I'm pretty sure it's a RAM problem, because i had the same issue.
I was using DDR3 1066MHz , and the system never started, then I replaced it for DDR3 1333MHz, and then problem fixed, change the RAM.
Because in the technical document it says that it supports 1333MHz and 1066MHz i think.. but in ark.intel.com you will see that only 1333MHz is supported by that Motherboard,
William Galindez Arias
I am using 15v Crucial DDR3 1333 RAM and it seems to work fine.
I just went to the www.crucial.com and put in my motherboard and it gave me a list of RAM and I picked that from the list and ordered it from www.newegg.com . I have never had problems running a stock speeds with crucial RAM.