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    Default EVO 1250 and EVGA Classified 759

    So what's the deal with these two? I'm leaning along the lines that it's EVGA's fault as the supply works on many other boards without a hitch whatsoever.

    When connected to the Classified board and the chassis power button is depressed the LED on the Galaxy turns green for a split second then glows red. The motherboard still has power and the fan on the PSU turns. If I hold on the power button down on the system for five seconds the PSU will turn back off and the LED glows orange (standby). The process can be repeated over and over. The motherboard never even beeps or gets a chance to post at all!

    Will EVGA replace the board with one that works?

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    Dunno. I know the EX-1200 works.

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    it works on my classified.....what does the dual 8segment show? error code?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Dunno. I know the EX-1200 works.
    It works but I got rid of it!



    Quote Originally Posted by Hondacity View Post
    it works on my classified.....what does the dual 8segment show? error code?
    Nothing. The motherboard only gets a blink of power before getting shut off. Funny thing I was able to get it to start by pulling the 24 pin connector slightly off and rocking it a little. Probably risky but it did get running a few times. When it was running it ran fine. As soon as you shut down you're stuck again though.

    I dropped everything into a P6T6 Revolution and it fires up perfectly. That supply is nearly silent and runs cool. It's a good two inches shorter than the X3 1600 too!

    What Classified are you using? Mine is the original 759 rev 1.0. (NF200 onboard)

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    i got the original classy too,

    before i had the evo1250 i had a bfg es800 and a cm emba 850...all three worked

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    I've seen widespread issues on various forums so my problem is not uncommon. If it works you're definitely the exception not the rule and count yourself as lucky.

    Probably one of the three letter protection things (UFO?) that's causing it. Hmmm UFO, Area51, Classified. Yeah it's staring to make sense now!

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    i don't think its widespread maybe 10cases out of 300...thats what i've seen so far from a bunch of forums....

    it could be just the mobo...

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    If you are having problems with the board, feel free to send it over to me. I'll accept it just this time (you pay shipping and include a $10 with the package for handling).
    Software readings are crap.

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    Haha funny! My brother is mounting a LN2 pot on it and going to have some fun with a 975.

    Sending it back to evga could be a nightmare indeed!

    http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.asp?m=100743740

    Something is really fishy with that story. I've handled dozens and dozens of LGA boards and NEVER had a problem with pins EVER. And sometime's I'm not so gentle either.

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