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Hemal

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I would try putting the ram in...you have your heatsink installed too right? try it with the ram and video card
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I tried it with no ram or video card and with just ram and with just the video card and all situations I never heard a beep come from the cpu...
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double check that you have the case speaker hooked up to the correct headers, and possibly try turning the 2 pin connector around. if you start up with no ram installed, the board should beep an error code in protest.
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Assuming you had a case speaked hooked up ( just covering all the bases)
my guess would be the mobo because of the lack of beeps

This does not always hold true and on some occasions its the cpu

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