OK, to answer your last question yes, the mobo will automatically pick up on your video card as long as it's all the way in the correct slot. Secondly, what is the brand, model # of your memory? Need to check it on the compatibility lists. Lastly, follow the link under by CPU-Z banner and run through the checklist carefully. What is the beeping pattern? The beep code usually tells you what the most likely problem is, or at least where to start. I'm guessing you have 2 X 2 GB sticks of memory? Which slots do you have them in? Check your motherboard manual memory specs and make sure they're in the right slots.
The monitors plug into the DVI port on the video card. Any (good) LCD monitor has a VGA & a DVI input on it. You may need a DVI-to-VGA adapter, or a DVI-to_DVI cable to plu in the monitor otherwise. Is that what you ask?
Did you plug in the PCI-e power to the video card, inside the case?
Fixed. Turns out i had forgot to coonect a 4 pin to the cpu and it turns out that the graphics cards works from the start so you dont have to to disable onboard graphics. Seems it doesnt have inboard graphics.