Hi gang, I started putting my new build together late last night on a open air tech station to make sure everything would be in good working condition before installing into the case, lol on that. Components in build are: Q6600 G0 Enzotech Ultra-X HS GA-P35C-DS3R 2gig DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Crucial Ballistix Dual Channel Evga 768MB GTX 500gig Seagate SataII- (1) PX-800A Optical Seasonic M12 700W After setting all this up I turned it on for 10-20 seconds (twice) and the only thing that powered up was the fan on the Enzotech Ultra, no HD, no optical, no video, no could install windows. Could I have damaged the processor and or the mobo because of this fiasco? I'm really worried about the processor cuz my 30 days was up on the 9th from Tank Guys where I pre-ordered the Q6600 G0. The HD was on Sata port 0 (the orange). Ram was seated until I heard the clicks and the latches closed. Yes, both 6pin adapters were plugged into the video card. After taking a close look at the mobo I discovered the vid card was missing one set of screws on each side to hold the stock cooler on and the sides of the card are beat and warn looking, now I'm really pi**ed. It's now 5:30AM and I can't see straight so I go to bed. And I'm getting to the PSU part. Now with some sleep and can think I forgot I had bought PSU tester about 6 months ago. I pull it out and tested this thing twice with the same results. +5V=5.1 +12V1=12.2 +3.3V=3.4 -12V=11.9 +12V2=LL 5VSB=5.1 PG=520 So obviously that's why the tester constantly beeps because of the low rail. Hey guys, I never used one these before but I knew I would need one eventually. I didn't know what the LL meant on the +12V2 and then I found this article (see link) where this guy got the same results and he says it's bad. http://www.dreamwarecomputers.com/reviews_2006/casebuy_psutesterlcd/index.htm Thanks in advance everyone!