Ok, after alot of "red Tape" i was able to test my cpu and ram in another computer. The culprit was a dead CPU. Now here is where the question is. Was the CPU killed by the DFI Blood iron or the eVGA 680i. Now the 680i when i was using it killed my first set of ram, which passed testing today on the other computer. What do you guys think? Do you think i should RMA the Blood iron or should i stick with the one i have now and get a new CPU? In theory since the 680i killed my first set of good crucial ballistix, do you think it could have killed my cpu as well? Unfortunately i failed to test my cpu when i first switched over form my 680i, but that was because i didn't think that the cpu was bad, however i did find out shorty after installing the blood iron that one of the stick was bad. So guys is there any option to finding out who the culprit really was/is, and if the CPU was bad would it kill the Blood iron in the process? Should i RMA the bloodiorn? idk what to do and if possible i don't want to RMA something that works just fine. But at the same time there is no money in the coffer to replace the CPU so the computer will stay in cold storage for now. So now that you read all of that, what do you think i should do?