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2019/03/16 10:22:15 (permalink)
Hi i have a problem whit my new Evga 299x Dark, i have change the battery to a new one, old one dead 0.10 Volt. but the first time i whant to boot up, no light in debug window, no fault code att all, under the debug window is the 8 small light, thst turn on then power it up, there is only 4 small light on then it try to boot, i have tryed to remuve all things so only CPU (7940x) is there, no Ram, nothing els,the same problem, i dont have another CPU to try now, but think this is strenge that no lihgt in that debud windows attall, motherboard dead????????? CPU Dead??????????
Come on guys whis some help here. THANKS.
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 12:45:44 (permalink)
    What Power Supply (Make & Model & Age) are you using?
    Do you have the 24-Pin Motherboard and 8-Pin ESP/CPU Cable Plugged in and Locked?
    What are you using to Cool the CPU?
    You Must Have at least One Memory Stick installed in Slot 1 to Post.
    And Should have a Graphics Card Installed to Complete a Full Post or it will stop at D7.
    A Full Post can also take up to 4 restarts of the computer the First Time it is turned on or after Pressing the Small Red Button or Updating the Bios.
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 14:07:04 (permalink)
    Okay i have a Corsair 1000 Watt powersuply, and woorking on the old motherboard (i7 4960 Extreme CPU and Black Motherboard from Asus) Maby abut 6 year old,And yess 24 pin pluged in, and the 8 pinESP/Cpu pin pluged in too,And it is seated well and like i supose to do, no fault here too,tryed whit 1 memory stik in slot 1 too, nothing woorks, graficcard i PCI slot 1, closet to CPU, nothing happens, i dont get even 1 Port code on that Debug LED, not a beep or somthing, so what now , RMA on my first Evga 299x motherboard, i hope not.I think i have tryed what i can do,  but maby missed somthing, so thanks for you repley. What to try next??????
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 14:11:18 (permalink)
    I have 1 Corsair 1200i Power Supply and 3 EVGA 1300 G2 Power Supplies that would Not Power on and Post on 3 of my X299 Dark Motherboards and 1 X299 FTW Motherboard. (Not a Beep)
    But all 4 would Power Supplies still work fine on my EVGA X79 Motherboards and 1 ASUS X79 Motherboard and work just fine.
    But they are 3, 4,  and the Corsair is 5 years old.
    ATM 2 of the 1300 G2 are powering my X99 FTW K Motherboard running 2 RTX Graphics Cards View System Not a single issue.
    My ASUS X79 is running the 3rd 1300 G2 along with a single GTX 1080 Ti Hybrid Card and Not a Single issue as well.
    My 4th 1300 G2 is installed in my X99 Classified Motherboard but I never removed it to test on the X299 Motherboards. View System
     
    Why will they not work, who knows. But I moved on and bought new Power Supplies and all is running Great.
     
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 14:33:53 (permalink)
    Okay strenges, o my god, so now i have to try another power suply you think, but what will show post code a beep, and ofcause power it up?????
     
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 15:06:10 (permalink)
    Pull the MB - put in on a nonconductive surface (if the box is dry that works)
     
    1 stick RAM, CPU & CPU cooler .... use Start button on MB ... what happens
     
    Are All power cords the ones that came with your PSU ?
     
    When seating the cords -- push on the Wires & not the plastic socket -- sometimes the wire will push back into that plastic socket, just enough to cause issues

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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 15:43:30 (permalink)
    Just tryed now, motherboard out the case, on a non conduktive surface, 1 ram cpu cpu cooler, used start botton on MB, No beep no Post code, all powercords is form Corsair 1000 Hx powersuply, all cords are seated well no problem there. Humm nothing willl woork here for me???
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 15:50:10 (permalink)
    Did your PSU come with the "Tester Cap" for the 24-pin power cord ?
     
    Are you positive the MB battery is installed the correct way -- happens
     
    Got to ask -- Test the wall outlet with a lamp or something
     
    If PSU has a switch on the back --- Cycle that switch

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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 16:02:28 (permalink)
    Thanks again, i have a multimeter but no Tester cap for that 24 pin power cord, Mb Batteri is monted the right way, i know, outlet is okay, cycke the switch foe sewel times, no post, i can se another Evga member i this thread, have tryed no post code, no beep code whit 2 difrents powersuply, that is strenges, i have ask what powersuply he use now whit luck, but he dident  repley yett. So maby somthing abaut this powersuply, or defektive motherboard????
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 16:04:55 (permalink)
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    Thanks again, i have a multimeter but no Tester cap for that 24 pin power cord, Mb Batteri is monted the right way, i know, outlet is okay, cycke the switch foe sewel times, no post, i can se another Evga member i this thread, have tryed no post code, no beep code whit 2 difrents powersuply, that is strenges, i have ask what powersuply he use now whit luck, but he dident  repley yett. So maby somthing abaut this powersuply, or defektive motherboard????

