About 2 months ago I started having problems with my computer. The computer had trouble POSTing, it would take numerous (10 or more) restarts to get it to POST. Then about a week later, the computer would not post at all. I purchased a new power supply ($110) and a new motherboard ($135) to try to fix the problem. No dice. I borrowed my brother's power supply tester and both the old power supply and the new power supply were fine. So I RMA the motherboard back to newegg and they send me a new one. Again, no dice. Finally, I have had enough of building computers and shelling out money to chase problems (been building for 10 years, never had this much trouble), and I purchase an inexpensive laptop. I found that one of my video cards and 3 out of four sticks of my RAM are fried. It is also highly likely that my old board (ASUS Crosshair) is fried as well as the CPU. Now I am trying to sell the motherboard, as it is basically brand new, and I am not sure about how to go about testing it. It is an ASUS M2N-SLI Deluxe. Can anyone help me figure out a way to test the board without having to shell out more than I can get for the board?