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2011/06/01 11:07:05 (permalink)
I have the EVGA nForce 680i SLI board, it isn't currently in a case and it's not grounding anywhere. 
It's throwing a weird post LED that I could see listed anywhere, or I can't read it.
 
Firstly, I'm not really sure HOW to read it, one way or the other.
 
It either is an 8 followed by a lower-case E, or a G followed by an 8.
 
I'm stuck. It has only basic components attached:
CPU, Heat sink, Fan, PSU (although the PSU only has a 4 pin CPU power plug), Graphics card (EN6600, for now, will eventually be 2 8600 gts' in sli, if I can get the damned thing to post). 
 
I'll try to get a picture of it later. 
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/01 12:57:49 (permalink)
    I assume you've got at least one stick of memory in it?

                
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/01 13:27:18 (permalink)
    yes, It had a single 512mb single sided DDR2 pc2-3200 ram stick in it. tried all four ram slots, same result.
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/01 17:56:11 (permalink)
    Welcome to the forums kmisterk... Here's a link for the 680i SLI manual http://www.evga.com/support/manuals/files/122-CK-NF68.pdf I hope it helps.
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/02 12:49:33 (permalink)
    I had scoured that entire document before posting on the forums. I had been searching for possible solutions to the problem and had no luck, hence posting at all. I've been in communications with the EVGA Tech Support, and they haven't been able to be much help yet, but it may end up being that they just send out a new one, so we'll see. Any ideas in the mean time?
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/02 21:07:25 (permalink)
    The only thing, maybe the four pin going to the CPU power instead a 8 pin. If can borrow a ps that has a 8 pin for the CPU to see if it works, it worth a shot.
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/02 21:41:52 (permalink)
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    The only thing, maybe the four pin going to the CPU power instead a 8 pin. If can borrow a ps that has a 8 pin for the CPU to see if it works, it worth a shot.
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/03 07:01:46 (permalink)
    Yep. Tried that too. I was testing it at work, where I only had the 4 pin available. Then got it home, tried it on my 550w 8 pin. No dice. Then I the motherboard with my other power supply with another 4 pin connector, no dice. then with the pentium D that I have, nothing. Then I even tried it out of the case, still nothing. I'm beginning to think the board is bad.
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/03 08:48:41 (permalink)
    You might very well be right, try diconnecting power, remove the CMOS battery for 10mins or so and clear the BIOS and see if you get a boot

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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/03 08:55:02 (permalink)
    Yup. That's the second to last thing they had me try on the phone. Its all good though. I found my reciept and am about to upload it to my myevga site and have them ship out a new one. Any other final suggestions?
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/03 18:46:41 (permalink)
    Smartbomb

    You might very well be right, try diconnecting power, remove the CMOS battery for 10mins or so and clear the BIOS and see if you get a boot

    Well, I was going to suggest that, Smartbomb beat me to the punch. I guess go ahead and RMA the board. Let us know how it goes. You can use the same post instead of starting a new one.
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/03 22:20:27 (permalink)
    Yeah. Had planned on that. Ticket was submitted and I'm waiting for approval.
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/08 09:28:08 (permalink)
    Update, for those who wonder, I have been approved, now I just have to find the time to go to the fedex store to get it shipped. sucks that they won't pay for both to and from shipping, but hey. 15 bucks to ship is definitely worth not having to buy a whole new motherboard. Will let you guys know what happens for those who are interested.
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/08 18:02:51 (permalink)
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    Update, for those who wonder, I have been approved, now I just have to find the time to go to the fedex store to get it shipped. sucks that they won't pay for both to and from shipping, but hey. 15 bucks to ship is definitely worth not having to buy a whole new motherboard. Will let you guys know what happens for those who are interested.


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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/08 18:21:46 (permalink)
    Shipped out today, went on the fedex truck at the last second :P Should be there by monday, tuesday the latest. Next step...play the waiting game. they say it's a 1-3 day turn around period once they receive it in their warehouse. So here's to hoping. 
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/08 22:11:49 (permalink)
    Yea let us know, I'm interested particularly in if you get a 680i or 780i back.
    I may be RMA'ing my 680i as I got the -- of death after the system was fired up after sitting for a couple months. Have not really had time to mess with it yet fully, still hoping I can breathe life back into her or it is a PSU related issue and not even MB.

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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/24 20:07:53 (permalink)
    Finally got my board back. They didn't have stock of anything before the 790i, which is what I received, so if you do end up sending in a 680i, you'll likely get back a 790i. Sucks, because the 8 gigs of ddr2 became useless, as the 790i is a ddr3 motherboard. :/ can't win them all. SO I'm configuring it now :)
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/24 22:08:50 (permalink)
    Wow was not expecting to see you get a 790i, was expecting a 780i maybe as 680i have t be getting mighty scarce to find.
    Well at least you got a end of the line 775 socket board. No where to go from there but a excuse to upgrade to newer tech.
    Did you find memory that works with the 790i? I am not real familiar with that board but think I remember it being picky as far as what memory it is stable with, well at least with 4 sticks at once.

