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post #11 of 13
Unplug, disconnect all PSU wiring from mobo, HDDs and GPU, pull CMOS battery out and leave the machine for a few good hours - overnight or a whole day.

Reconnect and try again.
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Intel 320 x 3 RAID 0 Seagate ST31000524NS x 2 Intel 520 Memorex 
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post #12 of 13
short of that try borrowing a display that has a max resolution of 1900x1080

or a cheapo pci video card to verify that your card is functioning properly or not...

also, check cables

hope this helps

post #13 of 13
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so... New mobo, new cpu, same thing... Guess I have to buy a new cheap vid card, ram, and/or PSU next? Any other thoughts???
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