I recently RMA'd a K8SE (2892). Tyan replaced the board. After setting up\nthe board I powered up on the first try. I then set out to how it\nperformed. I burned DVD's, transfered large files etc. The board performed\nflawlessly. I powered it down and went to bed. Upon waking up and powering\nup ... nothing. The board failed to post. I sent the board back. Tyan\nsaid it booted so it must be my PSU. I didn't like that but I went with it.\nI have a power supply tester from Antec. The 24 pin out passes the test.\nAnyway I picked up another PSU and set up the maching using only a video\ncard and one hard drive. The board powered up but would not boot again.\nDead PSU. Just like the last time.\n\nCould the board be shorting out the CPU power supplies (8 Pin connector) ?\nI read a number of times about older Tyan boards burning out PSU's. Is this\nhappening to anyone else?\n\nI placed a call into Tech support at Tyan this afternoon. No response so\nfar. They have been good up to this point. So no complaints about service.\n\nFirst Power supply Antec True Power 550 eps12v\nSecond PSU - OCZ 700 watt version eps12v.