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Is my motherboard fried? Asus Hero VI and 4770k

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So I followed the link at the bottom basically to a T till I got to the AI-suite part. Hit F10 and now the motherboard won't power back on. Did the pin method and even removed the battery. Nothing. When I hit F10 the computer shut off. No way this could have fried the mobo as I was just messing with power savings settings.

Motherboard is an Asus VI Hero + 4770K


Link to what I followed

https://rog.asus.com/10052013/maximus-motherboards/maximus-vi-power-saving-power-tuning-guide/


I was about to start Ocing too, but first I wanted to do all the power settings first. I can't get any power at all to the mobo. I removed the 24 pin connector and used the jumper to make sure PSU was good and it works. All my fans and water pump come on.
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So no lights come up on the board at all?
That board sounds pretty dead if you can't even clear CMOS.
I guess maybe pull all the hardware off the board and slowly add bits back one at a time.
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Lite-On DVD-RW Noctua DH-14 CPU Cooler Windows 7 Pro x64 Samsung 24" LED 1080p 5ms DVI (S23A300B) 
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specs say it has a directkey button. so try to flash the bios that you had on it via usb and the directkey. you do not have to unhook anything to do that but if you have makesure the 24pin and 8pin to the motherboard are attached before trying
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