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Nforce4 a939 power led comes on, but nothing else

I just got a nforce4 a939 notherboard today, the 24 pin power connection is in, the 12vatx connector is in. When I push the power button, the power led on the mb comes on, but nothing else and if I hold the power button in afterwards, the power led goes off again as with an atx system. My power supply is atx 2.2, so that shouldn't be the problem. Any suggestions?

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I am on an nforce asus an32-sli premium, with a 939 in it right now you need a 450 -500V power supply. they are resourse hogs, also are you running anything into the cable or ribbon that the main drive is on, if so try running just the drive and nothing else plugged into the MB as a master 0. Don't forget to connect the sata if you are running sata. let me know if it boots in that config, also clear the cmos and pop the battery prior to booting.

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The led on the front won't light, and I have power connected, but nothing. Is there a reset somewere?


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More importantly RAM will give you better performance, if your computer is low on ram it doesn't matter much what the cpu is.

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here is a list of supported CPU's
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You need to connect both 20-pin and 4-pin connector to *********** board. Your 4-pin connector is located between your CPU and a I/O connectors.

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