Motherboard: Asus P5NSLI
CPU: Intel E6700
Video Card: EVGA 7600GT (pci-e, but no seperate power)
I built my PC about a year and a half ago. It was rock solid till last week. Video failed, popped open the case to find half the capacitors on the video card swollen and leaking.
Tried replacing the video card, no post, no beep.
Tried resetting the CMOS, no post, no beep.
Tried each stick of RAM individually no post, no beep.
Tried new RAM, no post, no beep.
New power supply and you guessed it, no post, no beeps.
If I take out the video card, I get the correct beeps (1 long, 2 short), take out RAM get correct beeps (long forever). Mother board looks fine on visual inspection as does the CPU.
So, dead motherboard? Is their anything else I can try before I shell out for a new mobo?
Anyone have any recommendations for a Intel 775 ATX motherboard?
Also, I assume each brand uses the same beep codes across all it’s boards, but if not, you need to check the model you gave us. I looked up the model you gave on the Asus website and someone else looked it up on newegg.com and on both of those sites it says (And shows in the picture) that it has onboard video. So either the picture is wrong or the model number you provided is wrong.