Shared May 21, 2018
My client had upgraded a CyberPowerPC that came with a AMD FX CPU and a GTX 1060 to a Core i7 8700K CPU with a GTX 1080ti graphics card. He also had to replace the DDR3 RAM that came in the system with DDR4 RAM.
Initially the system worked but after taking it apart to clean it he bent the pins on the motherboard's CPU socket and had to replace the motherboard. At that point he made multiple mistakes which caused the system to not power on.
This video shows the process of troubleshooting to find the issues and then fixing them.
Power supply tester:
Here are links to some of the tools I use.
A powered screwdriver Hitachi DB3DL2
This is the one I have. It has the same 64bit set along with some other useful tools and a carrying case.
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