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Old 08-13-2018, 11:23 AM   #1
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Hi I recently upgraded my old air cooler for my PC to a corsair h60 (2018 version) . After the install my PC would give no output to my monitor and would turn on for roughly 10 - 15 seconds after which it would turn off and turn back on. This cycle would repeat until I turned the power off.

My computer specs are:

Intel I5 6600k
GTX 970
8gb Hyper X ram
Gigabyte h110m-ds2 mobo (micro ATX)

Till now I've tried unplugging Graphics card and booting, network card, switching sata ports, changing system fan.

If anyone has any suggestions they would be greatly appreciated.
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Shut down using the power button, turn it on and keep tapping F8, in the advanced boot menu, choose Disable automatic restart on system failure, let me know if you see a BSOD..
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Shut down using the power button, turn it on and keep tapping F8, in the advanced boot menu, choose Disable automatic restart on system failure, let me know if you see a BSOD..
No output at all on monitor
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I'd recommend a bench test at this point....

Hopefully this is the correct link...

https://www.techsupportforum.com/190...your-computer/
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There could be a short on the motherboard or improper grounding. The case could also be touching the mobo if not seated properly on the studs. I strongly suggest you perform a benchtest as described here https://www.techsupportforum.com/for...er-918754.html.


Also, tell us your OS because tristar's reply assumes Windows 7.
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I'd recommend a bench test at this point....

Hopefully this is the correct link...

https://www.techsupportforum.com/190...your-computer/
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There could be a short on the motherboard or improper grounding. The case could also be touching the mobo if not seated properly on the studs. I strongly suggest you perform a benchtest as described here https://www.techsupportforum.com/for...er-918754.html.


Also, tell us your OS because tristar's reply assumes Windows 7.

I have Windows 8.1. I just tried uninstalling the water cooler and 're installed the air cooler. But still have the same problem.
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When I plug in any peripherals which are rgb they don't light up. Is this a sign that the mother board is dead ?
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When I plug in any peripherals which are rgb they don't light up. Is this a sign that the mother board is dead ?
Why don't you just perform a benchtest as suggested and report back?
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