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eVGA x58 MB's w/ FF post codes  

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What are these worth? They won't post and will only boot straight with the FF code.. I have this mb and this motherboard. I don't have warranty on them because the one year passed and the 3 way SLI was bought refurbished. Help me out and let me know guys! Or does anyone know if I can somehow fix them?
Edited by Evizerate - 1/4/11 at 6:59pm
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What is FF code?
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http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...ml#post5233593
Try this, maybe you can save them?

As for their cost.. Sorry that I can't help you with that..

Also, I think "FF" means boot, maybe there's something wrong with the CPU
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Originally Posted by Ruckol1 View Post
What is FF code?
Supposedly, it means.. "FF means that nothing is getting past the CPU's themselves during the POST process."
post #5 of 5
Worthless because there is no warranty on them.

As for getting the board fixed, you could probably have EVGA take a look at them (but I'm sure they'll cost a pretty penny). Or on the one that you sent me that was damaged, you could get a replacement socket. They are a bit harder to fix than you'd think but it can be done. As for a site to buy them from, I can't help you out there but I'm sure some OCN'er can.
Edited by JMCB - 1/4/11 at 7:31pm
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