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Boot up. I just installed a new motherboard and can not get it to boot up...What can I do? It is the elite 780.

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You need power supply rated at at least 17 A 12 V. Lower current devices will not boot. Had the same problem. pauleke

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My sugestion is mite try testing it somewhere else mother board mite be bad or maybe power system is to low.lala linda

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