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On my new build asus board when fitted turning power on you get a code error beeep beepbeep and nothing on screen or keyboard / mouse tried taking everything off except ddr/power/and screen still nothing

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Remove DDR and see if it does the same thing. When you hear 3 beeps it is either VGA card or DDR. If you have a kit of two, interchange them and use different slots if you have the optionality.
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