Motherboard won't except new psu

I have this problem:http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/266357-10-corsair-tx750w-work-e9150t

Does anyone know how I can force the motherboard to accept my tx750 V2, or is this not possible. If not, what's a good motherboard that would accept this psu (I don't need a chipset, cpu, heatsink etc., I just want the pc to except the damn psu so I can install my new gpu).

Many thanks.
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  1. No one around? :-(
  2. Seriously? No one can help me? :-(
  3. Pretty much any other motherboard would run with a Corsair PSU. I can personally guarantee it for ASUS, Gigabyte, Intel and ASRock (Me and my friends are fans of Corsair PSUs :))
  4. What's an affordable that will except 750W?
  5. Every motherboard of the above mentioned manufacturers with sockets 775 and newer will accept it. PSUs are one of the most universal hardware components, so your problem is pretty rare.
  6. i know of a few HP psu's that wont switch on with normal motherboards?

    guess its pure random luck, that and next time dont buy HP :)
  7. apache_lives said:
    i know of a few HP psu's that wont switch on with normal motherboards?

    guess its pure random luck, that and next time dont buy HP :)

    Luckily, he has a Corsair PSU :).
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