As long as the power is on, the CPU generates enough heat to saturate the water in the block of an AIO to the point of shutdown without a pump...
Pumps don't intermittently fail in the middle of the night?
It's thermal shutdown when your AIO is malfunctioning, sure. That can absolutely happen at anytime.
They weren't random. It was thermal shutdown as stated in the first 20 posts.
I'll bet it's fine now.
If somebody has a 680 on water and wants to get rid of their air cooler, gimme a yell. :)
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:wtf: They are exactly the same voltages. Only the connector is different.
*cough* BS *cough*
I've had enough FX's to know that that is not a 24/7 OC on air.
Show me 2 hrs. of Prime95 at that speed without workers dropped...
Interesting. It's always worked for me.
You can override all the checks/protection by using nvflash -j -4 -5 -6 bios.rom
They do make manuals for a reason you know.
As well as can be expected. :D
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Rare board now. Hang on to that one. ;)
That doesn't mean you just blindly plug it in there.
You're lucky you still have a running rig.
It is a heat problem. Blow out the dust yet?
You already know what you need.
Without good power, there is no point in testing anything else first.
Not an issue. There is always a small amount of fluctuation.
Random power shutdowns is usually power or heat related. How old is that cheap Corsair PSU?
Bad temp sensor. :p
Don't even tell me that you're connecting a FDD power connector to that fan header. Oy......:wtf:
Wait....you have no onboard GPU, and you have no power connected to your 7950, so how did it even boot?
I think I paid for that once.
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