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Installed new fan and alot of jittering and now theres no image on the


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dirtbiks9

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Hi i recently built a gaming pc.
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-Bitfenix shinobi (Case)
-Gigabyte 970A-D3 (Motherboard)
-1 Asus Radeon 7850 (Graphics)
-550w corsair 80 plus bronze (Power)
-AMD Bulldozer FX6100 (CPU)
-8gb (Gskill Sniper RAM)
-1 DVD drive
-1 1TB HDD
-4 fans including CPU fan

Alright so this pc was working perfectly until i bought an extra bitfenix fan, soo i installed the fan in the correct slot (computer was off during this process btw) and when everything was plugged in i powered up my pc and every fan in the computer started going back and forth, soo i then shut down the pc just to be safe. Now when ever i switch the power supply on it starts up my computer and i never pressed the power button and on top of that there is no image coming from my graphics card yet everything turns on... Could it be the motherboard that's the problem or maybe graphics card. Please help.

Edited by dirtbiks9, 21 January 2013 - 04:46 PM.

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List the full spec for the computer including number of fans, cards, RAM, HDDs, CD/DVD/BluRay Drives, etc. It could possibly be a power issue. Did you run all those parts through a CPU calculator before you bought/built the system?
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-8gb (Gskill Sniper RAM)
-1 DVD drive
-1 1TB HDD
-4 fans including CPU fan
-1 Video card
No i did not run it trhough a CPU calculator.

Edited by dirtbiks9, 21 January 2013 - 04:47 PM.

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Total power comes out to about 330 watts, so that shouldn't be a problem. Found this thread, unsure if it will help you any. http://www.geekstogo...cpu-fan-jitter/
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It din't work but thanks anyway, I will bring it to my neighbourhood computerstore
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