Make sure that when you replace your Mobo, that you get rid of any evidence that you tried to overclock, put on other/better heatsinks/heatsink fans or anything else that you may of changed, because they usually don't like you making their products work past it's default, or adding better things onto it, so remember to replace that OC bios with an official bios, and to put the jumpers back into their default places.

Everything, and anything diffrent can be used against you, besides, you don't want to take the risk of burning another hole in your pocket.

I don't think there would be any probs with exchanging it, but sometimes you can get the sneaky little @&# who tries to push you away, because they're too lazy to send the board back. (I know a couple of them @ my local comp' fair)

And last but not least, always have a copy of their phone number.

This is all probably over-exadurated, but I like to take precautions in things like that, because I'm not the richest guy in the world, heh.

Hope you get a working mobo :thumb: