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I would say that it is a power supply or connector issue. I had some minor setup issues with the EVGA but power supply and ram are common issues.

Also do you have a sata DVD drive? If you do, try powering up the system without it connected. There is a known issue that affects some board/dvd combos.

Nothing personal but I'm not a big fan of thermaltake power supplies (other than their 1200w which is of course not made by them).

To clarify, you only have a 4 pin connector which you are inserting in the left side of the 8 pin onboard, or your PS has an 8 pin native?
I wouldnt suspect it to be a Ram problem because it was running fine 3 days ago. The psu was also running fine. I also already tried running it with out dvd drive but still same problem.

Thermaltake isnt great but it works fine for me sofar.

My psu has a 8 pin native, wich is one cable, but the front of the cable can be spit up into a 4 pin so it can be used with older mobos. Its the same thing as a 8 pin because its one cable. For the p5n-e i only had to plug in the 4 pin half of the cable and unclip the other 4 pins. For the 780i i have the 8 pin plugged in.
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I assume you have your cpu fan connected to the right header? Not connecting it will cause the motherboard to not boot as a result of it perceiving a fan failure.

do you know what bios the board came with (likely P01)?

Someone above suggested builiding it outside the case. Thats helped me before as sometimes there is a grounding issue.
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I assume you have your cpu fan connected to the right header? Not connecting it will cause the motherboard to not boot as a result of it perceiving a fan failure.

do you know what bios the board came with (likely P01)?

Someone above suggested builiding it outside the case. Thats helped me before as sometimes there is a grounding issue.
I have the cpu fan plugged in correctly to the right header. I also think that its the p01 bios.

As for building it outside of the case, i am going to try that after im done doing some work, and its sounds like a good idea.

Questions.

Should i run the motherboard on some cardboard or just wooden desk?
Should i take psu out of case?
Keep hdd plugged in or unplugged?
Could routing cables under mobo for cable management case problems?
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Questions.

Should i run the motherboard on some cardboard or just wooden desk?
Should i take psu out of case?
Keep hdd plugged in or unplugged?
Could routing cables under mobo for cable management case problems?
1) Doesn't matter... both are non-conductive.
2) No need.
3) Unplugged... barebones so nothing except CPU, HSF, 1 DIMM, video card, power.
4) Doubtful but that's why we ask you to remove the mobo from case
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1) Doesn't matter... both are non-conductive.
2) No need.
3) Unplugged... barebones so nothing except CPU, HSF, 1 DIMM, video card, power.
4) Doubtful but that's why we ask you to remove the mobo from case
Well i did that last night.
When i did first boot, at least now the red led it off, only the green blue and yellow were on.
It still did the same thing, it would just keep giving me long beeps and i couldnt see anything on the monitor.
I also still get the same error code 3A.
I took out all ram to see if i could get a different error ode and i got Error Fb.
I also took out cmos battery for 30 min and cleared jumper, didnt do ANYTHING.
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bump, sorry againg but i cant wait 24 hr
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Can you take a pic of the mobo's light? i have the same mobo but this sounds familiar when I was having problems with powering my GPU improperly

also if possible, try to swap back to ur old board to double test that everything didnt fry from somin

also, try setting your keyboard in a different slot... i could not get into bios using the keyboard on the lower USB ports for some reason untill i got P03 bios

EDIT: if you want immidate help, throw me an AIM msg, im on my cell right now (in class on my lappy) but Ill help you through this, i know how frustrating this is
    
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Can you take a pic of the mobo's light? i have the same mobo but this sounds familiar when I was having problems with powering my GPU improperly

also if possible, try to swap back to ur old board to double test that everything didnt fry from somin

also, try setting your keyboard in a different slot... i could not get into bios using the keyboard on the lower USB ports for some reason untill i got P03 bios

EDIT: if you want immidate help, throw me an AIM msg, im on my cell right now (in class on my lappy) but Ill help you through this, i know how frustrating this is
Sorry i dont have a camera right now. Theres a green, gold, and blue light on when i have mobo on. At least since i took the mobo out of case the red light it out.
Hmm how did you fix the video card problem?
I am planning on trying out my old board again soon, i really hope that i didnt fry anything.

My keyboard is not usb hah. Even with the keyboard unplugged it still does the same thing.

Thank you for even just this, i get really frustrated when i get pc problems.
Do you have xfire.
xfire= virus1exe
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