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Thread: Why not use PCI Post Diagnostics Test Card if you have plm with your build ?




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    Default Why not use PCI Post Diagnostics Test Card if you have plm with your build ?

    Guys,

    I am planning to buy PCI Post Diagnostics Test Card to test with my mobo, gfx, etc...

    Since I do not have any problem with my build so far.

    I noticed that you have greatly problem with UD3P/R and before you decide sent it back as RMA but wait !!!, why not get post led card then pop in and see what wrong ?.

    the price is range about $15-60 varies, some links at below list.

    Amazon.com: pci post card

    SY-TECHAID, Soyo Techaid, Soyo Techaid Diagnostic Card, Soyo Techaid Pci Diagnostic Card

    PCI Test Card, PC Analyzer, Motherboard Test Card

    also for PSU tester

    Amazon.com: Coolmax 14909 PS-224 LCD 24-Pin ATX Power Supply Tester: Electronics

    I'm looking at 2 post card below for me.

    Amazon.com: Soyo Computer Inc. SY-TECHAID Tech Aid Debug Card From Soyo: Electronics

    Amazon.com: Elston Systems PC Post Card Tester, ISA/PCI Slot, V3.2: Electronics

    I sold my old mobo ABIT AN7 with post led display on mobo built-in.

    I wish GIGABYTES should build new mobo UD3P/R with rev 2.0 built-in post led display why not ?.

    pg
    Last edited by powergiga; 01-29-2009 at 09:56 AM.
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