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Not good ;-{
 
You appear to have damaged your logic board. There are a few different possibilities.
 
* Didn’t work on a static free work surface and/or did not use proper ESD precautions.
* You over did the thermal paste and it’s shorting out the other logic on the chips base (some paste is conductive or capacitive).
* You snagged one of the small SMT components dislodging it
* You damaged one of the connections.

Any
Any one or more of these could explain your issue. I would go back and clean off the thermal paste if you see any had gotten off the silicon chip its self

Any
Any one or more of these could explain your issue. I would go back and clean off the thermal paste if you see any had gotten off the silicon chip its self
 
[image|1554286]
 
Inspect the board for any damage as well as the cable connectors (both the board & cable sides).

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Aporte original por: Dan ,

Texto:

Not good ;-{

You appear to have damaged your logic board. There are a few different possibilities.

* Didn’t work on a static free work surface and/or did not use proper ESD precautions.
* You over did the thermal paste and it’s shorting out the other logic on the chips base (some paste is conductive or capacitive).
* You snagged one of the small SMT components dislodging it
* You damaged one of the connections.

Any one or more of these could explain your issue. I would go back and clean off the thermal paste if you see any had gotten off the silicon chip its self

[image|1554286]

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