Hi, my pc crashed yesterday for some random reason!!! I was in the middle of a game when all of a sudden it went kaput, and died. It then went to try booting itself again and wouldnt, surprise surprise!?!?!?! So i had a fiddle around, thinking my graphics card might have crapped itself, so i grabbed my trusty old 3870, banged it in and bingo, she booted, for about 5 mins, then it randomly crashed again, and rebooted itself, with a few minor tweaks to the bios from me in reguards to minor voltage increases to ram etc to get them running at the rated factory settings, nothing serious. It should be noted however that my system was running just about everything overclocked before hand with everything tweaked up a little bit to keep up. However, thinking i had isolated the problem to my graphics card, i thought mabye as the card was overclocked via the gpu bios, i would simply run it in slot 2 behind the spare, and return it to normal bios with the wonderful RBE bios editor, however this didnt turn out as i had planned. the computer booted fine with both cards running, loaded RBE and looked around, interestingly i could see the 3870, however i couldnt see my pressumably busted 4890 sitting in slot 2. It should be noted that i had this issue once before when i was tweaking my 4890 bios, and i fixed it by reflashing the native bios back onto it and it ran fine. So, i tried different configurations, i even pinched my lovely ladies gpu, which is the same as mine to see if i could figure out what was going on, however i still couldnt see my busted card on RBE. So i figured id just leave the pc running with the 3870 until i could pick up a new graphics card, this would have been great untill last night, i went to turn on my pc and low and behold, my computer wouldnt even post, it simply turns on, lights come on, hdd's start spinning, cds cranking, my cooling comes on, all that jazz. But NO BEEP, no beeps of any kind at all. So after looking around, tinkering with things to see what i can figure out, this is what i found/tried already, unpluged all the hdds except the boot one to see if that was the problem, no boot, tried removing all the ram, and booting with 1 stick known to be working in all the slots, no boot, unplugged all non essential things and tried booting, no boot. I am leaning towards something being wrong with the power delivery to the cpu and or the motherboard. I have a nifty little power monitor in my case, and normally when i boot it comes on and uses about 230ish watts on post, then wizzes up to 300 or so on OS loading, however now its sitting at around the 110watts, leading me to think that the 130ish watts my cpu likes to eat for breakfast is missing, as i can unplug hdds and things and watch the minute drops in wattage, hence my reason to think that something around the mobo giving the cpu power mabye. I also reset cmos, removed battery thingo, will reseat cpu tomorrow, but im doubtful its that, as the cpu is prettymuch bolted onto motherboard. Also tried telling computer how much i loved it, and how beautiful it was, didnt work.....thought it was worth a try ANY hints, idead and things to test would be Greatly Appreciated. Oh i am going to test the cpu in another computer tomorrow, to eliminate that issue, so thats got that covered, however anything else anyone can think of would be great!!!!!!!