just cant see anything wrong???
And that's why electronic technicians have multimeters, o'scopes, test mock-ups, signal generators, schematics, and tech manuals - because typically, there is no visible evidence. You can sniff around for burnt smells, you can inspect for leaky or bulging capacitors, or tiny cracks or scratches, and you can ensure all cables are in good condition and connected properly. Beyond there, troubleshooting sophisticated electronics is beyond the scope of normal users.
And sadly, even a well equipped shop with highly trained technicians are pretty much helpless without tech data that shows what voltages and signals (waveforms) should be seen at this or that test point. And with 1000s of motherboards out there, it is impossible for even the bigger shops to maintain tech data on all. We can swap in RAM, CPUs, and test the motherboard out of the case. Even with the applicable tech data, troubleshooting can take time, and then you have to get the parts. This whole process can easily take 1, 2 or more labor hours to accomplish - which quickly takes labor costs to the point fixing the notebook is not worth the cost.
Sorry, I have nothing for you, but taking it to a shop, but I fear they will say the same thing. New motherboard time, or new notebook time.