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No matter what, I cannot get my computer to post. I have tried every piece of hardware over the past 3 weeks and came to the conclusion it was my motherboard, so I sent it back to ASUS, they sent me a new one and guess what....it still will not post.

I have put every piece of hardware I own into another computer and it worked, but this mother board just will not work. When I first got all of it, it all worked fine for a month, then it just stopped one day.

I have cleared the CMOS, did nothing. The only thing I literally, and I mean literally have not tried is something I heard about clearing the power...

But yea, everything works because as the ASUS board was gone I had it in an older motherboard and it was all fine. Like seriously, I tried asking for help a few weeks ago and no one could figure it out...maybe you can?

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post #2 of 69
I kinda had this problem a while back. You sure that the back of your mobo isn't touching metal?
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post #3 of 69
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Positive! its sitting on the pins my case came with. And the bracket for my cpu fan has a coating over it.
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post #4 of 69
Try with 1 stick of Ram, try setting the mobo up outside of the case on a non conductive surface.
What PSU do you have?
Do you have any error beeps?
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post #5 of 69
What are the stock voltage requirements for you memory dimms? This mobo undervolts ram by default to around 1.89v. So if you have dimms quoted higher than that it simply won't boot. Although looking at your memory speed i doubt this would be your issue.
 
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post #6 of 69
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Tried it with one stick of ram, and that did nothing. Here is my PSU:
SIlverstone/ SST-ST65ZF/ 650-Watt/ ATX/Dual 80mm Fan/ SATA-Ready/ PCI-E-Ready/ QUad 12V/ 20/24-Pin/ Power Supply/ SLI Ready.

But, My power supply worked fine with my older motherboard and the Pentium D, I doubt that would be the problem, because the Pentium D is a power hog compared to my e6600.
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post #7 of 69
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This is going to suck, I just wish there was someone who could just like get this to work. Every single piece alone works, it's all compatible, but when you introduce everything it takes a huge dump. yep.

lol, come on you guys, you can overclock this board and mod it, but you can't help me fix it?
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post #8 of 69
Try booting with nothing but the cpu and listen for 3 beeps .
It sounds like a ram or gpu problem.
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post #9 of 69
Take the CMOS battery out and take the power cord out of the back of the PSU, leave for 5mins. Put battery in and replace cord and power on.
 
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post #10 of 69
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I tried that, it didn't work.
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