Question about Asrock 775i65G Motherboard
I have a 775i65g motherboard, and the 4 pin aux plug on the power supply that connection to the motherboard get hot and melts, it may take a day or a few hours before it does that, this has happened with three power supplies, can you help me solve this problem, or should I buy a new motherboard?
If this happened on three supplies, the trouble has to be in the motherboard connector. Probably one of the pins is corroded or very loose and causing a poor connection. The resulting heat is melting those connectors. You would be best off replacing the board since you don't know if other problems may be waiting to occur. A replacement would probably cost around $50 to $60.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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