Gigabyte motherboard won't POST, phase LEDs all on

Hello,

I've had my PC nearly a year and it suddenly decided to stop booting. It just sits there, with the phase LEDs all on, and doesn't beep or display any video output. There are four lights displaying green and yellow next to the RAM slots, I think they're the DDR voltage. Also, the lights on the mouse and keyboard never come on.

I've unplugged everything and breadboarded the motherboard, the only things connected are the CPU/HSF and PSU. Also, there are no memory warning beeps with the RAM removed (and before you ask, yes, the speaker's attached :)

These are my specs:
* Gigabyte X58A-UD3R
* i7-930
* Scythe Mugen 2 Rev B
* Corsair HX1000W PSU
* Corsair XMS3 1333MHz 7-7-7-20 6GB
* inno3d GTX480
* Case: Coolermaster CM690 ii advanced

The CPU was (moderately) overclocked but I reset the CMOS.
Is it worth getting a multimeter to test the PSU? I find it hard to believe that such a powerful PSU would fail, especially one that got such good reviews.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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    All brand new parts.

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    power led connected
    hard drive activity led connected
    hdmi port into television

    Everything else is now disconnected.
    I have re-seated everything including CPU.
    I have now removed battery and will give this a shot.

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  3. I hae the same issue with a brand new machine I picked up yesterday. It has booted a few times without any issues, enough for me to get windows 7 on it. But now it seems stuck. Although while I am typing this on my other computer it just made it to the bios again (I love hearing that beep).

    I have:
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    OCZ fatal1ty 750W gaming power supply
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    seagate 1tb 7200rpm sata III
    LG dvd r/w drive


    Has anyone gotten anywhere with this? It's pretty darn frustrating!

    Cheers
  4. Found the master thread for this issue. Have a read through, I haven't found a solution yet but it seems like when one is found it'll definitely make it to this thread because a lot of people are involved in it.

    http://www.overclock.net/intel-motherboards/1034724-gigabyte-p67-z68-boot-cycling-problem-1.html


    Good luck to everyone, if I find a solution I'll post it to this site as well.
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