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    Default Re: Strange Problem with my Asrock Z77 X4

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohammed F Radi View Post
    you guys !!
    no one have an idea about what is happening with this MB




    Have you tried swapping out the video card itself, by removing it and plugging in a different one (NOT using the onboard one) to see if you get the same problem?

    Did you try swapping the power supply as suggested by Jaggerwild?
    The card only requires minimum 500W (GeForce GTX 670 | Specifications | GeForce) but if your power supply is on the way out that would probably be a good indicator.

    When using the onboard video, did you have to power the computer on/off several times to get it to work, or did it just boot up straight away each time?

    Usually fixing this sort of problem is a process of elimination rather than just going "Oh, it is THIS".

    I am a new member here myself and a novice, but at least give the above a try.

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    MB - AsRock X79 Extreme6 (Bios P2.80)
    RAM - 2 x 8Gb Patriot Viper 1866 CL10 Series @933Mhz
    GPU - ASUS Radeon HD 7870 Direct CU II (2Gb) x 2 (XFire)
    CASE - Fractal Design Desire R4 Black Case (windowless)
    FANS - Standard Fan CPU, 5 x FD Silent 2 140mm Fans in case
    PSU - Thermaltake R2 800W
    SSD - Sandisk SDSSDHP2 240Gb (boot)
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    UPS - Belkin Line Interactive 1400VA 840W
    System is not overclocked at all.
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    Corsair H80i Water Cooler w/2 x 120mm fans
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    Not overclocking


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    Cool Re: Strange Problem with my Asrock Z77 X4

    Quote Originally Posted by Spyone1 View Post
    Have you tried swapping out the video card itself, by removing it and plugging in a different one (NOT using the onboard one) to see if you get the same problem?

    Did you try swapping the power supply as suggested by Jaggerwild?
    The card only requires minimum 500W (GeForce GTX 670 | Specifications | GeForce) but if your power supply is on the way out that would probably be a good indicator.

    When using the onboard video, did you have to power the computer on/off several times to get it to work, or did it just boot up straight away each time?

    Usually fixing this sort of problem is a process of elimination rather than just going "Oh, it is THIS".

    I am a new member here myself and a novice, but at least give the above a try.
    thank you very much for helping !
    but i discover that the problem is coming from the power button in my case
    i Know that this is strange
    but , when i press the button slightly the problem appear
    and when i press it forcefully it go head without any problem
    this is the most strange problem may one hears about
    My PC :
    MB: Asrock Z77 X4
    CPU: Core I7 2600K
    RAM: G.Skill Sniper 4GB
    VGA: Galaxy GTX 670 GC 2GB
    PSU: Thermaltake Smart 530W

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    Default Re: Strange Problem with my Asrock Z77 X4

    Ok.

    You haven't said what your case is, but by the sounds of that you have a dodgy (i.e. partly broken or loose) power button that is not making the connection properly unless you give it a decent push.

    If you can, have a look at how the cables are connected to the back of the power button and make sure they are connected properly.

    If you cannot fix the problem with that and cannot afford a new case, it may be that you just have to get used to giving the power button a decent press each time.

    A new case would more than likely fix the problem if you cannot bear hitting the power button hard, or if the power button eventually gives out.
    (I don't know if power buttons are available as separate components).

    MAIN PC
    CPU
    - i7-3820 @ 3.60Ghz
    MB - AsRock X79 Extreme6 (Bios P2.80)
    RAM - 2 x 8Gb Patriot Viper 1866 CL10 Series @933Mhz
    GPU - ASUS Radeon HD 7870 Direct CU II (2Gb) x 2 (XFire)
    CASE - Fractal Design Desire R4 Black Case (windowless)
    FANS - Standard Fan CPU, 5 x FD Silent 2 140mm Fans in case
    PSU - Thermaltake R2 800W
    SSD - Sandisk SDSSDHP2 240Gb (boot)
    HDD - 2 x Seagate ST2000DM001 2Tb HDD (Storage)
    SYS - Win7 x64 Ultimate
    KB - Logitech K350 Wireless
    MOU -
    Razor Naga Molten mouse
    MON - ASUS VS247H (1920 x 1080)
    UPS - Belkin Line Interactive 1400VA 840W
    System is not overclocked at all.
    2ND PC
    AMD FM2 A10-7850K @ 3.70Ghz
    AsRock FM2A88X Extreme6+ (Bios P2.90)
    2 x 4Gb G.Skill Ripjaws F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL

    Kaveri Spectre Desktop (onboard) @ 760Mhz
    Thermaltake V9 case (1 x 120mm, 1 x 240mm fan)
    Corsair H80i Water Cooler w/2 x 120mm fans
    Seasonic G-Series (SSR-650RM Active PFC F3) 650W

    OCZ Vertex 4 120Gb SSD (Boot)
    2 x ST2000DM001 2Tb HDD (Storage)
    Win7 X64 Ultimate
    Logitech G15 (6 G Keys) USB
    Logitech MX-518 mouse
    Phillips 22HFL3350D/10 (1920 x 1080)
    NAS - Netgear RN104-100AJS 4 Bay (not hooked in)
    Not overclocking


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    Default Re: Strange Problem with my Asrock Z77 X4

    Quote Originally Posted by Spyone1 View Post
    Ok.

    You haven't said what your case is, but by the sounds of that you have a dodgy (i.e. partly broken or loose) power button that is not making the connection properly unless you give it a decent push.

    If you can, have a look at how the cables are connected to the back of the power button and make sure they are connected properly.

    If you cannot fix the problem with that and cannot afford a new case, it may be that you just have to get used to giving the power button a decent press each time.

    A new case would more than likely fix the problem if you cannot bear hitting the power button hard, or if the power button eventually gives out.
    (I don't know if power buttons are available as separate components).
    Depends on the case of course, but all the ones I've used have a circuit board with multiple buttons and possibly front panel connectors, such as USB, audio, etc.

    The circuit board, or a part containing the circuit board, should be available from the case manufacture. Then again, if it's a generic type case, the part may be difficult to find. Mainstream cases like Corsair, NZXT, Fractal, CoolerMaster, etc, normally have parts available.

    Let this be a lesson to others, the simplest and basic things we tend to ignore can make all the difference.

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    Default Re: Strange Problem with my Asrock Z77 X4

    my case is thermaltake VL8000 V3 black
    even the most tiny thing can cause a big problem
    i was about to buy a new MB 200$
    luckily, i discovered the exact problem by chance
    I don't think that i could find a power button as a separate component here in my region
    so , I am going to use it forcefully until it broke
    thanks all
    My PC :
    MB: Asrock Z77 X4
    CPU: Core I7 2600K
    RAM: G.Skill Sniper 4GB
    VGA: Galaxy GTX 670 GC 2GB
    PSU: Thermaltake Smart 530W

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