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New pc coolermaster haf932 chassis gigabyte x58a-ud3r mobo I7-930 processor 600 watt coolermaster psu xfx radeon 5670 graphics card in pcie slot 6gb corsair (2gb x 3) in slots 3_1 3_3 & 3_5 monitor is connected When pressing power button system may come on for 10 seconds. All fans are on. Leds on mobo that indicate cpu loading and Northbridge loading are all lit which indicate overload. Don't know if this is normal on startup. I get no signal to monitor and system will shut down. System usually won't even power on. ???

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