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Marcus Torre DeProspero

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About Marcus Torre DeProspero

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    Veteran

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System

  • CPU
    i7 5930k
  • Motherboard
    Asus x99 deluxe II
  • RAM
    Corsair led ddr4 3200ghz 16gb
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080ti Black Edition
  • Case
    Lian Li PC-011 ROG Edition
  • Storage
    1tb ssd, 512gb m.2, 4tb hdd
  • PSU
    EVGA 1000 P2
  • Display(s)
    Acer GN246HL, LG 3440x1440 34"
  • Cooling
    EKWB watercooling
  • Keyboard
    Logitech g810
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 proteus RGB
  • Sound
    Sennhesier
  • Operating System
    windows 10

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  1. So I bought this motherboard about 4 months ago and declared it dead when I put it all together and the motherboard wouldn't boot past the DRAM stage, I though something was seriously wrong and I couldn't RMA it. I bought a much cheaper motherboard that wouldn't let me overclock my cpu at all and I lived with it for bit and just got over it. Then I just wanted to look at the board. I noticed it looked the there was a scratch right next to the RAM slots, so I remember fixing some old DDR3 ram by using a pencil and just coating the top of some traces and it fixed them so I did it to this board a
  2. So I was having trouble with this motherboard a while back and didn't realize, till now after I had bought another one, that the current one was not reading my ram at all wouldn't even boot so now I just saw some brown over the pcb on this mobo and so I remember watching a video, it may have been Linus or Jay, but they said that graphite like from a pencil will help "fix" those traces. Not sure if this is gonna work but I'm hoping for the best. Update: it works I don't why but I was going to destroy this mobo and it also has a missing pin. I just decided since the only other one th
  3. Well if that is what that means then yeah it's a bios lockout I guess
  4. Xtu won't let me access anything at all. None of the option are changeable.
  5. There's not really a point to taking a screenshot though.
  6. There isn't even any power limit settings in my bios. Like nothing at all about it. It's split into three sub categories Voltage, Dram, and cpu configuration.
  7. So I bought a 10850k and an msi motherboard on ebay... I have always bought off of ebay because I can't get parts from newegg or amazon from where I am, so I plugged everything in and nothing worked the mothernoard had a bent pin and so I thought it was a motherboard issue. Well I bought another motherboard on ebay and it didn't even turn on like nothing at all. Well after that I went to a store way out in town and just got a whatever motherboard that would work with my cpu. Well the motherboard turned on and the cpu got hot but there was no post, not even after I added a video card. I went on
  8. RIP indeed. I am so fucked. I can't even get a new for at least another month or so.
  9. lol I have and I think it some kind of power delivery pin because there is no boot
  10. nevermind I broke it. It is lost forever in the hall of gaming Valhalla.
  11. I have definitely seen this videos but this pin is like bent in on itself and almost twisted so I am really scared. Do you know if they break easily?
  12. Well I have fixed my fare share of cpu pins from AMD but never have I successfully fixed a motherboard pin from Intel so I am here to ask what the best way to fix these pins is. I have an ifixit kit with the tweaser things but I am kind of afraid to fix this issue without first consulting trained people so I am here to ask how I do such a thing.
  13. nevermind just found a bent pin and have no idea how to fix it.
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