Everytime i switch on my cpu there is no power activity. i already bought a new power supply and it still no power. can u help me to solve this problem? if i want to use my pc i just long pressed the power button first and then i switch the avr and there is a power activity already. i also experience that the pc will restart automically with out my permission. thanks i hope you can help me with this problem.
Try to do the ff:
before you replace your Mainboard.
1.did you try to set your bios to default settings ,then save and restart.
2. try to clean your memory and memory slots ,
3.try to remove your other hardware except the video card and restart your unit.
4.try to reformat your hardisk.
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Yes, this board IS certified with those processors according to the chart on their own website at: http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Product/Product_Detail.aspx?CategoryID=1&DetailID=38&DetailName=Feature&MenuID=24&LanID=0 At least the version 5.1A is certified to work with them. If possibly you can provide more information as to the exact issue you are having, I might be able to help more. If you have CPUs that the board does work with, you may want to upgrade the bios to the latest version.
you can use any ATX mainboard into an ATX case, they are universal. Your cpu will only fit boards with the same cpu footprint so you need to know what socket your cpu is.. lga775 is most common now.
I would advise a Gigabyte EP45-UD3LR board.
Excellent board and well worth the outlay..
no issues with windows xp or vista
and you can expand drives and ram as you wish..
Check to make sure theres no dust on the motherboard or shorts of any kind, dust, drives, cooling. Also check the BIOS you might be suprised of running too hot of a processor. Check Intel they give you a tempature value it should run at and if it get hotter than that the motherboard shuts off for safety.
Sounds like a thermal issue. New power supply might be overheating the cpu causing the thermal sensor in the cpu to automatically shut down so the cpu doesn't fry. You could try adding a case fan or two plus upgrading the spu heatsink/fan. Hope this helps.