    If me I am using the SuperNOVA 1600 G2, SuperNOVA 1600 T2, SuperNOVA 1200 P2, SuperNOVA 850 G3
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 16:21:44 (permalink)
    And this you dont have any problems whit EVGA 299x Dark Motherboard???????
    But like you said thats strenge... Hummmm. Thanks.
    And now i have used my multimeter to test the cord 8 pin, no problem 12.10 volts on all.
     
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 16:28:47 (permalink)
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    And this you dont have any problems whit EVGA 299x Dark Motherboard???????
    But like you said thats strenge... Hummmm. Thanks.
    And now i have used my multimeter to test the cord 8 pin, no problem 12.10 volts on all.

    Correct
    Use a Friends Power Supply to test with, make sure you only use the Cable that Come With the Power Supply.
    Do not mix Cables from different Power Supplies.
     
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 16:38:03 (permalink)
    I will try, i had another one, but no luck whit this one too.
     
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 16:43:17 (permalink)
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    I will try, i had another one, but no luck whit this one too.

    What was the Make and Model plus the Age?
    Do Not Mix Up the Cables...


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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 17:01:54 (permalink)
    Corsair HX1000W Modular power supply 2012, I Think i have buy that 2012, so not now, but woorks on my other system x79.
     
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 17:04:10 (permalink)
    Keep us Posted


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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 17:04:51 (permalink)
    And i do not mix up cables, the only one to 8 pin is the black wire direkly form psu to 8 pin motherboard, the one on the left side, there is 2, if i need more power, i know.
     
     
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 17:05:50 (permalink)
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    Keep us Posted


    I will do, this i importen.
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 18:45:44 (permalink)
    After reading "Maby abut 6 year old,And yess 24 pin pluged in, and the 8 pinESP/Cpu pin pluged in too" I have to ask, does the power supply have 1 or two 8 ping EPS connectors?
     
    If any of the power supplies you are using only have 1 8 pin EPS time to throw it away and buy a current generation PSU with the proper cabling


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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 18:52:30 (permalink)
    There is 2 conectors, from direkly the case.
     
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 19:08:55 (permalink)
    Any chance of you posting the exact part number from the main PSU you have been trying to use?


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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 19:29:42 (permalink)
    Model number is CMPSU-1000HX, this is the only it say on the top at powersuply, hope this is okay???
     
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 19:35:30 (permalink)
    So (1)   8 Pin EPS, also shown on the cable. To the right 8 Pin on motherboard. And another 8 pin direkly form the PSU Case, 8 pin 12 Volts , like the first on, so 2.
    Here is a link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kd-9ONjflTo
    post edited by Lillehamer - 2019/03/16 19:42:41
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/16 23:30:14 (permalink)
    https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Power-Supply-Units/Professional-Series%E2%84%A2-HX1000%C2%A0%E2%80%93-80%C2%A0PLUS%C2%AE-Certified-Modular-Power-Supply/p/CMPSU-1000HX
     

    The Corsair HX1000W features six PCIexpress connectors, both 6-pin and 8-pin compatible, to power multiple high-end graphics cards and two EPS12V connectors for dual CPU configurations. The truly independent dual transformer, dual rail design allow for optimum load balancing resulting in greater performance and stability. Industrial-grade 105°C primary, secondary and solid state capacitors provide up to four times the lifespan of traditional components.

     
    Yes - 2 x EPS
     
    Perhaps the X299 Dark does no play well with dual rail power supplies - inconsistent voltage levels across the 2 connectors
     
    That video you linked is 11 years old - old tech might not be up to the task


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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/17 06:33:23 (permalink)
    Yess Maby.
     
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    Re: Evga 299x Dark Motherboard (NO POST CODE OR CODE IN DEBUG VINDOW) 2019/03/30 20:02:04 (permalink)
    Okay, now there is new comming up here, there is NOT a problem whit my PSU (CorsairHX1000) woork perfectly, tryed on a Corsair 750 Watt too, woork perfekt on the board, i have tryed 2 defrents board EVGA 299 x, and it works great, but but but the thing was (DEAD CPU) 7940x, damm it is allways me. that get into this strenge things, a dead CPU dammmm, but now LED Debug led light up on both MB, nothing to do whit Corsair PSU, woork like a champ.
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