Coppermine wrote:acsguitar wrote:Coppermine wrote:Have you used yoru PCIE slot before? If so, it's almost certainly the card. If you've never used it, then perhaps it could be the mobo, but it doesn't seem logical. Is there a way to test the card in another computer?
I've used the AGP slot but never the PCIE slot. I'm brining the card over to Microcenter or PC Club to see if they can throw it in a board and bring it up. Seems to me the card is dead. When you have dead ram it doesn't detect it just like this. Beeps as if there is nothing there at all.
Yeah, only with RAM, you have a test slot. With this your best bet would be trying it out in a different PC.
I know nothing worse then getting a new toy that doesn't work then having to send it back then waiting for it to show up again!
I really hope its the PCIE slot cause then I'll just buy a dual PCIE Mobo RMA the old one and put it on ebay.
However, I think its the card even though the fan fires up.