Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe Shutting Down 12v Problem
When I turned the system on, I felt warm air blowing out the ventilator of the power supply and it smelled a bit like burned/new electronics... The first time I tried "everything". To answer a few of your questions: I'm pretty sure that the battery is actually dead now, as the BIOS complains about being reset to default settings, but I don't believe Multiple boards having same problem? http://quodsoftware.com/asus-a7n8x-e/asus-a7n8x-e-deluxe-radeon-9800-pro.html
If theswitcher sees one of the outputs drop below normal, it cranksup all outputs. Everything seemed to be going well with the OS install, but once my Nvidia Geforce 4 mx 440 drivers were installed, it started shutting down whenever it wanted to again. Also, how on Earth could Antec get constantly high grades at reviews?? There is no CPU you could run in that >> board that needs 350-740mA fan. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/asus-a7n8x-e-deluxe-shutting-down-12v-problem.18413/
Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. When the PC is off it slowly heats up, when I turn it on the air blowing out the power supply is hot (and it smells a bit in the beginning). I would again suspect the CMOS battery. To sum this email up: David seems to take your product too seriously, lives in denial, and thinks he's talking to a load of noobs.
Maybe someone has falsely lead you to believe your goal is more important than it is? Once you turn the board on, something metal could be shorting it out. Once you remove the front panel, you will be able to see the two screws on the outside. Both had the same problem 5V line too low.
System: Asus A7N8X Deluxe, AMD XP 2800+, 1GB of Ocz 433 Eldorado mem, ATI 9700 Pro/OC, 2 x 36GB Sata Raptors. Watch the voltages and temperatures>and let the machine sit there until it shuts off. The Power Supply lasted about 18 months and then died. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/148666-30-a7n8x-deluxe-powers I have many of those in service and they give me chills worrying about when they WILL fail, and how much it's going to COST me.
Cross Guest "kony" <> wrote in message news:... > On Tue, 28 Sep 2004 16:35:36 -0500, "G.L. The RPM values are supposed to be available even if the speed-sense wire is the only one connected to the MB header. Did some more looking around and found your site where I saw problems other were having similar to mine. I too am an unfortunate victim of this issue.
I also am worried that the ASUS >A7V880 I just had you guys replace under RMA may have the same issue!! https://www.pjrc.com/about/rambling/antec.html There is really no excuse for that, and I will discuss this with them. Cross" >> <> wrote: >> >If I shut down the system, something >> >about that copper chills it to 4 - 6 degrees BELOW the ambient room >> >temperature (with no The system in these two photos runs an AMD Athlon 2600 processor, 1 gig ram, one 120 gig hard drive, two cdrom drives, one scsi card (for one of the cdrom
After searching the web and reading your article along with other sites, apparently Antec has a problem with this one. http://quodsoftware.com/asus-a7n8x-e/asus-a7n8x-e-ide-problem.html It's possible that during this time the CMOS battery has died on you (as they do over time) without you noticing any problems due to the system being awake all the There is no useful purpose to attaining room temp. Further, the return on higher fan speed is quite low, the copper base of the 'sink plays by far the largest role in temp. > >And yes, I verified that all
Reply With Quote February 1st, 2004,08:10 AM #5 agw_01 View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Modified Member Join Date Feb 2000 Location Manchester, England, UK Posts 2,560 Re: asus a7n8x After finding your site tonight I quickly put my old 'broken' system back together and excitedly checked the voltage. Pacifica, California Hey have been having problems lately, and even worse today. weblink Whenit does boot from cold I experience data corruption on startup.
Ask ! regardless of whether it works with RPM monitoring on your board. > >I flashed the board to the LATEST BIOS and the problem still persists. Read the last couple of my posts.
So sure, in an ideal world it'd work, but ultimately if you used the better arrangement for CPU fan that reading would be resolved, and not having PSU fan reading merely
Thanks. Cross G.L. He was amazed to hear the details of my troubleshooting. I apologize for the apparent rudeness of our phone support rep.
I've notified antec of the problem today. your brother in antec hell MAD Thanks for the info. You've solved it. check over here Results 1 to 11 of 11 Thread: asus a7n8x e-deluxe shutdowns!
Placing PSU in different position (on side etc...) or inside the case did not stop the sound. Use a different fan. Let me start with the issue of the Neo HE 430. I also am worried that the ASUS A7V880 I just had you guys replace under RMA may have the same issue!!
TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now I replaced the power supply with a "cheap" silent 450 power supply, and my customer has been very happy. Reply With Quote February 4th, 2004,09:15 PM #11 whiplash73 View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage 5000 Join Date Jan 2004 Posts 9 Re: Re: asus a7n8x e-deluxe shutdowns!
I checked the specs of the power supply (350w). it was. Eventually, when no amount of coaxing could cause it to power on again, I was convinced that the power supply had died (it was nearly to the MTBF spec anyway).