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post #261 of 945
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Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post

Last I checked, "Best Logistics" was a transport/delivery service. The actual asus repair facility is in Jeffersonville Indiana

That is why I am so confused... I could have easily just shipped it to Indiana adress
ASUS Service Center
Attn: RMA Dept., RMA# Removed
121 River Ridge Circle, Dock C
Jeffersonville, IN 47130

I am not sure if there is some sort of rhyme or reason for me to ship from Tx to CA if they are just going to ship it across the U.S again to IN... I read an old post from 2010 that the Fremont CA repair facility was known to have better techs than the IN facility did... not sure how this will work out.
post #262 of 945
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Originally Posted by Phibz408 View Post

That is why I am so confused... I could have easily just shipped it to Indiana adress
ASUS Service Center
Attn: RMA Dept., RMA# Removed
121 River Ridge Circle, Dock C
Jeffersonville, IN 47130

I am not sure if there is some sort of rhyme or reason for me to ship from Tx to CA if they are just going to ship it across the U.S again to IN... I read an old post from 2010 that the Fremont CA repair facility was known to have better techs than the IN facility did... not sure how this will work out.

Weird, re: better techs at CA facility, I've had to send a lot of boards in for RMA: ROGs, WS, and regular, and they've all been sent to the Indiana facility. Which sucks, because I LIVE in CA! Still to long a drive from the CA facility....... But it would have been shorter shipping times.
post #263 of 945
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Originally Posted by Wihglah View Post

Sounds like they might have outsourced it to a local shop.

I had a similar experience with WD. If so, they'll have absolutely no diagnostic skills, so a replacement is the only fix.



Also - I've been practicing my photography whilst waiting for fittings to add my VRM crosschill to my loop: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Lighting appears key. When I get my LEDs installed, this rig should really pop.

nice Wiglah.. gets more amazing everytime you update smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Phibz408 View Post

That is why I am so confused... I could have easily just shipped it to Indiana adress
ASUS Service Center
Attn: RMA Dept., RMA# Removed
121 River Ridge Circle, Dock C
Jeffersonville, IN 47130

I am not sure if there is some sort of rhyme or reason for me to ship from Tx to CA if they are just going to ship it across the U.S again to IN... I read an old post from 2010 that the Fremont CA repair facility was known to have better techs than the IN facility did... not sure how this will work out.

what happened to your board Phibz?! I haven't read all past pages frown.gif
  
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post #264 of 945
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Originally Posted by INCREDIBLEHULK View Post

what happened to your board Phibz?! I haven't read all past pages frown.gif

Long story short I started getting A2 Q code with no output to my monitor. Moved the GPU to the second pcie slot it worked for a bit while I was trouble shooting the issue with pci-e 1, then it started giving me the same A2 Q code. In the end removed everything except psu, 1 stick of ram, cpu, and cpu cooler and was getting 64 q code no matter where the ram was. There where just to many issues showing up to avoid the RMA process.
post #265 of 945
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Originally Posted by Phibz408 View Post

Long story short I started getting A2 Q code with no output to my monitor. Moved the GPU to the second pcie slot it worked for a bit while I was trouble shooting the issue with pci-e 1, then it started giving me the same A2 Q code. In the end removed everything except psu, 1 stick of ram, cpu, and cpu cooler and was getting 64 q code no matter where the ram was. There where just to many issues showing up to avoid the RMA process.

i hear ya, hope the process goes smooth and that you get a board back soon thumb.gif
  
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post #266 of 945
This is my rig, still uncomplete, but is taking a good shape

i7 4770k
Maximus VI Formula
2x8Gb Gskill 2400 CL10
Radeon HD4890 (saving money for a 770 o 780)
Tacens Radix III 1000W (painted in white)
NZXT 820 (will be customissed with white&black carbon fyber vinyl)
Stock i5 cooler, tomorrow i will get a Artic freezer i30

post #267 of 945
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Originally Posted by INCREDIBLEHULK View Post

i hear ya, hope the process goes smooth and that you get a board back soon thumb.gif

Thanks Hulk, I hope so to, I don't have another computer at the moment. Just tablets and smartphones keeping me online, when I'm not at work...
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Originally Posted by KarlAzytzeen View Post

This is my rig, still uncomplete, but is taking a good shape

i7 4770k
Maximus VI Formula
2x8Gb Gskill 2400 CL10
Radeon HD4890 (saving money for a 770 o 780)
Tacens Radix III 1000W (painted in white)
NZXT 820 (will be customissed with white&black carbon fyber vinyl)
Stock i5 cooler, tomorrow i will get a Artic freezer i30


looking good, can't wait to see the final product.
post #268 of 945
hahahahhha its so small in this monster case

post #269 of 945
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Originally Posted by snef View Post

hahahahhha its so small in this monster case



So much room to work with!thumb.gif
post #270 of 945
Snef - love the case. I'm anticipating awesomeness.



Just finished adding the VRM block into my loop pics on the way







Edited by Wihglah - 3/21/14 at 3:12pm
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