Nope but it did a back dive off my 932 yesterday and landed on the back side of the monitor and promptly closed. I love Asus. This thing didn't even blink. Just went into standby because the lid closed.
I think Lapping is TOTALY worth it btw. But you can't be hamfisted with the CPU you let the weight of the CPU add the pressure and you just "guide" it back and forth on the paper. If you push down on the CPU you WILL more than likely wreck it. Just cover the pins with the protective pad(AMD) or the plastic cover(Intel) and don't push on them. The pad acts as a buffer between you and it. Personally I think Lapping kits are a waste of money. I bought a pack each of 1000, 1200, 1500 and 2 sheets of 2000 grits.
For me that was more than enough. Sometimes more is necessary sometimes less. It all depends on the amount of material you need to take off and if you run your paper backing over a counter edge to activate it. Which I do. I think I took off a 16th of coating all told as I didn't have much material on the glass I used for my flat surface.
Okay, BC, I want to thank you as it was a grounding problem. I had a couple loose standoffs under my board but had thought they were all tight. I even used a socket driver on them. Go figure.
Anyway +Rep for you bro for correct diagnoses. Funny thing was I was under the MoBo twice yesterday and didn't even think about it cause I always tight the damn things. I guess they had worked themselves loose somehow.
Well anyway pulled out the multimeter and checked a couple. Those things are conductive. Done let anyone tell you different. I put several of them together and applied ground to one end and positive to the other end. I got a zero reading in no time flat. If those things are brass I'll sprinkle them on my Wheaties and have them for breakfast.
Moral of the story? Make sure your standoffs are tight and that if you have extras on your MoBo tray that they aren't under your MoBo. I didn't have any under the MoBo other than what's normally there but I was not taking chance and pulled the EATX ones that I used for paint plugs out.
Once I tightened them again, I the system Posted just fine. But I've got it in safe mode scanning my system as after it posted I had 50 browser windows open. I closed them and tried again. 64 opened and crashed my browser. So I'm hoping that I didn't get a tainted BIOS. If so I get to Flash my BIOS again.
Edited by Ceadderman - 7/5/10 at 12:17am