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Old 19-08-19, 08:56 AM
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ouch mate, I would think ASUS would replace the board and CPU it is the boards fault re the cpu after all.

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Old 19-08-19, 11:23 AM
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It could have been a bad CPU. Just because the VRM is burnt doesn't mean it was the board. I'd return both TBH.
I am, Just have to wait for support to get back to me

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If you are going for AMD next year you may as well get AMD now and use the same board next upgrade.
I'll be wanting a new mobo anyway this time next year for better VRM's, Memory support etc... on the next gen stuff so that side of things for me is irrelevant TBH.

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ouch mate, I would think ASUS would replace the board and CPU it is the boards fault re the cpu after all.

I put in a support ticket so I'm keeping my fingers crossed
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Old 19-08-19, 12:49 PM
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I wouldn't consider the PSU good either without doing some testing first.
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I wouldn't consider the PSU good either without doing some testing first.

Already have, I've tested everything in my little HTPC, It was "just" the mobo and CPU that were affected.
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