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New built, no boot

I am building a new pc with a Gigabyte UD5 mobo with nVidea GTX 260 video card. I'm using Intel core i7 2.66 with 3 gig of Corsairs Dominator DDR3 ram. I have a Corsairs 750 psu.
I tried an early boot with just what you read connected and I could not get a boot up screen. The fan on my video card is not spinning. The CPU, ram memory and case fans are all working. I unplugged everything, checked installations and hookups and all seemed fine. I even removed the battery for about a minute.
So why am I not getting power to my video card and no boot up?
I'm new to this so anything at all will help.
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  • turnkey10 Dec 28, 2008

    I feel SOOOOO stupid. After posting my issues I went back to looking around and found the 8 pin plug. I got my manual out, found what the plug was for, plugged it in and the computer booted!!! But thank you for your quick response and you even had a finger on the pulse of the problem.

    If I have any further issues I will get back with you.

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    It's a wonderful site you have.

    Thanks;

    turnkey10

  • turnkey10 Dec 29, 2008

    These guys are awesome. I got a very fast response to my problem and they were right on the button with the fix. Thanks Wiz, I would have ranked higher but I found the problem just before I received your response. My guess is that we will be communicating again in the near future. After all, I just started the build. LOL

    Thanks again;

    Dave aka turnkey10

  • Roy Lonsinger
    Roy Lonsinger May 11, 2010

    Do you have both the main 24 pin psu plugged in the motherboard as well as the 8 pin plug?

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