Hello, I am posting for a friend who has just built a new PC.
He has the Gigabyte x58A-UD3R motherboard, i7 930 CPU and XFX 650W XXX PSU.
He has checked everything is set up right and connected, so he claims :P.
He cannot boot and gets 2 Flashing LED's on the motherboard which according to the manual represents the overvoltage LEDs. According to the manual, the North Bridge motherboard has a Level 1/2 overvoltage (moderate) and that it also has a high load.
What I've yielded from the net is that either it is a PSU problem (my inital thought) or a faulty board.
Any suggestions? Send the board back or PSU back? He cannot test with other components; it's his first PC and I'm elsewhere from him at the moment to help.
Just spent a few hours helping him. It's fixed now. It was all because he connected a fan to the motherboard that he should not have, actually it was shorting it. Silly small issues like that always take so long to find. Not as bad as what happened to another PC though
Sorry for posting this