Originally Posted by dai
what are you running
check the listings in the bios for voltages and temperatures and post them
details of the other psu's
check the bios beep code here
Hi thanks for responding,
I can't even get into bios, it dose not even get that far.
Below is the list of parts i have tried with this motherboard.
PSU's --> #1 Pc Power & Cooling Turbo-cool 1 kilowatt
#2 Thermaltake toughpower 750w
#3 Fractal 800w
Everyone of the psu's power up the fans,motherboard lights, video cards.on this motherboard.
Graphic cards ---> Two identical Msi radion 4870's 1g tried each seperate
Evga GeForce 9800 gtx
When i turn on the power there fans start right up.
Memory ----> G.Skill Ripjaws ddr3-1600 pc3 12800 2048mb each Model F3-12800cl9d-4gbrl I have 4 sticks and tried each of them one at a time in all locations.
Motherboard ----> Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD3 socket 1156 rev 1.0
CPU ----> Intel Xeon 3440 socket 1156
Cpu cooler --->Noctua NH-U12p
These are the parts i am dealing with now but no luck, maybe the motherboard is bad??
Originally Posted by Prophet
Check any all jumper settings with your motherboard manual. make sure your connecting the 4-8 pin psu - cpu. I'm assuming your not getting any video whatsoever? make sure your cpu fan is attached in the right spot. Check your motherboard manual or online for cpu and ram compatibility against what you have. Test with a ps2 keyboard. detach power from wall outlet clear cmos and attach a different psu than the one you used the very first time you tested and with just 1 stick of ram.
Thanks for the advice, I will check the manual for any jumper settings.
Yes no Video what so ever.
The cpu fan is attached to the right spot BUT on the motherboard it has the 4 pin males. The fans i have only have three hole // not sure if that is a big factor it would just mean that the motherboard won't be able to adjust the fan speed and record info in bios.
And i have done mostly the rest of what you mentioned Except for clearing cmos. so i will try that step now Thanks.