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Yep that sounds right to me, the PSU fan should be spinning regardless, it's just that if it has a sensor connection you'll be able to see what rpm the fan is running at (like in the BIOS or using Speedfan or something).

Sounds like the PSU is dead, so chuck it.

Let us know when you get a new one.
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Alright, Troy. I went into best buy today and had one of the geeksquad guys look at it, and he told me it was a bad motherboard, and since the PSU wasnt enough wattage, there wasnt any chance that it hurt my video card. So, at the moment I'm going to call newegg and get a return confirmation and wait for a new board. Hopefully there wont be any issues after I get a new board, but, in any case there is, I'll know who to come to.

Thanks for all your help guys and girls, I'll definitely be around on the boards for a long while to come.

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