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hi all.......


i find myself in need of an SLI ready board so i can grab another 260, i found this on fleabay & was wondering if the problem with this board sounds repairable.??

Asus P5N-T

i know its pretty hard to diagnose from the limited info provided, just thought it might be worth a risk @ £30
 

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There could really be 1000 different things wrong with it. I mean, it could be a bad CPU he used, or a bad gpu, no way to tell without more info. Not worth the risk IMO.
 

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yeah...... its true i guess.

for all i know he could of taken a steel coat hanger & plugged the board directly into the mains..


i must stop trying to cut corners..lol
 

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Originally Posted by D2K View Post
yeah...... its true i guess.

for all i know he could of taken a steel coat hanger & plugged the board directly into the mains..


i must stop trying to cut corners..lol

Yeah, you don't want to get a cruddy motherboard and find out that you can't fix it
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