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i turned on my pc a few days ago and got no display on the monitor.
i opened it up and tboth LEDs on the x1900xtx were red. T_FAULT and EXT_PWR.
the card is about 1 year old and i just bought the 6000 Am2 chip along with the Asus M2R32-MVP board, 2Gb ram, and the thermaltake toughpower 750 PSU about a month ago.
i tried the x1900xtx in my brothers pc and it works fine.
also tried his x1650 in my pc and still nothing on the display.
the motherboard is the problem?
it wasnt overclocked or anything. could it be because the socket in the wall didnt provide enough juice and fried the board?
the green light on the board is still on and everything is kicking around the case.
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I fried a P5NE-SLi motherboard and that had happened to my videocard.
Try another video card (if you have one lying around)

Try reseting the CMOS, taking out the battery for 20 seconds.

When you turn on the pc, and you turn it off, do you have to HOLD the button for 4 seconds or does it turn of with one click?
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yeah i forgot to mention i did reset the CMOS by removing the battery.
and yes i do have to hold down the power button to turn it off.
the x1900xtx itself works fine in another pc thats why i think its the motherboard.
no way could the system have overheated because i have a massive Zalman CNPS9700 fan for the CPU and a Zalman Fatality fan for the x1900xtx, plus about 4 fans around the case.
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yeah, board is pwned...
the first sign is ALWAYS that it doesnt turn off with one click, you have to hold it for 4 seconds. ALL my boards died this way.. sorry mate.

Just to be sure, test ALL other components, and hopefully you're still under warranty to RMA....
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yeah it sucks.
well i only got the board about a month ago so it should be all good.
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