Originally Posted by Tweeky
down load a new bios 1402 from asus
put it on a thumb driveset bios to defaults F5
always use asus ez flash 2 in the bios under tools
set up hard drives in your bios
also check and test your video connection if possible try new cable and/or video card
try just one video card at a time
Thanks Tweeky, +rep. Followed your instructions - flashed BIOS to 1402 off a USB drive, after rebooting it still had the same problem. I unplugged everything except the boot SSD and then it worked.
I am now adding everything back in one at a time - so far all drives connected and it still works.
The only strange thing is that the BIOS screen is still highly messed like the image I posted earlier.
Plus, I tried to manually set my ram to 1866, because when set to AUTO it only runs at 1333, but the system wouldn't boot at all so I had to go back in and change it back to auto.
I am going to add back in the second GPU now and hopefully everything will still work
Update: Added everything back, including second GPU and everything is working. Running everything at stock right now and doing a 3dm11 test - score just came up at P10850.
Will probably run it a stock setting for a few days before OC'ing it back up againEdited by vonalka - 7/4/12 at 4:42pm