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agarcia

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Hello everyone! I hope someone here can help me out!

I have a weird situation where my system froze up last night out of the blue and now it wont boot up at all. My system has locked up before, so I wasn't concerned at all. I hard powered down the machine and turned it back on, but little did I know it would boot up again!

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No Video Signal

Also! I find that there is no power to my GFX cards (fan not spinning) and my HDD lights arent blinking (HDDS not spinning?)

CPU fan, chasis fan, all fans for that matter, lights on mobo are lit up and running!

Things Ive Done so far:

Removed Memory
Unplugged HDDS (power and sata)
Removed SLI gfx and tried only 1 GFX pci-e slot (physically removed second gfx)

Things I will try next:

Clear CMOS
Try a new PSU (1000w) compared to my 850watt

Any other ideas???
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makai

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Hello,
Well, if both the vid card fans aren't spinning, then I would think it's either the motherboard or power supply. I doubt both vid cards would go out at the same time.
Any luck with the new power supply?
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agarcia

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Update: Fixed by clearing the CMOS. My computer was overclocked and so that might have caused some instability in the BIOS settings. I am keeping everything default for now.
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Overclocking will definately lock up the computer and the only way is to reset the bios to default
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