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jasonk033

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  1. I just bought a new HDD, but when I got home I realized that I left my extra power supply cables in storage at my college, which I won't be able to access until I go back this fall. I've been looking for a place to buy just a single 6 pin to SATA power connector but all the ones on Amazon look like crap and get terrible reviews and I've looked at Cablemod and EVGA's website and neither sell individual cables. If anyone could give a recommendation on a place to buy a cable that would be very helpful. My PSU is an EVGA Supernova G2 650 W fully modular. Thanks.
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    Asus ROG Z370-G gaming won't post

    Oof forgot to put reseating RAM in the things I’ve already tried section. don’t have another PSU on hand but that’s something I’m going to try to get a hold of in the next couple of days. thanks for the advice.
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    Asus ROG Z370-G gaming won't post

    Left it for ~10 mins, nothing changed. thanks though
  4. Hi everyone, Currently building my first PC, and I've run into some problems. MB: ASUS ROG Strix Z370-G gaming (wi-fi) CPU: Intel i7-8700k (Noctua NH-D9L Cooler) RAM: Team T-Force Dark 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4-3000 GC: Msi Armor Gtx 1070Ti SSD: Samsung 960 EVO M.2 SSD PSU: EVGA Supernova 650 G2 All new. So I built outside the case to try and make sure everything worked. I mounted everything and got all my cables plugged in, and then hooked up to a monitor and turned on the PSU. The RGB lights on the MB lit up, but when I went to short the power button pins no fans spun up and no post. Tried again and figured out that when I short the pins a click comes from the PSU, but still no post or spin up. Troubleshooting I've tried: 1) CPU cooler fan is in the correct header, and yes I have the extra 8 pin CPU cable in using the correct PSU cable 2) Re-seated PSU cables 3) Took each part out one by one (except for CPU and RAM) and tried after each part 4) Tried only 1 stick RAM (in the recommended slot) 5) Re-seated the CPU and the CPU cooler (Checked for bent pins, didn't see any) 6) CMOS reset 7) Different fan in the CPU cooler header Every single time its the same thing. PSU clicks, no spin up and no post. If I short the pins for 4 seconds afterwards (to "turn it off" according to MB manual) there's another PSU click, but still nothing happens. I'm worried its a fried MB or at best a bad PSU, but I have no extra components lying around to test.
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