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Generally if it is a video card problem you will get a BIOS beep code

I know that I did on both dead video cards
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it's a 380W coolermax and an Radeon HD3870
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Black smoke coming from the vga pretty much narrows down the problem... but to see if the mobo is bad, unhook the 4 pin from the mobo and power on. if it does the same thing its probably some bad VRMs.
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