No picture, MB problem?

Problem: Monitor has video card signal, no picture.
This happened before but I usualy reseted my CMOS and it worked, now it doesn't.
No video on any monitor or tv.
No beeping.
Fans spin, 2 green leds are on.
Specs:
Processor Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz (4 CPUs), ~590MHz
Memory 4096MB RAM
Video Card ASUS GeForce GTX 560 Ti
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  1. No POST on the board? Did the system ever beep when starting it before? If you have onboard video, try removing any expansion cards you have installed on your board and plug the video to the onboard. Check to see if you get video and POST now.
  2. EVGA nForce™ 680i SLI
    And no, sorry that did not help
  3. I just tested my PSU with a multimeter, the readings are fine, so it's not the PSU.
    The motherboard still doesn't post, the error code on the built in display on the MB is "- -" it usualy shows "F-F".
  4. Check your RAM once, your RAM may be bad.
  5. manub said:
    Check your RAM once, your RAM may be bad.

    RAM are good and in place
  6. Hi, If you start the board with only CPU and CPU fan installed, do you get the error beeps signaling no RAMs? Can you replace the CMOS battery with a new one?
  7. alexoiu said:
    Hi, If you start the board with only CPU and CPU fan installed, do you get the error beeps signaling no RAMs? Can you replace the CMOS battery with a new one?

    The MB won't start and one of the 3 lights turned off,tried replacing it, no luck
  8. Is the CPU fan spinning when powering up?
  9. MrShox said:
    The MB won't start and one of the 3 lights turned off,tried replacing it, no luck

    Have you checked the processor? Sometimes if the processor is bad the computer turns ON without any display.
  10. alexoiu said:
    Is the CPU fan spinning when powering up?

    Yes, you can see in the pictures.

    manub said:
    Have you checked the processor? Sometimes if the processor is bad the computer turns ON without any display.


    I've put new paste, replaced it with a older one, nothing.
  11. MrShox said:
    Yes, you can see in the pictures.


    I've put new paste, replaced it with a older one, nothing.

    If the processor is good then there must be a problem with the mobo. Give it to the RMA if it'sunder warranty
  12. manub said:
    If the processor is good then there must be a problem with the mobo. Give it to the RMA if it'sunder warranty


    The waranty is due.
    I bought the MB when it released.
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