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to see all cores on hwmonitor disable core unlocker in bios.
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Originally Posted by chuckman View Post
I finally got around to completing my set-up today. Problem is that nothing seems to be working. When I power on I get nothing but motherboard lights...no beeps, no noises...Nothing. I can see that there are no CPU lights lit on the board for NB SB or CPU.

I have checked CPU for orientation or bent pins, looks fine.
I have pulled one Video card and moved the second one to slot 1.
I have reduced ram to one 4 meg chip.

I am down to a basic set-up right now and not sure what else to do. As I said, there is power, most lights turn on on the board, fans are all running. It just seems it never gets to POST.

Any ideas? Is this a bad board out of the box?

Thanks
8-pin or two 4-pin power connector pluged into 8 port power connector?
cpu fan pluged into the cpu fan connector?
one stick of mem in first red slot or first black slot?
video card in slot one?
one bootable drive pluged in?
all other items removed?

check that memory is seated all the way in?
24-pin power connector?
plug computer speaker in to motherboard speaker terminal at the bottom of board?

have power supply tested?
Edited by Tweeky - 6/1/11 at 6:00pm
 
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Originally Posted by Tweeky View Post
8-pin or two 4-pin power connector pluged into 8 port power connector?
cpu fan pluged into the cpu fan connector?
one stick of mem in first red slot or first black slot?
video card in slot one?
one bootable drive pluged in?
all other items removed?

check that memory is seated all the way in?
24-pin power connector?
Thanks for the reply Tweeky, please bare with my ignorance here...

8 port power connector...8-pin or two 4-pin??? Not sure what you are asking???

I am using a touch 2000 fan controller. Fan 1 has a split cable that feeds back to the CPU fan connector. But I did consider that and ran the fan cable direct just to see...no difference

1 stick in red

Dual video on build was 2 and 4. I pulled 4, and relocated 2 to first slot under NB.

New out of the box SSD connected

only other item connected is Sony BR OD

Memory is seated

24 pin

Speaker is connected

Everything seems to have power, can PS still be bad?

Oh, and the CPU light is red on the Q LED
Edited by chuckman - 6/1/11 at 6:13pm
    
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Thanks for the reply Tweeky, please bare with my ignorance here...

8 port power connector...8-pin or two 4-pin??? Not sure what you are asking???

I am using a touch 2000 fan controller. Fan 1 has a split cable that feeds back to the CPU fan connector. But I did consider that and ran the fan cable direct just to see...no difference

1 stick in red

Dual video on build was 2 and 4. I pulled 4, and relocated 2 to first slot under NB.

New out of the box SSD connected

only other item connected is Sony BR OD

Memory is seated

24 pin

Speaker is connected

Everything seems to have power, can PS still be bad?

Oh, and the CPU light is red on the Q LED
there is a 8-pin power connector on the motherboard you must plug in a 8-pin or two 4-pin connectors form the power supply - see pic
see page 2-46 in the manual

a 3 or 4 connector from a fan must be plug into the cpu fan terminal
see page 2-43 in the manual

Sony BR OD is OK

change the one stick of memory with another one?
try the first black memory slot?
when try
the memory go button see page 2-50 in the manual
and then try
connect the Corsair H70 pump in the cpu fan terminal

Edited by Tweeky - 6/1/11 at 8:17pm
 
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H70 pump connects to PWR and set PWR to 90% in BIOS. Should run at approximately 1400rpm. My H50 ran at 1300+ in that config, which is plenty for a Hydro Series cooler.

Agreed with the GoButton, but I wouldn't mess with the RAM except to make sure it's seated properly. Hold the button down and see if that will force it. Should beep and if things are working properly system should boot up to Delete enter the BIOS. I know you're aware of this Tweeks, just making things a little clearer.

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For the past 3 weeks or so, I've been having this problem, and it's finally gotten to the point where I can't stand it any more:
I'll get occasional freezes, usually about once per day. No bluescreen, no artifacting, just a straight lock-up. More recently, I've received random bluescreens as well, albeit only twice. Here's where the real problem that has me concerned: sometimes, my setup will fail to POST. Lights come on, fans spin up, etc, but that's all. When this happens, the POST status LED for the CPU comes on and stays lit, which, if it is to be trusted, says it is a CPU issue... However, before blindly following it, I'm wondering if anyone else has any firsthand experience with this, or advice as to determine what the underlying cause may be (I want to believe it's a power-supply issue, causing the CPU to not pass its POST inspection...but that's just...hoping, really).
As a side-note, my system (in my signature) has been running at stock speeds for a while, even before this issue began occuring, so it's not due to a bad OC.
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He's got HW Monitor Pro.

Be happy yours reports real time RPM. Mine reports at between 100k and 19k which is IMPOSSIBLE. No fan goes that fast in a Home Desktop system.

~Ceadder
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Sandman, how do you get your HWMonitor to show all those temps, including the sensors? This is all mine shows.

Awesomeness, click "Help" tab, go to site and update to version 1.11. That's all I did. The 1.11 version than shows NB, SB plus any temp sensors you may have. To edit labels simply high light item, click "View" tab and than "edit label".

Ceadderman, I use to get the bogus fan speed listings after a couple BSOD while OCing. Just reinstall and it should be fine.
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there is a 8-pin power connector on the motherboard you must plug in a 8-pin or two 4-pin connectors form the power supply - see pic
see page 2-46 in the manual
Thanks for the photo Tweeky. I am hoping this is the issue as nothing is plugged in there and manual says it won't boot without it. The H70 had it covered and I never saw it.

Question though, the manual (and you) decribe it as an 8 pin, but on my board it only has 4 pin exposed. The other half has some kind of cap on it.

Should I use just 4, or uncap and use all 8?

I will try other suggestions from you and Ceadder if there is still an issue.
    
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Thanks for the photo Tweeky. I am hoping this is the issue as nothing is plugged in there and manual says it won't boot without it. The H70 had it covered and I never saw it.

Question though, the manual (and you) decribe it as an 8 pin, but on my board it only has 4 pin exposed. The other half has some kind of cap on it.

Should I use just 4, or uncap and use all 8?

I will try other suggestions from you and Ceadder if there is still an issue.
Hehehehe... when I first stared building my rig this was my issue almost every single time. Now, I always check this out first.

Just take the cap off and plug in that 8-pin power cable. Depending on your setup, you may want to make this the very first connection. If you have big hands (like I do) it's pretty tight in that area.
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Well, got most of my stuff in yesterday and starting on the build, I will post a pic when I have completed the build. Here is a pic of the items I have already received. I plan on tweaking and dressing up inside the case before the reveal.
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