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well i think my M4A87TD-EVO is dead. ive tried 2 different sets of ram 2 different cpus 2 different psu and 2 different gpus. nothing will make this board post. unless anyone here has any ideas it's off to RMA.

ive tried re assembling the board outside of the case on the box to try and weed out anything that could be causing an issue.
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i have the same boards as listed just no ide port i have the m4a87t ez to overclock but i do notice the overclocks dont stay after i shutdown
but my mobo stays at 30 loaded an my cpu hit 37 loaded i redid all my thermal past on all my heatsinks

Send me some info on your build (clocks and whatnot) and filling out the rig builder would help me get your info into the Members List. You could also post a Screenshot of CPUID on the 3rd tab for varification of which board exactly you have. Sounds like the battery. Every time I've had a motherboard lose info it was because of that. If you have any questions, thats what this thread is for! thumb.gif

 

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well i think my M4A87TD-EVO is dead. ive tried 2 different sets of ram 2 different cpus 2 different psu and 2 different gpus. nothing will make this board post. unless anyone here has any ideas it's off to RMA.
ive tried re assembling the board outside of the case on the box to try and weed out anything that could be causing an issue.

You've done everything you can do. Trust me, most of the Asus techs will understand this and immediately setup a RMA ticket. Been there, done that with them. Unfortunately, Asus requires you ship it to them (out of your pocket) and they will pay for the return. I sent mine in with a bad Northbridge Chipset. The total RMA time was from November 1st- Nov 17th, including the shipping. Good news for you, the place they had me send it was in Indiana, so your like right there! This is where living right on the Atlantic Coast sux.

Tale-tale signs are when the power button is pressed, the lights come on, and the fans will come on, but not to full throttle. Also, No-signal to the monitor, and no post beep at all.

 

The only other thing I ask, have you done a proper CMOS clear? To clear CMOS properly on a Asus Motherboard you must:

1) turn all power off

2) Disconnect any power cords going to the motherboard (in our case, 24-pin and 4-pin)

3) remove motherboard battery

4) move the CMOS jumper to the next open pin (instructions on the board)

5) hold the power button on case for 30 Sec

6) reinstall everything back in reverse order and cross fingers.

 

Had a old Asus A7N8X VM-400 that this was the only way to start it up after telling it to Shutdown.wink.gif


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You've done everything you can do. Trust me, most of the Asus techs will understand this and immediately setup a RMA ticket. Been there, done that with them. Unfortunately, Asus requires you ship it to them (out of your pocket) and they will pay for the return. I sent mine in with a bad Northbridge Chipset. The total RMA time was from November 1st- Nov 17th, including the shipping. Good news for you, the place they had me send it was in Indiana, so your like right there! This is where living right on the Atlantic Coast sux.
Tale-tale signs are when the power button is pressed, the lights come on, and the fans will come on, but not to full throttle. Also, No-signal to the monitor, and no post beep at all.

The only other thing I ask, have you done a proper CMOS clear? To clear CMOS properly on a Asus Motherboard you must:
1) turn all power off
2) Disconnect any power cords going to the motherboard (in our case, 24-pin and 4-pin)
3) remove motherboard battery
4) move the CMOS jumper to the next open pin (instructions on the board)
5) hold the power button on case for 30 Sec
6) reinstall everything back in reverse order and cross fingers.

Had a old Asus A7N8X VM-400 that this was the only way to start it up after telling it to Shutdown.wink.gif

yup deff not my first asus board, but this will be the first one ive ever had to rma. ive rma'd more parts this year than i have in the last 10

luckly this is only my media server board and i had a backup.
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yup deff not my first asus board, but this will be the first one ive ever had to rma. ive rma'd more parts this year than i have in the last 10
luckly this is only my media server board and i had a backup.

Good to hear, can hardly imagine a beast of a board like this as a media server thougheek.gif I blame it on all the natural disasters they've had over there recently. Shoot, WD has reduced their warranties on all their HDD (Except Black Editions or better) cause of all the ones that got damaged in floods. Now, let me note this, I sent in a revision A M4A87TD-EVO which had the model in large letters on it, but they sent me back a revison B, which has a large Asus emblem in the letters place, and in very small letters has what looks to be korean words, and MSO-M4A87TDEVO(B) under it, (as you can see in the 2nd post on this thread). Also, the Northbridge Heatsink was replaced with one similar to the USB3.0 Model. Can't seem to find a pic of my 1st one, but the heatsink labeled "Heatsink 1" was all blue and had a larger Asus Emblem on it.

