- May 30, 2007
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|System Name||Great White Bengal|
|Processor||i7 930 @ 4Ghz|
|Memory||12GB (3 x 4GB DDR3 Geil Black Dragon)|
|Video Card(s)||Zotac 670 4GB|
|Storage||eSata Seagate 2TB -- 240GB SSD Sandisk Extreme|
|Display(s)||27" 2560x1440 Dell U2711|
|Case||NZXT Switch 810 White|
|Audio Device(s)||Onboard sound & Z5500 Speakers|
|Power Supply||Corsair 850W Gold|
|Mouse||Asus ROG Sica|
In most probability, it is not the motherboard. These guys are way off base recommending a new motherboard at this point. You may have to re install windows unfortunately. See if you can get a another drive with windows installed and see if that is the culprit. always start with the easiest and work down the ladder.
At this point in time I only want to know if I'd be getting the pc to startup next Monday.
What's weird is that I get the pc to POST and windows to start only if I spray that cold-spray on the motherboard. I've removed all ancillaries and everything's still the same.
The only thing which remains is the PSU and for obvious reasons I can't run the pc without it since I haven't got a spare. Though I'm quite sure it isn't the PSU... just a feeling I have.