I used to have problems with my new Asus P8H61-M LX motherboard: the keyboard wouldn't work properly, I could not boot in windows, it took 3-4 computer boots to get an image on my screen (using the basic VGA output).
I do not have a graphics card, I use the one integrated in my motherboard.
I have a new Corsair power supply which gives me 90 watt more than I need (after calculating it online). I have and Intel i3 chip and an 8 GB memory stick (switching the memory slot didn't solve the problem either) and a Western Digital 160GB HD which I tested on another computer.
After manually resetting the RTC on my motherboard, switching the CLRTC pins from 1-2 to 2-3 and putting them back to 1-2, the computer won't power up anymore (the power supply and CPU fans are static)! The green light on my motherboard is on, so I have voltage going in the board. I even tried using a different power button and wires from another computer, but still no luck! Why did it boot before and not now?
Any ideas on how I might get the computer to power on?