You might want to make sure the Clear CMOS jumper is set to the correct pins, and make sure you don't have any shorts in the system (e.g., make sure there are no loose screws, and make sure you don't have any stray motherboard standoffs touching the back of the board where there aren't any screw holes).
Also, some motherboards require you to plug in multiple power connectors, not just the 20- or 24-pin main power connector.
Also the fan of the powersupply isn't working, I tried two different PSU's and bothe are new, so the change of 2 doa's is minimal.
Some power supplies require you to plug the power supply's fan into the motherboard. Double-check whether your power supply powers its own fan, or if it requires you to plug a 3- or 4-prong connector into one of the fan headers on the motherboard. You can perform a simple power supply test by using a paper clip to short the green wire with one of the black wires in the main (20- or 24-pin) power connector. If the fan runs, something is goofy with your motherboard. If the fan doesn't run, you should use a voltmeter or multimeter to confirm that the power supply is, indeed, producing the correct voltages on the power connectors.