Question about ASUS P5K Deluxe/WiFi-AP, iP35, S 775, PCI-E , DDR2 1066/667/800, SATA II, SATA RAID, ATX Motherboard

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Power...yes...boot no I have just upgraded my how stack all parts new. P5K3 Mobo, BFG 9800 GX2 Graphics card, DDR3 2 Gig RAM and a E8400 Duo. Install everything and had issues with power, turns out i didnt have enough lead from my PSU, so just went and blown more money on it. The mobo has a green LED to indicate power, all the directions in the manual have been followed and nothing, reset BIOS, still nothing. Now my board seems to work, processor ? dunno how to check that, I cannot hear any beeps from the speaker as I dont have one LOL. The Graphic card is in the PCIe slot and no idicator light from the board saying its not installed correctly. GC shows all green lights, but no video output. no other GC to use to check it as i only have a AGP slot card from the old system. Mem is inserted into DIMM A1 and A2 (manual is not clear on this to my level of intelligence). HDD have been checked to ensure that the 2 IDE's are correctly jumpered and I have one that is a SATA and its plugged into SATA1. I have installed my OS onto one of the drives which I know is the 160 gig so I have disconnected everything and only attached that drive to boot from, I hear it working but not booting up the system. The video does nothing, i have tried both ports as one is indicated as bootable. I am at the stage where my open window is begging to have something throw out of it..please help! Many Thanks in Advance. Simon London UK

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  • Simon Dennis
    Simon Dennis Jun 08, 2008

    according to the box for the P5K3 Deluxe it does support 'native' DDR3 1333Mhz FSB!?!?!



    Managed to get it too boot with only one stick of ram, but will refuse if I use anymore than that.



    Thanks for the help.

    Simon

  • Simon Dennis
    Simon Dennis Jun 08, 2008

    No problem it was my typo.



    Thanks for all your help Mike I seem to be onto a winning path.



    Cheers,

    Simon

    London UK

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Hi Simon, I'm hoping you made a typo. You stated you are using DDR3 memory? The board can not run DDR3...
To check you're CPU go to the CPU section in you're bios & look for hardware monitor. Sit there a while & watch the motherboard temp & CPU temp. You really need an internal speaker. Suprised Asus did not supply one with the board!
You can get one here. http://store.cwc-group.com/casp.html
A must have tiny bugger. The memory slots you are using are correct, A1 & A2. (Memory speed is questioned, DDR2 - 800MHz, Max of 8GB). In you're manual go to section 4.4.1 Make sure you're bios is set to Auto. PCIE Frequency set to Auto, pg 4-47. 95% of the settings in the bios set to Auto.
Please clarify you're memory?

Luck!
Mike

Posted on Jun 08, 2008

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso Jun 08, 2008

    Simon, you did mention within you're post, the board is Asus P5K3 Deluxe. Above you're post is listed Asus P5K Deluxe.

    So my answer is for the wrong board. I did miss read the second line in you're post. (My bad, sorry).

    Please go to Asus & update you're bios. You can download the latest bios file & flash utility from here. http://support.asus.com/download/downloa...

    This should help.



    Mike

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