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Installed a new PSU, but ran into problems. Help?

#11fuzzymanPosted 8/20/2013 10:23:37 PM(edited)
and maybe reslot the gpu, sometimes you didn't push it enough (by the pcb, not the heatsink!!!)

the ram too
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#12Acidic__ThoughtPosted 8/21/2013 7:56:46 PM
I also had an issue with my old GTX 260 where you had to put the power cables in a certain plug for them to work correctly. I'm not sure why, but I'd get a beep code and my computer wouldn't boot. I switched the 2 plugs around and and it worked fine. If you can, see if you have other power cables you could use instead. Just a suggestion.
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#13DarkZV2BetaPosted 8/21/2013 8:30:04 PM
Lonestar2000 posted...
Try a BIOS reset. Also, XFX is not known for their quality.


Neither is Thermaltake.
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#14DeanWhipperPosted 8/21/2013 8:37:40 PM
I had this issue last time when I forgot to plug the power plug into the motherboard.

I'm going to guess it's that
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#15bobhome2Posted 8/21/2013 8:55:38 PM
There are usually two power plugs on the motherboard. Make sure the PSU is plugged into both. That was my initial mistake when I started building again.