|"when i take all RAM out there is no beep,i hooked up my audio and even put in speakers but nothing happened "|
The beeps are generated by the BIOS via the mboard. Most mboards do not have a sound device built into it. There usually must be a case speaker, or a piezo sound device, connected to the right pins on the mboard in order for you to hear mboard beeps.
It's possible but quite rare for mboard beeps to be generated only through the amplified speaker ports.
When you remove all the ram, if nothing else is wrong, you will get no video but you should hear an error patten of beeps that indicate no ram installed, or a ram problem.
E.g. for an Award bios or a bios based on one, that's often a beep of about a half second, silence for a half second, a beep of about a half second, silence for a half second, continuously.
NOTE that not all ram you might think should work is compatible with installing it in your mboard. In the worst cases of incompatibility, you mboard will not boot and you hear no mboard beeps when it's installed.
"alright so i now have it working but there is no video output..."
If your ram is incompatible you get no video; or if it isn't but it has a poor connection in it's slot you MAY get no video.
"alright so i now have it working but there is no video output...."
Did you REMOVE the AC power to the power supply when it was connected to the mboard at ALL times when you were plugging in or unplugging cards and ram and drives and wiring connections inside the case ?
If there was ANY time you didn't do that, you may have damaged something.
Are you SURE you have both the main 24 pin (or 20+4) power connector and the 4 or 8 pin power connector from the PS connected to the two sockets on the mboard, and that they are all the way down in the sockets ?
Have you made sure all cards and RAM are all the way down in their slots and that the metal bracket on the card is fastened to the case, BEFORE you booted the system ?
E.g, if the video card was not all the way down in it's slot; or if it was but the metal bracket was not fastened to the case, the card can easily move upwards in the slot when you plug in a cable into it - either thing can damage the card's circuitry easily.
If in doubt about the video card, try it with another computer that has at least a 450 watt PS.
Your video card has two 6 pin power sockets . Do you have two 6 pin connectors going directly from the power supply's built in wiring to those ?
DO NOT use a PCI-E Y cable wiring adapter - one PCI-E 6 pin to two PCI-E 6 pin - to connect the power supply to the video card's two sockets - that can't supply enough current.
If your power supply has only one 6 pin PCI-E connector (it may have a 6+2 PCI-E connector - the 2 pin part can be attached to or removed from the 6 pin part), use a molex to PCI-E 6 pin Y wiring adapter - two larger drive molex power connectors to to one PCI-E 6 pin connector for one of the two sockets on the card - that CAN supply the current required.
You video card's video chipset requires a recommended minimum 450 watt power supply or higher. If you got a different power supply than you originally had, what is it's power capacity wattage ?
What type of connection are you using to your monitor, or to the input on a TV ?
DVI, mini HDMI, or VGA via a VGA cable to a VGA to DVI gender adapter, or a VGA to DVI cable ?
If you're using a TV, the TV must be set to the proper input source, and if you also have a monitor connected to the computer, Windows usually only enables ONE display by default - you must Enable additional displays in Windows
If your monitor has more than one way it can be connected, you often can connect to it only ONE way at a time to the computer. The same MAY apply if you're connected a TV.
Your mboard has three PCI-E X16 slots. You are supposed to connect a single video card to the PCI-E X16 slot closest to the center of the mboard. Is that what it's plugged into ?
It may produce no video in either of the other two slots by default - see your mboard manual.