So that leaves me with only two components I have not tried swapping out – the CPU and the memory. Unfortunately, after hooking this up I got the exact same results I’ve been getting all along. If so, do I need to modify the fan connectors from my case? The manual states that you should connect both the pin power supply and the 4-pin supply. Oddly, they state you should connect “PWR1” to the “auxiliary case power supply”. I’ll probably try removing everything and building it back up again just to check. Has anyone ever seen or heard of anything resembling this?
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This is my first venture into building my own PC, and so far I am about several hundred dollars and only have a large paperweight to show for my efforts.
ECS NFORCE4M-A – 1.1 – motherboard – ATX – Socket AM2 – nForce4 4X Series
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I will work on re-connecting these fans in an hour or two when I get home. You must log in or register to reply here. Joined Mar 20, Messages 10, 2. How about a problem with the CPU? Ketxxx Heedless Psychic Oct 3, If i connect my CPU fan to the wrong connector then my ecss won’t boot.
The fans spin up for about half a second, and that’s it. Could the power switch be faulty?
I’m curiouse if maybe since it was an AMD nvorce4m-a system, if the PSU was special for the AMD mobo and processor could it have possibly shorted out the motherboard over the past month it was installed.
It’s brand new, with pre-installed aluminum heatsinks on each one.
If so, do I need to modify the fan connectors from my case? Joined Oct 3, Messages 27 0. I tried to more changes today – I nfore4m-a the speaker no changeand I purchased a really heavy-duty power supply, thinking that maybe the W PS might be related to the problem.
First, check your video card, if you can, in another system. Did you look at this? But I suppose if I get a replacement mobo I will have to deal with this anyway. Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community.
It is a new build, new PS, case, mobo – everything. I only know it’s powering up because the various fans CPU, mobo, case spin up briefly. From what I have read on some various web pages, nforce4m–a square 4-pin connector is for “Pentium 4” processors, and a few sites even state “if you are building an AMD system, leave it unconnected”.
I don’t want to remove the CPU and heat sink, since it would mess with the thermal grease coating that came on the heat sink. So that leaves me with only two components I have not tried swapping out – the CPU and the memory. Unfortunately, after hooking this up I got the exact same results Nforcee4m-a been getting all along. A 4-pin “molex” connector arranged in a square pattern and a pin connector, which can actually be split into a pin and 4-pin connector.
That’s why i asked if you connected al the cables nforcw4m-a.
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I will reply back soon with my success or latest failure I then hit the power button and got the exact same results – the fans spin up for nforce4m-x half a second at most, then everything shuts down. I’ll probably try removing everything and building it back up again just to check.
Can anyone offer suggestions! Joined Jan 29, Messages 9, 1.