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problems with newly built computer.

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I just built my first computer. I have a 680-watt power supply. A 8800 GTS. A Asus M2N-E SLI motherboard. A SATA 320g hard drive. And a AMD 2.8 Dual Core CPU. Everything seems to run fine, the fans all turn on, all the LEDS turn on. However my monitor says no signal. Its not the graphics card because I replaced it with another one and it still did not work. Its is not the RAM because I replaced that as well. The MOBO is not shorting out because I took it out and tried that as well. So if anyone has any suggestions that would be great.

Also, the light on my motherboard is green so I doubt that it is the motherboard, I think it might be the CPU but I don't really think that it could be cause all of it is brand new.

Edited by bimbo36, 16 September 2007 - 01:32 PM.

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