Last night I was changing my cabinet so I was assembling all the stuff again to my newly bought NZXT phantom cabinet. As usual i connected all the devices which included 3 HDDs, 1 Graphic Card, 1 Sound Card, 2 DVD Drives all these thing were connected with my old cabbie and it was working just fine. Yesterday the only extra thing i connected was NZXT's external fan controller which has a separate card which needs power supply to control the fan speeds and detect the temperature.
Now when I turned on the system it gave continuous 5 short beeps and then it booted and worked fine. I removed 1 HDD and tried again but the same thing. On consulting the MB manual it suggested me the overload on the PSU. So I removed the Fan controller and connected all the fans to the Cabby's fan controller. This thing solved the beeping issue.
I still am not clear that whether it was due to that fan controller card or what? I'm using Gigabyte's 460 Watts PSU.
If this is due to PSU then I may need to buy the PSU. Please advice?
Guys got my Corsair 2GB DDR3 1333MHz RAM an hour back which I had ordered from the theitwares.com.Yet again the packaging was excellent.The Corsair cover is much better than that of the Zion one which I had bought from one of the local retailers at my place.Yet to plug it in my system.