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Sabertooth P67 refuses to POST

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I built my new rig yesterday, and being all tired I went straight to bed. Now when I got home today I thought I'd be great actually have a look at my new setup until that is...

Setup:
CM Silent Pro M 600W
Sabertooth P67
i7 2600k
Asus GTX 460 1GB
2x4GB Corsair Vengence @ 1600mhz

Immediately at first boot I noticed the cpu led as I had my case on the table (still open) as I was gonna finish my HDDs later on...

Cables check - 4+4 and the 20+4 pins as well as the 6+6 pins for the GFX. I triple checked em even the ram-sticks in different orders and still a no-go.

I've tried the memOK which made the mobo reset a few times until the dram led blinks for an eternity. Still using stock cooler as it made things easier in case any issues would pop up. I've picked it apart now and I'm only running mobo + cpu/cooler + 1 ram dimm on a cardboard box.

I have no test board or any other PSU, and my only choice now seems to be RMA. I assume it's either the mobo or CPU (or both)?
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I'm having the same problem but it was after what I think was a bad BIOS flash.
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post #3 of 4
Could be video card.
Do you have another to try?
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I'm trying to post/boot without the card so I highly think it would be the cause. Both the PSU/GFX were tinning fine on my old setup.

I've reset cmos both via the battery and the pin thing but to no avail.

Edit: Don't have any other gfx either.
Edited by Nessaja - 5/20/11 at 10:58am
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