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Thread: IS my ASRock motherboard Dead?




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    Default IS my ASRock motherboard Dead?

    Hey guys, i just got an ASRock p67 extreme4 Gen3 LGA 1155 motherboard and i put an i5-3750k ivybrige cpu and a ASUS hd7850 graphic cards in it, but im getting no video output, i put the 7850 card in another computer and it ran fine so i dont think its that. any help or suggestions?

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    Default Re: IS my ASRock motherboard Dead?

    Your board is originally a P67 chipset/Sandy Bridge CPU mother board, which requires a certain version of the UEFI/BIOS to run an Ivy Bridge CPU. You may not have the necessary version in your board.

    Any idea what UEFI version you have? ASRock usually puts a label on the CMOS chip, so you'll need to check that.

    Your CPU is supported from UEFI/BIOS version 2.10 forward.

    If you have an earlier version, your board will not work with your CPU, and the video card is not the issue.

    Check this ASRock link for more information and the procedure to update the BIOS if necessary:

    http://www.asrock.com/support/qa/TSDQA-92.pdf

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