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    Default Re: My GA P-55A-UD5 ends up in power cycle

    So here are the pictures. Poor quality, but I hope you can see what I was talking about.

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    Default Re: My GA P-55A-UD5 ends up in power cycle

    And here is CPU pic. Same poor quality.

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    Default Re: My GA P-55A-UD5 ends up in power cycle

    Ya, that is not good! Don't try starting this machine anymore or you risk killing your other hardware.

    CPU is likely fine, and you can simply clean that off with a paper towel or alcohol.

    You will need a new motherboard, you can try to RMA that but I am not sure if they will approve it. It does not appear to be physically damaged so they might be ok with approving a RMA for you, because they can simply clean it out themselves and send to someone as a refurbished board.

    So you may be ok with it, I would send in a RMA request and link to this thread so they can see your images.

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    Default Re: My GA P-55A-UD5 ends up in power cycle

    Thanks a lot for your support. Issue solved. I deliver it to supplier, and I told them what I did, but I also mentioned that it might be not a main problem causing the failure, as it happened when I tried to see what is wrong and opened the slot. By inspecting Mobo, they found that one of the printed power lines from the bottom side was burned out, and this was the main reason for power failure, and accepted replacement. So now, everything works fine (for a while) and I hope it will stay like this for more then few days.
    Once more, thanks everyone for the support on this forum.

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    Default Re: My GA P-55A-UD5 ends up in power cycle

    Nice to see they accepted it for you and offered a replacement!!

    Great to hear the new system is up and running! Post back anytime if you need more help with anything

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