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    No, it's self-built

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array danskieness PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScuRo View Post
    I am now getting a strong feeling that some of my pins are bent.
    i hope they do RMA bent pins. In our country any type of physical damage won't be taken into consideration, esp. bent pins, best of luck
    Mobo : Asus Maximus VI Impact || CPU : i5-4670k || Cooling : H100
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    Well it's either that or a PSU problem, I have a Corsair PSU so I guess that isn't even ROG-related but I do hope you guys can help

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    Take a photo of your socket from a couple of different angles and post up here.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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    Uhm okay but I'm really nervous about removing the CPU. So do I just take it out and set it on a table upside down?

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    I want picture of the socket not the CPU mate. Did you build the system? If no then return it to whoever built it for you.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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    Yes, it's self built. And I know you want a picture of the socket, but the CPU is already installed, so when I remove it to take a picture of the socket, should I just place it on a table upside down? or what?

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    CPU CoolerCorsair H100
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    just shoot from every angle XD, so we could clearly see
    Mobo : Asus Maximus VI Impact || CPU : i5-4670k || Cooling : H100
    GPU : MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4G || PSU : Corsair RM 650 || Rams : G Skill Trident X 4GBx2 2400 CL10
    Monitor : 2x Asus VX239h + 1x HP w2207h || Chassis : Bitfenix Prodigy Red || OS : WIN8.1 x64
    Periphirals : Corsair K95, Logitech g402, Edifier 3350

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    Yeah you can put your CPU on the table or in the protective plastic clam shell it came in would be better.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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    Okay, well sorry to be so stubborn but I'd really like to eliminate the issue of a PSU thing before I mess with the mobo/CPU.

    My case fans are all hooked up to a fan controller. (The one in my NZXT Phantom 410)
    The fan controller is hooked up to my PSU via molex.
    The fans don't spin up when I turn on the PSU and computer and everything.
    They aren't interacting with the motherboard at all. So, I'm thinking (and sort of hoping) that it's a PSU issue rather than a mobo or CPU issue.
    The fans on my graphics card and CPU cooler aren't spinning up, either.
    The PSU fan DOES spin up, and it gets SOME power to the mobo, as the little error code thing lights up 00 and the Start and Stop buttons light up (on the motherboard)

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