Yes, the board did accept the BIOS update. Powers up, fans on, but no video or anything else indicating booting. I’ve submitted a request to MSI’s tech support, but if I can’t get this figured out in a few days, I’m just going to buy a pair of Intel boards and try again. I’m careful to discharge any static beforehand, and I’m plenty gentle. How the heck do I properly ID them?
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Double check you have a Neo5 and not a PL Neo5 as the later won’t support a E I just saw this issue last week the board was advertised as a chipset Neo5 for a really good price and guess what it’s an older board friend of a friend bought it couldn’t get it to work so over they came left with a P35 board.
The time now is Nowhere does neo say PL Neo5, but that is the motherboard.
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I’ve submitted a request to MSI’s tech support, but if I can’t get this figured out in a few days, I’m just going to buy a pair of Intel boards and try again. But did your board accept the Bios update? What the heck do I do at this point? Looking at the PL and thethey both have the same model number.
MSI P Neo5-F – motherboard – ATX – LGA Socket – iP Overview – CNET
When your looking for replacement boards check it the P35 chip set very good board for that cpu. Copyright -Tech Support Ethegnet. Computer powers off in sleep mode Powers up, fans on. Yes, the board did accept the BIOS update.
I do have another CPU that I can put in, though. How the heck do I properly ID them?
MSI 945P Neo5-F – motherboard – ATX – LGA775 Socket – i945P
So I purchased the above components, got the computer assembled, and powered up. Just realized the board’s a Neo5-F.
Current Temperatures Take II. I bought two boards and two CPUs, and they behave exactly the same. Suggestions would be great.
Please be noted that this is over-spec, and this overclocking behavior is not recommended and guaranteed. Powers up, fans on, but no video or anything else indicating booting. Dropped the chip back in, cackling with glee, and powered on.
Its model ethernst is v2. Any other suggestions would be great, though!
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Have I likely fried the CPU from repeated installations and removals? I can boot it with the E and the board says the version is BB code is on.
I’m careful to discharge any static beforehand, and I’m plenty gentle. If it does, problem solved and I’ll just buy another All times are GMT I saw that on Newegg the other night when I was playing with the one here but on the MSI site they have no info for a -F board???? Anybody want to pick up 2 PL Neo5’s on the cheap? I’m going to go drop that in and see if it works.