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bad cpu?


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Digerati

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If you bought a retail version of the CPU, one sealed in a box, I would wait to open it until after you install the new PSU. If you don't open the CPU, you may be able to return it.
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sorry for the long delay of gettin back to yall,,the work thing again,,tryed the new psu and cpu,,still nothing,,motherboard is dead,cant be any thing else, i do appreciate all the help and suggestions, i think we have covered all the bases.
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Sorry it didn`t work out for you but thanks for letting us know.
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