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Graphics card fan stopping then starting, then stopping then starting

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December 25, 2012 11:27:45 AM

Just opened my desktop computer ordered from cyberpowersystem.com, brand new, just out of the box and have the following problem:

After plugging in the cables (DVI lead to monitor, power lead etc.) I get no signal on the monitor on startup. The graphics card fan then keep slowing down and then speeding up in a constant rhythm (like vrrrr(no noise)vrrrr(no noise)etc.)

I have tried:
-Turning it off and on (obviously)
-Removing each 4GB ram stick individually and starting it up with only one stick in place.
-Taking out the graphics card and putting it back in, making sure that it is in place properly.
-Taking out the power supply in order to check that it is fitted properly.
-Removing the battery for 10 minutes then replacing and starting again.
-Starting it without the graphics card (it started without the noise but obviously I had no monitor input.

My specs are:
AM3+FX-4170 x4 4.2 GHz
Cooler Master Hyper 412S CPU Cooler
Seagate Barracuda 2TB SATA III 64MB 6gb/s
ASUS M5A78L-M USB 3 DDR3 760 AM3 + SATA II
2x Kingston DDR3 4GB PC12800 1600MHz HyberX Blu
CoolerMaster PSU Elitepower 500W
VTX3D Radeon HD 7850 2GB

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December 25, 2012 12:48:48 PM

If its new. Send it back and Make a Custom PC yourself now
Will be better and cheaper.

And if you think that it is good but not working now. Then send it to them and tell them to fix the crap they sent.
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December 25, 2012 12:56:27 PM

This is a repost.....
I told you in the previous thread to contact cyber power about this for further support.

Are you trying to avoid cyber power because you damage the card yourself?


You canno't escape from me that easily.

Sumukh_Bhagat said:
If its new. Send it back and Make a Custom PC yourself now
Will be better and cheaper.

And if you think that it is good but not working now. Then send it to them and tell them to fix the crap they sent.


Listen to this guy, he speaks very wise words.
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December 25, 2012 1:01:10 PM

warhead0 said:
This is a repost.....
I told you in the previous thread to contact cyber power about this for further support.

Are you trying to avoid cyber power because you damage the card yourself?


You canno't escape from me that easily.



Listen to this guy, he speaks very wise words.


Well, Thanks :whistle: 

Thats very true. If its new then you should surely send it back for a Fix.
They have to do so.

And its very rare that they sent a Non-Working Rig ! :lol: 
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January 3, 2013 10:45:01 AM

Thanks for all the replies, I've contacted Cyberpower and they are going to pick it up tommorow for repairs. The reason I asked for help was because I wanted to see if it was something that could be easily fixed and not because I broke it and wanted to avoid cyberpower support as suggested :p 
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January 3, 2013 10:47:54 AM

I wasn't aware that I had posted twice, that's wierd
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January 3, 2013 10:48:26 AM

Best answer selected by arkarain.
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