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Meh, why buy this board if your a novice to overclocking..., Buy an asus board and just be done with it........
Really?
Anyway, the board has been displaying A0 or I read somewhere it may be AD. Today it decided to display the temps like normal. Anyone else have any trouble like this? Running Windows 8. That might be my problem.
    
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Really?
Anyway, the board has been displaying A0 or I read somewhere it may be AD. Today it decided to display the temps like normal. Anyone else have any trouble like this? Running Windows 8. That might be my problem.

The same happens here, sometimes shows A0 sometimes shows the temperature.

You've got usb3 external hd? usually works on windows 8?
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No external HDD. Rebooted and now its back to the original A0/AD. May try a fresh Windows 7 install. I am also running into a problem when I open MSI contoller. Says replace the ME version.
    
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Hi everybody, i'm new around these forums please to meet you all, been following these forums since a long time, great center for general information about the industry of computar hardware.

Now, i've come today to explain a urgent situation i just experienced this afternoon. Sorry for bringing this matter as my first post, and for distracting from previous subjects.

Well, my motherboard just fried, burned, blew off with no reason at all. today on the afternoon i started the pc when this flashing light emerges from the motherboard and within, a load of smoke and a smell of burn that penetrates deeply to your nose. the explosion (mini explosion, it's not something like blew the pc away) ocurred at the left side of the CPU heatsink, now, some transitors i think burned, luckily nor the CPU or the Memory Ram got damaged (i think). so my question, a burned motherboard could damage potentially components of the PC? or can i rest assured that the components i saved (CPU, Ram, HDD, Power Supply, Video Card) are still functional?

Thx for answering smile.gif
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And one more thing. How do i know is the MB that has been damaged. I mean, i want to know if it is the power supply that burned my pc. I got a Seasomic X series of 750W PSU.


Thank you in advance!
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How often do these fail? my board seems to be DOA, although it could be my processor (unlikely). I seem to have the worst luck with components.
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And one more thing. How do i know is the MB that has been damaged. I mean, i want to know if it is the power supply that burned my pc. I got a Seasomic X series of 750W PSU.


Thank you in advance!

you would have to test the PSU on another motherboard.. or purchase a PSU tester to check the PSU... 

 

@ dramabeats -> what is the rig doing exactly when you try to turn it on?

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And one more thing. How do i know is the MB that has been damaged. I mean, i want to know if it is the power supply that burned my pc. I got a Seasomic X series of 750W PSU.


Thank you in advance!

Definitely get the PSU checked first. I had one fail about 7 years ago that took a hard drive out. I just figured the hard drive had failed and I dropped another one in there. Turned it on and sparks shot out of the hard drive. One of the rails on the PSU had failed, thankfully only the hard drive and some lights were plugged into it.
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the light on the onboard power switch comes on, cmos reset led either stays on or flashes for a second. It just doesn't turn on at all, no fans or anything. The only other new component is the processor, everything else was good before the install.
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the light on the onboard power switch comes on, cmos reset led either stays on or flashes for a second. It just doesn't turn on at all, no fans or anything. The only other new component is the processor, everything else was good before the install.

 

 well if you changed CPU's in a previously working mobo.. I would tear it down and check out the socket area.. maybe you got a small piece of debris in the pins and didnt notice? Cant say I have ever heard of a CPU being DOA..  I would definitely give the hardware a good once over from the start if necessary.

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