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Gigabyte GA-7N400 Pro fan makes tick noise after shutdown

I an using a nspire 4500w power supply the psu is not the type to stay on after the box it turned off with this motherboard.
The computer is turned off but the cpu fan moves a small amount and tick noise . also led lights on case fan also are on.
something is wrong psu or motherboard. i dont supose the bios has anything to solve this?

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I have a tick sound everytime my computer is on use.

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Do gigabyte motherboards GA-7N400 pro2/GA-7N400/GA-7N400L support usb3 cards


Yes, but please make sure you buy the PCI interface version, some of available USB 3.0 card in the market are mostly PCI-express interface. Just tell the store you will install it on the old PCI slot (white one). You also ask them if they have issue with the card that they recommending to you.

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Do you give me a list of gigabyte ga-81rm memory suppor ?


307_sub.jpg GA-7N400 (rev. 2.0)
  1. Supports AMD Athlon™ XP 400MHz FSB processor
  2. Supports Dual Channel DDR400 memory architecture
  3. Supports AGP 8x interface for outstanding graphics performance
  4. Integrated 6-channel AC'97 audio with S/P-DIF function
  5. Provides 6 USB 2.0 for high-speed connectivity

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Looking to upgrade my ram on on ga 7n400 pro mother board and was wondering what is the best to get?


see a professional or read the manual for your motherboard because every motherboard has its maximum capabillities

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Final video card upgrade for "GA-7n400 Pro"


Hi

Thank you for your query

Looking at the specification of the motherboard, the maximum you are looking at is 512MB AGP card (Nvidia or the like), unfortunatley i cannot tell you exactly which one, as differnt cards are used for different things i.e. gaming, web creation etc etc

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Your GA-7N400 PRO2 motherboard does not have a built-in video graphics card. You need to install an AGP 8x graphics card into the AGP slot on the motherboard. When you removed the heat-sink & fan assembly the CPU starts to over heat & the CPU will shut down the system. That's why you heard the, european ambulance sound.
If it wouldn’t, you would fry the CPU. Make sure you add thermal grease on to the CPU before re-assembling the heat-sink & fan. Don't forget to plug the CPU fan power connector on to the board.

Motherboard specs;
http://www0.dealtime.com/xPF-Gigabyte-GA-7N400-Pro2
Download & read your manual. Open the link provided here;
http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/Motherboard/Manual_Model.aspx?ProductID=1756

Good luck!
Mike

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Motherboard Gygabyte GA-7N400 Beeps and Won't Start


It might be worth testing it with another power supply before you throw it. With modern motherboards requiring multiple voltages (and multiple power connections!) it is quite common for a faulty PSU to prevent start-up.

Hope this helps.

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HI I'm mhel , try to replace your memory card (RAM) with a new one this should do the trick.
e-mail me if this help

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Gigabyte GA-7N400 Pro2


hi
clear your bios setup with jumper settings.
or
take your cmos cell 15 minutes then put in position.
also check smps.
power cable,power supply.

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Toasted?


i would check the connector from the psu to the motherboard where it plugs in and check that there isnt any plastic melted socket on the terminals as it may be shorting on the motherboard and the fan is drawing the fumes out making look as if its the power supply

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