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Hi, the answer is NO. you do have issues on the power supply box. you can test it alone safely by plugging it on the ac, and short the green and any black wire on the 20/24 pin connector using a piece of striped wire. if the exhaust fan spins continuously its ok, else its bad.
first remove the cover of your computer after switching off the system and removing the power plug the power the system and see whether the processor fan is working if not power off the system and remove the 24 pin connector from the smps to the motherboard and short the green and black pin of the conector from the smps and see the smps fan is working if not replace the smps if working then remove the memory from the slot and clean them or change the memory to which match the dimm slot an connect the connector and switch on the computer
Hi friends , It is *********** board problem,Because the over heating. Go to bios and set the FAN control disable. If same problem Change the CPU FAN . If the problem same . You will think, the censer of the mother board, has damaged and that's why,censer of the mother board think that CPU is cross the temperature limit. It is the main reason.You need another mother board,sorry to say you.
Hmmm.... mainly you have: -20 or 24-pins connector, that is unique and goes directly to motherboard (powers motherboard and its components) -4 or 8-pins connector that powers CPU -the rest would be connectors for ROM (CD/DVD/BlueRay) and HDD devices (there are: molex and sata power conectors)
1st check if the voltage from the plug has correct groung , neutral phase set .then try a new smps , with minimum 400W output. before connecting the same. please remove all the parts out of the cabinet please connect only motherboard and smps and check its getting switched on , if not then your board is burnt you will have to replace it , if there is power indication then connect the RAM and check , if its also fine then connect the rest and try. all this u have tried and no use , please post me a msg with full detail of your PC configuration , I can try a resolution