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Old 22nd September, 2002, 11:57 AM
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Pins soldered together on 8K5A3+ HighPoint HPT374 RAID controller - is this normal?

Just took delivery of a 8K5A3+ but noticed two pins on the HighPoint HPT374 controller chip which have solder joining them together. Looks like it could be a manufacturing flaw, but I would like to be sure. Have had a few reboots during intensive HD thrashing using a 2 disk RAID1 array, so maybe this is related to the problem. Has anyone else with this board noticed a couple of pins on the HPT374 soldered together? They are next to the surface mount capacitor labelled "C100".
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