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MSI P67A-G43 (B3) - Need help identifying this postcode

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Need help identifying this postcode:
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOS-2E4egX8[/ame]

CPU:i7-2600k
Mobo:MSI P67A-G43 (B3)

GPU isn't the problem since I replaced it and still get this postcode. RAM isn't the problem since I've tried four different sticks one at a time in each slot and still get the postcode. Getting no live video from the GTX580 and no onboard video. I think either the mobo or the CPU is the problem, don't want to have to send both in for RMA so if anyone can help me identify the postcode that'd be great.
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can you describe what you're seeing? the video is unclear, all I see is black...
Also, you might want to try the MSI forum, and beyond that MSI user support.

The first thing they will tell you to do is flash the CMOS, if that doesn't work, unseat the CMOS battery. I hope you don't have to RMA, but if you do, it'll just be a few days depending on who you ordered from. TigerDirect was very good to me when I had a failure to post (code 98) with my P67A-G65 (B3). The failure was because of a bad flash (my fault).
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Crucial RealSSD C300 64GB SSD whatever i have around Win 7 Pro 64bit 23 inch 
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The video is just my computer. I've reset the CMOS multiple times already and that hasn't helped me. I've taken apart and put together my build several times inside and outside of the case. I'm running out of ideas and I think either the CPU or the mobo is the idea, but I've been told that the mobo is fine since it POSTs and that CPUs rarely need to be RMA'd.
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