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ItsJustDave

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  1. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Yeah, I've gotten in touch with Quo. I'm bummed that I've got to wait some more, but I'd rather not attempt to rectify this myself. Thanks so much for all the help. Slightly ashamed for missing something kinda obvious, but my mind was looking for something specific to the board being incorrectly setup on my end.
  2. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Regrettably, that was the culprit. There's 4 pins that don't look so good. I've added an image to this post.
  3. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Yeah, none if that improved anything. Regrettably, this is my first build in over 6 years (Mac Mini and MBP retina since), so I don't have another box to swap parts with to try and isolate anything. I'm going to drop Quo an e-mail and hope they can help.
  4. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    I edited previous post to include the following: Monitor is hooked up via onboard DVI connector and I'm not getting any video at all. No post. I did not see any jumper configuration that would appear to enable the on-board video, so I assumed it was on by default. Is there something I'm missing? And yes, I disconnected the drives after running into issues with post/video
  5. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    I've tried the memory in this configuration as well. Still no video/no beep codes. The only way I've managed to get beep codes is with the memory fully removed. Here goes, let me know if you need more visual detail on anything. Thanks so much for your help on this. EDIT: Monitor is hooked up via onboard DVI connector and I'm not getting any video at all. No post.
  6. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    I've tried starting up with the memory in the 2 furthest slots from the cpu, no beeps. Swapped for the other pair in the same slots, no beeps. Here's an audio recording from my phone of the beeps when no memory is inserted. 20-30 short beeps in quick succession, then it'll reboot and do the same all over again. http://www.sendspace.com/file/si0dgw
  7. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Hello all. New here. Finally received my board as a kickstarter backer yesterday. Busy weekend with the family, but blocked out some time to assemble all of my parts and try booting it up. So far, I've been running into some difficulties. RIght now, I can't get it to boot up. Fans are spinning, everything looks good, but I get no video and no beep codes. Yanking the memory gets me beep codes, but adding a stick puts me back to silence. I've cleared CMOS, yanked the battery, no luck. Currently reduced to the following components: Z77MX-QUO-AOS i7-3770K 32G Corsair Vengeance CMZ32GX3M4X1600C10 PSU Corsair TX650M Anything obvious out of alignment here?
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