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    Rampage V Edition 10 - Will not boot

    Rampage V Edition 10 - Will not boot.
    The Start & Reset lights up. Also, the PCIe slots light up. The fans do not run. I hear no sound. I'm clueless.
    Bob

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    I should have mentioned I have completely rebuilt the computer.
    Bob

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    Unseat and firmly reseat your 24-pin cable to the motherboard and the PSU. Same for the 8-pin cable as well (they both are required connections). There's not much information in your post, but to me it sounds like a power delivery issue. Ensure you connected your video card power cable(s) correctly too.
    Davemon50

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    ROG Enthusiast Array Amerifaxx PC Specs
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    >> Ensure you connected your video card power cable<
    Yes. That was surely one of my problems. I fixed that. Now I'm at error AA, "Ensure you connected your video card power cable". I'm using an Asus Strix Director II. I have the following connections to the Video Card:
    3 Pin, 4

    Also, when I am stopped at Code AA my PCIex16 Lane Switch lights have two blocks of light, page 1.3 of manual, Upper block light4 is stead on. Lower block 1-2-3-4 light are stead on.

    Is there a way to check the memory, motherboard an cpu, seperatly?

    My System
    Rampage V Edition 10 - LGA 2011-v3 Socket
    Intel i7 XC-Series Processor
    Chipset: Intel X99
    Memory: g.Skill TridentZ DDR4-3333 CL16-18-38, 1.35V F4-3333C16Q2-128GTZKW
    Samsung M.2: V-NAMD SSD 512gb (8 Sticks)
    Power Supply: Corsair HX860i
    DVD: Asus BW-16D1HT/BLK/G/AS
    Seagate 1-12TB BarraCuda Pro
    Seagate 1-4TB BarraCuda Pro
    Asus Monitors: 32 Inch, 29 Inch, 29 Inch

    As yet I have not installed the operating system but it will be Windows 10 Pro.
    Bob

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