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Now is it safe to sort of butt the computers up beside each other without actually moving the PSU to the other machine, or should I still run a grounding wire?
I hope so, I've done it before and not had a problem.
    
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I hope so, I've done it before and not had a problem.
I'm thinking it'll prob be easiest to just bring it down to a shop to get the get the board booted up if it is the PSU.

At least if it is the PSU i'd be a bit relieved since Corsair is pretty good with their warranty.
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It is highly doubtful that it is your cpu.As long as the board is hooked up properly,I would do it all outside the case,then it should boot right up after pulling the battery.I don't know how long you waited but give it a good 40 seconds to recognize the new cpu,after pressing the power button.When I switched cpu's it did take a bit for the new cpu to be recognized and actually boot up.

Also check to see that no little specs got in the socket and check the gold dots on the cpu to be sure they are all clean.Sometimes a cpu re seat is in order.
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It is highly doubtful that it is your cpu.As long as the board is hooked up properly,I would do it all outside the case,then it should boot right up after pulling the battery.I don't know how long you waited but give it a good 40 seconds to recognize the new cpu,after pressing the power button.When I switched cpu's it did take a bit for the new cpu to be recognized and actually boot up.

Also check to see that no little specs got in the socket and check the gold dots on the cpu to be sure they are all clean.Sometimes a cpu re seat is in order.
I'll attempt that next, running outa thermal paste lol...
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This may be stupid but I had a similar problem with my rampage III gene. I happened to be that my reset button was jammed in so it would try to boot and completely shut down in 5 or so sec.
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I had a similar problem not too long ago. My motherboard fried and apparently it took out the cpu when it went out with it .___. My computer would restart every 3 seconds or so as well and would only keep running if I held down the cmos button. So yeah.. you might have been unlucky like me. =/
    
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I had a similar problem not too long ago. My motherboard fried and apparently it took out the cpu when it went out with it .___. My computer would restart every 3 seconds or so as well and would only keep running if I held down the cmos button. So yeah.. you might have been unlucky like me. =/
Reseated CPU, nada, also disconnected Restart button, also nada.

This is what I'm thinking is more likely, also makes sense that PSU did it, and is why it won't boot up currently but I'm honestly not sure, Last variable is CPU and PSU, so just gotta go to a shop and see if it will boot under a different PSU.
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post #28 of 30
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Ok so an update, just brought it down to the shop hooked up a psu quickly and still exact same, so looks like CPU got fried, have reseated twice now held the CPU up to light to look for damage on the connections but nada, still mint condition.

So going to call intel up now, but what should I do? Just say it was like that when it started or will they actually RMA knowing that it was fried by Asus, which I know Asus will not replace a CPU even though its their fault.
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Intel is a LOT better at RMA'ing for stuff like this than Asus. Contact them, be polite, and they will cover you.

Asus is frankly, turning to **** lately. They've been sending out RMA'd boards that are either damaged as replacements, or completely fubar'd. One guy gut a board back from them that had the case panel pins bent BADLY, and scratches on the board. They should just send them a completely NEW board, not a different refurb that was beaten up by someone playing football with it...
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Sure it's not the RAM?
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