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Help! hi, i recently bought an asus p5b deluxe motherboard, have fitted a new intel core 2 cpu with heat sink and a new g-force graphics card. i have installed all the hardware, but when i boot the computer, it beeps and nothing appears on the monitor. have i installed correctly, or have i done something wwrong? please help regards

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Have you installed RAM? If not the machine will not boot. You may also need to enter the BIOS setup to set the CPU and DRAM voltages and multiplyers etc. Follow the instructions in the manual for setting up the CPU info in the BIOS. Are you sure your PSU has enough guts to run the setup? Many times have i seen setups fail because a cheap power supply has been overstretched.

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