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ASUS P5N-D Issues (possible RMA)

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My friend has been having major issues with his system lately and we cannot figure out what's wrong. He just recently upgraded to a new case, GPU, PSU, RAM, and a new CPU cooler. Since then, things have been acting very funny for him.

Here's his specs:

Case : Coolermaster HAF X
Mobo : ASUS P5N-D LGA 775 NVIDIA nForce 750i SLI ATX Intel
CPU : Intel Core2Quad E9300 2.50Ghz (standard)
PSU : Zephyr MXseries 750Watt
GPU : MSI Nvidia N560GTX-TI TWIN FROZR II
RAM : Corsair 8GB RAM DDR2 Q2X8G6400-C4DHX (4x2GB)

Hasn't done any OC to it, nothing. We've tried every combo of driver updates, testing hardware, etc and it's still crashing on him. The last resort is that the board is screwed up. I know he's not the only one that's been having this kind of issue as my brother has the same exact board and a C2Q and he's having similar issues also can't SLI. If anyone else has any suggestions, I'm all ears!

Since he lives in the Netherlands and I believe ASUS doesn't have a service there, how will he RMA the board? I guess just list me the options of what might have to happen.
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Does it crash with out sli?
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i7 2600K Asus p8z68-v pro Gigabyte GTX 670 Wind OC 16GB G-skill Ripjaws X (Blue) 
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OCZ Vertex 4 128 Win7x64 corsair ax 850w HAF-X 
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i7 2600K Asus p8z68-v pro Gigabyte GTX 670 Wind OC 16GB G-skill Ripjaws X (Blue) 
Hard DriveOSPowerCase
OCZ Vertex 4 128 Win7x64 corsair ax 850w HAF-X 
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This is on 2 different machines, one that doesn't use SLI (the one I'm trying to help RMA) and my brother's that we've tried to SLI, but doesn't work and still crashes without SLI. Both of them are having similar problems.
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