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Originally Posted by psouza4;12237978 
Agreed.

But that's not coming from me (O.P.). Any advice or thoughts on my particular issue? questionmark.gif

Take the board out of the case. Test with a known good power supply and known good RAM for post. You'll have to power up by using a small screw driver and shorting the power on pins, unless you have a power-on dongle you can use. At that point it's either the chip or the board. wink.gif
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Take the board out of the case. Test with a known good power supply and known good RAM for post. You'll have to power up by using a small screw driver and shorting the power on pins, unless you have a power-on dongle you can use. At that point it's either the chip or the board.
This board has built-in power/reset buttons. I just need a PSU to test with and nothing else. The CPU and RAM have been tested in other machines just fine (see my original post).

Just got off the phone with ASUS support and we've pretty much concluded that the memory controller on the board is faulty. Time to RMA... :/
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