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I have an ASUS motherboard and am having some problems with it. With skeleton system and power attached, fans come on but no video and no response from the onboard speaker. I have troubleshot it down to either the motherboard or the power supply. The power supply is a 300 watt that puts out : +12 = 12A, +5 = 25A, +3.3 =20A.

The motherboard documentation says that it requires the following output: +12 = 15A, +5 = 30A, +3.3 22A.

Would the difference in Amperage output cause the problem that I am seeing?

Thanks for any help.

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might do, but im not sure. If your PSU is broken, a typical sign is when you turn your pc on the CPU fan spins for around a second and then the whole system turns off. When you first turn a system on, this is when the most power is needed, so if your PSU is gonna break, it will at power on.

Also, if you get any beeps, your PSU is coping, it may be your mobo thats dodgey.
 

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No, it's designed for AMD. Called: a7v266-e

Also, the fans don't stop. They keep spinning continuously.
Green light on the motherboard.
Everything seems to be working, but no Post.

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try contacting the manufacturer or look on their support section. Its probably a mobo fault, could be a faulty HDD tho, i had this and it stopped post altogether.
 
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