When first putting this case together I inadvertently change the 1T/2T/auto to 2T and ran right into the stall. Clearing the cmos following entering the dram timings manually and leaving both the 1-2T-auto and memory speed set to auto should get you going.
When looking at the screenshot here for CPUZ notice which items see each number for the 4-4-4-14 timings you would see in the product information at newegg for the memory used here as well. Once in the advanced section of the bios looking at the cpu item you highlight that and press enter on most board for the advanced timings where the correct numbers for the memory you have are entered.
The alternating or constant beeping usually points at memory if not the cpu in most bioses whether Award, Phoenix, AMI. Without any bad dimm that would sound off with an alarm if one was defective by chance. The boot process would immediately stall.