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When you turn on your computer, can you reach the POST? Or is there any alarms? If there is an alarm, refer to your manual, there should be a page where they speak about the alarm codes each corresponding to a single problem.

Nothing happens... when I hit the power button all the case fans turn on for a slpit second and the nothing. everything goes dead. no alarms or sounds. and i'm not real sure of the codes. i'll have to check that when i get home from school today.
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Do not take visiontek, get it from a trusted brand.
    
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I am gonna try to help you out, I got a Nvidia Geforce 7800 GTX on PCI-e x 16, and it required a special cable to be connected directly from the power supply to it. At first, I didn't connect this cable until when I installed OS XP and reached the desktop, it told me, Your Videocard is not receiving sufficient power......make sure it is properly connected or so....
well as far as that goes, my computer won't even boot up. so there's no way to tell if theres any problem in that area.

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Do not take visiontek, get it from a trusted brand.
too late for that. i've ad the card for over a year now. and haven't ha problems with it until recently.
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So here are my findings:

-I took off the blue orb two and put on the HS that came with my processor. Plugged in what I needed to and turned the somputer on. Boom! Everything was fine. Minus the fact that there's no video card in it but that's being taken care of.
-So after that, I took off the stock HS and layed the blue orb 2 on the cpu (only layed it on top, I didn't want to have to put the brackets to hold it on right now.) and turned on the computer everything started up just fine.

So for now, everything seems to be ok. I just want to try a few more things and mabey I can pinpoint what the real problem is. And unfortunetly i don't have a video card so i can do anything...
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maybe the heatsink was grounding on something. it one computer nerd business in town says that most of the problems like that that hes sees are grounding and power issues. dont know if i trust him thought as he told me sli was still a experament and go or no go back in october of 05. i build a sli system later that week with not one hangup so......
    
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