Hey all. I bought an Open Box Mobo on Newegg last week. Great price of $59.99 for an ASRock 790GXH/128M. Normally there are a few things missing (i.e. I/O plate, sata cables, etc), but this one had everything. I figured I got pretty lucky on a slightly used board. This is until I noticed that there was a issue with the MOSFET's for PCI-E slot#1 & 2 . You can see in the pic there was severe trauma inflicted on the FET's on #2 and a chipped FET on #1. Looks like someone tried pulling more that the 75 watts the slot(s) are rated for. Slot #1 works fine with an o/c'd GTX260, but slot 2 is dead. The board had no problems unlocking my 45nm Athlon x2 5000+ to a Phenom II X4 FX-5000 with L3 enabled. Current stables clock are 3.2Ghz 24/7 and everything is running fine except for PCI-E slot#2. Now I considered RMA'ing this immediately, but the low price for the board, coupled with return shipping and Newegg's re-stock would eat up half of the potential credit. I think I will end up mounting the board my HTPC. I use HDMI, so the slots are not an issue. The question is: Should I live with and work around the boards handicap, or should I RMA and get a measly $30.00 out of it? BTW, how many of you would destroy a product and try to RMA it knowing that the damage was caused by your negligence?