MSI 870U-G55 AMD OverDrive Driver
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MSI 870U-G55 AMD OverDrive Driver
I thought it might be a power supply problem, but I did a power supply check with a paper clip and the PSU works fine ie. When my system shut down I did notice a slow blue LED flashing slowly from the case but I'm not sure what it means. I tried looking at the mother board manual for any clues but I couldn't find any. I am starting to think I shorted my motherboard or something worse.
MSI 870U-G55 AMD OverDrive
I just put the clip on MSI 870U-G55 AMD OverDrive bottom of the motherboard with out the black spongy things I will test it out tomorrow and see what happens. Hopefully it's nothing serious because I'm broke now lol Unplug your 4-pin auxilliary power connector and see if she fires up. Make sure you post a mobo review on Newegg, and add to the posts here: I'm using the same cooler with this board and used the stock MSI bracket since I didn't want to take the board out of my case.
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I've removed a couple brackets and don't think I saw any kind of padding, so I doubt that's the reason. So what happens when you press the power button? Do lights come on, fans turn, or any beeps? Double check that all your power connections are secure.
If that doesn't work you should troubleshoot using this http: Have you short the bios reset jumpers just at the end of the pci-e display socket, that my just do the job, if not, like MassiveOverkill said, stop wasting time and RMA it back, before the dead line. Is there something wrong with these boards and 6 core MSI 870U-G55 AMD OverDrive
I just skimmed the thread because I need to go to work in a bit but MSI 870U-G55 AMD OverDrive what I understand something about vcore and too much and yeah. Sorry I'm using the same cooler with this board and used the stock MSI bracket since I didn't want to take the board out of my case. If that doesn't work you should troubleshoot using this for reference. There's padding I just checked. I checked my connections and everything is tight.
I even thought that maybe I am putting too much pressure on MSI 870U-G55 AMD OverDrive CPU so I loosened the screws, but that wasn't the problem.
I did the troubleshoot guide, tried booting with one stick of RAM 1 video card etc. Thanks for the guide though the stock base bracket has the rubber pads stuck on the base. By shorting the bios reset jumpers you mean clearing the MSI 870U-G55 AMD OverDrive right?
I just tried it and no luck. I didn't buy it off newegg by the way.
Everytime something good happens to me something bad happens again lol Having it fail on the 3rd week and on top of that I'm broke makes me feel confused, angry and sad at the same time. I spent a MSI 870U-G55 AMD OverDrive troubleshooting since I didn't have a motherboard speaker then another couple days looking for a replacement.
Fortunately Asus let me rma it without receipt. I wonder if this is a problem MSI 870U-G55 AMD OverDrive 6-core cpu's only. Anyways, good luck with the RMA. MassiveOverkill So my processor is completely unharmed then? It's most likely just fine. The 2nd link I posted was screwed up: Gigabyte is one of the few that offer a mATX board with an 8 pin aux.
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It doesn't have MOSFET sinks, but I really can't say if it's has quality power circuitry other than the fact that you would think so because it has an 8 MSI 870U-G55 AMD OverDrive connector. I'm hoping MSI will step up to the plate here and give us a redesign. One thing I haven't figured out is a way to control fans via OS software. The cpufan header can be controlled via the BIOS but not the 3-pin sysfan. Once in Windows I can't seem to find a way to conrol either fans, Speedfan only sees the cpu and hdd MSI 870U-G55 AMD OverDrive.