|Did you benchtest the hardware to confirm everything works before installing it in the case? And this testing you've mentioned, is it being done with the hardware inside the case or outside? Troubleshooting while everything is still in the case & connected can be difficult.|
I looked up the specs & the CPU support list for your board. The FX9370 is a very high wattage CPU (rated at 220W). Do you have the 8-pin ATX12V plug connected to the board? It also needs BIOS version F3 which was just released about a month ago. Any idea which BIOS version you currently have?
If you haven't already done so, remove the board from the case & place it on a non-conductive surface. Make sure the CPU & HSF are properly installed with the correct amount of thermal paste. AMD CPUs require the middle dot method for paste application. Install just one stick of RAM, a graphics card & if the card requires a PCIe plug, make sure it's connected. Plug in a PS/2 keyboard if you have one, otherwise use USB. And connect a monitor to the video card. Nothing else should be connected.
Switch on the monitor, plug in the power supply, & since there doesn't appear to be a power button built into the board, momentarily touch a flat blade screw driver across the two pins used for the case power button. With any luck, the board will come to life & you'll be able to access the BIOS using the keyboard.