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EVGA model 122-CK-NF68 680i

Motherboard has proven to be unstable. Factory defaults are used, memory has been swapped with known good memory. All settings are at "optimal" or "default" settings and cursor still jumps all over the place. Operating system used was Vista, and even tried XP x64 edition with the same results. I believe the board is defective. Any help will be appreciated

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    Thomas Christopher May 11, 2010

    Is the cursor jumping around the only problem?



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I have now gone through 3 of these motherboards, each ending with the same problem: Everything is on except it won't post. (The second board actually lasted about 6 months.) I tried every trick known to mankind, from reseating the CPU to swapping out the CMOS battery. EVGA kept suggesting it was the CPU but the CPU checks out okay. I am starting to believe it is the memory. I had Corsair 8500 C5Ds (4 x 1GB). Although they are rated to run at 1066 MHz, 5-5-5-15 2T, 2.1v, I ran them a JEDEC settings (800 MHz, 5-5-5-18 2T, 1.8v). The board is now blown as are the memory sticks. I believe the board can only run DDR2 800 (as it says on the box). The Corsair 8500s are too much for it, even at JEDEC settings. A solution, therefore, would be to use only DDR2 800s.

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Perhaps it is just the mouse, perhaps try another model mouse. If it isnt I would try something other then microsoft, perhaps Unix/Linux. We can then determine if it is really the board or your OS/ Configuration

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