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EVGA motherboard not turning on...

Dear All, My story goes something like this. I bought this EVGA 680i SLI 122-CK-NF68-T1 motherboard. I assembled everything properly and switched on my power and the board turned on. I left my apartment for about 8 hours and left my new computer on. when I came back i found out that my computer is off. I thought it is poser supply same result after changing my power supply.


PROBLEM: now after turning on my power switch. MB turns on for 1 sec and then shuts OFF. Diagnostic LED just displays " - - " for a second and turns off.


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  • CJCOS Dec 10, 2007

    I'm having the same issue. I RMA'd the board and replaced it. It now gets farther along in the boot process and then shuts off. eVGA suggested it was a CPU-cooling issue, which seems very suspect after less than 15-seconds of run time. I'm also using stock CPU speeds and cooler.

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Your motherboards is getting heated, there might be a manufacturing defect in the board, if there is a warranty claim it.

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