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I wonder how many working motherboards get sent back because of small end user mistakes.

Not really motherboard related but when I received my gamer d-link router I had a hard time getting to work. Called customer service and they ran me through some tests. After I read them the results of the test they told me my modem was doa. A little later on that day I took my router over to a friends who knew more about routers than I did and he managed to get it working in 5 minutes. All I had to do was go to do was log into sbc. No idea why that changed things but it did. Good thing I didn't RMA it before getting a second opinion.
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i7 8700k z370 gaming 7 evga 980 ti 32 Corsair 3200 
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samsung 950 HP dual layer Windows 7 64 27 dell ips  
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Well I find its always best to get help or work with it ait more before going through the stress of an RMA.
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