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Where did you read the reviews from?

Review sites are great to get reviews from, newegg and any other retailer sites have reviews written by people with little or no knowledge of the product or computers in general. It is best to just read them to see what people say, and to avoid taking them seriously.
a finnish pc magazine

Never gonna do that again... (trust a finnish pc site)
post #22 of 33
My ultra-d did that to me because I accidently shocked it. I turned it on fans lights go on for about 1 sec and then suddenly just shuts off. The same night i went to my friends house to check if my cpu or psu were fried but it wasn't it was the motherboard. So I just ordered a Open Box from newegg and it works just fine now.
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post #23 of 33
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I just did a paperclip Psu check wich boots up the psu without out anything attached and it gives a reading of

12v : 12.13
5v : 5.05

I'm betting the Mb is fried
post #24 of 33
Yeah its the mobo for sure.. but now that your mobo is dead all you have to sell is the CPU and RAM.

See if you can RMA it to either where you bought it or to DFI then sell the brand new one.

If not strip the board of anything useful before you trash it.
    
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Yeah its the mobo for sure.. but now that your mobo is dead all you have to sell is the CPU and RAM.

See if you can RMA it to either where you bought it or to DFI then sell the brand new one.

If not strip the board of anything useful before you trash it.
The mobo was an "open box" so no warranty on it anymore

gonna try the cpu in an old friends mobo tomorrow if it works all transfer some of the files that I need and start selling I'll maybe uppdate to am2 or LGA775 hmm
post #26 of 33
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sorry for double post

I just tested in a friends mobo that he dosent use so I used a 380w 20pin psu that was from my one of my rigs the mobo runs fine with ram gfx but when I insert the cpu( I shut down between ) it gets the same problem ... it has to be the cpu right?
post #27 of 33
Do you have another 939 processor to test with or did you already try that?
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Do you have another 939 processor to test with or did you already try that?
nope havent got one trying to find a cheap just one
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nope havent got one trying to find a cheap just one
Man too bad your not right down the street

I just can't imagine a processor going bad like that unless you had some type of surge.
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Man too bad your not right down the street

I just can't imagine a processor going bad like that unless you had some type of surge.
yea

Ordering a new LGA775 system atm in another thread... I will convert the skt939 to a backup one when I get it working
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