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Old 08-10-2017, 11:40 AM   #5
jazzie366
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Default Re: MSI 770T-C45 unstable

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Originally Posted by cpt.charlie View Post
I don't think those fets are shorted, when you have a short, the PSU will shut down immediately.
Check voltages and contacts at pci-e.
This depends on how dramatic the short is. You can have a shorted mobo fet, if it's only a 6 ohm short, that'll draw a measly 2A from the PSU, the chip will light up red until the resistance rises and the mobo shuts down from a fault. However this could be a high resistance short, meaning it might only be dissipating 120mA of current, it'll get hot, but that's about it aside from mobo instability.
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