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Power Supply Spin slowly but the system not boot up -rebuilding,use Dell Inspiron 560 case

I recently buy the new compenont for my empty Inspiron 560 but won't start,i use old hipro power supply with 300watt.please help me guys,i wanna use instantly.

Compenont that i buy
Asrock H61M-VS3
Intel Pentium G2030
Apacer 4GBx1 1333MHZ RAM

Problem : doesn't start,nothing fans spin except Power Supply Fan that spin slowy and stucky when i plugged the AC power to PSU
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    well that psu is crap better buy a decent one.if still with intergraded graphics, cannot start then you really need a new one.to be able to support a gpu later on!
  2. thinking
  3. i wanna stick with intergrated graphic and not upgrade it
  4. how much watt that i need to buy?
  5. CreativeAum Harimau Malaya said:
    how much watt that i need to buy?


    i see, your 300w psu should suffice but quality is what you seak not quantity! anyway this should clear thing out as it is really helpful! http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/261145-31-perform-steps-posting-post-boot-video-problems .if still fans arent spinning and cannot post then consider buying a new psu
  6. my fan spin after i plug in the power cord on it but spin slowly and reversing or stuck but my system could not post
  7. what about my power switch panel?, involved with this problem?
  8. Can you choose the perfect-and cheap PSU for me?
  9. where do you purchase from?
  10. Malaysia,ebay,newegg maybe
  11. i afraid my new motherboard and other compenont fry/damage that because i'm trying it many times but not boot up! :'( and the fan automaticly spinning reverse and slow when i plugged it into the outlet power
  12. crap or wrong configuration in cable connecting or other,but many time reassemble and i see it seated all properly
  13. this is my first rebuild PC so i feel afraid and nervous because i buy it for 176 dollar,i just wanna basic power supply not expensive and also afraid if the PSU not support Ivy Bridge CPU
  14. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371045&clickid=w9L1V%3AQmg0UNz3lR8ZRpsVF6UkTQ8MUxDUc6X00&iradid=97618&ircid=2106&irpid=79301&nm_mc=AFC-IR&cm_mmc=AFC-IR-_-na-_-na-_-na this is more than enough and can run a gpu later on or! if there wasnt any blow up or flashing light from your psu while you where trying to post and your parts are new as you say they arent damaged! any atx psu can run your parts dont worry.
  15. try your reserch antec, corsair, enermax, seasonic, xfx is brands you are looking for. if you arent going add an gpu even a 300w will suffice,else you need a 450w and above
  16. Ok i will try
  17. i buy the new one but pop sound heared,i think its shock and worry that other compenont damage like CPU,motherboard :'( one question,is my motherboard have Shock Protection(ASrock H61M-VS3) and what the next step i would do?
  18. CreativeAum Harimau Malaya said:
    i buy the new one but pop sound heared,i think its shock and worry that other compenont damage like CPU,motherboard :'( one question,is my motherboard have Shock Protection(ASrock H61M-VS3) and what the next step i would do?


    well thad doesnt sound good,what psu have you bought?!!
  19. E Super Power Supply 450 watt
  20. now i feel worry about motherboard,CPU and RAM and i see they is no blackened in these 3 compenont
  21. originally,my cousin sees the blue flash and pop sound out bottom of power supply but not boot and again i go to nearest PC store to test it and they warn me that PSU is damaged and says it shock
    here the power supply for review
    http://www.ipmart.com.my/main/product/E,SUPER,POWER,SUPPLY,600W,337479.php?prod=337479
  22. CreativeAum Harimau Malaya said:
    E Super Power Supply 450 watt


    the new psu you bought is actually 230w and crap like your one previously! also make sure you have a grounded power pug or use a power surge plug adapter for further protection! i know all these cost but with low quality psu you end up harming your equipment! also http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/261145-31-perform-steps-posting-post-boot-video-problems this thread has , proper steps to follow a sucessfull built!
  23. ok,thank you bro
  24. CreativeAum Harimau Malaya said:
    ok,thank you bro


    you are welcome. also a most cheap psu have passive pfc(power factor correction) which means you must manually select the correct voltage to match your power grid!
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