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Accidentally applied 1.68v to 3570k

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February 26, 2013 11:03:12 PM

3570k and ASRock Z77 Extreme4


Screwed up hard and accidentally put 1.68v vcc on my IB. It will not post now, all recovery options have been taken and failed. I know something broke 100%. There was no smoke or odor and no visible damage to mobo or cpu.

Is it more likely that the CPU fried or the mobo?

I can afford to replace both but obviously don't want to have to buy both to find out. It's a shame too because my 3570k was a good one, 4.9ghz at 1.36v stable 76c full load.
February 27, 2013 12:13:08 PM

likely you could have fried both... :(  But ill look into it some more here is a link to a web site that you should look at you can get any part there a little cheaper... Ps NO im NOT advertising... LOL if i see a way to fix it ill help you as much as i can good luck

The Link >>>> http://www.Microcenter.com
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