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I asked a good friend of mine who's father owns a computer repair shop. He stated there should be no reason the cpu should go bad and there is no way to really test the cpu alone? /shrug idk.


Anyways, any chance of being pointed to a good gaming motherboard with a CPU 1150 socket?

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Correct on both counts, with the exception of having a known working spare board that is compatible with the CPU there is no way that an end user can test the CPU.


Before suggesting any board/s can you post the full RAM details, brand, ID information from the labels that should be stuck on the sticks (seem to recall that you had 4X2GB sticks) this so we can hopefully find you a good quality/value board that your RAM has been tested and approved with, less likely to get compatibility issues having such a board.

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