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  1. Also I have new info. The PC will not power off if I hold the power button. It will turn on with it but not off. Also if I turn it off with the psu switch and then back on it boots right away and it doesn't have the cmos in currently.
  2. So I put the 2080ti in my Intel build with the 750 psu and the geforce rtx lights up
  3. Crunchy, yea the ram modules work in my other build just fine. Yes my 1080ti has lights and they come.on in the ryzen build, but will try again. I can grab it again and try. Also I listed both psus one is a 1000w evga supernova g2 plat the other is a 750w evga Gq gold. I did remove the cmos but didnt try booting without it.
  4. @Spotty According to the manual it looks like that light just means that the power is on. Like you said I don't think the light on the GPU would matter, I was just curious mostly if it just wasn't getting enough power for some reason, but those psu's that I used have each powered systems that are of the same caliber. The 1000 watt and 750 watt both powered my i7 6700k, with a Zalman cooler, 32GB of 3400mhz trident z, a 960 samsung evo m.2 nvme ssd, and both a 1080ti and a 2080ti, with a Asus Z170 deluxe. You know all my other components already, but it has powered them all in that build if I swap them out. So power just doesn't seem to make sense to me.
  5. Anonomousity

    I Need help. I am beyond confused!

    If they did, I would hope they tested it first.
  6. Good call, It was just temporary, as I got Custom cables from cable mods, but I didn't want those to be factored in as a possibility. So I took them out. I will look in the motherboard manual to see what that light is.
  7. Anonomousity

    I Need help. I am beyond confused!

    Regardless it is just a placeholder until Ryzen 3rd gen. That's a minor issue I was having. I couldn't clock it over 2133. My main issue is I now have no video output with essentially completely rebuilding the machine.
  8. Hello everyone, I would like to start out by saying I have built quite a few machines, but this one has really been giving me a hard time. I have built AMD builds for friends before, but I decided I would do one for myself finally just for fun. However, I have had nothing but troubles with this new build. So I will list my original PC specs here, and some changes I have tried to see if I can get it to work along with the issue I have been having. Also I would like to note for each different build attempt I have used two different monitors with 2 different HDMI cables, and 2 different Display port cables each time and continue to get the same issue. I also feel I should note I was planning to use 1700x just as a place holder until I can get my hands on Ryzen 3. I also feel it is important to note that I used 1 stick of RAM from each set of RAM I tried to use, and tried it in all slots on each board in case I was going crazy. Original Build Mobo - Asus ROG Strix B350-f Gaming CPU - Ryzen 7 1700x Cpu cooler - Corsair H100i Pro 120mm liquid cooling RAM - Gskill Trident Z RGB 3000 MHZ 16 GB GPU - GTX 1080ti PSU - EVGA Supernova 1000W G2 80 plus certified platinum fully modular. SSD - M.2 Nvme Samsung 970 Case - Corsair Carbide 275R Installed everything and computer posted, and booted fine. I went into the bios and saw that the RAM would default to 2133mhz and when I tried to clock it up (and not overclock it) just simply clock it to it's speed. It wouldn't let me. So I flashed the Bios hoping that would allow me to do that. Once flashing the Bios was done it booted back up on its own. However, when it came back up I had no video. Computer would power on completely with all components running but screen just read as no signal and would go to sleep. So immediately I assumed I ruined the motherboard, and I didn't save a back up of the BIOS before flashing it (I know rookie mistake). Just in case I ran through some basic tests. I put my 1080ti in my intel build which worked fine. I tried with 1 stick of RAM, no change. So I thought to myself.... alright, screw it, and I switched some things up. Updated Build 1 Mobo - Asus ROG Strix X470-f Gaming (New) CPU - Ryzen 7 1700x Cpu cooler - Corsair H100i Pro 120mm liquid cooling RAM - Gskill Trident Z RGB 3466 MHZ 16 GB (New) GPU - GTX 1080ti PSU - EVGA Supernova 1000W G2 80 plus certified platinum fully modular. SSD - M.2 Nvme Samsung 970 Case - Corsair Carbide 275R So as you can see I swapped out the Motherboard and the RAM and I went to boot it up. No change. Still no video. So I thought to myself what could this be? I thought maybe there was an off chance that flashing the BIOS somehow broke my cpu (though I had no idea how). So I sent it in to AMD to RMA it and they sent me a new one back. I installed it and I continue to have the same issue. So at this point I try basically all brand new. Update Build 2 Mobo - Asus ROG Strix X470-f Gaming (New) CPU - Ryzen 7 1700x (New RMA From AMD) Cpu cooler - Corsair H100i Pro 120mm liquid cooling RAM - Gskill Trident Z RGB 3466 MHZ 16 GB (New) Also tried Trident Z series 32GB Z170 intel though I assumed it wouldn't work since Ryzen is picky and that was made for intel. GPU - GTX 2080 ti (Brand new out of Box) PSU - EVGA Supernova 750 W Semi Modular 80 plus certified Gold (pulled from another build) SSD - M.2 Nvme Samsung 960 (Pulled from another build) Case - Corsair Carbide 275R At this point I have swapped nearly everything and I am still having this exact same issue! Everything boots computer turns on, but no video! I tested ALL (compatible) parts in my intel build and can confirm they still work so the PSU (Both), RAM (Both), SSD (Both), GPU (Both) Only things I didn't try would obviously be Mobo, CPU, and then also my case and my cooler. I feel I should note that just in case my two test bench monitors were not working I would use my main gaming ones. Test monitor - Asus VS278Q-P 27" Test monitor 2 - Asus VS248H-P 24" Gaming Monitor - Asus ROG Swift PG348Q 34" Curved 100hz Gaming monitor 2 - Asus ROF Swift PG258Q 24.5" 240hz After this the only 2 things that have not been changed are my CPU cooler, and my Case. I just really fail to see how that could be the issue? Any guidance would be appreciated. I also did tweet Linus telling him he could name my firstborn child if he can figure this out, with no response. Slightly disappointing. But, it is only fair that I make the same offer here. I can get pictures if anyone thinks that would help.
  9. I did just notice however, and I didn't when I was at home. I think the "Geforce RTX" should be lit on the 2080ti. Maybe I will try my 1080ti again and see. Is it possible for some reason the video card isn't getting enough power? I mean the 2080ti uses two 8 pin connectors while the 1080ti uses an 8x6. But both cards worked in my other machine, and I have swapped PSU's.
  10. I guess my reply to this didn't post. I took a pic, albeit not a great one, but all I see is the orange right in the lower right hand on this board. I have the x470 installed atm.
  11. Yes the first build was in a completely different room. I know, it's crazy. I have tried different power cables too.
  12. I saw that. I didn't notice anything, but I will look quick. About to be home for lunch.
  13. Yeah, I've used other cables and I have plugged my other machines into the monitors. I know they work.
  14. No joke, this is by far the strangest issue I have ever encountered. And I work tech support for work, and have coworkers and friends who build PC's and had them all look too. They seem to think at this point I just got unlucky with mobo's. But that seems to coincidental to me.
  15. I don't think it has to do with a connection to the mobo because everything powers up and is running. Just no video. All lights come on, fans spinning on gpu, case. Everything appears as though it would if you have a perfectly functioning PC just no video signal.
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