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Nope, thats plugged in too.
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You say everything powers up so you can pretty much rule out the MOBO. RAM is seated properly so that's out. Does the system POST (does it beep when you turn it on)? If it does and you are getting no video signal I will have to say something is wrong with your video card. If the computer does not POST it could very well be the RAM or the CPU, maybe even the harddrive.
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I think your PC is just way too powerful for your monitor an 7900GTX and a FX-60 thats just way to nice, you need to put that on a Theater Projector.

More seriously
ReCheck the plug that goes directly into the graphics card, make sure that its seated properly anything with 90% of components would give you a beep letting you know something was wrong. The only thing that never gave me a beep but the same problems was when I got a dead Processor, it was DOA so I never saw it post and didnt give me errors
post #14 of 37
Make sure tha the powerswitch,reset sw,hdd led, and the other little plugs are turned the right direction...then test each component separately...
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hmm it DOES post... normally, no special beeping or anything... hmmm...

the video card does not have the standard uhh... monitor port (I forget the name... COM1?) so I use a DVI adapter that came with it to plug it in. Since the card has two ports, I have tried them both, ensuring they were as secure as I could get them. I would try the 2nd PCI-E slot but the wiring is a bit tight on that side.

things to do when I get off "work" ...
Replace video card with an older PCI one to see if its the video card.
Play around with RAM orientations.
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Boot up with the basics, only one stick of ram. That screwed me up, I tried to boot with two and no go, took one out and I was fine. If that doesn't work reset CMOS.
    
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All the the parts new? If not that what parts do you know work for sure?
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Dude, I hope you figure it out. I am going to build soon with the exact same specs (almost), so I am curious what is causing the problem.
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If it does POST and the only thing missing is a video signal, and you know your monitor works, then it has to be something with the video card.
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Originally Posted by DeMOn-X
I was building my comp today and... after installing all the parts, the monitor wouldnt receive a signal... I tried my new LCD monitor and my old CRT monitor, both didnt work...

Currently using Asus A8N32 SLI Deluxe with a Geforce 7900 GTX, FX-60 processor, a pair of dual channel 2gb Corsair sticks of RAM DDR 433

sigh... if my mobo is dead im going to be pissed.
if your monitor isn't receiving a signal then wouldn't that point to your video card as to being the first thing you check?
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