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have you tried testing it with a diff power supply? the power supply may be working but its not giving the motherboad with sufficient current to run, you have tested the other parts and they all work fine but you have not yet tested your power supply, or test you power supply to other system see if it will boot other system or vice versa
Asus motherboards are garbage, they die within a short period after being sold (perhaps they're even designed to die so that asus can sell more) Buy from a reputable manufacturer like foxconn, abit, gigabyte
First are you sure it is the CPU fan and not the Power Supply fan? Open up the case and make sure the power supply cable is snug into the slot. Make sure that Pin 1 is lined up with Pin 1 on the motherboard. There should be a notch or red dot or different looking Pin to show you where pin 1 is...sounds like it may be a connection problem from power supply to motherboard...try that and let me know what happens we have other options but have to start somewhere..
90% am sure that your motherboard is DEAD...those kind of things happen due to high damage to the CHIPSET...(ex:-Thundering - shocks from telephone line is directed to the modem)...
>> The Green light is only to indicate that power is recieving...
>> It is better to check it from a repair center...