Try removing all RAM and using the appropriate video port on the MB, if you get either two or three beeps the issue is graphics related.
Update: I found compatible RAM & installed with the other Ram. Same problems, but no beeps when booting.
Your reply #32, the fact that you got no error beeps when the RAM was in the board would normally suggest that things were ok with the power on self test (POST) up to the point that the graphics solution had been checked, this the reason why we needed to know if the add on GPU was present or if the integrated graphics were connected.
0 beep with the RAM in the board = either a bad MB or bad MB.
1 beep = the hardware has passed the POST.
2 or 3 beeps = memory issues, this may also include any memory that the graphics solution relies on for support.
Mind if I ask, why the need to type in large blue text.