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post #2831 of 3170
Does the computer now start at all now?
If you're lucky, it's just the fuse that's blown up, which can probably be fixed by someone familiar with electronic engineering. But if the board's PCB or/and the chip next to it (which seems to be a PWM controller for the voltage) is damaged as well, then it's probably dead for good.
post #2832 of 3170
No, the pc is dead of course because if I'm right then it short cuircuits somewhere now as the pc tries to start but immeadiatley shuts down. The pcb doesn't look damaged, there is no sign of burn anywhere including the other side except this spot near the pwm controller. So then I should consider visiting some service place and ask if it can be fixed or should I throw it away smile.gif so could it bee too much voltage on the igpu then?
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post #2833 of 3170
Normally the iGPU is specified up to 1.52v, just like the CPU, so 1.3 shouldn't have killed the board. At all. But maybe it was defective right from the start, and it only came to light once you upped the voltage.

I think it couldn't hurt to let an expert look at that damage, maybe it'll just be a few bucks to have a working board again. But it all depends on how old and expensive the board was I guess.
If you do, make sure to report back though, I'd be interested in the actual outcome. smile.gif


You could also try to RMA it if you're still able to. I would consider that a product malfunction, but it could become complicated because you overclocked (although you still stayed within the specifications), and I have no idea how that is handled in Russia.
post #2834 of 3170
It's a Z77E-ITX. OK I'll give an update as soon as I can. Thanks.
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post #2835 of 3170
Nobody has ever needed a replacement board outside of the 15 day grace period at Microcenter? I'm not sure how I should go about asking for a replacement. The Microcenter people don't seem to know anything about the 1 year manufacturer guarantee for sellers.
post #2836 of 3170
is the fatal1ty professional capable of running 3x or 4x sli/crossfire gtx 6xx or hd79xx for 4x monitors at 1920x1080 each?
i thought it was only capable of running 2x sli/crossfire judging from the amount of pci-e 3.0 x16 slots
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post #2837 of 3170
Hi all Anyone got the z77 extreme 11

What's it like?
post #2838 of 3170
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Originally Posted by delpy8 View Post

Hi all Anyone got the z77 extreme 11

What's it like?

Z77 Extreme11 sucks compared to the Extreme9.
X79 Extreme11... Now that's a different story...

Oh yeah, not that I have either... :l

P.S. I feel like I shouldn't put the club in my sig unless aar0nsky updates the members.. :\
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post #2839 of 3170
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Originally Posted by Sethris225 View Post

Z77 Extreme11 sucks compared to the Extreme9.
X79 Extreme11... Now that's a different story...

Oh yeah, not that I have either... :l

P.S. I feel like I shouldn't put the club in my sig unless aar0nsky updates the members.. :\

Ok thanks for your honesty smile.gif
post #2840 of 3170
i have a problem with my z77 extreme6 tb4 and my keyboard/mouse combo. every time i start or restart my rig, my logitech g510 and corsair m60 keeps flickering on windows start. both are not working untiil i restart the pc and pull out both till windows boots up. then i have to plug the mouse in first and then the keyboard. otherwise it would flicker again and i have to reboot again. got soooo much trouble with these stupid ****ty and ******* usb ports on this mobo...! worst usb management ever!!!!!


so anyone who faces the same issues and could help me out?

heres my thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1392076/mouse-and-keyboard-not-working-on-windows-boot/0_100#post_19986699

btw sry for my crappy english^^
Edited by StreetMosher - 5/17/13 at 11:41pm
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