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    Default Re: mobo won't post

    Are you doing this with the components assembled inside the case?

    If you are it's time to test it outside the case.
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    I tried testing the parts outside of the case with no luck. If this makes a difference the heatsinks are scorching hot

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    Quote Originally Posted by aleric204 View Post
    If this makes a difference the heatsinks are scorching hot
    Yea
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    Default Re: mobo won't post

    Quote Originally Posted by aleric204 View Post
    I tried testing the parts outside of the case with no luck. If this makes a difference the heatsinks are scorching hot
    I assume that is the CPU heatsink at least, or what else? "Scorching hot" was determined how, by touch I assume? Since you use a H80, what is actually hot?

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    Default Re: mobo won't post

    Sorry about being vague on which heatsink I was talking about. I was refering to the three heatsinks on the mobo the ones for the north bridge and south bridge

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    Default Re: mobo won't post

    Quote Originally Posted by Rale View Post
    socket and cpu pins.
    any results ?
    Sorry for my English, its not my native language.

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    Sorry I have been busy the last couple of days I just checked the CPU pins and the cpu slot on the mobo and did not find anything wrong

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