i tried a different PSU and that wasn't the problem either, im pretty sure it is a problem with either the CPU or Motherboard, what do yall think, im not getting any beeps (EVER) and still no video output at all
The P6T Deluxe Mobo has a certain way to install the RAM. Do you have the RAM in DIMM A1,B1, and C1? If its tri channel ram it should be in the color slots. If you read the mother board manual it will explain it to you. If you tried just one stick of RAM what slot was it in?
Did you try different sticks when trying just one stick of ram? It could be the stick your using is defective. Is your RAM Tri Channel?
Now I re-read your problem, it sounds like the PC is running, but you have no input to the monitor. If your PC components are working and everything looks like its turing on then the RAM isn't your problem.
If everything is starting up for a split second then turns off that would probably be your RAM. I don't see it being your mobo if everything is working correctly. Probably a stupid question is your video card plugged in correctly and using the correct two power cables?
If your PC components are working and everything looks like its turing on then the RAM isn't your problem.
I'm going to have to disagree with that statement. I've seen quite a few people posting on here where all the fans were running and everything seemed good other than no video output and the problem turned out to be faulty RAM. I've also had an experience with my personal computer where the computer would power up, but not display signal. I tested each stick of RAM individually and found out that one stick was faulty. The computer worked fine when I replaced the RAM.
i was answering from memory earlier and when i got home realized i wasn't putting it in the orange but the black, needless to say dropped it in the orange and its been working ever since
thanks for all your help guys
I don't mean to be a jerk, but this sure seems like one of those times where reading the manual sure would have saved you a lot of heartache. That's why it's #1 on the checklist linked in the very first reply to this thread.