Ok here is what happened. Computer was running fine and I was about to do a reboot and go in to bios. I enter the bios and set load line on the cpu to high and set every thing for 4.8GHz. 1.4v for the cpu and every thing other than that at auto. Hit save and rebooted. Next thing I know i hear a pop and smell smoke then I see fire. I shut it down and pulled the power. the 8 pin was burned right off the board. The power cable for that 8 pin seems to be fine other than a little distortion and the remains of the 8 pin stuck to it.
Now I know that 1.4v with high load line should in no way be enough to burn that off the board. Also there should be no way I can set a voltage high enough to do that. And the guy I talked to from asus said that because I had it over clocked it may not be covered because the overclock could have caused the problem. What the heck is that all about. Isn't this suppose to be the worlds best overclocking board. And can some one show me where it said if I over clock the worlds best overclocking motherboard that I void my warranty. I just cant see how using the advertised features of the board can possibly void it's warranty. Overclocking on a rampage 4 extreme is normal usage.
I will be posting pictures later tonight of the damage.