I have a 3800+ in a A8N 32-SLI Deluxe board and it is powered by Liberty 620W PSU sitting inside of it's Thermaltake Tai-Chi case. Electrical surges have downed this machine twice now. The first time it took out the PSU which was easily replaced, this second time though.... At first I believed it was only the PSU and video card that got nailed this second time around, so I replaced both. After getting the video card installed I powered the thing on and found that windows was corrupt. No biggie - reinstall windows. Done. Windows installed and wanted a reboot of the machine so I did just that, and rebooted. Upon reboot the machine would get to the Windows logo and then reboot. No problem I thought - yank on this, tug on that, it shouldn't be an issue. Now I've really done nothing to this machine out of the ordinary to make it not work but I am now in a position where I have a machine that, as you guessed, does not work. Here are my symptoms currently - Step 1: Push the power button Step 2: LED/Fans come on Step 3: Wait Step 4: Wait Step 5: Wait Step 6: Still nothing on the monitor Step 7: Repeat steps 1-6 I'm at a loss here, I get no video on the screen and I get no beeps from the mobo during post; If it's even posting. Here is a short list of things I tried, each one leaving me where I was. Thing 1: Known working PSU Thing 2: Remove all RAM and then boot Thing 3: Try a new video card Thing 4: Smash face against keyboard Thing 5: Check for blown or bulged caps Is anyone familiar with these symptoms? I was thinking it's either the Mobo is dead or there is a grounding issue on the mobo. One of my two LAN connections link lights stays on constantly since this last surge so I can kind of tell there is a mobo issue based on that. I'm pretty technically inclined buyt very lazy and I didn't want to yank the mobo without asking around first. Thoughts? Anyone??