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post #31 of 83
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yes....that is the one.

thats my prove everyone! (and now why doesnt it work!?!?)
You need to try powering on with just the CPU installed, that's the only way we can start finding out what is wrong with your system. Seeing as there are only two cables that need to be connected from the PSU (5v and 12v) and two from the chassis (speaker and power button) this also eliminates the chance of someone failing to plug a cable in. It also rules out the graphics card, drives and RAM as being the problem, and to an extent the PSU aswell.
post #32 of 83
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i see, but there are like 3 HDD LED cables, as the case has a few LEDs at front.

so are u trying to say, it would be quite hard to destroy this motherboard after all what ive done? (mentioned previously)
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post #33 of 83
don't worry about those HDD led's, not until you get it up and running.

So only plug in the necessary cables for each step as t4ct1c47 has said.
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post #34 of 83
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so that would be just the CPU inside, and try to get it beeping, correct?

oh, by the way, my PSU is a Seasonic M12 600W, for those who didnt catch it at first.
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post #35 of 83
I had the same problem. I know you hear this all the time but, Try reseating your HSF. I had the same problem...took me a couple times reseating it to get it working.
    
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post #36 of 83
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so that would be just the CPU inside, and try to get it beeping, correct?

oh, by the way, my PSU is a Seasonic M12 600W, for those who didnt catch it at first.
Yes, imo strip everything out of it and check cpu hsf, then plug 24 pin mb connector and 4 pin mb connector, then install the speaker connector and the power button connector, not the led's worry about them later. if you start up and hear beebs, then shut-down rig, unplug power cable and touch the case to get rid if static and try to insert 1 stick of ram in the first dimm slot closest to cpu. If you power it on and no beebs sound then start installing everything else one at a time, usually start with gfx first.

Now if you power your rig up with just cpu and power connectors connected and you get no beebs and you are sure the speaker is hooked up right then i hate to say it but your mb is more then likely the problem.
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post #37 of 83
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okay then, looks like im gonna have to print this all out so i can bring it with me.

htus, looks like im gonna have to strip off my Tuniq Tower and the backplate which took me ages to do, because it didnt come with stick foam as it was ripped off, htus i had to come up with an alternative and cut out strips of thick double sided tape.

shall i use the stock HSF then instead for now?
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post #38 of 83
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Crucial Ballistix 2GB 800Mhz,
-> one possible problem. If the BIOS is old on the mobo, it is defaulting the RAM to 1.8v...which IS NOT enough for the Crucial's to fire on. I recommend borrowing some crap ram to get it up and running. Then adjust the DDR voltage to 2.1v and stick the crucial back in.

2- I had similar problems with my mobo...turned out to be the ATX 8pin connection on my PSU had died. It would light up, fans would spin....ut no post and nothing happened when you turned the cpu on.

I would say start with the RAM....that was one of the biggest complaints with these mobo's when they 1st came out. Updated in the BIOS to the 1004 or better, will fix it.
post #39 of 83
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well, as i stated already, i have already tried slotting in the old RAM and old CPU (which where the testing parts) and still no luck.

i will try and go ahead with the whole HSF thingy, but when doing that, only wiht the CPU may i ask?
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post #40 of 83
What about the 8pin connection on the PSU...are you sure its good? If you have everything plugged in, but the ATX power is not functioning, it will give you all the same symptoms you are having now.
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