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Motherboard will not acivate power to monitor,usb ports. cpu fan starts up normally thengoes into high speed???

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Actually your Motherboard is knackered - i had this when i built my own shuttle sn26p 4 years ago.

Motherboard was sent back and they replaced it,
the fans were on turbo as soon as you switched on - the bios maybe also flashed again if you can get into it as nothing loads as you say.... just send it back to the manufacturer - it's more common than you think with the shuttle

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Your power supply prolly isnt giving it enuf power

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Computer idles high then shuts down


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After powering on monitor says no sync


I've almost the same problem. When the system turns on the monitor doesn't sync. After a variable trials with down/up the sync is enabled and the computer starts.A very clear event occurs : when the monitor can''t sync ( and system doesn't boot)you can hear very clear a high fan rotation. When I look/hear in the system the Isuspect the cpu fan. The system boots ( monitor syncs) when the fan rotationgoes from high to low. So the system hangs on an internal check on the rotation speed of the cpu fan.I've googled a lot , but until now doesn't find an answer . Possibilties which I think about : replace cpu fan , clean cpu fun ( but it looks clean).I cannot measure the fan rotation speed when the system is hanging. At normal rotation all info can retrieved witth the program cpu-z.Did you already have a solution ?

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Can I put a dual core processor on my Chaintech S1689 mother board--Athlon 64 FX w/ 939 socket? I don't think my CPU fan is working and I need to replace it.


Form Factor: ATX (305mm x 200mm)
CPU: Supports Socket-939 Athlon 64 / Athlon 64 FX and Dual-Core (X2) / Sempron with the new v6.0 BIOS and above. Processor interface via 2000MT/s HyperTransport bus.
Chipset: ULi M1689
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Expansion Slots: X4/X8 AGP Slot and Five 32bit PCI Slots (v2.2 compliant)
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UltraDMA IDE Ports: Supports 2 UltraDMA-66/100/133 IDE ports
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CPU Fan Speed Too Low or Fails***


There are three things you need to have a good gaming computer, fast graphics card, fast CPU, and lots of RAM. You didn't list your RAM so I can't help you, but 4GB is the most you can put in a computer. If you want to know everything about your computer then click on Start>Accesssories>system tools>system.

Ok you asked four or five questions so lets start with the CPU since if that breaks nothing else matters. First, the measurement for CPU is GigaHertz (GHz) not rpm. So it looks like you have a 1.98GHz CPU. That is not extremely fast (my Dell laptop for instance has a 2.4GHz) so you don't have to worry about your CPU overheating. Yes, all CPUs should have a heatsink and a fan. It helps with the cooling. A CPU also does a thing called "throttling" if it is getting too hot it slows itself down to cool off. So you are good with the CPU.

The other fan is the large fan you hear going on and off. That is connected to your power supply. The measurement for that is in wattage, it is custom made depending on the motherboard so that is a given that there is no problems with the power supply.
Both fans on the CPU and the Power Supply will turn off and on as they get hotter then stop when they are cool again.

Your graphics card is the most important for gaming. It should come with its on RAM and it's on fan. GE FORCE makes some good ones. Just google "gaming graphic cards" and you'll get an idea of what you need.

So that's it. Hope this helps you understand more. If you have any questions let me know. Don't forget to rate this solution with four stars before logging out.

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CPU
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Chipset
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  2. South Bridge : Intel® ICH5
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Front Side Bus
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Memory
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  2. Max capacity: 2 GB
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  2. 1 4-pin ATX 12V power connector
  3. 1 floppy connector
  4. 2 IDE connectors
  5. 2 SATA connectors
  6. 1 CPU fan connector
  7. 1 system fan connector
  8. 1 front panel connector
  9. 1 front audio connector
  10. 1 CD In connector
  11. 1 power LED connector
  12. 1 USB 2.0/1.1 connectors for additional 2 ports by cables
Expansion Slots
  1. 1 x AGP 8x slot
  2. 3 x PCI slots
Back Panel Connectors
  1. 1 PS/2 keyboard port
  2. 1 PS/2 mouse port
  3. 1 parallel port
  4. 1 serial port (COMA)
  5. 1 VGA port
  6. 4 USB 2.0/1.1 ports
  7. 1 RJ-45 port
  8. 3 audio jacks (Line In / Line Out / MIC In)
Form Factor
  1. Micro ATX
  2. 24.4cm x 21.2cm
H/W Monitoring
  1. System voltage detection
  2. CPU temperature detection
  3. CPU / System fan speed detection
  4. CPU warning temperature
  5. CPU / System fan failure warning
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BIOS
  1. 3Mbit flash ROM
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Other Features
  1. Supports @BIOS
  2. Supports Download Center
  3. Supports Q-Flash
  4. Supports EasyTune 5 (only supports Hardware Monitor function)
  5. Supports Xpress Install
  6. Supports Xpress Recovery2
  7. Supports Xpress BIOS rescue
Remark
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