I hate Gigabyte

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Riznarf

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So I had to RMA my old DS3R and I just recived the repaired send-back yesterday, put it back together and I'm still having my no-post problem...I'm getting real close to getting a new mobo....any other mobo suggestions (not Gigabyte)
 

b1gapl

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I've heard a lot of good things about the Abit motherboards. Specifically the IP35-E.
 

Riznarf

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haha ok just talked to gigabyte techie, he says it may be my PSU causing the problems cus nothing was found wrong when i RMA'd my mobo (apparently) it that even possible?
 

veedubfreak

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Very possible. Hey at least you were able to RMA the board. From what i have read, asus pretty much just flips you off if you try to call their tech support.
 

Ronnie

Console Gamer
GB sucks with customer support i sent a S3 in to be replaced because it just stopped working and they sent it back with a list of instructions saying something like "take the mobo out, lay it on a peice of cardboard, etc..."
waiting 3 weeks for that
im sending it back soon and they better replace it because thats the whole point of having a warranty is it not?
 

annonomous.bob

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yea they really suck i tried getting an rma on a ga-945p-dq6 and i sent them about ten messages etc and they completely ignored me (waited two weeks no response). the motherboards are great when they work though
 

veedubfreak

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Hmm good to know. Hopefully i wont have any issues with my ds3, but its going into my home theatre pc so it wont get much abuse. The gaming rig has an evga board now, and i cant imagine having any issues with their customer support.
 

Ethereal_Dragon

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Pretty much any RMA service is terrible, with the only exception that I know of being Newegg.

Riz, what steps did you take to isolate the trouble to be with the motherboard itself, and not another component? I saw your post at the beginning of October, but doesn't really say what you did other than restarting repeatedly and taking out the CMOS battery.....
 
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