Default Re: Noshto PC..

    PSU er problem hoile to start hoito na... first make sure GPU, RAM, Processor, mobo, these are OK in their slots

    amar similar problem hoisilo koyek month aage, then whole PC khule clean kore reassemble korsi, thik hoye gese

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    It certainly is a psu problem...
    btw does it still have warrenty?

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    Default Re: Noshto PC..

    Quote Originally Posted by FATAL1TY View Post
    It certainly is a psu problem...
    btw does it still have warrenty?
    Or a Processor cooler issue like O_o mentioned.

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    Default Re: Noshto PC..

    nope a processor issue wont react like that...if there is something wrong with the cooler...the temp of the CPU will go & gradually the mobo will give beeps(warnings) & then shut it self off but u can go to the bios to chech temps...there is no problem with that
    I once went to the bios without even installing a cooler & found my E8400 close to 80C in bios

    Sounds like a PSU issue to me...check if the PSU starts up in another computer & then report

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