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I tried that last night and did not help at all the same issue still happens.
I pressed and hold the memOK button but it still does the same power on and power off cycle even with holding down the button.
The speaker is connected and i tried one stick at at a time. I dont get any beep codes at all as it powers on then 4 6 seconds later it shuts off and continues in a cycle.
Is there anythings else that you can suggest? I am not sure what can be causing this issue. I have spend at least two weeks trying to figure out the issue. I am at the point where i think that it could either be the CPU or the Mother board. Thanks again for any suggestions

Some years back I had a similar issue to yours. It was turning off after a few seconds ... I disconnected my IDE hard drives since they were connected to the PSU. It turned out the PSU was faulty. I got a replacement and everything worked fine.

If you can borrow or use another PSU give that a shot first before replacing your mobo/cpu.
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oh wait, you all are talking about from when you turn the comp on, to where you hear the beep? Or from the beep to the OS? Cause my beep to OS is acceptable, not Star trek instantaneous fast but not 1980 apple 2gs slow either. Now on the other hand, from power on to beep, sometimes there is a bit of a delay..but hey, what in the world could be so possibly important that you need to be on your desktop so fast. Do you need to disable incoming nuclear missles from your desktop?

Yes! with the help of my thermal radar

I'm going to disable my asmedia ports and see if it makes a difference; just the sata ones or USB as well?
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Need help please.

I am putting these components together.

Asus Z77 Sabertooth (new) (bios 1015)
Intel i5 3570k (new)
Corsair Vengeance ddr3 1600 4 x 4gb (new)
Antec High current 750 W
Nvidia GTX 460 x 2 SLI
Cooler Master V8
Cooler Master Storm Scout
Intel & Kingston SSD
2 x HDD

I first connected all components and cables at once...got Boot Device LED. Took eveything apart and started with just 1 stick of RAM and boot with one additional components at a time. But I couldn't install GTX460. It would POST with one beep but no vdo output to my monitor (couldn't tell if window boot up). I tried every combination possible (1 GTX, 2 GTX, swap cards/slots, changed HDMI/DVI/VGA, 2nd monitor, etc). I went ahead and finished installing W7 x64. The system is running just fine without the 2 GTX460 plugged in. Maybe this is just a defective board? Any suggestions?

TIA
post #1064 of 6919
try plugging your HDMI cable straight into the Mobo, it's probably using the IGPU as your primary. usually one beep means that everything is copacetic. Even if it is your mobos PCI slots that are at fault you really can't tell with the beeps because the 3570k has it's own source of video. When I was running hardware tests I was getting one beep without my cards because I was, in essence, still able to get video.good luck Cp, I hope it as simple as manually setting it in the bios. Still, I find it weird that you are having to do that.
Ok wait, so you have plugged into the onboard HDMI? I'm sorry I read the last part of your post and you said you can get into the OS. did you change anything in the Bios though?
Edited by Blatsz32 - 6/18/12 at 12:32am
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Some years back I had a similar issue to yours. It was turning off after a few seconds ... I disconnected my IDE hard drives since they were connected to the PSU. It turned out the PSU was faulty. I got a replacement and everything worked fine.
If you can borrow or use another PSU give that a shot first before replacing your mobo/cpu.
I think he already went the route to replace his mobo, but I agree with you. It definitely sounds like a power issue.
post #1066 of 6919
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Hey guys
Have any of you solved the slow POST/BOOT on the sabertooth z77s? It feels like an eternity booting from sabertooth compared to z77 Pro


Disabling the ASMedia SATA and eSATA speeds things up.

The 1206 bios has a considerably faster boot time than the previous bios version's.

My Sabertooth screen is on my monitor for less than a second and it takes me about 7 seconds to get to the windows login screen after turning my pc on.
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try plugging your HDMI cable straight into the Mobo, it's probably using the IGPU as your primary. usually one beep means that everything is copacetic. Even if it is your mobos PCI slots that are at fault you really can't tell with the beeps because the 3570k has it's own source of video. When I was running hardware tests I was getting one beep without my cards because I was, in essence, still able to get video.good luck Cp, I hope it as simple as manually setting it in the bios. Still, I find it weird that you are having to do that.
Ok wait, so you have plugged into the onboard HDMI? I'm sorry I read the last part of your post and you said you can get into the OS. did you change anything in the Bios though?

Plugging HDMI directly to mobo only works for me when the GTX card(s) is not physically installed. I haven’t built a new system for 4 years now so I am not comfortable changing settings in BIOS yet. Another thing I tried earlier was changing the graphic card option in BIOS from AUTO to GPU, saved the setting, rebooted,…but still couldn’t get pass Boot Device LED. This is my second board now. First one went back because I think it had faulty SATA (similar symtoms…can’t boot with any SATA devices connected).
post #1068 of 6919
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I think he already went the route to replace his mobo, but I agree with you. It definitely sounds like a power issue.
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Some years back I had a similar issue to yours. It was turning off after a few seconds ... I disconnected my IDE hard drives since they were connected to the PSU. It turned out the PSU was faulty. I got a replacement and everything worked fine.
If you can borrow or use another PSU give that a shot first before replacing your mobo/cpu.

Hi,

I haven't had time to return the stuff yet as i been busy so i will give another PSU a try and what is the minimum wattage that i can use to test out if i don't have a 750W available?

Thanks
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Plugging HDMI directly to mobo only works for me when the GTX card(s) is not physically installed. I haven’t built a new system for 4 years now so I am not comfortable changing settings in BIOS yet. Another thing I tried earlier was changing the graphic card option in BIOS from AUTO to GPU, saved the setting, rebooted,…but still couldn’t get pass Boot Device LED. This is my second board now. First one went back because I think it had faulty SATA (similar symtoms…can’t boot with any SATA devices connected).

You should have your Primary Display set in bios to either Auto or PEG. iGFX is onboard.
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Hey guys, I know this might be covered already in the thread but I just need some clarification on what to buy in terms of cpu fans. I get the generic problem when starting my computer with my sabertooth mobo not starting my intel stock 4pin cpu fan properly. It quarter spins until windows starts and then randomly starts spinning at around 2200 rpm.
Before that my cpu reaches, without the fan running, around 35 degrees.

I have the cpu fan in the correct 4 pin header (CPU_FAN) and tried (CHA_FAN2 / CHA_FAN3 and CPU_OPT). I have also swapped it with other chassis' fans which are 3 pin/4 pin respectively and they start up fine in either CPU_FAN or CPU_OPT and BIOS monitors them correctly. It's just the singled-out intel stock fan not starting correctly in any headers.

I've been reading up about problems that are persisting with intel stock fans and getting a custom heatsink cpu fan is the definite go but I'm just wondering if you guys have any input on what I should get and IF a 3 pin-cpu fan would fix this problem. I don't really mind having no control over the fan speed, I'd just like it to run as soon as it starts.

PS. Is there BIOS settings I can set to power on the device before other devices etc?
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