So I've run into an interesting problem. I purchased an Asus Crosshair V Formula board and a AMD Phenom II X6 1100T Black Edition as well as a CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) I intended to replace those part in my current PC which had a 650 watt Corsair Power Supply and GTX 470 graphics card. I removed the old parts and put the new parts in. I was properly grounded and all parts were seated correctly. Prior to plugging in all my doodads, I powered it up and it told there was no keyboard. I turned it off, closed up the case, plugged everything in and started the board. It have me an error that 'Overclocking had failed' and instructed me to enter the bios. I turned off all the overclocking and rebooted. My monitors did not come on. I powered everything down and started it up again. Previous error, I used the 'Power Saving' profile and repeated the above a few times. I then cleared the CMOS and removed one stick of RAM and tried again. Now, the monitors did not come on and have not come back since. The board is not producing any error beeps and I have tried known good RAM and tested the video card. I do not have a means to test the processor. I called ASUS tech support and went through removing everything and one part at a time. The monitors never turned on. I put in a new 850 watt power supply and the results are the same. Monitors do not come on. ASUS tech support left me with updating the bios when I am unable to see anything which seems like an impressive feat, In short, all parts except processor tested n another machine. Motherboard not giving error beeps. Monitors did turn on, but now do not since clearing CMOS and using one stick of RAM. Any help or thoughts would be appreciated.