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Thread: GA-MA770T-UD3P does not POST




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    Default Re: GA-MA770T-UD3P does not POST

    Quote Originally Posted by CrackTheMachine View Post
    im terribly sorry, I did not list the CPU when writing the post, I simply forgot it. But you need at least the GC, CPU, PSU and Mobo to get any beeps as far as I can tell.

    BTW: Im on my new PC now, reseating the CPU worked for me. One of the pin rows on the CPU was bent when I got the CPU out, I used a small knife with a thin blade to get them back into position. (be extremely careful though, you can easily break them and they are easily bent)
    Maybe I damaged the pins when I pulled the CPU fan out. the thermal compound glued the CPU to the fan as if they were of one piece. When I wanted to remove the fan it ripped the CPU off the mobo. I was shocked, but it seems there was no serious damage done.
    I then had some trouble getting the CPU off the fan but some force and a knife helped.
    When you reseat the CPU remember to check whether there is enough thermal paste between CPU and fan.

    ++edit++
    theres not much left you can try I guess, when reseating, replacing etc didnt work. I dont think both MB are damaged, unless you made some fatal mistake we dont know about that fried them both, but I dont think thats the case either. Most probably its the CPU then.
    Just a quick note, if your 8Pin 12V ATX (CPU) wouldnt get power the mb would let the system fans spin like mad. if they spin normally there is (at least a minimum amount of) power and as long as there is no heavy load even a single 4 pin connector should let the system boot.
    thanks CPU pins are OK, and the fan spinning normally
    let's wait for the bios option!

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    Default Re: GA-MA770T-UD3P does not POST

    I'm having the exact same issues with this board. I tried my vid card and ram in a friends machine and they run great. I have the 20+4 power plugged in and my power supply only has another 4 pin for the 4/8 and I have that plugged in. I'm wondering is there an adapter to make it go from 4 pin to pin and if that might give it more juice. I've been fiddling with this mobo bs for weeks and am on the verge of buying a new mobo, rma'ing the junk one and selling the rma once it gets back.

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    Default Re: GA-MA770T-UD3P does not POST

    Hi, in my case the CPU was the faulty bit: had to change everything before.....
    I still suspect a crapy mobo did trigger my issue initially but I am not that certain now and still believe you should try to find an old AMD and see if you get the initial boot beep, if you do-> your cpu was dead on arrival
    I have to say I had misplaced trust in AMD quality checks...

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