Hi mate seems i hav a common fault but no one has the answer!
got a 6400+ black edition and a m2n sli delux board, powered by 600W (both power cables on board) a green led light up, jumpers in default cables connected checked no end! Took out cards replaced cards changed monitors but the monitor displays no action and turns its self off after a while no bios action happens and im stuck help plz email@example.com
P.S dont think its a wattage problem has ive tryed lowering power requirments by removing non needed hardware!
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Here's the configuration for that board. If your trying to overclock, you'll want to go with a higher setting.
CPUChiosei HT Voltace 11.20 VI Allows you to set the pocessorhipset HyperTranspoit voltage. Configuration options: [1 .20V] [1 .25VJ 11 .30V] [1 .35VJ [+1 .40V1 [+1 .45V] [+1 50V] Chtoset Core Vo#aae f1.40V1 Allows you to set the dlipset core voltage. Configuration options: [1 .40V1 [1 .50V] [1 .60V] Ctitpset Slan&w Core Vo?taoe 11.40 VI Allows you to set the diipset standby coe voltage. Configuration options: [1 .40V] [1 .6OVJ CIhVsef Fi-E Voitaae 11.50 VI Allows you to set the dlipset PCI Express voltage. Configuration options: [1 .50V1 [1 .55V1 [1 .60V] [1 .65V] [1 .70V1 CPU Vcore Offset Voltage fDisabdJ Allows you to csable or set the processo vCore offset voltage. Configuration options: [Disabled] [Offset lOO.OnIV] ASUS M2N-SU Deluxe
If your computer was ok before you changed parameters in Bios then it is Bios fault: Re inter Bios and Try to reset it to default. If you can not get into Bios anymore the problem is serious: You must reflash Bios or reset Cmos ,and it could be vga or may be the wifi if you have one onboard. see if you have a hardware store nearby and let someone fix it if you . It seems to be a common problem on all Asus Motherboards: bios,vga,post etc...