You seem to be stuck in a POST loop.
Start your troubleshooting by stripping the system down to the bare essentials with only one memory module installed.
You can even remove the EVGA graphics card and troubleshoot using the Intel integrated graphics.
Add another component if the previous configuration's POST is successful. This way you may be able to determine the component causing the problem.
he is right sounds like its failing post
(power on self test)
if it fails this test it boot loops
best thing to do is remove all components except motherboard+cpu+1 stick of ram
then try to boot if it loads turn off and add 1 component at a time (if it failed on motherboard+cpu+1 stick of ram swap the ram for another)