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Originally Posted by crazykiddo;13826051 
I tried hold the memOK button until it flashing and the system turn off and on then that light just keep flashing and still nothing on screen.

And there is the switch next to the memOK says EPU, what is that? Thanks

epu switch enables power monitoring, The system detects loadings and regulates power consumption.

Dude read the manual!

Try with just one stick of ram in either of the blue slots. Are you sure the ram is seated properly into the dimm slots ?? they are tight and need a good push into the socket
Edited by Chewy - 6/10/11 at 2:33pm
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Sorry if this sounds so elementary, have you plugged it in the blue slot nearest to your CPU? On the manual it is the recommended setup. Also, make sure that both ends are pushed all the way down. It is really easy to forget pushing down hard on the end that does not have a clip on it.
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epu switch enables power monitoring, The system detects loadings and regulates power consumption.

Dude read the manual!

Try with just one stick of ram in either of the blue slots. Are you sure the ram is seated properly into the dimm slots ?? they are tight and need a good push into the socket
Wow, it finally boot with one ram on the blue slot right side, tried left side (near CPU) but no luck..
The screen says New CPU... MEM ok, and CPU fan error??? I am using Corsair H50, I plugged the 3 pin cpu into the mobo as picture above? Is there something wrong with H50?

Update: I follow this video on youtube:
At 8:22 he connect the wire (4pin) into the motherboad but I didn't see any 4 pin comes with my H50, is that the problem?

Edited by crazykiddo - 6/10/11 at 2:43pm
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post #14 of 24
On that picture, is the black cable on the left upper side the H50's cable? If so, that's your problem - the CPU fan slot on the board is the white piece to it's right. Give that a try.

Memory wise, the P8P67 needs to overclock 1866 ram for it to run at those speeds. The MemOK button should allow you to boot... so I'm guessing you just plugged the cpu fan in the wrong place.

Read the manual! I made the same mistake when building my mistake, and the manual solved all my problems.

EDIT: realized that's the pump... anyways, not sure what those pins to the left of the CPU fan pins are for.
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Wow, it finally boot with one ram on the blue slot right side, tried left side (near CPU) but no luck..
The screen says New CPU... MEM ok, and CPU fan error??? I am using Corsair H50, I plugged the 3 pin cpu into the mobo as picture above? Is there something wrong with H50?

Update: I follow this video on youtube:
At 8:22 he connect the wire (4pin) into the motherboad but I didn't see any 4 pin comes with my H50, is that the problem?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUxoFiFuS_g
you need to go into your bios and set your memory speed and timmings. The three pin fan header will be fine aslong as its the cpu one check the manual for the correct socket, Did you not get a 4 pin adaptor in your h50 pack
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Okay, The first screen (bios) temperature of the CPU is very high, about 66c at begin and it just going up to 90c after 30 seconds, I just scare overheat so I turn off the pc... is that normal or something wrong with my cpu cooling?
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Okay, The first screen (bios) temperature of the CPU is very high, about 66c at begin and it just going up to 90c after 30 seconds, I just scare overheat so I turn off the pc... is that normal or something wrong with my cpu cooling?
Sounds like you don't even have your pump connected.

Pump connects to CPU_Header and the fans connect to your power supply's 3 pin connector.
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Sounds like you don't even have your pump connected.

Pump connects to CPU_Header and the fans connect to your power supply's 3 pin connector.
The pump is connected as picture in my fist post, but maybe something wrong, how do I know if the pump is running or not. I have Hyper 212 plus as well, should I use it instead.
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Here is the video...

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