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May 14, 2013 5:31:09 PM

i just built a computer with an asus M4N75TD mobo, and a evga gtx 650 ti ssc, and i get no bios screen, i have it grounded properly, but i dont know whats the problem please help!
May 14, 2013 5:52:59 PM

Ive tried everything, im lost please help!
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May 14, 2013 6:03:41 PM

What is you PS, are your fans spinning up, do you have the green light showing power on your MB? What CPU, ram, HD?
May 14, 2013 6:14:34 PM

I have a baracuda 500 gb hdd, an amd phenom ii x4 975 and pc3 1333 mhz ram. the power light on my mobo turns on, all the fans turn on the hdd spins up, but nothing, i have a logysis 480 watt psu
May 14, 2013 7:15:57 PM

Michael Mansour said:
i just built a computer with an asus M4N75TD mobo, and a evga gtx 650 ti ssc, and i get no bios screen, i have it grounded properly, but i dont know whats the problem please help!


I had this problem with my new motherboard. All my components worked fine, but when I started it up, you could hear fans running, but nothing on the screen, and no beeps from the computer! Turns out it was a dead motherboard! If you hear no beeps, there's your problem (which it's pretty common for a mobo to be DOA)

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It could be your PS, it is considered a Tier 5 PS. Do you have any other PS to try?
According to this post you PS is not recommended for gaming systems!
http://www.eggxpert.com/forums/thread/323050.aspx


Logysis wouldn't be a very good choice for a PSU, but the system is receiving power, since the fans are running. I've had the lowest of the low PSU's at one point, still booted up fine (that is, until the PSU exploded :p )
May 15, 2013 2:32:20 PM

Just because your fans are running doesn't mean your PS is fully functional. There are many regulated sections of the PS. It may be fine. You just have to look at the weakest link and Asus makes great MB's ( They are not infallible, I had a bad Asus MB!) There are cheap PS testers that show the proper function of each section.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=E...
I am not trying to be rude or anything, your MB may be bad, but you should either try to put the PS in another system, borrow one from a friend or get a friend to go in halves with you on a $15 PS tester you could share. If you send in the MB and it is not bad, you will be very frustrated. If you are young and will probably build lots of computers in the future, it couldn't to hurt own one and have a tool that can save you a lot of time.
May 15, 2013 3:10:41 PM

Michael Mansour said:
Dang so my mobo is dead??


Like avjguy said you could try a different PSU, just to be safe! I also had an Asus Mobo as well! Still, if you hear no beeps, that's more than likely the issue... I'd know because I just had this problem last week. So try the PSU before you send it back :) 
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