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post #31 of 34
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Well, after some extensive testing I determined the mobo is dead. I cleaned it, blow dried it, used canned air, then powered it up but it won't even start the fans spinning. So I've installed the I7 2600K I had on standby incase it was broken. I'm now running stable at 5 GHz!

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1817830
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Nice work!

Wanna sell the i7 for cheap since it's possibly dead
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post #33 of 34
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Wanna sell the i7 for cheap since it's possibly dead
Giving it away to one of my friends but the mobo is up for grabs if anyone wants to try salvaging it.
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Originally Posted by renkenkyo View Post
Giving it away to one of my friends but the mobo is up for grabs if anyone wants to try salvaging it.
darn I wanted that.

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Lian Li A71F Steelseries - Ikari 
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Crucial M4 Yamakasi Catleap Ducky DK-1087 ST-1000G 
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Lian Li A71F Steelseries - Ikari 
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