Question Does ECS A890GXM-A (V2.0) (ami bios 5/25/2010)compatible with AMD Phenom II x6 1090T?

Has the board been updated to the supporting BIOS...dated 05/25/2010?

Have you EVER had it working, with any CPU?

Have you ever had the CPU working, in any motherboard?

Do you have a PC speaker attached and does it report any 'beep' codes?

What's the rest of the system like? memory, PSU, gpu, etc.

You're dealing with old hardware here so any number of things could be wrong.
 
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Has the board been updated to the supporting BIOS...dated 05/25/2010?

Have you EVER had it working, with any CPU?

Have you ever had the CPU working, in any motherboard?

Do you have a PC speaker attached and does it report any 'beep' codes?

What's the rest of the system like? memory, PSU, gpu, etc.

You're dealing with old hardware here so any number of things could be wrong.
Thanks first. My computer currently uses
CPU: AMD Athlon II X4 640 processor
RAM: 16GB G. SKILL 1333 MHz PC3-10666 DDR3 Memory
BIOS: American Megatrends Inc. 080015, 5/25/2010
GPU: Nvidia GeForce 8600 GT

the computer works fine, it dost not post only after I plug in Phenom II x6 1090t(BE). Just wonder why it does not work as ECS promises.
Thank you very much.
 
Thanks first. My computer currently uses
CPU: AMD Athlon II X4 640 processor
RAM: 16GB G. SKILL 1333 MHz PC3-10666 DDR3 Memory
BIOS: American Megatrends Inc. 080015, 5/25/2010
GPU: Nvidia GeForce 8600 GT

the computer works fine, it dost not post only after I plug in Phenom II x6 1090t(BE). Just wonder why it does not work as ECS promises.
Thank you very much.
That web-site link you provided says it does, that's about all there is to go on.

Only suggestion I have is to be sure to reset CMOS before starting up with the 1090t in there if you haven't.

Also, a PC speaker would give you BEEP codes to tell you where it's failing POST. That would be a clue if it can at least 'see' the CPU.
 
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That web-site link you provided says it does, that's about all there is to go on.

Only suggestion I have is to be sure to reset CMOS before starting up with the 1090t in there if you haven't.

Also, a PC speaker would give you BEEP codes to tell you where it's failing POST. That would be a clue if it can at least 'see' the CPU.
I appreciate your helps. Thank you very much.
 

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