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EVGA 680i A1 beep codes?

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I'm getting a beep code with my EVGA board, its one long beep and 2 short ones. I am lead to believe that this is a graphics card problem as no picture is shown on my monitor. Is this what the beep code means? If so, any solutions?
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The easiest way to troubleshoot an EVGA 680i is to look @ what LED POST code it gives you. The manual has a listing of the codes and their meanings (Page 163).

Here's a link to the PDF manual if you've lost yours.
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Originally Posted by cchalogamer View Post
The easiest way to troubleshoot an EVGA 680i is to look @ what LED POST code it gives you. The manual has a listing of the codes and their meanings (Page 163).

Here's a link to the PDF manual if you've lost yours.
not unless he has the NF-67 LT version which is budget board and the POST code is taken out..
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