thePoison I am sure your 24 pin melt down has nothing to do with your 4+ GHz overclock and inferior power supply selection at the time. Now I suppose this goes without saying, but having the cards at stock and the processor as well you would have never experienced this mishap.
magicdragon_88 yup but in my case, the motherboard pins are clean ( after sanding them) What im worried about is the the atx cable. the plastic melted off of it and there is exposed metal on 10th and 11th 12v wires, kinda of like the metal housing in which the motherboard pins are inserted... could this whole problem been the reason why my pc was sometimes not booting?
Uranium-235 damnit, pics aren't showing up, i'm guessing since i'm a new member and have the same restrictions as url's I bet if I post the url it will go bye bye too
Uranium-235 seriously? you delete my post? I can't post pics, have a valid problem, and need pics to show it. You KNOW i'm not a spammer but am treated like one. Are you going to ban me next? evga just went -1 in my eyes
nebbukadnezzar Cannot post pictures (yet).
nebbukadnezzar Users of the VGA power boost should be aware that the Molex connector connects to an appropriate rail, as the motherboard gets its power from +12V1 and the 4-Pin CPU connector from +12V2; connecting the EVGA power boost to any other rail than +12V1 will combine that rail with +12V1. It should connect to the +12V1 rail.