I got a new motherboard ASUS P5K-SE that is supposed to support 45nm processors. I set it up with a pair of OCZ PC2-6400 SLI memory and an E8200 and the computer will not post. The fans come on but no beeps at all. I called the shop where I got it and they are suggesting that it needs a BIOS update to support the E8200. I checked the ASUS website and the E8200 is supported as of version 0704. They are up to version 1008 so I am assuming that 0704 was released some time ago. I don't have an older processor to check this out so I will probably try to buy some old Socket 775 Celeron or something to check it and then flash the BIOS. Does this make sense? Is the symptom of an unsupported CPU that you get no beeps at all? I am kind of disappointed that the box is emblazened with "45nmm support" but isn't shipped from the factory with a BIOS that supports it. I just got the mobo 2 days ago so you would expect it to be relatively recent.