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ASUS RAMPAGE IV GENE - new build and... dont work

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September 8, 2013 12:25:12 AM

Hello!
I'm new here, I read some topics, I tried some tricks but it dont work for me...

Okay, at first I buy some parts like coolermaster HAF 932 case, EVGA 1300w PSU and used motherboard ASUS RAMPAGE IV GENE also used proc i7 3930K I have also 4x 4gb GOOD RAM 1333 Mhz from my old build.

So I make this build and... when I power ON my PSU or press POWER button on the case nothing happens...

I'm bored this fact, I tried using 1 stick of RAM in different config
(also on C-1 slot via manual), I also tried plug off all components, nothing happens but... when I use my old PSU 620w yesterday mobo light on with red LED's! also POWER will work, all fans get runing - so I mount all components... at now I try EVGA 1300W (NEW PSU) - nothing happens - totally off, but when I try my old PSU (620w) only GO_LED was blinking...

anyone have any think how to do? I'm really pissed off because I try some configurations from last three days and I still can't play with my new build :( 

I think the mobo is working, because yesterday I got red light on it, but someone fuc*** up and actually I have only red led from GO_LED and only on OLD PSU 620w.. but 1300w EVGA PSU is NEW and doesnt work, lol...

Please any help, Regards Thomas

PS. I tried also my new PSU EVGA 1300w on my old build MSI mobo and it worked so... I'm really bored of this fact... all works but dont works :/ 
September 8, 2013 12:47:39 AM

rejko said:
Hello!
I'm new here, I read some topics, I tried some tricks but it dont work for me...

Okay, at first I buy some parts like coolermaster HAF 932 case, EVGA 1300w PSU and used motherboard ASUS RAMPAGE IV GENE also used proc i7 3930K I have also 4x 4gb GOOD RAM 1333 Mhz from my old build.

So I make this build and... when I power ON my PSU or press POWER button on the case nothing happens...

I'm bored this fact, I tried using 1 stick of RAM in different config
(also on C-1 slot via manual), I also tried plug off all components, nothing happens but... when I use my old PSU 620w yesterday mobo light on with red LED's! also POWER will work, all fans get runing - so I mount all components... at now I try EVGA 1300W (NEW PSU) - nothing happens - totally off, but when I try my old PSU (620w) only GO_LED was blinking...

anyone have any think how to do? I'm really pissed off because I try some configurations from last three days and I still can't play with my new build :( 

I think the mobo is working, because yesterday I got red light on it, but someone fuc*** up and actually I have only red led from GO_LED and only on OLD PSU 620w.. but 1300w EVGA PSU is NEW and doesnt work, lol...

Please any help or I shoot yourself -.-, Regards Thomas



Did you tryied to reset the bios? remove the battery,leave it like that for 2 mins and then put it back. Those MB have overclock profiles and maybe the guy you bought the MB from used a higher freq RAM. I had something similar with my sabertooth. And also check the connectors from your case if they are in the right position on your MB. the - is always white wire
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September 8, 2013 1:12:10 AM

Hmm yes, I tried also BIOS reset by putting off battery, no results. But actually I think about this moment when my mobo starts working like lighting on red colour, and it was at this moment off from case... I think this is the key, because when I unmount it actually it's again working >.<

There must be a outtage voltage from my case, I try to defend this with a tape. :p 
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September 8, 2013 1:29:37 AM

rejko said:
Hmm yes, I tried also BIOS reset by putting off battery, no results. But actually I think about this moment when my mobo starts working like lighting on red colour, and it was at this moment off from case... I think this is the key, because when I unmount it actually it's again working >.<

There must be a outtage voltage from my case, I try to defend this with a tape. :p 



Do you used the right spacings for the MB? ATX MB are all on same things,don't play with that,you can fry the MB or your proc.
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September 8, 2013 1:42:52 AM

Yes, right spacing, my chasis suports M-ATX, ATX and other.
Ok, now I get it worked with square of tape in all screw holes :) 
It works!

anyway thank you buddy for help and fast reply, have a nice day, I give you best reply so it can be faster to close and like 'thanks' button for your help! :-)
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September 8, 2013 1:47:47 AM

rejko said:
Yes, right spacing, my chasis suports M-ATX, ATX and other.
Ok, now I get it worked with square of tape in all screw holes :) 
It works!

anyway thank you buddy for help and fast reply, have a nice day, I give you best reply so it can be faster to close and like 'thanks' button for your help! :-)


Have a nice day too
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October 19, 2013 6:21:25 AM

rejko said:
Yes, right spacing, my chasis suports M-ATX, ATX and other.
Ok, now I get it worked with square of tape in all screw holes :) 
It works!

anyway thank you buddy for help and fast reply, have a nice day, I give you best reply so it can be faster to close and like 'thanks' button for your help! :-)


Hello I have a similar problem, could you explain better what you did to solve?
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