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S2600COE will not post, do I need an Intel Power Supply?

MHayd
Beginner
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So I've just got an S2600COE with 2x Xeon E5 2620 v2 and 8x4GB ECC registered RAM.

 

But it will not get part POST, it beeps with 1-5-4-4 and 1-5-4-2 which indicate a power supply problem.

 

Problem is I've tried 3 different (working) power supplies (all rated 80 plus, with enough current) and this is the second motherboard too.

I've tried all the usual fixes, 1 stick of ram, 1 and 2 CPUs, all sticks of ram, then just 2 sticks, reset CMOS.. nothing worked, so I'm wondering do I need an Intel branded power supply, is there something missing in normal desktop type power supplies that stops it from booting?

I work with HP servers at work and have used desktop power supplies in servers before without a problem, so this really has me stymied.

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Daniel_O_Intel
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You've tried it with nothing in the PCIe slots too, I'm guessing?

What brand of chassis/power supply are you using?

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