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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    Sorry to hear!

    Did you try an extended clear CMOS as I mentioned, with the battery out and power supply removed from the board, with jumper on CMOS pins? If not, please try overnight if you haven't already did it that long.

    I know it shouldn't take that long, but honestly sometimes this does fix things where a normal short clear CMOS that should do the same doesn't help.

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    The CPU has been sended to my friend, if CPU is burned inside ... than can`t be CMOS restarted.

    This new hardware is like nightmare, a lots of problems no safer oveclocking compared with older hardware or AMD platform.


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    The CPU has been sended to my friend, if CPU is burned inside ... than can`t be CMOS restarted.

    This new hardware is like nightmare, a lots of problems no safer oveclocking compared with older hardware or AMD platform.

    I try everithing what you sayed, no PSU, no battery, with jumper.

    More photos I`ll post later

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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    I doubt CPU is burnt inside, it would take a lot more voltage (I've used 1.6+ on them and they are fine)

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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    Possible bad pin (in the small red box) in the upper right section of this picture, 6th row down and 9th column in from the right.
    This picture is cropped from the last picture in the above list [dsc02313ag.jpg].

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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    Thanks for the high res images!

    As I mentioned, it's always good to have someone else take a look even if it's just to have another set of eyes looking.

    I do see a bent pin, I could fix it with a mechanical pencil, but unsure if that is something you want to attempt or not since it is not on any of the edges.

    This may or may not be the issue, did you remove the CPU right after your first initial problems, or not until much later? If not until much later than this might not be it, I mean if you had the problem and tried clearing CMOS several times before you ever removed the CPU then this may be ok. If you removed and reinstalled the CPU shortly after the problem started, than you may have bent the pin then and that is why it hasn't worked ever since.

    Right click, view image to enlarge if these are small.

    Bottom left corner, fourth row to the left from the inside edge, 6th pin from the bottom. Looks to be reset# pin, but I am not sure exactly what that does as it is not covered in much detail in the datasheets, sorry.




    Or, hard to tell by there PDF which is top/bottom/left/right?

    With this one in mind, can you try starting the system with a PCI graphics card only connected, not PCIE. Just in case it is this one, and the PCIE failure is causing the non boot.






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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    Good spot ProfJim, I had the page open and didn't see your reply until I posted :)

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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Good spot ProfJim, I had the page open and didn't see your reply until I posted :)
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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    I know, I was too slow. Took me a bit to choose which images I wanted to show it to him in, as I could see it in 3-4 of them.

    I updated my post, after seeing how you described the pin location, looks like it could be either one? They need to include a full image of the socket first, then describe or show which quadrant they refer to as top/bottom and then show the other four images, so it's easier for us to use.

    Not that it matters really, nothing we can do if we know which pin exactly is damaged.

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