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    Unhappy Another Dead shuttle

    Got my SN45 back from Tek and a few weeks later its died again , now this leads me to think that I might have killed it? I rebooted the machine now it wont boot up, theres 2 things that I think might be the culpit, the main one being the old Geforce 2 MX im using in there, could the voltage requirements of this card have killed the AGP slot? also im using a mobile XP chip in it, could this have cuased the probs?
    The only other hardware in it is the 2x sticks of Corsair PC3200 Value ram and the 80gb samsung HDD.
    Gonna try and source a PCI vid card to test my theory, anyone got one to donate?
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    have you overclocked it at all?

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    yea...
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    If you uped the mem votls. that kills sn45g's dead tbh.

    Has for the gf 2 mx card iirc thats a agp 2 card ? if so it might be a case of the mobo not supporting agp 2 cards, this is listed on some p4 mobos, i know this is a amd mobo but it might still have a effect.



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    Have you tried soft-resetting it?

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    So, you toasted it once by doing an overclock everyone knows will kill this model. They let you RMA and then you went and did it again? I sincerely hope they don't let you RMA it again... you need to evolve, son. A fair amount of slapping couldn't hurt either.
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    Actually the SN45G is a great little overclocker. I doubt that overclocking it killed it unless he tried something very silly.

    Are you able to test the components in another machine?
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    All tested, all work fine
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    Don't touch the Vdimm

    You fried the mobo

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgh0
    Actually the SN45G is a great little overclocker. I doubt that overclocking it killed it unless he tried something very silly.

    Are you able to test the components in another machine?
    The mobo fries if you overclock the voltage to the mem.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Atcapollo

    You fried the mobo
    You sholuldnt jump to conclusions, I never touched the Vdimm, you cant adjust it on this mobo, Ive tryed a PCI card and that doest work eather, gonna try and RMA this shuttle and ebay it, im sick of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Platinum
    You sholuldnt jump to conclusions, I never touched the Vdimm, you cant adjust it on this mobo, Ive tryed a PCI card and that doest work eather, gonna try and RMA this shuttle and ebay it, im sick of it.
    You can change the VDimm on all SN45Gs afaik. And it is the prime reason for dead 45G's.

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    They took the VDimm settings out in the last bios update. Any v2 45g has the ability removed as well.
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