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    Default Re: Please Help, New Build Wont Boot!!

    I have the four phase led's lit up when I turn the power on... The board is not in a case but will power the fans...

    Im actually stumped by it..
    The cards are Asus 4350's .. they seem ok by what I have read so far...

    The power supply seems ok. it will power up the hd's and cd drives..

    Is there much chance of getting a dead board from new?

    Quite dissapointed really!!
    First step is having the board changed?

    Thankyou for all your help so far,
    Tony

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    Default Re: Please Help, New Build Wont Boot!!

    Quote Originally Posted by TonyMatchett View Post
    I have the four phase led's lit up when I turn the power on... The board is not in a case but will power the fans...

    Im actually stumped by it..
    The cards are Asus 4350's .. they seem ok by what I have read so far...

    The power supply seems ok. it will power up the hd's and cd drives..

    Is there much chance of getting a dead board from new?

    Quite dissapointed really!!
    First step is having the board changed?

    Thankyou for all your help so far,
    Tony
    i wouldnt say its the board,best bet is to try with another psu a cheap one would do or borrow one just to try it and eliminate it
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    Default Re: Please Help, New Build Wont Boot!!

    PSU is worth a shot for sure, a Corsair 750 is gonna perform better than a 750 watt off brand one for 30 bucks.

    Tony if you could, please list your system specs as wazza and i did in our signatures. I would like to see what other hardware you are using, now that the PSU was brought up it brings other concerns. How old (or new) is ur current psu?
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    Default Re: Please Help, New Build Wont Boot!!

    Can I just double check what GPU's you're using? Only the AEH 4350 doesn't support Crossfire. There are no CF interconnect ports. Could it be two 4850's or two 4830's?

    Standard trouble shooting steps apply at the moment:

    Build the system outside the case
    Use a single GPU, CPU, 1 stick of RAM in slot 1 and no HDD plugged in
    Clear the CMOS
    Try to boot.

    If you get to the HDD checking section, power off and proceed to install the HDD and windows.

    If not, try swapping out components after making sure you have all power connectors needed plugged into the system (24 pin, 4/8 pin, any PCIE cables needed etc). Swap to the second GPU, use a different stick of RAM and try again.

    If all this fails, then sourcing another PSU to test with is a good idea. It doesn't have to have a huge capacity, but one from a reputable brand would be a good one to borrow. Anything over 400W should comfortably run your system temporarily with a single GPU installed. If buying a new one, then as suggested you may want to consider a Corsair HX model The HX620 would be plenty of power for those GPU's, or the newer modular HX650 and HX750 are also ideal.
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