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Old 04-06-2004, 08:28 PM   #11 (permalink)
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i short circuited my mobo too not too long ago. Nothing else worked so i needede to get a new one..

Intel 2.8GHZ 800mhz FSB
Western digital 120 GB HD
Western digital 40 GB HD
Asus P4p800s motherboard
1280MB of ram
Xaser III Red and Blue case
Antec 550 watt PSU
BACK TO GOOD OLE CPU FANS(serious not kidding)
ATI readon 9800xt 256 MB
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Old 04-07-2004, 06:39 AM   #12 (permalink)
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The place I took it to tested every piece. I tried everything. I reinstalled it all, took out ram, switched slots, took out card, checked cables, used different cables, etc. etc. etc. They tested every part and the MoBo was messed up. Sending it back today and hopefully I'll get the same speedy delivery I did last time. (2 days from and didn't pay for any special shipping) Was pretty nice.

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