UPDATE: Problem Fixed !!!
(1) So I shut down my PC
(2) Cleared CMOS jumper pins (I actually have a [CLR CMOS] button on my motherboard).
(3) Installed OLD processor (Athlon X2 6400+) and turned my computer on.
(4) Entered BIOS to increased CPU voltage a little OVER recommended voltage for my NEW Phenom II 940 BE processor while OLD Athlon X2 6400+ still installed and ALSO loaded my custom BIOS..... 1402 Ginie Mod V3 (This BIOS was created by a someone else not by ASUS !!!!).
(5) Saved and exited BIOS and restarted computer.
(6) Logged into desktop to check stability then shutdown computer.
(7) Installed NEW Phenom II 940 BE and turned computer on AND LOGGED INTO MY DESKTOP........
(8) THEN I DANCED IN HAPPINESS BECAUSE US COMPUTERS NERDS OUTSMARTED ASUS BIOS AND MOTHERBOARD!!!
P.S. I currently overclocked my Phenom II 940 BE (AM2+) from 3.0 Ghz to 3.776 Ghz STABLE!!!!
Thank for ALL the help everyone
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate SP2 (x64)
CASE: Antec 900
FAN: Zaleman 9700 (110mm)
MOBO: Asus Crosshair I (AM2)
BIOS: 1402 Ginie Mod V3 [BETA - CUSTOM]
CPU: Phenom II 940 BE (AM2+) [3.0 Ghz] [OVER CLOCKED: 3.77 Ghz]
RAM: OCZ PC2 6400 (4 x 2GB) [800 Mhz] [OVER CLOCKED: 944 Mhz]
GPU: TWO x PNY 8600 GTS OC (SLI) [715 Mhz] [OVER CLOCKED: 950 Mhz]
GPU: TWO x EVGA 8800 ULTRA [NOT POSTING !!!]
HDD: WD VelociRaptor 10,000 RPM (1TB)
SSD: Neutron Series GTX (480GB)
PSU: Rosewill Lightening 1300 (108 Amps)