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NEED HELP NOW! New build Problem

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Ok, so I just finished some upgrades on my PC.

In my tower (800D) as of right now I have a

Rampage III Extreme mobo (new)
i7 920 cpu
850w psu
h50 cpu cooler (new)
6gb ram 1033
2x ati 5770's

I don't overclock (yet...getting ready to by the spring). So nothing modded on my end to worry about.

Heres the thing, moved everything from a mid tower into the 800D today, and put it on the new motherboard (moved from a p6t). Everythings in, and connected. Turned the baby on, no video output. Checked the video cards, both on, no probs. Looked at the Q LED and the cpu is lit up like a christmas tree. Pulled off the h50 and checked the pins on the CPU, nothing bent (yes, I put it in right). Now, I have no idea how to troubleshoot this/fix it. Anyone got any ideas? I'm itching to get this thing up and running.
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8x Asus Bluray Windows 7 Home 64, Ubuntu 11.04 Samsung 27" LCD Ducky MX Reds 
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post #2 of 4
Could be a host of issues-

Are you sure you installed motherboard standoffs
Are you sure your old ram in compatible with your new motherboard
Are you sure you got all the power plugs plugged into the motherboard - graphics cards - hard drives
Are you using the right dvi out on your graphics card (should be the top one adjacent to your cpu).
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post #3 of 4
Try it with 1 stick of ram. Also..for the love of jebus...make sure your PCIE 6 pins are connected to the gpu.
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post #4 of 4
Your mobo EPS12V is plugged in?
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