    
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Good to hear, can hardly imagine a beast of a board like this as a media server though:eek:  I blame it on all the natural disasters they've had over there recently. Shoot, WD has reduced their warranties on all their HDD (Except Black Editions or better) cause of all the ones that got damaged in floods. Now, let me note this, I sent in a revision A M4A87TD-EVO which had the model in large letters on it, but they sent me back a revison B, which has a large Asus emblem in the letters place, and in very small letters has what looks to be korean words, and MSO-M4A87TDEVO(B) under it, (as you can see in the 2nd post on this thread). Also, the Northbridge Heatsink was replaced with one similar to the USB3.0 Model. Can't seem to find a pic of my 1st one, but the heatsink labeled "Heatsink 1" was all blue and had a larger Asus Emblem on it.

yup idk why my media server dosent show up in my list of pc's but right now it's got

amd 965
m4a87td evo
4 gigs g skill ripjaws
zotac gt 430 1gb
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thermal take V9 - i'm not a fan but it was given to me for free so i put it to use.

i used to run a dual core that would lag with 1080p video and DTS HD / Dobly HD, so i wanted to make sure i would be covered for years to come smile.gif and whats OCN without overkill
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i used to run a dual core that would lag with 1080p video and DTS HD / Dobly HD, so i wanted to make sure i would be covered for years to come smile.gif and whats OCN without overkill

Wow, hard for me to imagine any lag with video's. My old Dell Dimension 4600 is being used as a Windows 7 Server, and it only has 1.5GB of RAM. Of course, it does not actually play the files, it just serves them. spec's of it are

Dell Dimension 4600

Windows7 Home Premium x86 w/Aero active.

Intel Pentium 4 HT (Prescott) 3.0GHz@2.99x2 (Socket 478) 

Intel GMA845 Chipset

XFX Geforce FX5200 128MB (Vista Beta WDM drivers for Aero use)

1.5GB DDR3200-400MHz

WD400 40GB IDE-OS

Samsung Spinpoint 1TB SATAII (restricted to 133 due to SATAI Port)

No Drives, Factory 250Watt PSU. Added fan for video and HDD cooling.

 

Streams H264 files over our wireless to a laptop flawlessly. And, with it being the model it is, I have a timer in Bios for it to turn on, cutting back on the power it uses. Then, I setup a timer in Windows for it to shutdown with a exception of processor use. Great server computer seeming how I paid absolutely nothing for it, and only had to buy the 1TB HDD. For a 9 year old computer, it runs like a champ!

    
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Wow, hard for me to imagine any lag with video's. My old Dell Dimension 4600 is being used as a Windows 7 Server, and it only has 1.5GB of RAM. Of course, it does not actually play the files, it just serves

when i was using PS3 media sever to steam i never had any issues, but then my PS3 decided to die, and i havent purchased another (honestly all i used it for was steaming movies and blu rays anyways) so i decided to use the pc i was streaming from to play the files, and thats when i ran into some issues. so now i'm not going to have to worry about being able to play anything for a while. a little overkill, but what can ya do. 1st thing on my list is to replace the case with something that matches my Harmon Kardon reciever (looking at the NMedia cases) my see if i can pick up a used H60 or something to keep temps down it gets a tad warmer than i would like it to.
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From my experiance, go with the Antec Kuhler. Either the 620 or 920. I use the 920 on mine, and with my 1090T I idle at a max of 31C and a min of 19C with the software fan controllers it comes with on silent, and with a custom setting that is well, not quite but not full throttle either, from 15C to 27C. Just a suggestion, if you go for the 620 or 920, Buy quieter fans, as the stock fans get LOUD! And make sure they are 4-pin PWM fans. Alot of people buy the AP-15 Scythe Gentle Typhoons, because they are extremely quiet, push a ton of air, but they are expensive and hard to find in stock ANYWHERE. I am unemployed, and living off College Scholarships, so I deal with the noise to a degree.

    
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reaver i just setup my specs for u
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Thank you, I'll get right on it. Nice case, which Alienware case is that? Personally, if it werent so darned out-dated, I've always wanted a Asus Vento Blue case. Wish they would go back to designing cases, those cases were freakin great! 12x120MM fans, nough said. drool.gif See, I remember way back in the day when Asus made Alienwares AMD-based motherboards for them. My old A7N8X VM-400 was one of those boards.

    
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