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    Well, looks like I'm screwed then.

    The serial number sticker is gone, looks like the glue de-laminated and it fell off at some point. Don't know where it's at, so couldn't say what the serial number is/was.
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    Take a sticker off one of the other sticks.
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    there is also question if shipping costs aren't higher than memory price ... I see some kits so cheap on auctions right now ...

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    Wait this thread is a thing? Oh I'm in...

    MSI K7N2-Delta with an AXP 2000+ blew the PWM section with a long lasting heavy overclock
    MSI K9A2-Platinum, ate a PCI-e slot before it was cool, then fried the rest of the board with DICE and one of many AX2's
    Athlon X2 7750, killed the memory controller on this while using DICE on some old school D9's. Apparently 3.5vdimm+stock vcore is bad
    Asus M4A78T-e, killed about 3 of these with DICE/phenom II's
    Asus Crosshair III, killed about 5 of these with DICE/phenom II's
    Phenom II 945BE ES, 2 or so of these
    Phenom II 945B, 1 of these too long with too many volts
    HD3870X2, just old and hot?
    GTX295 dual PCB, had to bake it to get it running and it died about a year later for the same reason
    HD4850 (or 3), too much voltage?
    Asus Crosshair V F, DICE all the things


    I also have a pile of s754 stuff that is dead, but that is too much to list.
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    Just did an RMA for my crippled 6700k, the damn thing will only run in single channel mode. This is the second 6700k to do this, the first one eventually died.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalRacer View Post
    Just did an RMA for my crippled 6700k, the damn thing will only run in single channel mode. This is the second 6700k to do this, the first one eventually died.
    With that gem you have now, that'll just go up for sale won't it?

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    Either sell it or give my son an upgrade.
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    KIlled a GTX570 a couple of months ago, after vmode (did not like much 1.45v... on air!), but gave me some nice boints before giving her last breath!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woomack View Post
    There is 1 long beep and 2 short
    FYI, that's for system RAM init failure. Usually means a loose stick or a bad slot...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RJARRRPCGP View Post
    FYI, that's for system RAM init failure. Usually means a loose stick or a bad slot...
    1 long + 3 short = memory error, 1 long + 2 short = vga as I said ( I had to dig to 2015 to check what this post was about )

    btw. 1200W PCP&C 90+ Plat PSU just died ... or maybe has some serious issues and I'm not sure what is it. It's randomly shutting down and sometimes is acting like it's restarting 2-3 times.
    btw2. I still have ASRock X99M Killer 3.1 in RMA

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    Killed my only mechanical keyboard last night.

    Don't know if you could call it benching.

    Plugged it in, backlight started flickering, now it isn't even recognized by any PC. Attempted to fix with soldering iron after taking it apart and seeing a bad solder joint on the PCB, conditions did not improve. Stick a fork in it, it's done. Or maybe some lead when it gets warmer.

    Guess I'll go looking for another Logitech G710+.
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    The only thing I've ever killed was the voltage sensor on an old 775 mobo. It was interesting to see voltage readings in the BILLIONS of volts...
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    you are not worthy this thread, go kill some more

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    The Rodeo Clown Oath: I Blaylock, do solemnly swear, to not let my Rig die of old age. I will burn it, fry it, freeze it, smash it and crash it til there is only ash and smoke. This I swear on this day 08/05/2014.


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    I just killed and resurrected a 500GB HDD while flushing my loop!

    Well, you know, it was a bit damp, so I thought WGAF? Let's turn it on!

    I made a long moaning complaint like "Swee...Sweeeee... Sweeeeee... Sweeeeeeee..." and gone, disappeared from Bios and Disk manager.

    But then, after a prayer to the Lord, and a few beers to get a clear mind, cleansed of all sinner thought, I plugged it again and it restarted!! Alleluia!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tech Tweaker View Post
    Killed my only mechanical keyboard last night.

    Don't know if you could call it benching.

    Plugged it in, backlight started flickering, now it isn't even recognized by any PC. Attempted to fix with soldering iron after taking it apart and seeing a bad solder joint on the PCB, conditions did not improve. Stick a fork in it, it's done. Or maybe some lead when it gets warmer.

    Guess I'll go looking for another Logitech G710+.
    Possible to bake it TT?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandrake4565 View Post
    Possible to bake it TT?
    Wouldn't help. Accidentally desoldered a surface mounted capacitor when I was attempting to fix the bad joint, then while attempting to resolder that to the board I melted the copper pad that it solders to (iron too hot, or stayed in one place too long while I was trying to get the solder to hold (or both)). Now it's even more dead than it was before. It had two capacitors soldered together in that area, was trying to fix that too, but it only got worse. Backlight randomly flashes now and system gives error message saying a USB device is unrecognized.

    New PCB is the only option now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tech Tweaker View Post
    Wouldn't help. Accidentally desoldered a surface mounted capacitor when I was attempting to fix the bad joint, then while attempting to resolder that to the board I melted the copper pad that it solders to (iron too hot, or stayed in one place too long while I was trying to get the solder to hold (or both)). Now it's even more dead than it was before. It had two capacitors soldered together in that area, was trying to fix that too, but it only got worse. Backlight randomly flashes now and system gives error message saying a USB device is unrecognized.

    New PCB is the only option now.
    Ahhh sounds like it is indeed DOA!
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    790X-UD4P today.
    6400+ @ 3.7 on the chiller yielded this.

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    well that doesn't look promising scotty!
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