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Intel D925xecv2 Fried

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#1 docj170


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Posted 01 August 2006 - 12:32 AM

Hi I just found this site through newegg.com they are the best for all your online computer parts since I am new to this site I will not try to annoy anyone with a bunch of stupid question :thumbsup: I do have one problem I purchased a used intel D925xecv2 mobo I think I fried it :flowers: it will not boot I tested the Processor and the memory in another unit these are working fine I switched out the Video card and it still kept giving me just a black screen what happened was I had it up and running and I disabled the intel speedstep option to get the frequency to stable out because it kept on jumping between 3.4ghz and 2.8ghz well even after I disabled it it still kept jumping up and down so what did I do I decided the play with the memory timings I set it to aggressive and thats all she wrote :trumpet: well if anyone can help me get this board up and running again I would appreciate I tried doing a BIOS recovery but to no avail thanks for hearing me out hope to hear from anyone soon the specs on the unit I burnt out are as follows:

CPU: intel 775 650
Memory: Corsair value DDR2 533 PC4200 2x1gb
PSU: Coolmax 650w
HD: Seagate 160gb SATA 1.5
Optical Drive: NEC 3550 DVD+-RW
Video: ATI X800GTO2 PCI-E 256mb
Case: Thermaltake Matrix with clear side panel

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#2 Albert Frankenstein

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Posted 01 August 2006 - 07:23 AM

Bummer. I see one for sale on eBay for $500 USD! Could that be right? What makes this mobo so special?

Currently home chillin' with the fam and my two dogs!

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Posted 01 August 2006 - 09:59 AM

Overclocking is an expensive hobby!

Maybe Intel can repair the board being that it's that expensive.

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