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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/24 22:44:29 (permalink)
    Yeah, No joke. This board is legit. Aside from having to track down some ddr3 (which ended up being pretty easy, as I work at an electronics recycling center, we get about 40 gigs of ddr3 a month, which is slim pickings in comparison to what other ram comes in), This board is fantastic.  Triple sli capable, up to like, 1600mhz ram speed, it's got 2 gigabit ethernet jacks, 6 rear usb ports, and 3 mobo spaces to use front panal usb/firewire. Only issue I have had with it is that how the case/motherboard is configured, I can't plug in the front audio jacks cause the wiring that is built into the case isn't long enough to reach it. It literally would have to span opposite corners of the case, and for a case of this ones size, it's not easy (Lian-Li PCv1200 ii plus brushed aluminum case). Otherwise, this board is hands down the best mobo I've ever gotten to work with.
     
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/25 08:34:56 (permalink)
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    Finally got my board back. They didn't have stock of anything before the 790i, which is what I received, so if you do end up sending in a 680i, you'll likely get back a 790i. Sucks, because the 8 gigs of ddr2 became useless, as the 790i is a ddr3 motherboard. :/ can't win them all. SO I'm configuring it now :)


    Sweet... Nice upgrade, the 790i is very fickle when it comes to low voltage memory sometimes they work and sometimes they don't. Anyway, thanks for the update.
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/26 16:51:21 (permalink)
    yeah, it's sweet. I'm posting from it now, but I can't get it to recognize the raid array i have set up :/ In bios I can set it up, and it shows that it's healthy, but when I boot up into windows 7 pro 64bit, i go to the storage section of the control panel and nothing shows up in the hard drive selection screen. So i'm at a loss now :/ 
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/26 17:07:07 (permalink)
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    yeah, it's sweet. I'm posting from it now, but I can't get it to recognize the raid array i have set up :/ In bios I can set it up, and it shows that it's healthy, but when I boot up into windows 7 pro 64bit, i go to the storage section of the control panel and nothing shows up in the hard drive selection screen. So i'm at a loss now :/ 

    What version of windows? What level RAID? Sounds like its not formatted or given a drive letter yet.
    If its XP try this: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309000
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/26 17:19:04 (permalink)
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    yeah, it's sweet. I'm posting from it now, but I can't get it to recognize the raid array i have set up :/ In bios I can set it up, and it shows that it's healthy, but when I boot up into windows 7 pro 64bit, i go to the storage section of the control panel and nothing shows up in the hard drive selection screen. So i'm at a loss now :/ 


    Did you download mobo drivers from nvidia, if so did you do a complete install?
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/26 17:24:40 (permalink)
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    What version of windows? What level RAID? Sounds like its not formatted or given a drive letter yet.
    If its XP try this: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309000
    If its Vista try this: http://windows.microsoft....-a-hard-disk-partition
    And 7 this: http://pcsupport.about.co...nagement-windows-7.htm

    It's windows 7 pro 64bit, I think it's raid 0, but the bios raid configuration just calls it "striped". I'll go check out that link. Followed that link and I had tried that already. windows disk management doesn't see it either.
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    Did you download mobo drivers from nvidia, if so did you do a complete install? 
    Jim 
     
    Yes, let it run a full install, and yes, downloaded it from nvidia. Restarted, and everything else that didn't previously worked amazingly well (ie. second Ethernet, Sound selection options, bios upgrade, etc.) 
    post edited by kmisterk - 2011/06/26 17:27:26
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/26 17:33:20 (permalink)
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    What version of windows? What level RAID? Sounds like its not formatted or given a drive letter yet.
    If its XP try this: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309000
    If its Vista try this: http://windows.microsoft....-a-hard-disk-partition
    And 7 this: http://pcsupport.about.co...nagement-windows-7.htm

    It's windows 7 pro 64bit, I think it's raid 0, but the bios raid configuration just calls it "striped". I'll go check out that link. Followed that link and I had tried that already. windows disk management doesn't see it either.
    jhatc1 


    Did you download mobo drivers from nvidia, if so did you do a complete install? 
    Jim 
     
    Yes, let it run a full install, and yes, downloaded it from nvidia. Restarted, and everything else that didn't previously worked amazingly well (ie. second Ethernet, Sound selection options, bios upgrade, etc.) 

    What mobo driver version?

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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/26 17:47:30 (permalink)
    That's a good question. How would I find that out?
    2.8.340.11 is the Control Panel Version
    Raid/Storage driver version 11.1.0.43. I really have no idea where to even look to figure it out.
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/27 06:34:40 (permalink)
    Did you do a fresh install of windows or did you plug in your hard drives with the os already install, set up your raid and go?
    BTW looks like you got the newest mobo drivers.
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/27 08:08:08 (permalink)
    The os was installed already and the raid array was setup after that.
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    Re:EVGA nForce 680i Weird Post LED Code 2011/06/28 05:51:24 (permalink)
    I hate to say this but, I leaning towards backing up files and do a clean install of windows then set up your raid for storage.
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