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MMass20
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I7-4702mq -> Compatible MoBos in Argentina

Hi,

I have an I7-4702mq Processor which was running on an MoBo Asrock IMB-180.

MoBo is now dead (Suppose that iGPU failed and not even beep from BIOS is heard).

The problem is that I have no chance to replace it because it is not sold here.

Can you please tell me other MoBos compliant with this processor? And I will try to get one in Argentina.

I wouldnt like to thrown away this processor as it had only been used for 6 months.

 

Thanks and Regards,

Mariano

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AlHill
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If the processor graphics failed, then the processor is not worth anything, as the graphics are built in to the processor.

 

However, if you want to try a different board, look for one that has socket PGA946. Then, you must verify that the boards bios supports your i7-4702mq.

 https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/75119/intel-core-i7-4702mq-processor-6m-cache-u...

 

You may want to try a different power supply on this board.

 

Doc

 

 

 

MMass20
Beginner
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Hi Al

 

The graphics processor is a different chip, Intel Graphics HD 4600. I don't have a different board to test micro with socket G3.

 

MoBo only accepts 12volts Power, already tried with a normal PSU (bridging green and black) and connectin 4 pin connector on board and the result was the same.

 

Thanks,

 

 

AlHill
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No, if you have a i7-4702MQ processor, the 4600 graphics are included in the processor.

 

Doc

 

 

AlHill
Super User
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And, try a different power supply. The jumper test proves nothing.

 

Doc

 

MMass20
Beginner
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Hi Al, thanks again for answering.

 

I have not explained myself correctly meaby.

 

This MoBo (Asrock IMB-180) has 12 volts connector, as in any notebook, of a power supply of 12V and 10A.

psu.png

 

As you can see it also has a 4-pin ATX power connector, so i plugged this from a normal PC PSU, and thats where i did this bridging between green and black cables to power up PSU.

 

Thanks

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